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Star Wars: Episode VI: Return of the Jedi

Mark Hamill  Actor Harrison Ford  Actor Carrie Fisher  Actor Billy Dee Williams  Actor Anthony Daniels  Actor

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Contains:Adult Situations,Watch With Your Kids,Sci-Fi Violence

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Star Wars: Episode VI: Return of the Jedi

UPC: 024543263937

Studio: 20th Century Fox

MPAA Rating: PG   Contains:[Adult Situations, Watch With Your Kids, Sci-Fi Violence]

Summary: In the final episode of the Star Wars saga, Han Solo (Harrison Ford) emerges intact from the carbonite casing in which he'd been sealed in The Empire Strikes Back. The bad news is that Solo, together with Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill) and Princess Leia (Carrie Fisher), is prisoner to the grotesque Jabba the Hutt. But with the help of the charismatic Lando Calrissian (Billy Dee Williams), our heroes and our heroine manage to escape. The next task is to rid the galaxy of Darth Vader (body by David Prowse, voice by James Earl Jones) and the Emperor (Ian McDiarmid), now in command of a new, under-construction Death Star. On the forest moon Endor, the good guys enlist the help of a feisty bunch of bear-like creatures called the Ewoks in their battle against the Empire. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Category: Science Fiction

Awards: Best Art Direction – Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Best Art Direction – Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Best Art Direction – Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Best Art Direction – Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Best Original Score – Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Best Sound – Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Best Sound – Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Best Sound – Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Best Sound – Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Best Sound Effects – Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Special Achievement – Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Special Achievement – Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Special Achievement – Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Special Achievement – Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Best Picture – People's Choice Awards

Features: cc
Disc one:
Star Wars: Episode VI Return of the Jedi with commentary by George Lucas, Ben Burtt, Dennis Muren and Carrie Fisher
DVD-Rom Weblink to exclusive Star Wars content
Disc 2:
Original theatrical (1983) version of Return of the Jedi
Lego Star Wars II video game demo and trailer

Star Wars: Episode VI: Return of the Jedi

Format: DVD

Release Date: 09/12/2006

Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1 Cinemascope

Audio: DD5.1 Dolby Digital 5.1

Runtime: 136 Minutes

Sides: 2

Number of Discs: 2

Language(s) English,Spanish,French

Subtitles: English

Region: USA & territories, Canada

Chapters: Disc #1 -- Star Wars: Episode VI: Return of the Jedi [1997]
1. Opening Logos [:22]
2. Return of the Jedi [1:34]
3. Vader's Unexpected Visit [1:34]
4. Arrival at Jabba's Palace [1:34]
5. A Message and a Gift [:28]
6. The Max Rebo Band [:28]
7. The Price for Chewbacca [:28]
8. Free From the Carbonite [2:36]
9. Enter the Jedi [:39]
10. "Oh No! The Rancor!" [:20]
11. On the Sail Barge [2:11]
12. The Sarlacc Pit [4:10]
13. The Emperor Arrives [1:59]
14. Yoda's Twilight [3:13]
15. A Certain Point of View [4:33]
16. Rebel Briefing [2:58]
17. Lending the Falcon [4:28]
18. The Emperor's Instructions [1:51]
19. Flying Casual [6:15]
20. Arrival on Endor [1:48]
21. Speeder Bike Chase [5:44]
22. Leia Meets Wicket [3:06]
23. Vader's Report [3:12]
24. An Ewok Trap [1:56]
25. The Golden God [:52]
26. Campfire Stories [2:30]
27. Brother and Sister [1:48]
28. Luke Surrenders [3:57]
29. Rebel Recon [3:37]
30. The Alliance Fleet [1:28]
31. Back Door [4:13]
32. Luke and the Emperor [3:51]
33. "It's a Trap!" [2:21]
34. Ewok Attack [4:15]
35. Fully Operational [3:36]
36. The Battle Rages [:45]
37. The Dark Side Beckons [:59]
38. The Ewoks Turn the Tide [2:13]
39. Father Vs. Son [3:14]
40. Taking the Bunker [3:22]
41. A Jedi's Fury [3:43]
42. The Shield Is Down [1:57]
43. Force Lightning [2:04]
44. Vader's Redemption [:59]
45. Into the Death Star [3:15]
46. Anakin Unmasked [1:58]
47. Death Star Destroyed [:56]
48. Funeral Pyre [2:59]
49. Celebration [:31]
50. End Credits [:49]
Disc #2 -- Star Wars: Episode VI: Return of the Jedi [1983]
1. Opening Logos [:21]
2. Return of the Jedi [1:34]
3. Vader's Unexpected Visit [3:05]
4. Arrival at Jabba's Palace [3:09]
5. A Message and a Gift [4:11]
6. The Max Rebo Band [1:33]
7. The Price for Chewbacca [3:11]
8. Free From the Carbonite [4:33]
9. Enter the Jedi [2:58]
10. "Oh No! The Rancor!" [4:28]
11. On the Sail Barge [1:35]
12. The Sarlacc Pit [6:13]
13. The Emperor Arrives [1:48]
14. Yoda's Twilight [5:44]
15. A Certain Point of View [3:05]
16. Rebel Briefing [:06]
17. Lending the Falcon [3:05]
18. The Emperor's Instructions [1:56]
19. Flying Casual [:52]
20. Arrival on Endor [2:30]
21. Speeder Bike Chase [1:48]
22. Leia Meets Wicket [3:57]
23. Vader's Report [3:37]
24. An Ewok Trap [1:28]
25. The Golden God [4:13]
26. Campfire Stories [3:51]
27. Brother and Sister [2:21]
28. Luke Surrenders [4:16]
29. Rebel Recon [3:35]
30. The Alliance Fleet [:45]
31. Back Door [:59]
32. Luke and the Emperor [2:13]
33. "It's a Trap!" [3:14]
34. Ewok Attack [3:22]
35. Fully Operational [2:38]
36. The Battle Rages [1:05]
37. The Dark Side Beckons [1:57]
38. The Ewoks Turn the Tide [2:04]
39. Father Vs. Son [:59]
40. Taking the Bunker [3:15]
41. A Jedi's Fury [1:58]
42. The Shield Is Down [:56]
43. Force Lightning [2:59]
44. Vader's Redemption [:31]
45. Into the Death Star [:49]
46. Anakin Unmasked [1:42]
47. Death Star Destroyed [1:53]
48. Funeral Pyre [2:24]
49. Celebration [2:51]
50. End Credits [:36]

Derek Armstrong

Considered by some a mild failure after the tantalizingly unresolved and morally complicated The Empire Strikes Back, Return of the Jedi nonetheless was a gigantic box-office hit and a beloved conclusion to the trilogy that would change science fiction filmmaking -- and, indeed, modern mythology -- forever. Overrun by furry Ewoks, the sixth episode in the planned nine-part story represented George Lucas' turn toward kiddie sensibilities, which he would continue in force with the much-reviled Jar Jar Binks character in Star Wars, Episode I: The Phantom Menace. Still, with C3PO constantly getting himself into slapstick jams that inspired endless doomsday whining, the saga had always included silly bursts of comic relief, and the Ewoks only furthered that trend. Paradoxically, Jedi is in some ways the most adult film of the series, delving into the dangerous morass of Luke Skywalker's mounting hatred, including images of rage and emotional torture to rival those of Empire. The improving special effects were the true stars of the third installment, among them a memorable Tatooine clash with Jabba the Hutt's minions, a breathtaking speeder bike chase through the trees, and the climactic battles with the Ewoks vs. the walking battle droids and the Millennium Falcon vs. the rebuilt Death Star. Of course, more soap-opera style revelations continued to reinforce the grandeur of the epic story line. Often thought of as the least effective of the original three Star Wars movies, Jedi's inferiority is relative, to say the least. Lucas' trilogy created such a vast empire of devoted fans that any chance to see laser blasts and light sabers sent them flocking to the multiplexes, instantly forgiving the sometimes hammy dialogue and overly theatrical acting for the opportunity to absorb more of the magic. ~ Derek Armstrong, Rovi

Cast and Crew: David Barclay  Actor 
Warwick Davis  Actor 
Katie Purvis  Actor 
Dan Frishman  Actor 
J.J. Jackson  Actor 
Peter Mandell  Actor 
Lars Green  Actor 
Annie Arbogast  Actor 
Kevin Thompson  Actor 
Debbie Lee Carrington  Actor 
Phil Fondacaro  Actor 
Alan Bennett  Actor 
Margarita Fernandez  Actor 
Dave Emann  Actor 
Tom Mannion  Actor 
Caroline Blakiston  Actor 
Femi Taylor  Actor 
Danny Blackner  Actor 
Linda Spriggs  Actor 
Daniel Rodgers  Actor 
Pip Miller  Actor 
Felix Silla  Actor 
Ray Armstrong  Actor 
Nicholas Read  Actor 
John Pedrick  Actor 
Jeremy Bulloch  Actor 
Malcolm Dixon  Actor 
Kiran Shah  Actor 
Andrew Herd  Actor 
Mike Cottrell  Actor 
Michael Gilden  Actor 
Tony Cox  Actor 
Toby Philpott  Actor 
Peter Burroughs  Actor 
Bill Lytle  Actor 
Trevor Jones  Actor 
Adam Bareham  Actor 
Claire Davenport  Actor 
Jack Purvis  Actor 
Michael Edmonds  Actor 
Paul Grant  Actor 
Mary Selway  Actor 
Richard Jones  Actor 
Sadie Corré  Actor 
Lawrence Kasdan  Screenwriter 
Howard Kazanjian  Producer 
George Lucas  Executive Producer 
George Lucas  Screenwriter 
Richard Marquand  Director 
John Williams  Composer (Music Score) 
Mark Hamill  Actor 
Harrison Ford  Actor 
Carrie Fisher  Actor 
Billy Dee Williams  Actor 
Anthony Daniels  Actor 
Peter Mayhew  Actor 
Ian McDiarmid  Actor 
David Prowse  Actor 
James Earl Jones  Actor 
Alec Guinness  Actor 
Frank Oz  Actor 
Sebastian Shaw  Actor 
Kenny Baker  Actor 
Michael Pennington  Actor 
Kenneth Colley  Actor 
Michael Carter  Actor 
Denis Lawson  Actor 
Tim Rose  Actor 
Dermot Crowley  Actor 

Country: USA