Just how did George Lucas come up With such brilliant ideas for Star Wars? What are the true origins of Star Wars? Not any people know that Star Wars isn’t the product Of George Lucas’ own imagination. As a matter of fact, George Lucas actually got most of his ideas and concepts from the movies and literary works that were present during his day. Who can forget the light saber duels of Obi-Wan Kenton and Dearth Evader in the halls of the Death Star? Or the epic clash between Jed and battle droid’s in the coliseum of Sessions!Order now
No person who ever watched a single Star Wars movie can ever forget the glorious Jed, keepers of peace and defenders of justice through out the galaxy! And of course one cannot forget the Seed’s favored weapon, laser words that have become one tooth signature weapons in the Star Wars saga, the light saber! Though all these terms, Seeds and light sabers, seem a bit futuristic or out of this world, their origins are actually quite oriental. George Lucas actually based the plot Star Wars: A New Hope on Kara Scrofula’s The Hidden Fortress, a Samurai movie that was released in the ass.
The Hidden Fortress is about two peasants who escort a man and a woman out of enemy lines only to discover that the people they are escorting are actually a princess and a general of a defeated kingdom. Now where do space police and laser words fit in all this you ask? It would seem that since George Lucas borrowed the plot of The Hidden Fortress, the Jed are some vague portrayal of an intergalactic samurai. If one paid close attention to detail, one would discover the striking resemblances between a Jed Knight and a Japanese Samurai.
From their philosophies to the way they do battle to the way the dress, the powerful Jed Knights Of the Star Wars galaxy have clear parallelisms With our galaxy’s Samurai. Examples of these parallelisms are the robes that the Jed used are quite similar to the robes that the Samurai used, another one is the Japanese Tanta that the Samurai used in battle and the Light Saber that the Jed used to keep the peace. George Lucas also borrowed ideas from other samurai movies such as Sandbur and Yogi both by Kara Sarasota.
Apart from having Asian origins, Star Wars also has Western background. One of the earliest science fiction graphic novels known to man is Flash Gordon, It’s clear why George Lucas took some to Flash Cordon’s concepts and applied it with his own films, Flash Gordon however, also borrowed it’s concepts with an even earlier sic-if comic_ strip: Buck Rogers. One to the clearest similarities teens Star Wars and Hash Gordon is the signature “roll-up” that is present in the start of every Star Wars movie.
One less noticeable similarity is the “vocabulary” of Hash Gordon (which was also taken from Buck Rogers). Since Flash Gordon and Buck Rogers were the only ones that mentioned of futuristic space travel and intergalactic battles, George Lucas based the vocabulary of Star Wars on these two science fiction works of his time. The technology and the gadgets Of Plash Gordon and Buck Rogers were also Of great influence to the Star Wars Saga. J. R. R. Toolkit’s The Lord of the Rings is another western literary ark that is speculated to be a contributor to the concepts Of Star Wars.
The parallelisms of the Obi-Wan Kenton and Gangland, Emperor Palatine and Sharon, Dearth Evader and The Witch King Of Gamma are some Of the few similarities Of J. R. R. Toolkit’s novel with the Star Wars Saga. Not so long ago, in a galaxy a little closer to home, George Lucas used both Asian and Western films and literary works to create one of the greatest movie sagas of all time, He combined the best of both worlds to give birth to an entire new universe. That universe still captures the minds and imaginations of adults and children alike up to this day.