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Star Wars little known facts - Page 37 of 42 - Kiwi Report

Star Wars little known facts


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[post_page_title]Body Count[/post_page_title]
While there’s no doubt Star Wars movies are family friendly, they still have their fair share of deaths. It should come as no surprise that Revenge of the Sith, the darkest installment, has the most deaths with 115 on screen. Empire Strikes Back contains the least with just 30.
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