As the world waits with baited breath for Star Wars: The Force Awakens to debut on Friday, Time magazine is giving fans a special behind-the-scenes peek at the making of Return of the Jedi.

Filmed from January 11, 1982 to May 20, 1982, director George Lucas used polaroids to ensure continuity between filming, and has now made some the rare shots public ahead of the franchise’s latest release.

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According to Time, these polaroids were used by costume designers, production designers and makeup artists to ensure continuity of details of each production day.

For shots of a Princess Leia hair test, Luke Skywalker “in the grip of the rancor,” R2-D2 in storage, and Han Solo behind freed from carbonate visit Time.com.