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  • Actors: Harrison Ford, Ewan McGregor, Mark Hamill, Hayden Christensen, Carrie Fisher
  • Directors: George Lucas, Irvin Kershner, Richard Marquand
  • Format: Box set
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: Spanish, French, Dutch, Portuguese, Finnish, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish
  • Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: English
  • Audio Description: English
  • Region: All Regions (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 9
  • Classification: 12
  • Studio: 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 12 Sept. 2011
  • Run Time: 772 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (724 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B005HNV2OS
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 115 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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This nine-disc collection brings the wonder of the entire saga direct to your living room, where you can revisit all of your favourite Star Wars moments in gorgeous high definition and with pristine 6.1 DTS Surround Sound. Dive deeper into the universe with an unprecedented 40+ hours of special features, highlighted by never-before-seen content sourced from the Lucasfilm archives.

The comprehensive collection also features numerous deleted, extended and alternate scenes, new documentaries and a cross-section of the countless Star Wars spoofs that have appeared in pop culture over the past three decades.

Marking the first time ever that the full Saga is available in one complete collection, this Blu-ray box set also features a coveted peek into the making of the Saga with vintage documentaries, audio commentaries, behind-the-scenes moments, interviews, prop and costume turnarounds, retrospectives and more.

Disc One--Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace
  • Audio commentary with George Lucas, Rick McCallum, Ben Burtt, Rob Coleman, John Knoll, Dennis Muren and Scott Squires
  • Audio commentary from archival interviews with cast and crew
  • Languages: English audio description, Spanish, French, Quebecois and Portuguese
  • Subtitles: English for the hard of hearing, Spanish, French, Quebecois, Dutch, Portuguese, Finnish, Swedish, Norwegian and Danish / Commentary: English for the hard of hearing
  • Runtime: Approx. 130 minutes
Disc Two--Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones
  • Audio commentary with George Lucas, Rick McCallum, Ben Burtt, Rob Coleman, Pablo Helman, John Knoll and Ben Snow
  • Audio commentary from archival interviews with cast and crew 
  • Languages: English audio description, Spanish, French, Quebecois and Portuguese
  • Subtitles: English for the hard of hearing, Spanish, French, Quebecois, Dutch, Portuguese, Finnish, Swedish, Norwegian and Danish / Commentary: English for the hard of hearing
  • Runtime: Approx. 136 minutes
Disc Three--Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith
  • Audio commentary with George Lucas, Rick McCallum, Rob Coleman, John Knoll and Roger Guyett
  • Audio commentary from archival interviews with cast and crew
  • Languages: English audio description, Spanish, French, Quebecois and Portuguese
  • Subtitles: English for the hard of hearing, Spanish, French, Dutch, Portuguese, Finnish, Swedish, Norwegian and Danish / Commentary: English for the hard of hearing
  • Runtime: Approx. 134 minutes
Disc Four--Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope
  • Audio commentary with George Lucas, Carrie Fisher, Ben Burtt and Dennis Muren
  • Audio commentary from archival interviews with cast and crew 
  • Languages: English audio description, Spanish, French and Portuguese
  • Subtitles: English for the hard of hearing, Spanish, French, Dutch, Portuguese, Finnish, Swedish, Norwegian and Danish / Commentary: English for the hard of hearing
  • Runtime: Approx. 119 minutes
Disc Five--Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back
  • Audio commentary with George Lucas, Irvin Kershner, Carrie Fisher, Ben Burtt and Dennis Muren
  • Audio commentary from archival interviews with cast and crew 
  • Languages: English audio description, Spanish, French and Portuguese
  • Subtitles: English for the hard of hearing, Spanish, French, Dutch, Portuguese, Finnish, Swedish, Norwegian and Danish / Commentary: English for the hard of hearing
  • Runtime: Approx. 122 minutes
Disc Six--Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi
  • Audio commentary with George Lucas, Carrie Fisher, Ben Burtt and Dennis Muren
  • Audio commentary from archival interviews with cast and crew
  • Languages: English audio description, Spanish, French and Portuguese
  • Subtitles: English for the hard of hearing, Spanish, French, Dutch, Portuguese, Finnish, Swedish, Norwegian and Danish / Commentary: English for the hard of hearing
  • Runtime: Approx. 130 minutes
Disc Seven--Star Wars: Episodes I-III Archives
  • Including deleted, extended and alternate scenes
  • Prop, maquette and costume turnarounds
  • Matte paintings and concept art
  • Supplementary interviews with cast and crew
  • A flythrough of the Lucasfilm archives and more
Disc Eight--Star Wars: Episodes IV-VI Archives
  • Including deleted, extended and alternate scenes
  • Prop, maquette and costume turnarounds
  • Matte paintings and concept art
  • Supplementary interviews with cast and crew and more
Disc Nine--The Star Wars Documentaries
  • Star Warriors (2007, Approximately 84 minutes)--Some Star Wars fans want to collect action figures... these fans want to be action figures. A tribute to the 501st Legion, a global organisation of Star Wars costume enthusiasts, this insightful documentary shows how the super-fan club promotes interest in the films through charity and volunteer work at fundraisers and high-profile special events around the world.
  • A Conversation with the Masters: The Empire Strikes Back 30 Years Later (2010, Approximately 25 minutes)--George Lucas, Irvin Kershner, Lawrence Kasdan and John Williams look back on the making of The Empire Strikes Back in this in-depth retrospective from Lucasfilm created to help commemorate the 30th anniversary of the movie.
  • Star Wars Spoofs (2011, Approximately 91 minutes)--The farce is strong with this one. Enjoy a hilarious collection of Star Wars spoofs and parodies that have been created over the years, including outrageous clips from Family Guy, The Simpsons, How I Met Your Mother and more. And don’t miss “Weird Al” Yankovic’s one-of-a-kind music video tribute to The Phantom Menace.
  • The Making of Star Wars (1977, Approximately 49 minutes)--Learn the incredible behind-the-scenes story of how the original Star Wars movie was brought to the big screen in this fascinating documentary hosted by C-3PO and R2-D2. Includes interviews with George Lucas and appearances by Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford and Carrie Fisher.
  • The Empire Strikes Back: SPFX (1980, Approximately 48 minutes)--Learn the secrets of making movies in a galaxy far, far away. Hosted by Mark Hamill, this revealing documentary offers behind-the-scenes glimpses into the amazing special effects that transformed George Lucas’ vision for Star Wars and The Empire Strikes Back into reality.
  • Classic Creatures: Return of the Jedi (1983, Approximately 48 minutes)--Go behind the scenes--and into the costumes--as production footage from Return of the Jedi is interspersed with vintage monster movie clips in this in-depth exploration of the painstaking techniques utilised by George Lucas to create the classic creatures and characters seen in the film. Hosted and narrated by Carrie Fisher and Billie Dee Williams.
  • Anatomy of a Dewback (1997, Approximately 26 minutes)--See how some of the special effects in Star Wars became even more special two decades later. George Lucas explains and demonstrates how his team transformed the original dewback creatures from immovable rubber puppets (in the original 1977 release) to seemingly living, breathing creatures for the Star Wars 1997 Special Edition update.
  • Star Wars Tech (2007, Approximately 46 minutes)--Exploring the technical aspects of Star Wars vehicles, weapons and gadgetry, Star Wars Tech consults leading scientists in the fields of physics, prosthetics, lasers, engineering and astronomy to examine the plausibility of Star Wars technology based on science as we know it today.

Customer Reviews

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372 of 391 people found the following review helpful By Steve D on 21 Sept. 2011
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
First and foremost, this is the best I've seen the original trilogy at home in terms of picture quality, which should be a given really with blu-ray. In Star Wars and Empire particularly there's a superb level of depth and detail which injects even more life into Lucas's idea of a 'used' universe. Jedi wavers a bit, but I've always found that it suffers in comparison, on whatever format - and it definitely picks up in the second half once all the smokey, dark interiors disappear. With the prequels, TPM perhaps isn't as good and appears a bit flat but, by the time you get to Sith, the image is fairly jaw-dropping.

The sound's the thing, though. If you've got the set up for it, they sound absolutely stunning. John Williams' marvellous scores sound better than ever (the chase through the asteroid field is demo material for the sound, I think). The dialogue is clear, the sound effects placed just about right in the mix. When the special editions were released I went to see them in a THX certified cinema, and I think these sound even better than that. During the attack on the Falcon the TIE fighters sound like they're flying around the room

As for the changes, well I understand anyone who's chosen not to buy the set and, in some ways, I wish I'd done so myself. In fact, I lost count of the number of times I ordered and cancelled it before finally caving in and going ahead. I first saw Star Wars in early '78 when my folks took me to Leicester Square to see it on my birthday, and that's the version I want to remember and own. I agree with much of the criticism of Lucas for his constant revisionism. He's messing with my fond childhood memories of these wonderful films, as he is doing so for many, many others, and we all have a right to say so.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Ben30 on 27 Feb. 2015
Format: Blu-ray
Scrap the old 2004 Special edition DVD Trilogy either sell it or throw it out

gets this new blu-ray version of all 6 Star wars films
I did briefly watch Episodes 1,2,3 just to observe the picture quality, i do like the prequels
but i'm a much bigger fan of 4,5,6 mainly cause i grew up watching New Hope, Empire strikes back, Return of the Jedi
i've seen those films since the early VHS days around the mid 80's to be exact
so i watch all of 4,5,6 to observe the blu-ray quality, i was very impressed
the Picture quality for all 6 films looks amazingly beautiful, No grain or Dirt at all much better than the old DVD release
plus the Audio quality has been boosted up to a 6.1 Master audio mix which does a make big difference in the sound quality for sure
sounds incrdible on my surround sound system
all the films are in their correct widescreen ratio of 2:35:1

i mainly bought this blu-ray set cause of episodes 4,5,6, the special edition versions of them thou with added footage
i wasn't sure to buy it or not
cause the runtimes on the back cover of this U.K. release did not match the Runtimes on the U.S. release
so i did some research, it turns out the U.S. release is ALL REGIONS, ABC letters are printed on the bottom of the box
aswell as on the Discs aswell which meant the films runtimes on the U.S. release match the U.K. release, i still wasn't convinced
so i took a risk and bought this U.K. release
i went ahead and played New Hope & while watching it i checked out the screens runtime of the film
New Hope is the same exact version of the U.S.
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467 of 511 people found the following review helpful By Picard TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 12 Sept. 2011
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
After salvaging all nine discs in a product that seems to have an ever-expanding waistline (requiring me to hibernate from 'real life' for the past two days!), I may find it particularly difficult to make valued judgements without the fear of "true fans" protesting bias through pure anarchy. And thats all the fuss has ever been. Anarchy against the principle of making changes to successful films.

None the less, this review is concerned with the product in question and to help potential customers make a choice; I'm not overly concerned with the validity of George Lucas' decision making. I also aim to compare these Blu-rays with the 1997 and 2004 'Special Edition' releases of Star Wars.

The Product:

Presented in an beautiful thick card box, we have a product that immediately feels special. The cover is matte, with a simple painting of Anakin and Luke choosing their fates in a vast open land. Some have criticised this imagery since it doesn't reflect the original promotions of each film, but I actually believe it to be a bold and sincere move that accurately reflects one of the primary themes of the film; realising ones destiny. It almost demonstrates maturity in comparison to the previous efforts.

The films are housed on separate Blu-ray discs in a chunky 'amaray' case that slides out. Inside, you'll find a 'Guide To The Galaxy' booklet (paintings and a map of the extras), and if you pre-ordered, a special Senitype 35mm cel from Revenge of The Sith. All cels have the same image, and they are limited to a specific amount.

Loading the Blu-rays is quick and, thankfully, there are NO adverts before you reach the menus. Terrific!
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