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8 Classic Photos Of Carrie Fisher Promoting “Return Of The Jedi” In 1983

You might be aware of the metal "Slave Leia" bikini even if you are not into Star Wars. In 1983, in the "Return Of The Jedi," Carrie Fisher brought it into the light. While the actress was promoting the movie with the Rolling Stone magazine beach shoot, the outfit got a considerable attention. Have a look at these vintage photos of  Carrie Fisher promoting  "Return Of The Jedi."

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8 Classic Photos Of Carrie Fisher Promoting 'Return Of The Jedi' In 1983

8 Classic Photos Of Carrie Fisher Promoting 'Return Of The Jedi' In 1983

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The costume was introduced because...

The costume was introduced because...

...Carrie Fisher complained that the costumes she wore in A New Hope and The Empire Strikes Back were boring.

Aggie Guerard Rodgers and Nilo Rodis-Jamero created the costume.

Aggie Guerard Rodgers and Nilo Rodis-Jamero created the costume.

And they constructed with the help from Industrial Light and Magic.

They gave the assignment of making the mold of Fisher's torso to someone else, because the mold maker who was assigned the task got very excited.

They gave the assignment of making the mold of Fisher's torso to someone else, because the mold maker who was assigned  the task got very excited.

The tonned body.

The tonned body.

Before filming she was shown the concept design which frightened her to increase her exercise routine to tone her body for a shoot.

To ensure that Fisher's breasts hadn't fallen out after each take, a wardrobe assistant had to check it and make sure.

To ensure that Fisher's breasts hadn't fallen out after each take, a  wardrobe assistant had to check it and make sure.

The costume was actually worn by two people in the cast..

The costume was actually worn by two people in the cast..

..actress Carrie Fisher and her stuntwoman Tracy Eddon.

The costume was inspired by fantasy artist Frank Frazetta's artwork, Egyptian Queen.

The costume was inspired by fantasy artist Frank Frazetta's artwork, Egyptian Queen.

The metal version was so inflexible that the "wardrobe malfunctions" were a common occurrence.

The metal version was so inflexible that the "wardrobe malfunctions" were a common occurrence.

And so several scenes have to be reshot because of the accidental exposure.

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