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From Alderaan to yoohoo: Whole 'Star Wars' dialogue alphabetized

Tom Murphy VII took every English word spoken in "Star Wars: A New Hope" and alphabetized them. Because why not?

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It doesn't look like Vader's just there to discuss. Video screenshot by Anthony Domanico/CNET

"Star Wars" is one of the (if not the) best science fiction franchises ever, and has billions of fans around the globe. Sometimes these fans do some pretty weird and wonderful things, like this video from Tom Murphy VII where he took every English word spoken in "Star Wars: A New Hope" and alphabetized them. The result is a 43-minute video that's pretty cool but a bit dizzying to watch.

Murphy compiled the lists by hand and ran them through a computer algorithm to create the final product. Some interesting facts he noted is that the word "lightsaber" is only mentioned once in the film, and there were a whopping four 14-letter words spoken. The movie features 1,695 unique words, and there are a total of 11,684 total words spoken.

(Via The Creators Project)