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Entertainment Weekly Shares Bonus ROTJ Footage From Making Of Jedi eBook
Posted by Eric on October 22, 2013 at 04:45 PM CST |
Entertainment Weekly joins Yahoo! Movies and Mashable in promoting the new making-of eBooks that Lucasfilm just released. The eBooks bring J.W. Rinzler's invaluable Making of Star Wars, Empire, and Jedi to digital devices, along with tons of new audio and video bonus material. In EW's Return of the Jedi clip:
...we see Han Solo (Harrison Ford) calling Jabba the Hutt out as a “slimy piece of worm-eating filth” (a slight variation on the “worm-ridden filth” line from the film) while Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill) warns the Hutt to “free us or die” as crew members look on. Reading Jabba’s lines are none other than ROTJ director Richard Marquand, who also shouts out orders to stuntman Dicky Beer, who plays Jabba’s skiff guard Barada. The scene ends with everyone — cast and crew — looking off and marveling at something in the distance while Harrison Ford informs a woman on the crew of his character’s current post-hibernation vision status: “George said I can see now. It’s blurry, but I can see.”
You can watch the clip from the making of Jedi over at EW.

J.W. Rinzler's books are available in "enhanced edition" eBook format now. You can find purchase links their product pages.
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