A-Z Movies list / Categories

Star Wars: Despecialized Edition

Star Wars

Star Wars Original Trilogy Despecialized Edition
Harmy's Despecialized Edition, also known as Star Wars: Despecialized, is a series of edited Star Wars movies that have been modified by fans to look like the Star Wars movies did when they originally came out, without the changes that have been made in retrospect , and in higher quality. The series consists of the first three releases of the Star Wars series: A New Hope, The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi. The series was put together by a group of Star Wars fans led by Petr "Harmy" Harmáček.
The original Star Wars trilogy was released in cinema by 20th Century Fox for Lucasfilm between 1977 and 1983. As the films were released on home media formats such as VHS and DVD, versions were changed that were original films. The first were the "Special Edition" editions of 1997, which changed the films significantly, including adding new scenes and using computer graphics in old scenes. These new releases received mixed criticism in their time. The original films are no longer available from official sources, so the only Star Wars films still sold are the editions that have been reworked.

The Empire Strikes Back

Return of the Jedi