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The Star Wars Trilogy

A Digital Star Wars Scrapbook.

10. November 2016 15:38
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Star Wars Project 4k77 Techniques

10. November 2016 15:38 by jedi1 | 0 Comments

Creating an alpha channel dirt map for Star Wars Project #4K77You may recall that some time ago I posted a video about creating your own dirtmap. Well, if you were wondering what use that could possibly be, all will now be revealed...

Does it work? Download an extended preview.

 
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The Star Wars Trilogy

A Digital Star Wars Scrapbook.

12. April 2013 07:48
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Starlog #6

12. April 2013 07:48 by jedi1 | 0 Comments

Starlog previews a crazy new movie in which there is "an ancient, mysterious technique for working one’s will, known simply as 'the power', and the heroes wield a deadly weapon known as a 'light sword or laser-sabre'." [More]
Starlog #6
 

27. March 2013 16:53
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Star Wars Official Poster Magazine 01

27. March 2013 16:53 by jedi1 | 0 Comments

Star Wars Official Poster Monthly was a magazine published by Paradise Press in the US and Galaxy Publications in the UK beginning in October 1977. The first issue is reproduced here in full. [More]
Star Wars Official Poster Magazine 01
 

23. March 2013 16:20
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Empire Strikes Back Read-Along (1980)

23. March 2013 16:20 by jedi1 | 0 Comments

In the days before cheap home video releases were available, and/or while these movies were still in theaters, bringing home the read-along story book and record (or later audio Cassette or CD) was one way kids could keep the movie alive. Here is one of the original Empire Strikes Back Read along adventures. [More]
Empire Strikes Back Read-Along (1980)
 

6. February 2013 15:36
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The Perfect Movie

6. February 2013 15:36 by jedi1 | 0 Comments

An original circa 1977 review of the motion picture "Star Wars," directed by George Lucas and starring Mark Hamill and Harrison Ford.

Subject Terms:
MOTION pictures -- Reviews
STAR Wars films
LUCAS, George, 1944-
HAMMILL, Mark
FORD, Harrison, 1942-

Authors:
Brudnoy, David
Source:
National Review, 7/22/1977, Vol. 29 Issue 28, p839 [More]
The Perfect Movie
 

1. February 2013 11:35
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The Death Star Plans...

1. February 2013 11:35 by jedi1 | 0 Comments

Download the Death Star (tm) Plans (The Palitoy Death Star Plans, that is). Mine is showing it's age (see photos) but my kids are still playing with it.

A sectionalised space station made from strong press-board which kids can assemble themselves. It's an exciting play center with which kids can create their own Star Wars (tm) adventures. Features a trash compactor, guard room, cell block, command center, main complex and space craft captive area. The Tractor Beam centre column has twin rotating laser guns mounted on the top. Includes six plastic bases for mounting Star Wars (tm) Mini Action Figures. [More]
The Death Star Plans...
 
The Star Wars Trilogy | All posts tagged 'TV-Premiere'

The Star Wars Trilogy

A Digital Star Wars Scrapbook.

18. July 2013 06:16
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Star Wars Network TV Premiere on CBS 1984

18. July 2013 06:16 by jedi1 | 0 Comments

It wasn't until February 26th 1984 that CBS finally aired Star Wars for the first time on network television in the US. However, as a special bonus feature, the film was book-ended by this special 22 minute behind the scenes featurette, hosted by Mark Hamill... [More]
Star Wars Network TV Premiere on CBS 1984
 

12. July 2013 06:44
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1982 Star Wars TV Times

12. July 2013 06:44 by jedi1 | 0 Comments

Star Wars made its UK television Premiere on Sunday October 24th 1982 at 7:15pm. I was 7 years old. My next door neighbor was kind enough to give me a copy of that weeks TV Times, which I kept it for many years, re-reading it until it fell to pieces and my mother insisted on throwing it away. 30 Years later I was lucky enough to find another one... [More]
1982 Star Wars TV Times