Yoda, it seems, wasn’t initially a part of the “Return of the Jedi” script. Nonetheless, the kid psychologists George Lucas consulted have been involved that youthful youngsters may’ve not believed Darth Vader (David Prowse, voice of James Earl Jones) when he revealed that he was Luke’s father in “Empire Strikes Again.” It is smart, with Vader being a villain and Luke being in such a weak scenario, hanging on to a pole along with his hand lower off. Luke wasn’t even certain if he believed it, as evidenced by the scene when he visits Yoda once more in “Return of the Jedi.”
For those who recall, Luke returns to Dagobah for extra Jedi coaching after rescuing Han Solo (Harrison Ford) and Leia (Carrie Fisher) from Jabba the Hutt. He finds Yoda on the finish of his life and asks him if Vader was telling the reality. Yoda confirms that Vader is, actually, Luke’s father and that there’s one other Skywalker on the market. (After all, followers know that that is Leia herself.) Yoda is our hero’s trusted trainer and pal, making it simpler for youngsters to grasp and settle for this concept.