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This page describes the significant home video releases of official Star Wars films, television shows and documentaries, excluding releases which did not come directly from Lucasfilm (such as Star Wars Tech or spoof programs like Robot Chicken: Star Wars). The Ewok Adventure and Ewoks: The Battle for Endor were released on VHS and laserdisc by MGM Home Entertainment in 1990. This DVD release is of significantly lesser quality, compared to the later Star Wars movies DVD releases. Star Wars: Episode II Attack of the Clones was released on DVD in November 2002 as a two-disc set that has picture and sound mastered from the original digital source material.
R2-D2: Beneath the Dome is a 20-minute mockumentary telling the never before told life story of the astromech droid R2-D2. The Star Wars Trilogy DVD set, released in September 2004, was the first release of the original trilogy on DVD. The movies on the DVDs were the 1997 Special Edition versions with several additional changes added especially for this release, including an extensive and comprehensive high-definition digital cleanup and several major image adjustments made in order to make the films visually resemble the prequel trilogy.
Empire of Dreams: The Story of the Star Wars Trilogy - a full-length documentary, covering the history of the original trilogy.
Ewoks was released on DVD on November 23, 2004 as an edited compilation under the title Star Wars Animated Adventures: Ewoks.
Droids was released on DVD on November 23, 2004 as an edited compilation under the title Star Wars Animated Adventures: Droids.
The first volume of the Star Wars: Clone Wars animated television series was released on DVD on March 22, 2005.
The Saga Edition of Star Wars Trivial Pursuit includes a DVD in which various Star Wars fans asks questions to the viewer. Star Wars: Episode III Revenge of the Sith was released on DVD on November 1, 2005 as a two-disc set that has picture and sound mastered from the original digital source material. The Story of Star Wars DVD was a Walmart-exclusive included with initial copies of the Revenge of the Sith DVD.
The second volume of the Star Wars: Clone Wars animated television series was released on DVD on December 6, 2005.
This re-release of the original trilogy is notable for being the first time original unaltered versions of the classic movies were officially made available to fans on DVD.
Distributed through DVD, and online (through streaming media), the film and the subsequent publication of a book by the same name and of the same topic as the film, has attracted interest from media figures such as Oprah Winfrey, Ellen DeGeneres, and Larry King as well as criticism from the mainstream press. She got her start with Ney Alves after someone commented on her uncommon beauty in a supermarket. He’s just married Julie Meade (Michelle Monaghan) against the advice of other agents and now only functions as a trainer. It does force the filmmakers to think of more creative ways to solve the problems, but it also would be cool to see some real intense Metal Gear Solid type spy infiltration. Mission: Impossible 3 shows a return to the team action that made the first movie a success. The DVD version of the film had several scenes edited and inserted by George Lucas, making it slightly different and longer from its original theatrical release. However, for the Blu-ray version, the image quality was digitally restored from the DVD release and a digital Yoda replacing the original puppet, among other changes, were implemented.


The movie has several elements edited or added in by George Lucas that make the DVD version of the film slightly different from the theatrical release.
The film was made as a fun project by the cast and crew of Star Wars: Episode II Attack of the Clones. Each of the movies DVD also includes an audio commentary by George Lucas, Ben Burtt, Dennis Muren and Carrie Fisher (The Empire Strikes Back commentary also features Irvin Kershner).
The release was billed as Star Wars: Ewok Adventures, a "double feature" of Caravan of Courage and its sequel, The Battle for Endor. It contains eight episodes of the original series, edited together as two full length films. The DVD runs for over an hour and contains a collection of music video clips from the Star Wars films, set to selected themes from Williams's scores. The movie DVD includes an audio commentary by George Lucas, producer Rick McCallum, animation director Rob Coleman, and visual effects supervisors John Knoll and Roger Guyett. As with many previous Star Wars "history" featurettes, it is hosted with newly shot footage by the droid duo, R2-D2 and C-3PO. Each of the films in this release is presented on two DVDs, with the 2004 re-mastered versions present on the first DVD and the original versions, taken from the 1993 LaserDisc editions, available as "bonuses" on the second DVD.
The young Goulart, buying groceries with her mother, took the words to heart and shortly afterwards, moved to Sao Paolo to pursue her career as a model.
When one of his students disappears, Hunt’s advisor John Musgrave (Billy Crudup) contacts Hunt to assemble a team to rescue Lindsey Farris (Keri Russell). There is a lot of high tension moments (including the pendulum swing in Shanghai) and tons of gunfire and explosions. PG-13 keeps a larger core audience, but the movie could get really intense with some lethal action. The DVD also includes an audio commentary by George Lucas, producer Rick McCallum, editor Ben Burtt, animation director Rob Coleman, and visual effects supervisors John Knoll, Dennis Muren, and Scott Squires, as well as an easter egg (on-set bloopers) accessible through the sound menu by selecting THX and pressing 1138. The DVD also includes an audio commentary by George Lucas, producer Rick McCallum, editor Ben Burtt, animation director Rob Coleman and visual effects supervisors Pablo Helman, John Knoll and Ben Snow, as well as an easter egg (on-set bloopers) accessible through the sound menu by selecting THX and pressing 1138.
Using interviews, fake archive photos, film clips, and behind the scenes footage, the "true" story was told of Artoo's life.
Episodes 2, 1, 3, and 9 were edited together to make The Haunted Village, and Episodes 10, 5, 4, and 13 were edited together to make Tales from the Endor Woods. Episodes 5-8 were edited together to make The Pirates and the Prince, and Episodes 10-13 were edited together to make Treasure of the Hidden Planet. Unlike every other DVD release of a Star Wars film, Revenge of the Sith was released without any noticeable (upon first viewing) alterations by George Lucas from the film's digital theatrical cut.
Presented in full frame with Dolby Digital 2.0 sound and running 1 hour in total, it was originally produced and released in 2004 as a 3-disc collection for the VideoNow Color personal video player. The second DVD presents each movie in its original theatrical form, without digital restoration or changes present in subsequent releases. Sylvia Hillman has penned a tough and funny story about love, dream chasing and knowing when to cast the line. When Farris is killed on the rescue, Hunt sets out to find Owen Davian (Phillip Seymour Hoffman) to make him pay.
Abrams was the third choice for this movie after both David Fincher and Joe Camahan were forced to drop out.


The Haunted Village combines four loosely-related episodes into one story, while Tales from the Endor Woods connects four seemingly unrelated stories via a voiceover by Alex Lindsay intended to be an adult Wicket. The Pirates and the Prince combines four of the five episodes of the Mon Julpa arc into one story, while Treasure of the Hidden Planet combines the four episodes of the Mungo Baobab arc into one story.
A closer inspection however revealed one change: there used to be a fading between the scene where Obi-Wan Kenobi leaves Mustafar, and the scene where Vader climbs away from the lava, which was removed from the DVD release. In her very first show, her garment gave way, giving the media plenty to talk about and the young model was horribly embarrassed. Davain however has a spy in IMF, and Hunt is going to have to risk his wife and his team to prove he’s innocent.
The original opening credits and theme song are not included as part of the films, and were replaced with simple credit sequences. Though "Coby and the Starhunters" was originally part of the Mon Julpa story arc, the episode isn't included in the feature version. This was also the first DVD release not to contain a secret blooper reel of footage from filming as an easter egg. However, she was far from giving up and headed back out with designers such as Michael Kors, Greg Kadel, Valentino and Oscar de la Renta, among many others. The film also suggests that there has been a strong tendency by those in positions of power to keep this central principle hidden from the public.
She also worked with Victoria?s Secret, appearing first in a fashion show with their lingerie and then became a Victoria?s Secret Angel in 2006.
Besides cutting the theme song of the series, many other small modifications were made for the home video releases, most notably changes to the soundtrack. Beyond catwalk modeling, she has appeared on the cover of Vogue, both the French and the Japanese versions, as well as French and Numero magazine. Some of these individuals, at their Web sites, promote the film and their connection to it.
The model has done some acting, too, making guest appearances on television shows like Two and a Half Men and Entourage.
Other people involved in the film, who have spoken of their strong belief in the Law of Attraction include Esther Hicks and Jerry Hicks (original edition only), Mike Dooley, Bob Doyle, David Schirmer, and Marci Shimoff.
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