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Star Wars Episode 5: The Empire Strikes Back - Breathing Droid
During the scene where the Milenium Falcon was attached to the back of the Star Destroyer, they show an inside-the-cockpit view of the Falcon in which we see Han, Leia, and C-3PO discussing there options. C-3PO is complaining as usual, and then Leia shuts him off. If you look closely, you can see the shut-down C-3PO breathing during the entire scene that Leia and Han interact. (I never noticed this on the television before, it wasn't until I saw the Special Edition in the theater)
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avoidant on 11-17-1999
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Phreak writes:
Of course C3P0 is a person in a costume, but he is not SUPPOSED to be; he is supposed to be a droid, and therefore, should play the part and NOT BREATHE. The poster of this slip-up realized that he is a person, but he is playing a droid. This is a good slip.
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Larman writes:
Also, with the Falcon vertical, he should have slumped the other way.
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Duo God of Death writes:
If you didn't notice already C3PO isn't really a robot, he's a dude in a costume, and people need to breath.
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