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In light of Carrie Fisher’s death, her screen test for 1977’s “Star Wars” (later re-titled “Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope”) has resurfaced as fans pay tribute to the late actress.

The video, originally posted on YouTube in 2006, shows a fresh-faced Fisher auditioning as Princess Leia alongside Harrison Ford’s Hans Solo. Both engage in a scene where Leia describes the Rebellion’s plan to take down the Death Star, which appears halfway through the film.

The tape ends with Fisher stating her name and age as she smiles to the camera.

An emotional tape of Carrie Fisher's original Star Wars interview resurfaced after the iconic actress' death on Tuesday
The black and white footage shows Fisher sitting down to read lines with her future on-screen partner Harrison Ford
'Star Wars: A New Hope' later hit the screens in 1977 and ushered the cult saga
Fisher was just 19 years old when filming began for the first installment
She revealed this year that she and Ford had a three-month affair on set

Love at first take: Carrie Fisher's Star Wars audition tape reveals her instant chemistry with Harrison Ford - before they became known as Princess Leia and Han Solo

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