As any Star Wars fan worth his salt knows, James Earl Jones provided the legendary voice for one of the most memorable villains of all time. However, he wasn’t the one in the actual suit. In fact, David Prowse, the man who wore the armor, actually recorded all the lines of dialogue for the character, which were later dubbed over. If you were ever curious what the original tracks sounded like, wonder no longer, courtesy of YouTube and the documentary. “Empire of Dreams.” Let’s just say, it would’ve been a very different movie sans Jones.
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