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Special Guests: Roger Christian, Michael Kaminsky, Chris Taylor, Alexandre O. Philippe, Harmy

Guest Co-Host: Mr. Chris

Continuing our Maudit May series, we look at George Lucas’s Star Wars (AKA Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope), the sci-fi film from 1977 that has been rendered unavailable in its original form due to its creator’s tampering.

We’re joined by Outside the Cinema’s Mr. Chris to get nostalgic and discuss how Star Wars may (or may not) have influenced our lives.

Links:

Buy The People Vs. George Lucas on DVD

Buy The Secret History of Star Wars by Michael Kaminsky

Buy How Star Wars Conquered the Universe by Chris Taylor

Read more about Roger Christian’s Black Angel on io9

Watch The Star Wars Holiday Special on YouTube

Watch From Star Wars to Jedi on YouTube

Read about Harmy’s Despecialized Version of Star Wars

Read George Lucas talking about altering films

Listen to Rob St. Mary’s interview with Richard Chew on WDET

Read about the Annotated Star Wars

Read the io9 Star Wars Guide

Read Mike White’s article on Star Wars Rip-Offs

Visit the OriginalTrilogy.com website

Visit the official Star Wars website

Music:

“Double Sunset” – John Williams

“Star Wars” – Dangerous Darrin

“Star Wars Gangsta Rap” – Jason Brannon & Chris Crawford

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About The Author
Mike White
Mike White

Often mistaken for the ginger screenwriter/actor of the same name, Mike White has been a frequent contributor to publications such as CinemaScope, Paracinema, Detroit’s Metro Times, and Detour-Mag.com. He’s served on juries at the Slamdance, Cinekink, MicroCineFest and Kansas City film festivals. Additionally, he’s been featured in the documentaries David Goodis: To a Pulp and The People Vs. George Lucas. In 2010, BearManor Media published Impossibly Funky: A Cashiers du Cinemart Collection. A collection of film reviews, Cinema Detours, will be published in 2013.

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