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The Star Wars Holiday Special (17-Nov-1978)

Directors: David Acomba; Steve Binder

Writers: George Lucas; Pat Proft; Leonard Ripps; Bruce Vilanch; Rod Warren

Keywords: Sci-Fi, Action/Adventure, Christmas, Star Wars, Robots

George Lucas: "If I had a hammer, I'd track down every bootleg copy and smash it."

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Bea Arthur
Actor
13-May-1922 25-Apr-2009 Maude and The Golden Girls
Marty Balin
Musician
30-Jan-1942   Lead singer of Jefferson Airplane
Art Carney
Actor
4-Nov-1918 9-Nov-2003 Ed Norton on The Honeymooners
Diahann Carroll
Singer
17-Jul-1935   Claudine
Anthony Daniels
Actor
21-Feb-1946   C-3PO
Carrie Fisher
Actor
21-Oct-1956   Princess Leia in Star Wars
Harrison Ford
Actor
13-Jul-1942   Han Solo in Star Wars
Don Francks
Actor
28-Feb-1932   Walter on La Femme Nikita
Mark Hamill
Actor
25-Sep-1951   Luke Skywalker in Star Wars
Art James
Game Show Host
15-Oct-1929 28-Mar-2004 Announcer for Concentration
James Earl Jones
Actor
17-Jan-1931   Voice of Darth Vader and CNN
Paul Kantner
Musician
17-Mar-1941   Jefferson Airplane
Harvey Korman
Comic
15-Feb-1927 29-May-2008 The Carol Burnett Show
Peter Mayhew
Actor
19-May-1944   Chewbacca in Star Wars

REVIEWS

Review by Way Gone Daddy (posted on 29-May-2005)

This thing is notoriously bad. It must be seen to be believed. There is no official release of it on video, I'm sure due to George Lucas' embarrassment. However, there are bootleg copies on the Internet. It's worth hunting it down just to experience it. It's like a car wreck; you know you should look away, but you are powerless to take your eyes off it.


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