"No, I am your father."
Darth Vader’s revelation to Luke Skywalker in 1980’s “The Empire Strikes Back” is one of the most famous lines in movie history. It’s also one of the most misquoted. When the subject of “Star Wars” comes up, many casual fans like to trot out the line “Luke, I am your father.” Die hard fans of a galaxy far, far away know that Vader doesn't say it exactly like that.
But what does that famous quote sound like in other languages? Does the Sith Lord’s Cloud City confession carry the same weight in Spanish as it does in English? What does Vader sound like in German or Japanese?
We now know the answers to those questions thanks to a handy video compilation featuring Darth Vader’s famed line in multiple languages. We're particularly fond of the grim German delivery and the inexplicably calm Hebrew line reading.
The fact that "The Empire Strikes Back" has been translated and dubbed into so many languages speaks to the popularity of "Star Wars." Vader's line is just asRead More »from VIDEO: Watch Darth Vader tell Luke ‘I am your father’ in multiple languages