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A video of “Stars Wars” bloopers has gone viral after it was shown at the San Diego Comic-Con. Photo by: YouTube

Hans Solo as you’ve never seen before ‘Star Wars’ bloopers reel goes viral (VIDEO)

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A video of “Stars Wars” bloopers has gone viral after it was shown at the San Diego Comic-Con. Photo by: YouTube

A video of “Stars Wars” bloopers has gone viral after it was shown at the San Diego Comic-Con.

The video was found by author J. W. Rinzler who was doing researching in the Lucasfilm archives for his book, “The Making of Star Wars (Enhanced Edition).”

The partially silent video shows fumbled lines and prop malfunction among other bloopers done during the making of the 1977 classic film. A couple highlights of the video include Luke Skywalker's (Mark Hamill) landrover loses its wheel covering while he’s driving and Governor Tarkin (Peter Cushing) messes up his line opposite Princess Leia (Carrie Fisher).

Lawrence Kasdan, who wrote the script for “Empire Strikes Back” and “Return of the Jedi” will take over for “Toy Story 3” writer Michael Arndt and co-write “Star Wars 7” with director J. J. Abrams.

Watch the video here:

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