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experience the most eagerly anticipated sequel of all time, The Empire Strikes
Back. With the first home video release of Empire still 4 years away, fans
yearning to relive the film at home were able to spin their turntables and
listen to the vinyl LP record “The Adventures of Luke Skywalker”. This album
followed in the footsteps of its predecessor, “The Story of Star Wars”, by
combining the original actors’ dialogue, sound effects, and John Williams’
musical score into a wonderfully edited and condensed version of the film.
Veteran TV actor Malachi Throne completed the album with excellent narration.
Listeners were able to use their imaginations and follow along with the album
while viewing assorted pictures from the film on the inside of the album cover.
Syncing the album’s audio with a variety of video sources, this DVD brings those
album cover pictures to life and gives viewers yet another way to enjoy the
finest film in the Star Wars trilogy….
or past projects: Scotty Balls, Rebel_1138, Coov, russs15, Galactus, Jambe
Davdar, Sluggo, digitalfreaknyc, bigbaddaddyvader, SKot, Laserman, Rikter,
EditDroid team, and of course Jay, Zion, and Moth3r for running
originaltrilogy.com. Sorry to anyone I may have forgotten.
and 768M RAM.
Tools used (Mac OS X unless otherwise noted):
Final Cut Pro
DVD Studio Pro
Apple DVD Player
After Effects (windows)
NFO Creator (windows)
Quick SFV (windows)
Review by Ripplin — August 5, 2008 @ 6:05 pm
Again, an excellent, must have fan edit by MoveAlong and Scotty Balls. Lots of fun, impressive editing, and I loved that you included the read along record as well. Thank you, and I hope you plan to do ROTJ as well! :)