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Every time Chewbacca speaks – can you sit through this insane Star Wars montage?

When it comes to head-scratching dialogue, Chewie gives Game of Thrones’ Hodor a run for his money…

Chewbacca – he might appear laconic, but he’s actually got plenty to say.

Everyone’s favourite Wookie actually has nearly 10 minutes of straight dialogue throughout the entire franchise.

That’s pretty impressive for a character whose script reads like someone gargling a thick, meaty broth.

The Verge thought it’d be a great idea to make a montage of the famed Star Wars’ characters’ lines, and we’re inclined to agree.

That said, it’s a pretty tough watch, so we’d recommend viewing the following video only for the most serious Chewie fans.

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The video is a great way to prepare for the upcoming Star Wars: The Force Awakens movie.

It feels like we’ve been waiting an age for the next entry to the beloved sci-fi franchise, but we’re mere days away now.

The Force Awakens is set for a December 17 release in the UK, and debuts in the US one day later.

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