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Star Wars Trilogy - The Original Trilogy (Episodes IV - VI) £11.87 delivered using code @ Tesco Ent

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One of the most exhilarating and influential trilogies in the history of motion pictures, George Lucas's sci-fi spectacular continues to capture the hearts and minds of individuals throughout the worl… Read More
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One of the most exhilarating and influential trilogies in the history of motion pictures, George Lucas's sci-fi spectacular continues to capture the hearts and minds of individuals throughout the world. This release features the original STAR WARS trilogy (episodes IV-VI) in one glorious package. Contains both the original theatrical version of each film and the digitally restored and remastered versions.

First up is STAR WARS; George Lucas's stunning sci-fi masterpiece, and arguably one of the most inventive and entertaining films ever made. As the adventure begins, Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill), an impulsive but good-hearted young man who lives on the dusty planet of Tatooine with his aunt and uncle, longs for the exciting life of a Rebel soldier. The Rebels, led by the headstrong Princess Leia (Carrie Fisher), are fighting against the evil Empire, which has set about destroying planets inhabited by innocent citizens with the Death Star, a fearsome planet like craft commanded by Grand Moff Tarkin (Peter Cushing) and the eternally frightful Darth Vader (David Prowse, with the voice of James Earl Jones). When Luke's aunt and uncle are murdered by the Empire's imperial storm troopers and he mysteriously finds a distress message from Princess Leia in one of his androids, R2-D2 (Kenny Baker), he must set out to find Obi-Wan Kenobi (Alec Guinness), a mysterious old hermit with incredible powers. On his journey, Luke is aided by the roguish, sarcastic mercenary Han Solo (Harrison Ford) and his towering furry sidekick Chewbacca (Peter Mayhew) as they run into a host of perilous situations while trying to rescue the princess and the entire galaxy.

Considered the most morally and emotionally complex of the original Star Wars trilogy, THE EMPIRE STRIKE BACK continues creator George Lucas's epic saga where STAR WARS left off. The Rebel Forces which include young adventurer Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill), rogue pilot Han Solo (Harrison Ford), and the beautiful but seemingly humourless Princess Leia (Carrie Fisher) have been successful in destroying the Evil Empire's Death Star. However, the Empire's top commander, the terrifying Lord Darth Vader (played by David Prowse, voiced by James Earl Jones), is scanning the galaxy for the Rebels' secret location. After a visually stunning showdown on the ice planet Hoth, the Rebels are forced to flee, and Luke separates from Han and Leia. Masterful storytelling weaves multiple, archetypal plotlines that pit Vader against Han and Leia as he desperately attempts to capture Luke for political and, secretly, personal reasons. Luke, meanwhile, finds himself under the tutelage of the tiny but powerful old Jedi Master Yoda, who teaches him the ways of the Force and warns the impatient but talented student against the threat of the Dark Side. Greek tragedy meets a philosophical hero's journey in EMPIRE, a remarkable sci-fi epic in which the performances are as powerful as the spectacular special effects.

The third and final chapter in the wondrous STAR WARS saga is RETURN OF THE JEDI. Luke (Mark Hamill) must save Han Solo (Harrison Ford) from the clutches of the monstrous Jabba the Hut, and bring down the newly reconstructed and even more powerful Death Star. With Solo imprisoned, Luke accompanies his faithful droids R2D2 (Kenny Baker) and C3PO (Anthony Daniels) in a rescue bid, with Princess Leia (Carrie Fisher) and Chewbacca (Peter Mayhew) also lending a hand. After they valiantly disentangle their friends from Jabba's clutches, Luke returns to his Jedi Knight training with Yoda. Meanwhile, the Rebel Troops amass in an attempt to see off the impending threat from Darth Vader (played by David Prowse, voiced by James Earl Jones) and his new Death Star, with the operation being lead by Han Solo. But Luke must face Vader himself if he is to become a true Jedi Knight, and as he enters into a spirited battle with his light saber-wielding enemy, some surprising revelations await the young warrior.
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#1
These films any good?
#2
hotyoda
These films any good?

:lol:
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Please don't give George Lucas any more money. He made amazing films in the late 70's early 80's then destroyed all his good work with the new SW movies, ruined the Indiana Jones series by insisting on using HIS crap script that involved aliens flying away in a big house.

As Kevin Smith put it "George Lucus just raped my childhood".
#4
Good deal but I'm waiting for the BD's now.
#5
reserves
Please don't give George Lucas any more money. He made amazing films in the late 70's early 80's then destroyed all his good work with the new SW movies, ruined the Indiana Jones series by insisting on using HIS crap script that involved aliens flying away in a big house.

As Kevin Smith put it "George Lucus just raped my childhood".


+Rep
#7


Not sure why anyone would want to though!
#8
timbotones24794
You can buy the prequel trilogy for the same price


Or you could just stick pins in your eyes for free
#9
Richyroo
Not sure why anyone would want to though!


True, LOL!


I guess this is the infamous version, with Hayden Christiansen (Anakin in the new series) appearing as a ghost in the end of Return of the Jedi. If it is, this boxset could even be £1 posted and I would still avoid it.
#10
reserves
Please don't give George Lucas any more money. He made amazing films in the late 70's early 80's then destroyed all his good work with the new SW movies, ruined the Indiana Jones series by insisting on using HIS crap script that involved aliens flying away in a big house.

As Kevin Smith put it "George Lucus just raped my childhood".


OK, I'm outing myself, just to bring balance to the argument (if not the force). I was THE original Star Wars fan and I have one of the original Luke Skywalker figures and everything. I've enjoyed every bit of Star Wars reinvention through games and the new films. I also can't wait for the up and coming live action TV show.

OK some of it has been hit and miss but in no way has it 'raped my childhood'. What a lot of old tosh and what an awful phrase to use when talking about a bunch of kids films (yes they are and I still love 'em as an adult). If you want the old versions, Lucas bowed to popular demand and gave us the original theatrical release on DVD.

By the way...don't argue with me. Star Wars is mine and I'll have none of it. Thanks George, still love all ya work (except Howard the Duck....which perhaps goes without saying).:thumbsup:
#11
toastie
I guess this is the infamous version, with Hayden Christiansen (Anakin in the new series) appearing as a ghost in the end of Return of the Jedi.


Only just saw that the other day - I know I'm not the first to say it but what the....?!

By the same logic he should have replaced Alec Guinness with Ewan McGregor, and Yoda with some slightly less wrinkly green latex. :?

Funny how all his souped up CGI extras actually look the least real of anything in these films, with the possible exception of the Ewok costumes!
#12
toastie
True, LOL!


I guess this is the infamous version, with Hayden Christiansen (Anakin in the new series) appearing as a ghost in the end of Return of the Jedi. If it is, this boxset could even be £1 posted and I would still avoid it.


This set contains both versions of each film - each of the three boxes contains two discs, one with the original release (in 4:3 mono) and one with the "amended" version. Which does have Hayden Christiansen spliced in at the end.
#13
Ahh so it's like the Limited Edition they made a few years ago... I guess they weren't so limited afterall
#14
No, they aren't very limited, as few "limited editions" actually are. This boxset is a steal at this price, all 3 original films with both the theatrical version and the edited versions, heat!
#15
in this case I give my heat too
#16
I love the Star Wars films too. Came across this a few days ago - http://originaltrilogy.com/forum/topic.cfm/STAR-WARS-EP-IV-2004-REVISITED-ADYWAN-DVD-9-VERSIONS-NOW-AVAILABLE/topic/5942/ - and downloaded it from a dodgy site. At first I thought 'someone has got too much time on their hands' - but having watched it side by side with the special edition I have to come clean and admit it is amazing. So Star Wars fans get hunting it out.

Oh, heat added as this is a bargain.

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