'Star Wars' Never-Before-Heard Interview: Carrie Fisher 'Scared to Death' Before Iconic Swing Across Scene

Carrie Fisher reveals what was going through her head.

The newly-discovered interview was conducted by Charles Lippincott with the cast and crew between 1975 and 1978, but the tapes were lost for almost 40 years, according to Lucasfilms, which is owned by ABC News' parent company, The Walt Disney Co.

Fisher tells Lippincott she trusted her co-star--or rather the rope--but she worried her signature hair was going to fall off and she’d land face first.

“The rope was the one to trust, but [Mark] was the one with the girdle on. I was just hooked up to it. That could have come unsnapped and I could see me flying on my face,” she said. “We only had to do it once though and I was also was afraid that my hair was going to fall off. Things like that.”

They managed to do it in one take, but Fisher was ready for more.

“I was sort of sorry it wasn’t two takes,” she said in the clip. “Once I did it then you get over the initial shock and I wanted to do it again and I still do, so I hope they do a sequel with lots of swing across.”

In celebration, tune in to “Good Morning America” on Thursday, April 9 and Friday, April 10 as never-before-seen secrets and footage are revealed.