George Lucas has little to no say in the future of the franchise.
The original unaltered trilogy (also known as George's Original Unaltered Trilogy or GOUT) refers to the original theatrical versions of the first three Star Wars films, before they were modified for the Special Edition and subsequent re-releases. Harmy takes all available versions and hybridizes them, taking the best quality version of each shot, to the point where he even uses multiple sources combined in individual shots to make it as close to the original version as possible. as he kills the Emperor, and replacing Sebastian Shaw as the Force spirit of Anakin Skywalker with Hayden Christensen, who played Anakin in the prequel films. I tested replacing the recomposited lightsabres but it didn't work very well, so I'll only colour correct them to fix stuff like Obi-Wan's sabre being purple in some shots and so on. Star Wars Despecialized Movies Preview ... star.wars.1977.despecialized.720p.x264.ac3.5.1_20200123 Scanner Internet Archive HTML5 Uploader 1.6.4. plus-circle Add Review. doubleofive's List of Lists and Comparisons Author doubleofive Date 27-May-2010, 9:58 AM Author doubleofive Time 27-May-2010 9:58 AM Post link. StarWars .com Official 2004 Changes Preservation. Contentious changes to Return of the Jedi include replacing the song sung by a puppet Sy Snootles with a new song by a CGI Snootles, having Darth Vader yell "No!" Harmy’s Despecialized Edition Cover. Team -1 is scanning 35mm prints of the movies and restoring them as best they can in full 1080p.
No special edition changes, no Blu-ray release changes.
Lucas made all kinds of changes, ranging from new effects to changing voice actors, reordering scenes and new musical choices.
People like Harmy who create despecialized versions of Star Wars go through and correct all kinds of additions and changes that the later special editions added. Hello Greedo (Despecialized edition + Film review) Jeremy Jahns (Despecialized edition + Film review) Chris Stuckmann (Film review only) Star Wars V - The Empire Strikes Back DISC 1 - 50GB Blu-ray Disc MAIN FILM This is the original 1980 version of Star Wars. It’s what people talk about outside of the Star Wars forum (that and 4K77). The most significant (and possibly ominous) change is to the opening crawl, altered to match Empire… Reviews Reviewer: luigi#1 - favorite favorite favorite favorite - May 27, 2020 Subject: The topic is spelt wrong Harmy's Despecialized Edition, also known as Star Wars: The Despecialized Edition, is a fan-created film preservation of the original Star Wars trilogy films Star Wars (1977), The Empire Strikes Back (1980) and Return of the Jedi (1983). “Harmy”) wanted to return the original trilogy to its former beat-up glory.
Much like Topher Grace or Team Negative One, Star Wars fan Petr Harmáček (a.k.a. Enter: the Despecialized Editions . comment. Thanks to a host of small (and mostly insignificant) Disney Plus Star Wars changes, there is plenty new about the original Star Wars trilogy – A New Hope, The Empire Strikes Back, and Return of … For the purist: Star Wars – Despecialized Edition HD by Harmy After all of Lucas’ tinkering, this version is an absolute joy to watch. These sets were repackaged for a November 2006 box-set release. In promoting Star Wars: The Force Awakens, director J.J. Abrams keeps re-iterating that his film is a return to the spirit of the original trilogy. As an appeasement for the much-maligned prequel trilogy, George Lucas presented the original “Star Wars” trilogy to fans both new and old with special editions of all three films in the late 1990s. The Adywan fan-edit of Star Wars: Episode V The Empire Strikes Back is finally available, although you may have to jump through a few hoops to track it … I have way too many lists for my signature to contain them, so I figured I’d make a database for people interested in them. In the wake of Empire's success, Lucas tinkers with the original Star Wars for the first time. Harmy introduces the Despecialized Edition of Star Wars and its sources Originaltrilogy.com forums Awesome article and interview with Harmy on the Despecialized Editions by GAF's very own mandiller - As of October 30, 2012, Disney now owns Lucasfilm and Star Wars. It’s important that all the fans out there (who aren’t as savvy as us) that perfect, comprehensive, community approved versions are out there and easily identifiable. In STAR WARS, just like in Empire, I will be leaving most of the recomposited shots alone, unless there are other changes in the shot, such as noticeably repositioning the elements. If you didn't already know, Harmy's Despecialized Star Wars is a project that is trying to restore a cut of the original theatrical version before any changes were made; that includes changes that happened before the Special Editions came out in 1997.