10 More Times Star Wars Filmed Things You Weren't Meant To See

Did you catch Anakin's strange Mustafar hand/glove moment?

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Ever since the first epic adventure blasted off into theatres around the world all the way back in 1977, Star Wars has been finding creative ways to leave audiences absolutely stunned by the action going down on-screen.

However, for every utterly astonishing use of practical effects and digital wizardly that resulted in a fan of this galaxy far, far away truly believing the worlds of Tatooine and Coruscant must surely exist out there in the universe, there was another moment that hilariously reminded them this was all shot very much on our own planet.

Admittedly, most of said beats of accidental illusion shattering are so brief and easily missed, that many haven't actually clocked their existence in some of Star Wars' big and small-screen adventures.

Yet, once you spot them, it's just about impossible to ever unsee the moments George Lucas and the rest of the minds behind this galaxy definitely didn't mean for you to notice.

So, from plugged-in royal dresses, to extras accidentally stealing the spotlight, these are some more of those times Star Wars unintentionally captured a few bizarre things on camera.

10. Anakin Skywalker's Hand Is Briefly Fleshy - Episode III: Revenge Of The Sith

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'The Chosen One' infamously lost his right arm during his battle with Count Dooku during the events of Attack of the Clones. This eventually results in Anakin Skywalker having a cybernetic arm installed before the film reaches its end, and the Jedi Knight would then go on to largely wear a glove over his robotic limb throughout Revenge of the Sith.

Unlike his son's eventual cybernetic replacement limb that would be installed at the end of The Empire Strikes Back, though, Anakin's arm doesn't boast the synthetic skin used to make these fake limbs feel a little more realistic.

Which is what makes a moment when a recently turned Skywalker arrives on Mustafar rather odd when looking a little closer.

After a now-Darth Vader tells R2-D2 to stay with the ship in Episode III, zone in on his hands as he lifts his hood over his head. Not only is Skywalker not boasting his usual right-hand glove to cover his robo-arm, but Hayden Christensen's digitally unaltered mitt can also be clearly spotted.

And with his trademark glove being very much present in the subsequent massacring of the Separatist leaders, it definitely feels like this was little more than a blink-and-you'll-miss-it error Lucas was hoping no one would notice.

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