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Star Wars Extended Editions?

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One of the reasons the prequels were so terrible was because Lucas had full control over everything! Nobody to say “Uh George, I think we should cut that scene out.”. There were people like that during the making of A New Hope, which is why it came out as great as it did. So what if we insert all the deleted scenes back into the movie regardless of whether or not it makes sense. From the Special Editions, the DVDs, everything. We could have the Despecialized Edition as the main source with as many extra scenes as possible, to show how Star Wars could have been just as bad as the prequels. Has anyone done this because I’ve wanted to see it for a long time.

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Revenge of the Sith is a very well paced movie, didn’t feel like any extraneous scenes were left in or anything. Just sayin’.

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StarChewyWar said:

One of the reasons the prequels were so terrible was because Lucas had full control over everything! Nobody to say “Uh George, I think we should cut that scene out.”. There were people like that during the making of A New Hope, which is why it came out as great as it did. So what if we insert all the deleted scenes back into the movie regardless of whether or not it makes sense. From the Special Editions, the DVDs, everything. We could have the Despecialized Edition as the main source with as many extra scenes as possible, to show how Star Wars could have been just as bad as the prequels. Has anyone done this because I’ve wanted to see it for a long time.

i have done this for myself with anh se.
i put all the missing scenes from every behind , deleted , making of footage that i found in the movie…
i have no knowledge about film editing . i have done nothing for make it look better.
it´s nice to see with all the stuff in there,but it looks terrible with all the different footage.
the movie runtime is about 130 minutes.

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