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Star Wars Ewok Adventures - Caravan of Courage & Battle for Endor
     

Star Wars Ewok Adventures - Caravan of Courage & Battle for Endor

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Director: Jim Wheat, John Korty, Dan Fishman, Ken Wheat

Cast: Jim Wheat, John Korty, Dan Fishman, Ken Wheat

 
Viewed by Star Wars fans as either a fascinating side note to Return of the Jedi or as a painfully embarrassing teddy-bear picnic, the made-for-television Ewok films have finally made their way to DVD. The disc features a two-sided presentation consisting of both Ewok films, Caravan of Courage (titled simply The Ewok Adventure in its U.S.

Overview

Viewed by Star Wars fans as either a fascinating side note to Return of the Jedi or as a painfully embarrassing teddy-bear picnic, the made-for-television Ewok films have finally made their way to DVD. The disc features a two-sided presentation consisting of both Ewok films, Caravan of Courage (titled simply The Ewok Adventure in its U.S. television premiere) and the dark, fantasy-flavored sequel The Battle for Endor. Both features are presented in 1.33:1 full-frame and accompanied by closed-captioned audio rendered in 2.0 Dolby Surround Sound. Those familiar with the blurry VHS versions will be ecstatic to see how crisp and carefully cleaned up both of the films' picture qualities have become. Both films' new audio mixes, while not quite up to the high THX standards of the Star Wars DVDs, are quite impressive as they send all the tiny exotic alien planet noises of Endor shooting around the viewer's living room. The fact that no other bonus features are included is a disappointment, as the films are such curious oddities and a making-of documentary would help shed some light on just how they ever came to be and where the film's very young cast is today. Ideal for young Star Wars-crazed children and older Star Wars-crazed super fans, The Star Wars Ewok Adventures DVD is a decent presentation of two of the space fantasy's strangest moments.

Product Details

Release Date:
11/23/2004
UPC:
0024543142270
Rating:
NR
Source:
20th Century Fox
Region Code:
1
Time:
3:10:00

Special Features

Closed Caption; Chapter selection

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Scene Index

Side #1 -- The Battle for Endor
1. Main Titles/Under Attack
2. Captured
3. Ewok Ingenuity
4. New Friends
5. Hospitality
6. "Find Me That Child!"
7. Remembering the Past
8. A Familiar Voice
9. Unlock the Power
10. Jail Break
11. Get Them
12. Into the Woods
13. "Here They Come!"
14. Modern Defense
15. Goodbye
16. End Credits
Side #2 -- Caravan of Courage
1. Main Titles/Lost Children
2. Found
3. In the Village
4. The Sacred Tree
5. Communication
6. Just You and Me
7. A Clue
8. Danger
9. Caravan
10. Ewok Assistance
11. The Long Road
12. Firefolk
13. How Far
14. The Fortress
15. Escape
16. Reunited/End Credits

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Star Wars Ewok Adventures - Caravan of Courage & Battle for Endor 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
these movies were the spin off films of return of the jedi great story and great battle sequences i love the ewoks they are my favorite charecters in star wars thank you george lucas i praise you for making these spin off films they are great
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
My inner-child is delighted to have this. These movies return the audience to the Moon of Endor. They give viewers more of it's Beauty, Magic and Danger. The Ewoks, the fairy-like creatures, Giant Spiders, the Wolf-Monsters and the Gorax - all are so much fun. Their adventures take them to the Ewok Village, through forests, across a dessert, and into caverns. Modern movies still have special affects worse than those found here. So for 30 year old special affects, these are incredible. Mace and Cindel are great characters. The Ewoks are the same characters from Return of the Jedi. All played nicely, good acting. My one complaint is that the movies don't say when this takes place. Is it shortly before or after Return of the Jedi?