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The Phantom Menace

Various info about the film
.  Impressed by his strong charisma, Lucas hired Liam Neeson. Little did he realise then that the actor would later cost the studio $150 000 as the sets had to be built higher just for him (the sets are only built to the height of the actors and he is very, very tall - following the saga tradition set by David Prowse and Peter Mayhew!)
.  With the music of Episode 1, John Williams introduces choral pieces to the music of Star Wars. Also, there are echoes of Vader's theme in Anakin's.
.  The Phantom Menace is the film which features by far the most CG shots at present (1999).
.  If you look carefully when Qui-Gon speaks with Watto after the podrace has ended, you will spot one of Darth Maul's Sith spy probe flying behind them. There are some ETs at the bottom right of the screen during the Senate scene. There is also a surprise at the end of the credits.
.  The film was shot in Tunisia, Italy and England. About sixty sets were built for the production.
.  The actor Silas Carson plays three characters in Episode 1: the Jedi Ki-Adi-Mundi (the one sitting next to Yoda who has an incredibly long head), the Neimoidian Nute Gunray and the pilot who brings Obi-Wan and Qui-Gon to the Federation ship at the beginning of the film.
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