Star Wars: the bottom line
Thursday 13 February 1997
Star Wars' budget: $10m
Worldwide take on first Star Wars trilogy: pounds 1.33bn
Merchandising sales since 1977: $4bn (eg: full-size Darth Vader mannequin at $5,000)
Sales of Star Wars videos, 1995: 30 million units
Fox's outlay on prints and promotion for re-release: $40m
Pepsi's commitment to promote the Star Wars canon: $2bn
Director George Lucas's personal worth: $2bn
And the 56th richest man in America is? George Lucas
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