That looks pretty close. Thank you.
It’s also the version on Hulu.
It’s CLOSE to this https://www.ffonts.net/OPTIEton-Bold.font which was used on several Star Trek print projects in the 70’s. (One of the printings of The Making of Star Trek for example.)
I was on the fence whether or not to pick this up. I have the original 4:3 DVD release and right now they’ll get it out of my cold, dead hands.
I’ll look, but I’m not sure I have the Salvage in FLAC anymore. Remember, proper file maintenance is very important.
Well, I hit 55 yrs old this week. Hoping to own/view Legacy before I’m too old to remember my own name.
Still keeping the faith here…
Happy Birthday! I hit 50 (or it hits me) in two weeks!
I’m not here enough to gauge how many people are here. Would there be 35 people who would pony up $2 a month?
Would Patreon be a viable option for this as a way for people to kick in a buck or two on a monthly basis to keep the lights on? The good news is that $70 isn’t a huge amount of money so it wouldn’t take that many people giving small monthly donations to reach that goal.
I’m not here a LOT but I do value this place. Patreon or some such would work for me.
Thanks. I’d gotten as far as the Robot Auction myself and yeah, those micro-edits are a pain. Whoever it was did a fantastic job.
Although they made some changes and restored some score that is on the CD that was not in the film such as The Little People Work and not including the edit when the sandcrawler rolls over the hill to the Lars’s farm. I haven’t listened to how the music is handled when Luke and Threepio are looking for Artoo. (Lotta edits there.)
BTW, I looked and couldn’t find. Who’s Isolated Score is that that got used?
Thanks in advance.
I’m not sure what version I got, but I sat down and watched it with the mono mix turned on and it was just the best best day. I felt 8 years old again.
Thank you so much for the obviously tremendous amount of work. Thanks to projects like this my children can see Star Wars.
The one with the kids reminds me of the end of The Rocketeer. (Which was based on a page from the comic.)
Really disappointed with how they handled Sabine and Zeb capturing Rukh. I get that you can’t have Zeb killing him with his bare hands, but Sabine could’ve Raising Arizona’d him with a real grenade instead of a paint bomb, or at the very least they could have brought him back to the rebels. Drawing goofy shit on him like a passed out college kid and SENDING HIM BACK TO THE EMPIRE just isn’t something I can swallow, especially after what just went down.
I’m hoping they have a larger plan. It sounded like they did with the tracking device.
But yeah, ten minutes after the gang was throwing stormtroopers off of buildings like Pez, suddenly NOW we can’t kill someone?
Of course Rukh also has script immunity nearly rivaling a Skywalker.
I am ASTOUNDED that I never made that connection before!
The Princess, the Scoundrel, and the Farm Boy had Han Shoot. But IIRC it had the Praxis Death Star explosion. (It also had a ton of stuff from the Radio Plays.)
That’s some interesting handiwork.
These were OK. But I was surprised at how much I’ve missed the Rebels characters after only a few months. Next year is going to be tough.
Did he shoot a laser out of his eye or what??
Those overhangs on the Star Destroyers really need “watch your head” signs for the taller folk.
Nice obscure reference. Technically it’s concept art Yoda as that’s all Marvel had to work with.
I scanned the purple Yoda pages out of a crumbling paperback edition of the Marvel ESB adaptation several years ago. The Yoda pages were redrawn by the time the regular monthly issues saw print.
IIRC there were THREE different editions of that comic with various stages of Yoda-ness.
Ok, that’s the oddest SW movie tie in since Episode III toilet paper.
The implication is hilarious.
Except Episode III didn’t clean up ANYTHING.
When I was younger watching ANH for the first time, I really believed that Luke and Leia were going to end up together at the end of the film. Then in the TESB Han suddenly became the third wheel and because Luke was out of the picture on the MF, Leia eventually succumbed to his advances. In the scene when Luke is calling out to Leia I took it that the reason she was able to hear him was because deep down it was Luke who she truly loved not Han. Then it was revealed that they were brother and sister, which changed everything.
That’s a pretty accurate description of reality before ROTJ. “Younger” had nothing to do with it.
“8yo: Star Wars is serious! Everyone is dying!”
That’s awesome! Thank you!
Not ENTIRELY on topic, but my 8 year old will be seeing Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan with me in the cinema next month (the 7 year old says ‘no’ but he is waffling a little). She’s seen bits and pieces but never from end to end. Say what you want about JJ but Beyond is getting her interested in Trek. I can’t live blog it (cinema) but I’ll be watching with an even keener eye.
When I was a kid I always thought “I have the death sentence on twelve systems!” meant that he had twelve ways (or systems) to kill Luke!
Brahmmuel L Jackson said:
Out of curiosity, have you guys ever watched this video?
Absolutely. It toes the line between parody and reality.
My kids have seen the OT (despecialized, of course), TFA, and Rogue One. They watch Rebels and sometimes Clone Wars. (My boy likes the clones a lot.)
Every once in a while I think about showing them the PT just because they know bits of the story. Then I remember Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith and Hayden and I just can’t do it.
We did watch the final battle between Obi-wan and Vader. That was back when my kids were 4 and 5. Even then they thought it was dumb. “Why isn’t Ob-wan picking up his friend and saving him from the lava?” “I don’t know. Ask George.”
When I first saw this I initially thought “That’s weird Mark Hamill still has 70s jeans” 😃
That’s alarmingly accurate.
I made a hi-res front face view of Count Dooku. I removed his finger, thumb and part of his hand.
Anakin would approve. 😃