Vader quotes:

  • To me, Darth Vader is the epitome of evil. -- Manu Bennett
  • I'm a huge Star Wars fan. I lost my Darth Vader watch. -- Rhona Mitra
  • Star Wars was magnificent, but you could tell Darth Vader's ships were glued together. -- Gary Coleman
  • I loved Luke Skywalker and I loved Darth Vader and I loved watching them work it out. -- David Fincher
  • A long time ago, in a country not so far away, I was eight years old, doing my best Darth Vader imitation. -- Hayden Christensen
  • The attraction, and my particular participation is in being able to communicate with my fans, answer their questions, get a feel for how they respond to Vader. -- David Prowse
  • I'm a big fan of 'Star Wars.' Some of the most iconic characters of 'Star Wars,' we didn't see their faces but to this day you can say Jabba the Hutt or Darth Vader and people know what you mean around the world. -- Laz Alonso
  • It's Star Wars golf. This place was designed by Darth Vader. -- Ben Crenshaw
  • Hey, Vader, keep your Jedi mind tricks to yourself. That hurt! (Jesse) -- Sherrilyn Kenyon
  • That furniture cost me a fortune! It's designer furniture." "Designed by whom ? Darth Vader ? The Hitler Youth ? -- Jennifer Crusie
  • Was it like this? (Jesse) (Jesse made an inhuman ghost noise.) That sounds like Darth Vader choking on a chicken bone. (Gloria) -- Sherrilyn Kenyon
  • I stood and walked around the desk so I could stand over him. Menacingly. Like Darth Vader, only with better lung capacity. -- Darynda Jones
  • We wish we were Obi-Wan Kenobi, and for the most part we are, but there's a little Darth Vader in all of us. -- J. Christopher Stevens
  • In three hundred feet, turn right," Darth Vader said. The Darth Vader. I felt like we were friends now. Like I could tell him anything. -- Darynda Jones
  • I like the incongruity of how in Iran, these people we think of as being revolutionaries or fanatics or whatever are just as aware of Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader as our people are back home. -- Ben Affleck
  • Coach Hedge grunted like he was pleased to have an excuse. He unclipped the megaphone from his belt and continued giving directions, but his voice came out like Darth Vader's. The kids cracked up. The coach tried again, but this time the megaphone blared: "The cow says moo! -- Rick Riordan
  • If you want to go on the floor, go in disguise because otherwise you won't be able to. I would just put on a full Darth Vader costume and walk through Comic-Con so I can actually check it out and enjoy it as opposed to being approached by everyone, which is lovely, but it gets very difficult to enjoy because there's so many people there. -- Kunal Nayyar
  • Every Luke Skywalker needs his Darth Vader. -- Paul Di Filippo
  • As a director he was not that interested in Vader. -- David Prowse
  • I don't think it's fair to compare Dick Cheney to Vader - it's unfair to Vader. -- Mark Hamill
  • There are occasionally eureka moments - off the top of my head, maybe Darth Vader's theme, you know, the imperial march. -- John Williams
  • The most interesting characters keep us hooked. Not likeable ones! Iago, Shylock, Darth Vader - are they likeable? Do you want to invite them to dinner? -- Alison Owen
  • When you look at C-3PO and Darth Vader and then look at the actors behind them, you can't really make the connection. It kills the magic. -- Thomas Bangalter
  • The first movie I can remember seeing in the theater was 'Return of the Jedi.' I can remember seeing Darth Vader's helmet come off. The shock of that moment. -- Oscar Isaac
  • I hate to tell you this, but you will never actually go to a galaxy far, far away and encounter Darth Vader. That's science fiction; it isn't going to happen. -- Margaret Atwood
  • I desperately wanted to play the part of Darth Vader's mother - I think she ended up being played by a Scandinavian actress - because my son was completely crazy about 'Star Wars.' -- Lindsay Duncan
  • Science offers no brief for the telekinetic powers of Darth Vader and hardly any greater justification for the faster-than-light travel that makes his empire possible. And yet what is 'Star Wars' if not pure quill SF? -- Paul Di Filippo
  • Even to this day, when I think about the fact that I'm in this 'Star Wars' world, that I'm a half-brother to Darth Vader and an uncle to Luke Skywalker, it's too hard to wrap my head around. -- Joel Edgerton
  • At home it's all Batman and Star Wars and they do gang up on me. Sometimes I don't want to dress up as Darth Vader or play train sets, so I'll go out for a drink with the girls. -- Sadie Frost
  • Computers are scary. They're nightmares to fix, lose our stuff, and, on occasion, they crash, producing the blue screen of death. Steve Jobs knew this. He knew that computers were bulky and hernia-inducing and Darth Vader black. He understood the value of declarative design. -- Wesley Morris
  • That's the issue that I've been exploring: How did the Republic turn into the Empire? That's paralleled with: How did Anakin turn into Darth Vader? How does a good person go bad, and how does a democracy become a dictatorship? It isn't that the Empire conquered the Republic, it's that the Empire is the Republic. -- George Lucas
  • I was in love with Darth Vader. He was extremely sexy to me. Once I had almost a sexual dream about Darth Vader. At the moment he was about to pull his helmet off, my husband woke me up and I was so annoyed. I told him, "I was on my way to kiss Darth Vader." -- Marjane Satrapi
  • I felt that one of the major issues in the third film is that Luke is finally on his own and has to fight Vader and the Emperor by himself. If you get a sense that Yoda or Ben is there to help him or to somehow influence him, it diminishes the power of the scene. -- George Lucas
  • I did a lot of research on villains, and guys who start behaving nefariously didn't start out as bad people. My research indicates that all of these people were scorned and hurt by love. Darth Vader didn't start off as a bad guy. He was a good guy. Only when Natalie Portman betrayed him, did he go to the dark side. -- Shawn Hatosy
  • The au pair was bug-eyed. "What happened back there?" "It's not our fault!" Dan babbled. "Those guys are crazy! They're like mini-Darth Vaders without the mask!" "They're Benedictine monks!" Nellie exclaimed. "They're men of peace! Most of them are under vows of silence!" "Yeah, well, not anymore," Dan told her. "They cursed us out pretty good. I don't know the language, but some things you don't have to translate. -- Gordon Korman
  • Be Luke Skywalker, not Darth Vader. Ultimately love is stronger than evil. -- Don Burr
  • Mr. McGregor's a nasty piece of work, isn't he? Quite the Darth Vader of children's literature. -- Jasper Fforde
  • Computers are scary. Theyre nightmares to fix, lose our stuff, and, on occasion, they crash, producing the blue screen of death. Steve Jobs knew this. He knew that computers were bulky and hernia-inducing and Darth Vader black. He understood the value of declarative design. -- Wesley Morris
  • The Ewoks were definitely a challenge of writing 'The Jedi Doth Return.' After having done so many things with characters who don't speak English, how was I going to make them stand out? Jedi is also rich with emotional material, particularly Darth Vader's transformation from the dark side back to the good. -- Ian Doescher