On the ancient Sith world of Moraband, Yoda faces the evil of the Sith.
Yoda undergoes training to uncover the secret to immortality.
Yoda is troubled after hearing Qui-Gon Jinn's voice from beyond the grave.
The Jedi renew their investigation into the disappearance of Sifo-Dyas.
Jar Jar Binks and Mace Windu must find a missing Queen.
An ancient prophecy threatens the spiritual balance of the world Bardotta.
Clovis' deal with the Separatists backfires and brings war to Scipio.
Anakin and Padmé's relationship is strained to the point of breaking.
Padmé Amidala helps an untrustworthy friend uncover a deadly conspiracy.
Fives is accused of treason and hunted by fellow clone troopers.
Fives uncovers a mysterious construct in all clone troopers' brains.
ARC trooper Fives finds a secret buried in the Kaminoan cloning program.
A clone trooper suffers a mysterious mental illness and kills a Jedi.
With Ahsoka captured and on trial for murders she didn't commit, she is expelled from the Jedi Order. She is now being prosecuted in the High Courts by Admiral Tarkin, while Anakin hunts for the real murderer.
Ahsoka is on the run from the Republic in the deepest levels of the Coruscant underworld. Her search for answers leads to a surprising alliance, as she needs all the help she can get to unravel the conspiracy and stay ahead of the law.
When Ahsoka confronts the prime suspect in the Jedi Temple bombing, she suddenly finds herself accused of an unthinkable crime. Anakin argues Ahsoka's innocence, but the young Padawan finds herself running out of alternatives.
Luke Skywalker and a motley group of rebels and robots battle the evil Darth Vadar in the first part of George Lucas' epic sci-fi trilogy. Superb combination of sci-fi, action and comedy made this a box-office smash!
Star Wars Trilogy movie trailer - starring Harrison Ford, Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, Alec Guinness. Directed by George Lucas. Genre: Action-Adventure
Check out a sneak preview of Darth Maul's Sith training regiment as the Republic struggles on how to handle the new threat.
The Star Wars characters show up in some of the funniest Spike commercials.
It's a Star Wars Stuffed Thanksgiving Marathon all weekend long. Tune-in and look for keywords and enter online for a chance to win a complete STAR WARS prize pack!
Thirty years ago one phenomenon was taking the world by storm and to celebrate Spike will show an all day marathon May 22 starting at 1PM ET.
Some things just get better with age and Star Wars is no exception. Spike celebrates with an all day marathon on Saturday, May 22 starting at 1PM ET.
Thirty years of Star Wars, that calls for a celebration! Catch an all day movie marathon Saturday May 22 starting at 1PM ET.
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In this featurette from the Lucasfilm video archives, sound designer Ben Burtt discusses the evolution of Darth Vader's iconic, ominous breathing.
In the original script, Darth Vader was described as a 'strange dark being, in some kind of a life-support system.' As a result, Burtt originally created many sounds for Vader: his heart audibly beating, gears turning as he moved, and more. This turned out to be too much, however, and was scaled back to just his mechanical lungs -- which became a classic movie sound effect, and remains a defining feature of the Dark Lord of the Sith.
Ben Burtt, legendary sound designer of the Star Wars films, talks about creating Chewbacca's voice in this vintage interview.
The first voice that Burtt worked on in Star Wars was Chewbacca's, but in the script, there was little direction as to what a Wookiee would sound like. It had to be alien and an intelligent language, but not recognizable.
In one of Burtt's first meetings with George Lucas, the director suggested that bears might be suitable. For a year, Burtt collected the grunts and roars of bears, along with the sounds of walruses, lions, and many other animals. By extracting little bits from each recording, Burtt could identify sounds based on emotions -- anger, affection, etc. He cut those together in a way that could match how the character's mouth moved, as well as convey feelings and language. The resulting mix formed the basis of Chewbacca's iconic voice.
Dennis Muren (Visual Effects) talks about shooting the Endor Forest scenes.
Dennis Muren (Visual Effects) talks about creating thoughtful visual effects.
Featurette for The Empire Strikes Back takes a look at the asteroid scene along with the original storyboards.
Dennis Muren (Visual Effects) talks about the difficulty of shooting different effects in different locations.
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