Star Wars: Minute Yoda Details That Demand Re-watch

The Star Wars franchise is a worldwide pop-culture phenomenon that millions of people love. It became such a hit that it is now expanded to TV series, video games, novels, comics, etc. Every film has an amazing storyline, characters, and details we cannot notice while watching them. One such character is “Yoda” or you can say “Jedi Master“. He is a small green humanoid alien. He is very powerful with the Force and served as Grandmaster of the Jedi Order. Even though Yoda is no more, his craze among the Yoda fans is still alive. Fans have picked many details of him over the years. They are so amazing that you’ll want to rewatch them! So, here’s a list of minute details of Yoda noticed by fans that you will want to rewatch the movies. Check it out! Also, let us know in the comments if you noticed any details of him that were not aware of!

1. Some Malfunctioning Eye Controls Made Yoda’s Death Look More Realistic

Photo: Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi / 20th Century Fox
Photo: Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi / 20th Century Fox

2. When Yoda Burns The Tree In ‘Last Jedi’, It Takes The Shape Of The Jedi Order

Photo: Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures / Reddit
Photo: Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures / Reddit

3. Yoda’s Dialogue With With Luke Revealed How He Felt About Rey In The ‘Last Jedi’

Photo: Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures / Reddit
Photo: Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures / Reddit

4. George Lucas Envisioned Yoda As The Hybridization Of Both Kermit The Frog And Miss Piggy

Photo: Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back / 20th Century Fox
Photo: Star Wars: Episode V – The Empire Strikes Back / 20th Century Fox

5. In ‘Empire’ And ‘Last Jedi’, They’ve Framed Yoda And Luke In The Same Manner In Both The Films

Photo: 20th Century Fox / 20th Century Fox / Reddit
Photo: 20th Century Fox / 20th Century Fox / Reddit

6. In ‘Attack Of The Clones’, As Yoda Talks About Anakin, The Imperial March Plays In The Background

Photo: Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones / 20th Century Fox
Photo: Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones / 20th Century Fox

7. In ‘Phantom Menace’, The Wide-Shot of Yoda Walking Wasn’t Achieved By CGI Or Puppeteering, But By Having A Little Person Walking In Yoda’s Costume

Photo: Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace / 20th Century Fox
Photo: Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace / 20th Century Fox

8. In ‘Revenge Of The Sith’ The Lightning Effects On Yoda Are Hand-drawn To Mimic The Work Originally Done In ‘Return Of The Jedi’

Photo: Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith / 20th Century Fox
Photo: Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith / 20th Century Fox

9. In ‘Phantom Menace’, During A Senate Meeting, E.T. Aliens Make A Cameo Because Luke Promised Spielberg To Include Them In The Next Star Wars After Yoda Was In E.T.

Photo: Universal Pictures / 20th Century Fox / Reddit
Photo: Universal Pictures / 20th Century Fox / Reddit
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Sukanya Kumar Vasisht

I can never get myself to like any one of them more than the other: MCU or DC, that's why I put my love into both Universes. On that note, here I am, a Digital Marketer learning more about superheroes, and other celebrities in Hollywood.

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