Pants who actor Mark Hamill, who revived the character of Luke Skywalker, wearing in the first movie “Star Wars” sold for $36,100 according to the Nate D Sanders Auctioneer. Young Jedi Luke Skywalker wore regular “Levis” sand color throughout the film in 1977 directed by George Lucas.
Pants were estimated at $70,000 to $100,000, and the auctioneer Nate D. Sender called them “one of those rare movie experiences which most people remember all your life.” Thirteen people competed for Jedi pants.
The original film launched the career of a young Harrison Ford, and soon followed as effective “Empire Strikes Back” (1980) and “Return of the Jedi” (1983). After the cult trilogy, Lucas is in the late nineties decided to revive the franchise and to record the first three parts, which will be explained the rise of one of the greatest movie villains Darth Vader.
The new film, however, did not repeat the success of previous years, but they did well financially, most likely due to the fact that people flocked to the theaters again, wanting to see the buzz light sabers.
After the “Disney” buy “Lukas film” for four billion dollars, soon came the announcement that there will be a revival of the series, and that behind the camera will be JJ Abrams. “Episode 7” will appear in theaters in 2015, and the media speculated that Ford, Hamill and Carrie Fisher might be reprising its roles.