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    Thousands of would-be Jedi have descended on Orlando, Florida this weekend for the annual "Star Wars" convention. A LucasFilms spokesman said it pre-sold about 21,000 tickets for the 4-day event, the Orlando Sentinel reported. Costumed fans poured in from around the world to celebrate George Lucas' epic franchise.
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    A life-size replica of Chewbacca, made entirely out of Legos.
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    Several fans dressed as Darth Vader roam the floor.
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    John from England is shown surrounded by merchandise. He says he used to be a fan of the movies; now he's a fan of the business.
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    A moon of Endor battle scene is shown in Legos.
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    A young fan strikes up a conversation with R2-D2.
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    An exhibit of "Star Wars" characters.
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    A life-size T.I.E. (Twin Ion Engine) starfighter is shown here.
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    Carol and Charlie Waters from Houston, Texas dressed as Mara Jade and Boba Fett, the bounty hunter.
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    You may kiss the Jedi. A couple renews their vows.
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