How He Got Inspiration?

According to George Lucas, he had a dog of Alaskan Malamute breed that was too much friendly to him. A Malamute breed dog is around 130 pounds in weight and is more significant than a human being. He loves him too much and always stays with him. He said that when he was writing that story, his dog always sits next to him. That dog was his companion for him; he goes with him wherever he moves.

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It was just like a best friend who's not going to leave him at any cost. That dog sits in the car's front seat when he goes out; this affection leads to bringing a unique and rare character in Georges' mind and guides to make a new character in the Star Wars movie that's name was Chewbacca.

It is said that Chewbacca's name is derived from the Russian language word sobaka means dog, and the writer named it when by seeing his dog sitting in the front seat of his car.

What Was his Role?

In Star Wars, Chewbacca's role was to serve as a co-pilot in solo's spaceship and fight against Galactic Empire with the Rebel Alliance's help to Restore the freedom of the galaxy and defeat the Galactic Empire. He fights head to head with his first mate Han Solo. Everyone loved Chewbacca's character, and he was the apple of the eye. He was fighting for the prosperity of this galaxy and making this universe free from these upheavals.

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