Ponda Baba gives Luke a rough shove and starts yelling at Luke in an alien language which Luke doesn’t understand.
Dr. Evazan: [explaining] He doesn’t like you.
Dr. Evazan: [grabbing Luke] I don’t like you either. You just watch yourself. We’re wanted men. I have the death sentence on twelve systems.
Luke: I’ll be careful.
Dr. Evazan: You’ll be dead!
Obi-Wan: [intervening] This little one’s not worth the effort. Come, let me get you something.
Dr. Evazan shoves Luke across the room and pulls out a blaster.
Bartender: No blasters! No blasters!
Obi-Wan ignites his lightsaber, severing Ponda Baba’s arm.
— Star Wars: Episode IV — A New Hope (1977), written by George Lucas
The Daily Dialogue theme for the week is bar fights, suggested by Dean Scott. Today’s suggestion by David Proenza.
Trivia: On a personal note, I saw this movie in a New Haven theater seated beside noted theologian Henri Nouwen who was on faculty at Yale at the time.
Dialogue On Dialogue: In a bar fight, something has to set someone off. Clearly Dr. Evazan is a guy with a short fuse and spoiling for trouble. Wonder what he’s a doctor of?