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In A New Hope, as this video points out, the cockpit of the Millennium Falcon has 4 windows on the very front (not counting the round center one) when seen from the exterior, but only 3 when seen from the interior. outside view inside view My question is was this always the case, of was it ever fixed in a subsequent film? Essentially, which Star Wars films perpetuated this mistake and which have corrected it (if any)?


I prefer answers have checked each film in which the Falcon's interior and exterior cockpit is seen. In other words, don't just say, "well I haven't check any others films, but I just noticed that the Falcon in movie ___ has corrected it". Thanks.

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    How do you know that mullion isn't made of one-way glass/steel (or whatever material ships' cockpits are made of)? – ThePopMachine Feb 23 '18 at 6:18
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    Shouldn't the research be done in the question? As opposed to asking questions like "Hey I noticed this thing, I know exactly how to answer it but I'm not interested in doing the work, can someone do the work for me?" – Edlothiad Feb 23 '18 at 6:25
  • @Edlothiad - I don’t own the digital copies of the Star Wars OT. Also, questions like “how many times has kenobi lied?” get a pass but a simple question like mine gets downvoted? [plays sad harmonica solo] – RedCaio Feb 24 '18 at 7:10
  • @RedCaio yours is probably getting down votes 'cause fanboys – motoDrizzt Feb 24 '18 at 8:10
  • @RedCaio Take that up with other users, I don't like those question either. I didn't have to open a single digital file of the film. I typed your question into google, opened one of the first links and all the link were provided there for me. – Edlothiad Feb 24 '18 at 9:34
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The mistake was corrected from the interior in later films

Episode 5

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Episode 6

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Episode 7

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Episode 8

I don't currently have access to data, but it almost certainly is fixed.

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