Three years after the smash hit Star Wars, George Lucas returns with a stunning sequel, Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back. This expansion of the original story did not rehash its predecessor, but instead further explored the universe and deepened the emotional stakes of the saga.
Since the 20 year specialized versions were released in the late nineties, along with improvements in home theater technology including DVD and Blu Ray accessibility, fans have been relentless in asking for a high-definition version of the original trilogy in its original theatrical form. Fan editor Harmy stepped up to the plate and has created what Lucasfilms would not - despecialized versions of Episodes 4, 5 and 6.
Join Beezo and Greg as they discuss the Empire Strikes Back and Harmy's efforts in preserving the original trilogy of Star Wars.