George Lucas Defends The Star Wars Special Editions, Insists Unaltered Versions Of The OT Will Never Be Released

George Lucas’ Star Wars special edition cuts were divisive when first released, leading the filmmaker to launch a defense against their criticisms. Lucas’ original trilogy films were released in 1977, 1980, and 1983 respectively. Upon the release of the first chronological Star Wars

movie – Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace – Lucas revisited the original films and updated them with several changes, additions, and CGI upgrades. They have since been dubbed the Star Wars special editions, with some changes being well-received and others notably less so.


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