Can You Guess the Star Wars Character From an Iconic Line of Dialogue?

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Jane Andrews

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Welcome, young Padawan! Are you ready to travel to a galaxy far, far away? One of the most successful film series in history, the Star Wars movies have become an indelible part of American pop culture ever since the first film, "Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope" was released in 1977.

Since then, sequels, prequels and spin-offs have helped shape modern sci-fi cinema, and phrases such as "May the force be with you" and "I've got a bad feeling about this" have been adopted into the country’s lexicon. The Star Wars cast of characters, from the original trilogy mainstays to the galaxy’s latest additions, continue to enthrall and entertain us, and will no doubt remain a part of the pop culture landscape for years and years to come.

How well do you know your Star Wars quotes and characters? Are you the biggest sci-fi buff in the galaxy? This quiz will determine your level of knowledge when it comes to Star Wars dialogue. It includes famous phrases from all the films and will test your ability to accurately guess who said what. If you think you’re up for the task, get ready to channel the Force and answer all of the questions below!


Which famous villain says, "I find your lack of faith disturbing"?

Darth Vader does not tolerate back talk. In "Episode IV: A New Hope," he utters these words to a dubious Imperial admiral who questions the power of the Force. Vader proves the admiral wrong by strangling him with a Force chokehold.

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Can you name the Jedi Master who tells his pupil, "You must unlearn what you have learned"?

Becoming a Jedi is tough work. In "Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back," Yoda gives these instructions to a frustrated Luke Skywalker while training him on the swampy planet of Dagobah.

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"Help me Obi-Wan Kenobi, you're my only hope." Do you know which character makes this famous plea?

One of the most quoted lines from "Episode IV: A New Hope," Princess Leia records this message and stores it in R2-D2 before being captured by Imperial forces. When her call for help is accidentally discovered by Luke Skywalker, the rest is Star Wars history.

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"The Force will be with you. Always." Who says this famous line?

These wise words are given to Luke Skywalker by Obi-Wan Kenobi in "Episode IV: A New Hope." It's the last exchange between the two iconic characters before Obi-Wan is defeated by Darth Vader.

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Do you know which well-known character quips, "Aren't you a little short for a stormtrooper"?

While she may not be a Jedi, Princess Leia is a master when it comes to witty banter. Before Luke Skywalker reveals himself as her rescuer-in-disguise, she delivers this wisecrack in "Episode IV: A New Hope." It's the first meeting between these two iconic characters.

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Can you name the character who says, "The ability to speak does not make you intelligent"?

As Qui-Gon Jinn, Liam Neeson does not suffer fools gladly. He makes this smart remark to the bumbling Jar Jar Binks in "Episode I: The Phantom Menace." This is the only Star Wars Liam Neeson has appeared in to date; however, he has lent his voice to the animated TV show "Star Wars: The Clone Wars."

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Who makes the oft-quoted claim, "It's the ship that made the Kessel Run in less than twelve parsecs"?

This is Han Solo boasting about the Millennium Falcon's capabilities to Obi-Wan Kenobi in "Episode IV: A New Hope." The Kessel Run is one of the most hazardous smuggling routes in the galaxy.

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Which evil overlord says, "Use your aggressive feelings, boy. Let the hate flow through you"?

Emperor Palpatine tries to lure Luke Skywalker to the dark side with these words in "Episode VI: Return of the Jedi." Played by Ian McDiarmid, the Emperor also appears in "Episode I: The Phantom Menace," "Episode II: Attack of the Clones" and "Episode III: Revenge of the Sith."

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Which veteran commander famously yells, "It's a trap!"?

This iconic exclamation is made by Admiral Ackbar in "Episode VI: Return of the Jedi." It's become a wildly popular catchphrase and has spawned countless memes, gifs and non-internet jokes since it was first heard in 1983.

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"Oh my! What have you done? I'm backwards, you flea-bitten furball!" Which freaked-out character says this line?

It's not easy being a droid. In "Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back", a horrified C-3PO scolds Chewbacca with this line when he realizes he's been incorrectly reassembled and his head is facing the wrong way.

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Name the character who says, "You have your moments. Not many of them, but you do have them."

This one is for the Leia/Han shippers. Princess Leia gives Han Solo this cute, backhanded compliment in "Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back." She follows it with a sweet kiss on the cheek.

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Do you know who says, "Sometimes we must let go of our pride and do what is requested of us"?

Anakin Skywalker shares this pearl of wisdom with Padme Amidala in "Episode II: Attack of the Clones." Released in 2002, "Attack of the Clones" is the second-longest of all the Star Wars films behind "Episode VII: The Force Awakens."

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"Be mindful of your thoughts, Anakin. They will betray you." Which concerned Jedi says this to his pupil?

Love is in the galaxy air. Obi-Wan Kenobi gives this advice to a smitten Anakin Skywalker in "Episode II: Attack of the Clones."

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Can you name the Galactic Council member who says, "So this is how liberty dies... with thunderous applause"?

She's got a bad feeling about this. In "Episode III: Revenge of Sith," Senator Padme Amidala makes this remark in response to Supreme Chancellor Palpatine’s Declaration of a New Order.

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Who cautions C-3PO with the line, "Never tell me the odds"?

Upon hearing the very low odds of successfully navigating an asteroid field, Han Solo snaps back with this famous line from "Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back." Luckily, the gang made it, despite C-3PO's information.

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Who greets his old buddy by saying, "How you doin’, ya old pirate? So good to see ya"?

These are Lando Calrissian’s welcoming words to Han Solo when they reunite in "Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back." It marks the first appearance of Lando, who goes on to help to the Rebel Alliance in "Episode VI: Return of the Jedi."

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Do you know which elderly character says, "When nine hundred years old you reach, look as good you will not"?

Feeling his age, Yoda says this to Luke Skywalker in "Episode VI: Return of the Jedi." The character of Yoda is voiced by Frank Oz, the well-known Puppeteer who's also given life to iconic Muppet characters such as Miss Piggy and Fozzie Bear.

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Which Force-sensitive character says, "Close your eyes. Feel it. The light... it's always been there. It will guide you"?

In "Episode VII: The Force Awakens," these are Maz Kanata’s wise words to Rey about the Force. Voiced and performed through motion capture by actress Lupita Nyong'o, this character claims to be more than 1,000 years old.

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Who says, "I'm rather embarrassed, General Solo, but it appears that you are to be the main course at a banquet in my honor"?

This nervous statement comes from C-3PO in "Episode VI: Return of the Jedi," who realizes the Ewoks have mistaken him for a God. When Luke Skywalker uses the Force to frighten the furry creatures, they release Han Solo and the rest of the gang.

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"Just for once, let me look on you with my own eyes." This line is uttered by which famous character?

Wanting to see his son without being obstructed by his helmet, a dying Darth Vader says this to Luke Skywalker in "Episode VI: Return of the Jedi." The helmet-less version of Vader was portrayed by actor Sebastian Shaw. It was the only appearance he made in the "Star Wars" film franchise.

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"Why, you stuck-up, half-witted, scruffy-looking nerf herder!" Can you name the character who hurls this insult?

This is just one of the many clever jabs Princess Leia hurls at Han Solo in "Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back." Nerfs are a species of hairy, antlered animals that exist throughout the galaxy.

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Can you name the character who famously says, "There's always a bigger fish"?

As Qui-Gon Jinn, Liam Neeson delivers this witty line in "Episode I: The Phantom Menace." Released in 1999, "The Phantom Menace" was the first of the highly anticipated prequel films.

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Do you know which character makes the comment, "Sir, it's quite possible this asteroid is not entirely stable"?

Han Solo has no patience for this not-too-astute statement made by C-3PO in "Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back." He responds with a line of dialogue that's equally as famous: "Not entirely stable? I'm glad you're here to tell us these things. Chewie, take the Professor in back and plug him into the hyperdrive!"

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Which Imperial leader says, "You have controlled your fear. Now, release your anger. Only your hatred can destroy me"?

Coaxing him to turn to the dark side, Darth Vader says this to Luke Skywalker during a light saber duel in "Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back." The dare works, to some extent, as Luke angrily overpowers Vader and pushes him off a landing.

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Can you name the character who slyly says, "Bargain rather than fight? He's no Jedi"?

Bib Fortuna, Jabba the Hutt’s right-hand man, says this of Luke Skywalker in "Episode VI: Return of the Jedi." Bib is a member of the Twi'lek species, who are notable for the long, worm-like appendages that come out of their heads.

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Which beloved character says, "Chewy, we're home"?

Nostalgia alert! Han Solo says this when he finds himself back on the Millennium Falcon in the 2015 film "Episode VII: The Force Awakens." Harrison Ford made his first appearance as Han Solo 38 years earlier in "Episode IV: A New Hope."

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"Now, young Skywalker, you will die." Which evil-to-the-core villain says this to Luke?

In "Episode VI: Return of the Jedi," the evil Emperor Palpatine says this to Luke Skywalker as he tortures him with Force lightning. Luckily, Darth Vader finally sees the light and defiantly saves his son.

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Identify which mother uttered this phrase to her son: "You can't stop the change, any more than you can stop the suns from setting."

Shmi Skywalker utters this sage phrase to her young son Anakin as he leaves for Jedi training in "Episode I: The Phantom Menace." It's a touching moment and marks the last time the two characters see each other.

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"You serve your master well. And you will be rewarded." Can you name the character who says this?

As part of a Jedi mind trick, Luke Skywalker says this to Bib Fortuna in "Episode VI: Return of the Jedi." While Bib is tricked by Luke initially, he snaps out of Jedi mind control when Jabba the Hutt admonishes him for being a "weak-minded fool."

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"I've been waiting for you, Obi-Wan. We meet again, at last." Which villain uttered this ominous line?

Darth Vader says this to Obi-Wan Kenobi when they reunite in "Episode IV: A New Hope." He follows the famous line by saying: "The circle is now complete. When I left you, I was but the learner. Now, I am the master.".

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Which overjoyed character exclaimed, "Oh, my dear friend. How I've missed you"?

This is C-3PO's gleeful response when R2-D2 finally wakes up in "Episode VII: The Force Awakens." The two droids have appeared in all of the Star Wars films, as well as a number of spin-offs.

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"Crazy thing is, it's true. The Force, the Jedi. All of it. It's all true." Do you know which beloved hero said this?

An older, wiser Han Solo says this to Rey and Finn in "Episode VII: The Force Awakens." Harrison Ford was 73 years old when he reprised his role as Han in the highly anticipated 2015 sequel.

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Which wise Jedi Master said, "Fear is the path to the dark side. Fear leads to anger. Anger leads to hate. Hate leads to suffering"?

Yoda says this to a young Anakin Skywalker in "Episode I: The Phantom Menace." Sensing "great fear" in the boy, Yoda is reluctant to allow him to train as a Jedi and expresses his concerns in front of the Jedi Council.

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Do you know who angrily said, "Your son is gone. He was weak and foolish like his father, so I destroyed him"?

Upon removing his mask, Kylo Ren says this to Han Solo in "Episode VII: The Force Awakens." Han replies, "That's what Snoke wants you to believe, but it's not true. My son is alive."

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Who uttered the iconic phrase, "No. I am your father"?

Spoiler alert! Darth Vader delivered this famous line — and the twist to end all movie twists — to Luke Skywalker in "Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back." Often misquoted as "Luke, I am your father," it's one of the most celebrated lines of "Star Wars" dialogue.

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