The Force's Mouth
|The Force's Mouth|
|Directed by||Jayce Lewis|
|Produced by||Simon Huntley|
|Narrated by||Jayce Lewis|
|Edited by||Simon Huntley|
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The Force's Mouth is a 2015 British documentary film written and directed by Jayce Lewis. The documentary features British weightlifting actor David Prowse 43 years after playing the role of Darth Vader in the original Star Wars trilogy.
David Prowse a bodybuilder and actor who famously portrayed the role of Darth Vader in Star Wars, The Empire Strikes Back, and Return of the Jedi. However, with the original dialogue of Prowse's voice being overdubbed by African American actor James Earl Jones the voice of Vader was later revealed in its first screening, without Prowse's knowledge.
The documentary's original purpose of covering editing methods and equipment used by Jayce was short lived when a realisation of giving Prowse the chance to hear his voice effected as Darth Vader was approached, as a long time friend and business partner to Prowse, Jayce took chance at returning the loyal support, camaraderie and Father and son relationship  to Prowse by helping to settle a long time dispute for Prowse, of his voice not being suitable for the role, explaining the feature as an alternative to What could have been rather than, What should have been the voice of Darth Vader
The Force's Mouth was released October 1st 2015 direct to Youtube
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