Redemption of Captives
Luke Skywalker (moving to his ship): "I'll see you back at the fleet."
Han Solo: "Why don't you leave that crate and come with us?"
Luke Skywalker: "I have a promise I have to keep first... to an old friend."
Luke Skywalker to R2-D2: "That's right, Artoo. We're going to the Dagobah system. I have a promise to keep... to an old friend."
YODA: "Remember, a Jedi's strength flows from the Force. But beware. Anger, fear, aggression. The dark side are they. Once you start down the dark path, forever will it dominate your destiny."
LUKE: "Obi-Wan! Why didn't you tell me?"
The ghost of Ben Kenobi approaches him through the swamp.
LUKE: "You told me Vader betrayed and murdered my father."
BEN: "You father was seduced by the dark side of the Force. He ceased to be Anakin Skywalker and became Darth Vader. When that happened, the good man who was your father was destroyed. So what I have told you was true... from a certain point of view."
LUKE (turning away, derisive): "A certain point of view!"
BEN: "Luke, you're going to find that many of the truths we cling to depend greatly on our own point of view."
The Ewoks welcome Leia into their village and provide clothes for her [https://youtu.be/RL6OPMp4IUY?t=111]
Seizing of the Eyes
LUKE: "Threepio, tell them if they don't do as you wish, you'll become angry and use your magic."
THREEPIO: "But Master Luke, what magic? I couldn't possibly --"
LUKE: "Just tell them."
Threepio speaks to the Ewoks. The Ewoks are disturbed. Logray steps forward and challenges Threepio. Luke closes his eyes and begins to concentrate.
THREEPIO: "You see, Master Luke; they didn't believe me. Just..."
Now the litter/throne, with Threepio sitting upon it, rises from the ground. At first Threepio doesn't notice and keeps talking.
THREEPIO: "... as I said they wouldn't. Wha-wha-what's happening! Oh! Oh, dear! Oh!"
The Ewoks fall back in terror from the floating throne. Now Threepio begins to spin as though he were on a revolving stool, with Threepio calling out in total panic at his situation.
THREEPIO: "Put me down! He-e-elp! Master Luke! Artoo! Somebody, somebody, help! Master Luke, Artoo! Artoo, quickly! Do something, somebody! Oh! Ohhh!"
Chief Chirpa yells orders to the cowering Ewoks. They rush up and release the bound prisoners.
A Moment of Repentance
VADER (a whisper): "Luke, help me take this mask off."
LUKE: "But you'll die."
VADER: "Nothing can stop that now. Just for once... let me look on you with my own eyes."
Slowly, hesitantly, Luke removes the mask from his father's face. There beneath the scars is an elderly man. His eyes do not focus. But the dying man smiles at the sight before him.
ANAKIN (very weak): "Now...go, my son. Leave me."
LUKE: "No. You're coming with me. I can't leave you here. I've got to save you."
ANAKIN: "You already have, Luke. You were right about me. Tell your sister...you were right."
Celebrating over deaths of enemies
Han and Leia, Chewie, the droids, the Rebel troops, and the Ewoks all look to the sky as the Death Star reveals itself in a final flash of self-destruction. They all cheer.
Jabba leers at the dancers and with a lustful gleam in his eye beckons Oola to come and sit with him. She stops dancing and backs away, shaking her head. Jabba gets angry and points to a spot next to him. The lovely alien shakes her head again and screams. Jabba is furious and pulls her toward him, tugging on the chain. He pushes a button and, before the dancer can flee, a trap door in the floor springs open and swallows her up. As the door snaps shut, a muffled growl is followed by a hideous scream. Jabba and his monstrous friends laugh hysterically and several revelers hurry over to watch her fate through a grate.
YODA: "Soon will I rest. Yes, forever sleep. Earned it, I have."
Yoda sits himself on his bed, with great effort.
LUKE: "Master Yoda, you can't die."
YODA: "Strong am I with the Force... but not that strong! Twilight is upon me and soon night must fall. That is the way of things... the way of the Force."
LUKE: "Your overconfidence is your weakness."
EMPEROR: "Your faith in your friends is yours."