Some Guy Alphabetized Every English Word In The Original 'Star Wars'

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Some Guy Alphabetized Every English Word In The Original 'Star Wars'

by Wochit 0:41 mins

Some Guy Alphabetized Every English Word In The Original 'Star Wars'

by Wochit 0:41 mins

May the force be alphabetized. ASTR ARSW, the alphabetization of the every English word in the original Star Wars film, is the work of Tom Murphy VII . D. in computer science, a love for the film and a lot of time on his hands. Murphy split, alphabetized and labeled every single English word in the original Star Wars film using software he specifically designed for the project. The clip runs a total of 43 minutes, but out of the 1,695 different words that Murphy compiled, the word lightsaber only appears once.

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