Star Wars exhibition makes final stop at ArtScience Museum

Frank Oz brought Yoda to life not only with his puppetry but also with his unforgettable voice. ST PHOTO: TIMOTHY DAVID
This model helped to visualise a younger and slimmer version of Jabba the Hutt who would be needed to preside over the Boonta Eve Podrace. ST PHOTO: TIMOTHY DAVID
The costume worn by David Prowse as Darth Vader. ST PHOTO: TIMOTHY DAVID
The signature vessel of the Imperial fleet, the Star Destroyer was first seen chasing Princess Leia’s Blockade Runner at the beginning of Star Wars. ST PHOTO: TIMOTHY DAVID
The costume worn by Peter Mayhew as Chewbacca the Wookiee. ST PHOTO: TIMOTHY DAVID
The costume worn by Anthony Daniels as C-3PO, the most famous of the protocol droids. ST PHOTO: TIMOTHY DAVID
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SINGAPORE - Darth Vader's imposing outfit, Princess Leia's famous bikini and Jabba the Hutt's remote-controlled eyes are just some of the original costumes and props on display at Star Wars: Identities.

The show, which features about 200 artefacts from the blockbuster space opera franchise, opens at the ArtScience Museum on Saturday (Jan 30).

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