Untitled - Various - Star Wars - Special Fan Edition (CD)

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Label: Universal Family Entertainment - 06025 1784841 (2),WortArt - 06025 1784841 (2) • Format: 13x, CD Box Set • Country: Germany • Genre: Non-Music • Style: Radioplay


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  1. Zutilar

    Star Wars, A New Hope Soundtrack is a timeless classic, and with this CD you will relive that magic again and again over two discs. This version, digitally remastered for the 20th anniversary of Star Wars and released in time for the Star Wars Special Edition movies in , has all the music we remember and some things we didn't know, some of /5().
  2. Dishicage

    The soundtrack to Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones was released by Sony Classical on April 23, The music was composed and conducted by John Williams, and performed by the London Symphony Orchestra and London lentobasroytrafbest.parsmihardsirebeapinsicarafjoide.co Murphy recorded and mixed the score. Peter Myles and Kenneth Wannberg served as music editors. Williams himself produced the recording lentobasroytrafbest.parsmihardsirebeapinsicarafjoide.co: Classical.
  3. Arashikus

    In April , a dedicated Star Wars fan named Harmy released a landmark film edit called the Star Wars Despecialized Edition. Where most fan edits seek to build new stories out of existing footage or "fix" films by cutting out unpopular scenes (like the majority of Attack of the Clones, for example), the Despecialized Edition did something novel.
  4. Mataxe

    Star Wars: Making Magic is an interactive CD-ROM released in by LucasArts as part of The LucasArts Archives Vol. II: Star Wars Collection (it was also included on the CD for Star Wars: Yoda Stories released in ).It was designed as a behind-the-scenes look at the production of Star Wars Trilogy Special Edition release.. Contents Edit. It includes interviews with George Lucas revealing Developer(s): LucasArts.
  5. Moogujora

    The Star Wars Album is a Legends reference book that focuses on the film Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope, covering the film's conception, production, release, future, and lore. The book was first published in November by Ballantine Books. The exclusive, behind-the-scenes story of the making of Star Wars — the most extraordinary film in motion picture history, including over a Dimensions: 11 × × inches.
  6. Kigagami

    Disc 1 contains the Special Edition of Star Wars but the real reason to buy this is for Disc 2, which contains the Laserdisc Theatrical Version. This is the closest you can come to legally buying the original version of Star Wars on lentobasroytrafbest.parsmihardsirebeapinsicarafjoide.cos: K.
  7. Fekinos

    Star Wars Trilogy: The Original Soundtrack Anthology is a quadruple-CD compilation released on November 23, by Arista Records. It contains all three soundtracks from the original Star Wars trilogy: Star Wars, The Empire Strikes Back, and Return of the Jedi. The sound is cleaned up from the original soundtrack releases. The fourth disc contains outtakes, alternate and expanded cues, and.
  8. Nagami

    The Star Wars Trilogy Special Edition was a theatrical anniversary edition of the original trilogy, in order to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the release of Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope.. The three movies were shown in the U.S. from January through March at a monthly interval. A New Hope was released on January 31, , followed by The Empire Strikes Back on February 21,

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