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8mm Documentary from Star Wars Set – Original Footage By Jeff Broz

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  1. Wow, just wow! A blast from the past. Incredible piece of film-making. All hand-made, real sets, no CGI crap.That’s why the original trilogy is so much better than the new one.

  2. I am glad that some of you are enjoying watching this, because as a non-fan, I feel like I legitimately just wasted seven minutes of my life. But what did I expect? This is really my own fault.

  3. What Ben said! This is some of the best behind the scenes footage I’ve seen because it honestly feels like I shouldn’t be watching it. It’s not what the directors or producers want us to see. Just raw movie history. So much love. Thank you for uploading.

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  7. Thanks to Carrie Fisher! Wow that’s what I call a real behind the scene footage. If you’re a Star Wars fan you can follow me on Twitter @unikjedi I post everything I find about George Lucas’s films

  8. Thanks to Carrie Fisher! Wow that’s what I call a real behind the scene footage. If you’re a Star Wars fan you can follow me on Twitter @unikjedi I post everything I find about George Lucas’s films

  9. Thanks to Carrie Fisher! Wow that’s what I call a real behind the scene footage. If you’re a Star Wars fan you can follow me on Twitter @unikjedi I post everything I find about George Lucas’s films

  10. Thanks to Carrie Fisher! Wow that’s what I call a real behind the scene footage. If you’re a Star Wars fan you can follow me on Twitter @unikjedi I post everything I find about George Lucas’s films

  11. I dont minde a little bit bit of CGI but when %95 of the movie is CGI like in the prequels it just looks stupid and emotionless like a zombie made it. Why is George Lucas so against making large sets? The sets themselves were a work of art!! Its a shame they tore them down. As Indiana Jones would say they belong in a museum!!!

  12. I dont minde a little bit bit of CGI but when %95 of the movie is CGI like in the prequels it just looks stupid and emotionless like a zombie made it. Why is George Lucas so against making large sets? The sets themselves were a work of art!! Its a shame they tore them down. As Indiana Jones would say they belong in a museum!!!

  13. I dont minde a little bit bit of CGI but when %95 of the movie is CGI like in the prequels it just looks stupid and emotionless like a zombie made it. Why is George Lucas so against making large sets? The sets themselves were a work of art!! Its a shame they tore them down. As Indiana Jones would say they belong in a museum!!!

  14. I dont minde a little bit bit of CGI but when %95 of the movie is CGI like in the prequels it just looks stupid and emotionless like a zombie made it. Why is George Lucas so against making large sets? The sets themselves were a work of art!! Its a shame they tore them down. As Indiana Jones would say they belong in a museum!!!

  15. I dont minde a little bit bit of CGI but when %95 of the movie is CGI like in the prequels it just looks stupid and emotionless like a zombie made it. Why is George Lucas so against making large sets? The sets themselves were a work of art!! Its a shame they tore them down. As Indiana Jones would say they belong in a museum!!!

  16. I dont minde a little bit bit of CGI but when %95 of the movie is CGI like in the prequels it just looks stupid and emotionless like a zombie made it. Why is George Lucas so against making large sets? The sets themselves were a work of art!! Its a shame they tore them down. As Indiana Jones would say they belong in a museum!!!

  17. I dont minde a little bit bit of CGI but when %95 of the movie is CGI like in the prequels it just looks stupid and emotionless like a zombie made it. Why is George Lucas so against making large sets? The sets themselves were a work of art!! Its a shame they tore them down. As Indiana Jones would say they belong in a museum!!!

  18. I dont minde a little bit bit of CGI but when %95 of the movie is CGI like in the prequels it just looks stupid and emotionless like a zombie made it. Why is George Lucas so against making large sets? The sets themselves were a work of art!! Its a shame they tore them down. As Indiana Jones would say they belong in a museum!!!

  19. I dont minde a little bit bit of CGI but when %95 of the movie is CGI like in the prequels it just looks stupid and emotionless like a zombie made it. Why is George Lucas so against making large sets? The sets themselves were a work of art!! Its a shame they tore them down. As Indiana Jones would say they belong in a museum!!!

  20. I dont minde a little bit bit of CGI but when %95 of the movie is CGI like in the prequels it just looks stupid and emotionless like a zombie made it. Why is George Lucas so against making large sets? The sets themselves were a work of art!! Its a shame they tore them down. As Indiana Jones would say they belong in a museum!!!

  21. I dont minde a little bit bit of CGI but when %95 of the movie is CGI like in the prequels it just looks stupid and emotionless like a zombie made it. Why is George Lucas so against making large sets? The sets themselves were a work of art!! Its a shame they tore them down. As Indiana Jones would say they belong in a museum!!!

  22. I dont minde a little bit bit of CGI but when %95 of the movie is CGI like in the prequels it just looks stupid and emotionless like a zombie made it. Why is George Lucas so against making large sets? The sets themselves were a work of art!! Its a shame they tore them down. As Indiana Jones would say they belong in a museum!!!

  23. I dont minde a little bit bit of CGI but when %95 of the movie is CGI like in the prequels it just looks stupid and emotionless like a zombie made it. Why is George Lucas so against making large sets? The sets themselves were a work of art!! Its a shame they tore them down. As Indiana Jones would say they belong in a museum!!!

  24. I dont minde a little bit bit of CGI but when %95 of the movie is CGI like in the prequels it just looks stupid and emotionless like a zombie made it. Why is George Lucas so against making large sets? The sets themselves were a work of art!! Its a shame they tore them down. As Indiana Jones would say they belong in a museum!!!

  25. I dont minde a little bit bit of CGI but when %95 of the movie is CGI like in the prequels it just looks stupid and emotionless like a zombie made it. Why is George Lucas so against making large sets? The sets themselves were a work of art!! Its a shame they tore them down. As Indiana Jones would say they belong in a museum!!!

  26. I dont minde a little bit bit of CGI but when %95 of the movie is CGI like in the prequels it just looks stupid and emotionless like a zombie made it. Why is George Lucas so against making large sets? The sets themselves were a work of art!! Its a shame they tore them down. As Indiana Jones would say they belong in a museum!!!

  27. I dont minde a little bit bit of CGI but when %95 of the movie is CGI like in the prequels it just looks stupid and emotionless like a zombie made it. Why is George Lucas so against making large sets? The sets themselves were a work of art!! Its a shame they tore them down. As Indiana Jones would say they belong in a museum!!!

  28. I dont minde a little bit bit of CGI but when %95 of the movie is CGI like in the prequels it just looks stupid and emotionless like a zombie made it. Why is George Lucas so against making large sets? The sets themselves were a work of art!! Its a shame they tore them down. As Indiana Jones would say they belong in a museum!!!

  29. I dont minde a little bit bit of CGI but when %95 of the movie is CGI like in the prequels it just looks stupid and emotionless like a zombie made it. Why is George Lucas so against making large sets? The sets themselves were a work of art!! Its a shame they tore them down. As Indiana Jones would say they belong in a museum!!!

  30. i think you shoul watch the lord of the rings „behind the scenes“ by costa botes. no inerview or narration, just shooting moments with stage noises. it’s awesome !

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  44. i think you shoul watch the lord of the rings „behind the scenes“ by costa botes. no inerview or narration, just shooting moments with stage noises. it’s awesome !

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  47. Great video. Guys, the reason there is no sound is because this was shot on 8mm film. The camera that was used likely did not have sound capabilities. This was filmed in the early ’80s when your only options for filming were either a film camera or seriously crappy vhs camera. In terms of picture quality, film was the better option back then. After filming, this guy actually had to send the film cartriges off to be developed at a lab before he could watch it using a film projector. How times hav

  48. Great video. Guys, the reason there is no sound is because this was shot on 8mm film. The camera that was used likely did not have sound capabilities. This was filmed in the early ’80s when your only options for filming were either a film camera or seriously crappy vhs camera. In terms of picture quality, film was the better option back then. After filming, this guy actually had to send the film cartriges off to be developed at a lab before he could watch it using a film projector. How times hav

  49. Great video. Guys, the reason there is no sound is because this was shot on 8mm film. The camera that was used likely did not have sound capabilities. This was filmed in the early ’80s when your only options for filming were either a film camera or seriously crappy vhs camera. In terms of picture quality, film was the better option back then. After filming, this guy actually had to send the film cartriges off to be developed at a lab before he could watch it using a film projector. How times hav

  50. Great video. Guys, the reason there is no sound is because this was shot on 8mm film. The camera that was used likely did not have sound capabilities. This was filmed in the early ’80s when your only options for filming were either a film camera or seriously crappy vhs camera. In terms of picture quality, film was the better option back then. After filming, this guy actually had to send the film cartriges off to be developed at a lab before he could watch it using a film projector. How times hav

  51. Great video. Guys, the reason there is no sound is because this was shot on 8mm film. The camera that was used likely did not have sound capabilities. This was filmed in the early ’80s when your only options for filming were either a film camera or seriously crappy vhs camera. In terms of picture quality, film was the better option back then. After filming, this guy actually had to send the film cartriges off to be developed at a lab before he could watch it using a film projector. How times hav

  52. Great video. Guys, the reason there is no sound is because this was shot on 8mm film. The camera that was used likely did not have sound capabilities. This was filmed in the early ’80s when your only options for filming were either a film camera or seriously crappy vhs camera. In terms of picture quality, film was the better option back then. After filming, this guy actually had to send the film cartriges off to be developed at a lab before he could watch it using a film projector. How times hav

  53. Great video. Guys, the reason there is no sound is because this was shot on 8mm film. The camera that was used likely did not have sound capabilities. This was filmed in the early ’80s when your only options for filming were either a film camera or seriously crappy vhs camera. In terms of picture quality, film was the better option back then. After filming, this guy actually had to send the film cartriges off to be developed at a lab before he could watch it using a film projector. How times hav

  54. Great video. Guys, the reason there is no sound is because this was shot on 8mm film. The camera that was used likely did not have sound capabilities. This was filmed in the early ’80s when your only options for filming were either a film camera or seriously crappy vhs camera. In terms of picture quality, film was the better option back then. After filming, this guy actually had to send the film cartriges off to be developed at a lab before he could watch it using a film projector. How times hav

  55. Great video. Guys, the reason there is no sound is because this was shot on 8mm film. The camera that was used likely did not have sound capabilities. This was filmed in the early ’80s when your only options for filming were either a film camera or seriously crappy vhs camera. In terms of picture quality, film was the better option back then. After filming, this guy actually had to send the film cartriges off to be developed at a lab before he could watch it using a film projector. How times hav

  56. Great video. Guys, the reason there is no sound is because this was shot on 8mm film. The camera that was used likely did not have sound capabilities. This was filmed in the early ’80s when your only options for filming were either a film camera or seriously crappy vhs camera. In terms of picture quality, film was the better option back then. After filming, this guy actually had to send the film cartriges off to be developed at a lab before he could watch it using a film projector. How times hav

  57. Great video. Guys, the reason there is no sound is because this was shot on 8mm film. The camera that was used likely did not have sound capabilities. This was filmed in the early ’80s when your only options for filming were either a film camera or seriously crappy vhs camera. In terms of picture quality, film was the better option back then. After filming, this guy actually had to send the film cartriges off to be developed at a lab before he could watch it using a film projector. How times hav

  58. Great video. Guys, the reason there is no sound is because this was shot on 8mm film. The camera that was used likely did not have sound capabilities. This was filmed in the early ’80s when your only options for filming were either a film camera or seriously crappy vhs camera. In terms of picture quality, film was the better option back then. After filming, this guy actually had to send the film cartriges off to be developed at a lab before he could watch it using a film projector. How times hav

  59. Great video. Guys, the reason there is no sound is because this was shot on 8mm film. The camera that was used likely did not have sound capabilities. This was filmed in the early ’80s when your only options for filming were either a film camera or seriously crappy vhs camera. In terms of picture quality, film was the better option back then. After filming, this guy actually had to send the film cartriges off to be developed at a lab before he could watch it using a film projector. How times hav

  60. Great video. Guys, the reason there is no sound is because this was shot on 8mm film. The camera that was used likely did not have sound capabilities. This was filmed in the early ’80s when your only options for filming were either a film camera or seriously crappy vhs camera. In terms of picture quality, film was the better option back then. After filming, this guy actually had to send the film cartriges off to be developed at a lab before he could watch it using a film projector. How times hav

  61. Great video. Guys, the reason there is no sound is because this was shot on 8mm film. The camera that was used likely did not have sound capabilities. This was filmed in the early ’80s when your only options for filming were either a film camera or seriously crappy vhs camera. In terms of picture quality, film was the better option back then. After filming, this guy actually had to send the film cartriges off to be developed at a lab before he could watch it using a film projector. How times hav

  62. Great video. Guys, the reason there is no sound is because this was shot on 8mm film. The camera that was used likely did not have sound capabilities. This was filmed in the early ’80s when your only options for filming were either a film camera or seriously crappy vhs camera. In terms of picture quality, film was the better option back then. After filming, this guy actually had to send the film cartriges off to be developed at a lab before he could watch it using a film projector. How times hav

  63. Great video. Guys, the reason there is no sound is because this was shot on 8mm film. The camera that was used likely did not have sound capabilities. This was filmed in the early ’80s when your only options for filming were either a film camera or seriously crappy vhs camera. In terms of picture quality, film was the better option back then. After filming, this guy actually had to send the film cartriges off to be developed at a lab before he could watch it using a film projector. How times hav

  64. Great video. Guys, the reason there is no sound is because this was shot on 8mm film. The camera that was used likely did not have sound capabilities. This was filmed in the early ’80s when your only options for filming were either a film camera or seriously crappy vhs camera. In terms of picture quality, film was the better option back then. After filming, this guy actually had to send the film cartriges off to be developed at a lab before he could watch it using a film projector. How times hav

  65. Great video. Guys, the reason there is no sound is because this was shot on 8mm film. The camera that was used likely did not have sound capabilities. This was filmed in the early ’80s when your only options for filming were either a film camera or seriously crappy vhs camera. In terms of picture quality, film was the better option back then. After filming, this guy actually had to send the film cartriges off to be developed at a lab before he could watch it using a film projector. How times hav

  66. Great video. Guys, the reason there is no sound is because this was shot on 8mm film. The camera that was used likely did not have sound capabilities. This was filmed in the early ’80s when your only options for filming were either a film camera or seriously crappy vhs camera. In terms of picture quality, film was the better option back then. After filming, this guy actually had to send the film cartriges off to be developed at a lab before he could watch it using a film projector. How times hav

  67. Wooooah, hold on here!?

    No green screens?
    Actual actors?
    A gigantic, ornate, beautiful, physical set????
    No special edition treatment?
    Boba Fett!?

    Ok gags up, who directed this!? (hint: they did it right in 83′)

  68. Wooooah, hold on here!?

    No green screens?
    Actual actors?
    A gigantic, ornate, beautiful, physical set????
    No special edition treatment?
    Boba Fett!?

    Ok gags up, who directed this!? (hint: they did it right in 83′)

  69. Wooooah, hold on here!?

    No green screens?
    Actual actors?
    A gigantic, ornate, beautiful, physical set????
    No special edition treatment?
    Boba Fett!?

    Ok gags up, who directed this!? (hint: they did it right in 83′)

  70. Wooooah, hold on here!?

    No green screens?
    Actual actors?
    A gigantic, ornate, beautiful, physical set????
    No special edition treatment?
    Boba Fett!?

    Ok gags up, who directed this!? (hint: they did it right in 83′)

  71. Wooooah, hold on here!?

    No green screens?
    Actual actors?
    A gigantic, ornate, beautiful, physical set????
    No special edition treatment?
    Boba Fett!?

    Ok gags up, who directed this!? (hint: they did it right in 83′)

  72. Wooooah, hold on here!?

    No green screens?
    Actual actors?
    A gigantic, ornate, beautiful, physical set????
    No special edition treatment?
    Boba Fett!?

    Ok gags up, who directed this!? (hint: they did it right in 83′)

  73. Wooooah, hold on here!?

    No green screens?
    Actual actors?
    A gigantic, ornate, beautiful, physical set????
    No special edition treatment?
    Boba Fett!?

    Ok gags up, who directed this!? (hint: they did it right in 83′)

  74. Wooooah, hold on here!?

    No green screens?
    Actual actors?
    A gigantic, ornate, beautiful, physical set????
    No special edition treatment?
    Boba Fett!?

    Ok gags up, who directed this!? (hint: they did it right in 83′)

  75. Wooooah, hold on here!?

    No green screens?
    Actual actors?
    A gigantic, ornate, beautiful, physical set????
    No special edition treatment?
    Boba Fett!?

    Ok gags up, who directed this!? (hint: they did it right in 83′)

  76. Wooooah, hold on here!?

    No green screens?
    Actual actors?
    A gigantic, ornate, beautiful, physical set????
    No special edition treatment?
    Boba Fett!?

    Ok gags up, who directed this!? (hint: they did it right in 83′)

  77. Wooooah, hold on here!?

    No green screens?
    Actual actors?
    A gigantic, ornate, beautiful, physical set????
    No special edition treatment?
    Boba Fett!?

    Ok gags up, who directed this!? (hint: they did it right in 83′)

  78. Wooooah, hold on here!?

    No green screens?
    Actual actors?
    A gigantic, ornate, beautiful, physical set????
    No special edition treatment?
    Boba Fett!?

    Ok gags up, who directed this!? (hint: they did it right in 83′)

  79. Wooooah, hold on here!?

    No green screens?
    Actual actors?
    A gigantic, ornate, beautiful, physical set????
    No special edition treatment?
    Boba Fett!?

    Ok gags up, who directed this!? (hint: they did it right in 83′)
    

  80. Wooooah, hold on here!?

    No green screens?
    Actual actors?
    A gigantic, ornate, beautiful, physical set????
    No special edition treatment?
    Boba Fett!?

    Ok gags up, who directed this!? (hint: they did it right in 83′)

  81. In all seriousness, this footage needs to be professionally transferred and preserved, not just videotaped off a movie screen. You have a real treasure here.

  82. In all seriousness, this footage needs to be professionally transferred and preserved, not just videotaped off a movie screen. You have a real treasure here.

  83. In all seriousness, this footage needs to be professionally transferred and preserved, not just videotaped off a movie screen. You have a real treasure here.

  84. In all seriousness, this footage needs to be professionally transferred and preserved, not just videotaped off a movie screen. You have a real treasure here.

  85. In all seriousness, this footage needs to be professionally transferred and preserved, not just videotaped off a movie screen. You have a real treasure here.

  86. In all seriousness, this footage needs to be professionally transferred and preserved, not just videotaped off a movie screen. You have a real treasure here.

  87. In all seriousness, this footage needs to be professionally transferred and preserved, not just videotaped off a movie screen. You have a real treasure here.

  88. In all seriousness, this footage needs to be professionally transferred and preserved, not just videotaped off a movie screen. You have a real treasure here. 

  89. In all seriousness, this footage needs to be professionally transferred and preserved, not just videotaped off a movie screen. You have a real treasure here.

  90. In all seriousness, this footage needs to be professionally transferred and preserved, not just videotaped off a movie screen. You have a real treasure here.

  91. In all seriousness, this footage needs to be professionally transferred and preserved, not just videotaped off a movie screen. You have a real treasure here.

  92. In all seriousness, this footage needs to be professionally transferred and preserved, not just videotaped off a movie screen. You have a real treasure here.

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