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Lego Star Wars The Resistance Rises DVD

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Hello, first time post here… I’m a budding Star Wars collector, trying to get all of the Star Wars-related shows. Has anyone made a custom DVD or Blu-ray of the five Lego Star Wars: The Resistance Rises shorts? I saw one at cool90s dot com but it doesn’t look legit.

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Matt1618

p.s. I very much support the work being done here and don’t want to be a newbie, first time posting mooch. I don’t have video or artistic skills, but if I can help with collecting or other trivia I’d be glad to.

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Hi Matt1618 😃

I don’t think there are many - or any - Star Wars Lego preservations on here (I am sure somebody will correct me if I am wrong on this!)

Most Lego Star Wars series are available on dvd or blu ray and so have not been preserved.

Because the site rules here says you must own the retail release (physical disc or digital download / stream subscription etc) can you not rip the series from the Disney channel and put them onto a disc yourself?

Or a USB drive etc?

There may be public / private torrent sites that have already done this too?
 

Edit - would ‘Star Wars Lego’ sites be of assistance for this, to point you in the correct direction, etc?
 

Good luck my friend.

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Thanks for the reply and the warm welcome Force-Abel. I own the Lego Resistance Rises shorts on digital through Amazon and now also through Disney Plus streaming, but I’m trying to have everything on physical media… yunno how it is! I don’t have a working laptop at the moment so I’ll check torrent and fan sites. Thanks again!

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There are physical releases of many Star Wars Lego episodes, but not all of them.
The Yoda Chronicles, Episodes 1 and 2 were released to dvd. The New Yoda Chronicles dvd I believe featured 4 episodes which would have been #4, 5, 6 and 7. There was no release of episode 3 of the Yoda Chronicles.
I also believe that the episode “Duel of the Skywalkers” has not been on any physical media (please correct me if I am wrong), but is available on iTunes.

As for the Resistance Rises episodes you speak of, I don’t think they’ve had a physical media release. Same for the Lego All-Stars shorts on Disney+.

There was a dvd released with season 1 of Forces of Destiny, but it was almost a stealth release, done as a bonus disc with some holiday edition packages of the movies last year. No physical release for season 2 of Forces of Destiny.

There are also some web shorts, Galaxy of Adventures and Roll Out which don’t have physical releases. Both of those are animated short series.

I don’t know where those Blips animated shorts on Disney+ came from. I never knew or heard of them until I saw them on there. No physical media release of those I am aware of.

I own all the physical dvd and blu-ray releases. I recently got season 1 of the Resistance animated series. Seasons 1 and 2 are both on Disney+ (and in high def). With the advent of the new streaming service, I am curious what the future of home video releases will be. I don’t know if the missing Lego episodes mentioned above, and season 2 of Resistance will ever see the light of day.

I saw just the other day at my local bookstore they had the dvd with the two Ewoks television movies. It was $20 and I already own a copy.
Disney+ lacks both the ewoks tv movies (The Ewok Adventure (aka The Caravan of Courage) and The Battle for Endor), and it also lacks the old animated Droids and Ewoks cartoon series.

May the Force be with you all.

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It’s good to meet a fellow physical media collector!

I also believe that the episode “Duel of the Skywalkers” has not been on any physical media (please correct me if I am wrong), but is available on iTunes.

“Duel of the Skywalkers” is another name for the Alternate Ending version of “Clash of the Skywalkers” which is included as a Bonus on the New Yoda Chronicles DVD. So, “Attack of the Jedi” is the only thing missing.

As for the Resistance Rises episodes you speak of, I don’t think they’ve had a physical media release. Same for the Lego All-Stars shorts on Disney+.

True. True. I was hoping someone would have made a custom DVD or Blu-ray by now!

There was a dvd released with season 1 of Forces of Destiny, but it was almost a stealth release

I just picked this up on ebay, along with the Bounty Hunters DVD that was a Target pack-in with Clone Wars hostage Crisis figurines. I also wonder if Season 2 of Forces of Destiny will ever be released.

There are also some web shorts, Galaxy of Adventures and Roll Out which don’t have physical releases. Both of those are animated short series.

I wasn’t aware of these.

I own all the physical dvd and blu-ray releases. I recently got season 1 of the Resistance animated series. Seasons 1 and 2 are both on Disney+ (and in high def).

Season 2 isn’t up yet on D+

Disney+ lacks both the ewoks tv movies (The Ewok Adventure (aka The Caravan of Courage) and The Battle for Endor), and it also lacks the old animated Droids and Ewoks cartoon series.

I have the DVD releases of the old Droids and Ewoks cartoons with just a few episodes each. But I also found on ebay once, a guy was selling a blu-ray with ALL of the episodes of both shows. I jumped at that!

There is also the Beneath the Dome DVD and the Star Wars Musical Journey DVD that was included with the Revenge of the Sith soundtrack I think.

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Also, don’t forget The Padawan Menace Blu-ray, Freemakers season 1 Blu-ray, Freemakers season 2 DVD, The Empire Strikes Out DVD, Droid Tales DVD.
And The Holiday Special is easy to find on ebay.

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I do have that R2-D2 Beneath the Dome mockumentary dvd. I just didn’t include it as it is obviously farce. And yes, I omitted the Holiday Special. But it’s out there to be found, just not an official release.

Thanks for the info about Duel of the Skywalkers! I’ll check my dvd when I get home.

Are we allowed to give out links or plugs on this site?
I apologize if no. On Youtube, look up “From the Star Wars Home Video Library.” There are so many videos by Nathan P. Butler, he gives in detail reviews of them all. Primarily U.S. releases, though he has branched out to a few other countries as well.

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Thanks for referring me to those videos, I had not seen those!