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Easter egg: When you insert any of the 6 movie DVDs in the Star Wars saga, once the FBI screen pops up (red in Episodes I, II, IV, V, VI; and blue in Episode III), enter a number between 1 and 3 (and press Enter if needed). Once the Star Wars logo and the Episode number disappears, a menu with the planet that you chose (and not what the DVD randomly chooses) will load.

Easter egg: In all the Star Wars movie discs, and the bonus materials discs with them, when the red screen with the big word "Attention" appears after the FBI screen, you can actually disable all the menu transitions by pressing 1 (and if needed, Enter) when it comes up.

Easter egg: On the 4th Bonus disc of the Star Wars Trilogy DVD set select the "VIDEO GAMES AND STILL GALLERIES" option. Type in 11 ENTER, 3 ENTER, 8 ENTER. A yellow box will appear behind R2-D2, Select it to watch DVD credits with Bloopers/Outtakes.

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Other mistake: Before Uncle Owen yells for Luke, if you look very closely, a fly can be seen on the lens (best seen on the special edition release). The fly was removed in the 2019 release.

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Trivia: On its initial release, the film was booked in just 37 theaters. It ended up breaking 36 house records.

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Answer: It is heavily implied that one who becomes a Force-Ghost achieves an untold level of power upon entering the state. Given that they have become a pure entity of the Force, it seems to back up the statement. Obi-Wan also becomes free to assist Luke in any case.

Darius Angel

In addition to this answer, I think Obi-wan also became powerful because he "let go." He did not feel a need to defeat Vader on this occasion - he was willing to surrender the fight and "move on" to a new state. Something that Vader might not currently understand.

Answer: I agree with Darius Angel's comment. I also think Vader expected a certain sense of satisfaction after defeating his former master. In reality, though, he was still "owned" by the Emperor and was living with the consequences of his choices. Defeating Obi-wan did not change much for him. Obi-wan, however, gained the benefits that Darius Angel mentioned.

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