Lucasfilm and Disney: Make the 52 unmade episodes of "Star Wars: The Clone Wars"
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"Star Wars: The Clone Wars" is a beloved TV series that has been highly successful, both critically and financially, and has had highly successful merchandising sales, and the 52 unmade episodes of this groundbreaking animated TV series deserve to be made(including the unmade episodes that have been made into comic books, comic book miniseries, and novels) and released via Netflix, Disney Direct, and other digital platforms, and Blu-ray releases. After all of this has been done, there should be a complete series release on Blu-ray that contains the entire series in chronological order, including any previously-unreleased-on-DVD-&-Blu-ray director's cut versions of episodes, and the theatrically released movie, as well as all of the previous extras from all of the previous releases of the series and the movie, all the trailers & TV spots for the series and the movie, and the "Star Wars"-website-exclusive "Clone Wars Download" videos. There should also be seperate 4-disc Blu-ray sets that do this.
Save "Star Wars: The Clone Wars" we must!
All canonical "Star Wars" stories from literature(including storybooks and comic books) and video games(including mobile video games) should be turned into animated projects. Animated projects that tell new versions of the "Star Wars: The Force Unleashed" stories that are set in the main "Star Wars" continuity should be made. Some of these animated projects should have an art style that's a cross between the art style of "Star Wars: The Clone Wars" and the art style of "Star Wars: Rebels". The films "Caravan of Courage: An Ewok Adventure" and "Ewoks: The Battle For Endor" should be considered canonical to the main "Star Wars" continuity. There should be a new "Star Wars: The Clone Wars" movie that takes place a few months into the Clone Wars and is based on "Star Wars: Clone Wars - Volume 1". There should be an animated TV series that shows C3-PO & R2-D2's adventures that occurred between the events of "Star Wars - Episode 3: Revenge of The Sith" and "Star Wars: Rebels", is based on all of the C3-PO & R2-D2 stories from all forms of media that are under the "Star Wars Legends" banner, has the theme song for the TV series "Star Wars: Droids", "Trouble Again"(performed by Stewart Copeland), being used for its intro, and uses the music score of "Star Wars: Droids".
Recommendations For New Blu-ray Releases For "Star Wars - Episodes 1-6", "Caravan of Courage: An Ewok Adventure" and "Ewoks: The Battle For Endor", Etc:
"Star Wars - Episodes 1-6" should be released in 3-disc/4-disc Blu-ray sets that have all previous extras from all previous DVD & Blu-ray releases of the films, as well as any previous documentaries, behind-the-scenes featurettes, interviews, and other things that have not been seen on DVD or Blu-ray, and all trailers, TV spots, & radio spots for each film(including those for re-releases). "The Star Wars Holiday Special" should be included in the Blu-ray set for "Star Wars - Episode 4: A New Hope" and burned-in subtitles should be added to it for when the wookies speak. The Blu-ray sets for the Original Trilogy films should include 3 versions of the films: the original versions, the Special Edition versions(in their 1997 forms, their 2004 forms, and their 2011 forms), and new definitive versions that are basically the original versions but with the Special Edition changes & additions that fans like. Use the following for reference: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLa0pLSAuZw3y4CdpdfaW_icS27oHVtXJ8. The definitive versions should also include scenes that were not included in the original versions or the Special Edition versions. The Blu-ray set for "Star Wars - Episode 4: A New Hope" should also include the "lost cut" of that film. The interviews between George Lucas and Leonard Maltin for the Original Trilogy films should be included, with the option to play them before the Original Trilogy films, whether you decide to watch the original versions, the definitive versions, or the Special Edition versions. The Blu-ray sets for the Prequel Trilogy films should include both the theatrical versions of the films and new extended versions of the films. There should be the option to watch either version of "Star Wars - Episode 1: The Phantom Menace" with either the CGI Yoda or the puppet Yoda. There should be the option to watch any of the versions of "Star Wars - Episode 6: Return of The Jedi" with either "Victory Celebration" or "Yub Nub" being played at the end. The contents of the bonus material DVD from the 2004 "Star Wars: The Original Trilogy" DVD set and the "Story of Star Wars" DVD should be given a Blu-ray release that consists of either 1 or 2 discs and includes the original, unreleased cut of "Empire of Dreams: The Story of The Star Wars Trilogy" that contains a segment on "The Star Wars Holiday Special". "Caravan of Courage: An Ewok Adventure" and "Ewoks: The Battle For Endor" should be given a double feature Blu-ray release that contains extras, including commentaries for the films by Eric Walker and Warwick Davis, the behind-the-scenes documentary for "Caravan of Courage: An Ewok Adventure" that Eric Walker and Warwick Davis made on-set during that film's production, all TV spots & foreign theatrical trailers for the films, and the TV ad for "Caravan of Courage: An Ewok Adventure" that, due to George Lucas not approving it, was not released. "Star Wars: Clone Wars"(the 2003 micro-series) should be released on Blu-ray in a 2-disc set that contains all the extras from the previous DVD releases of "Star Wars: Clone Wars" and gives the option to watch "Star Wars: Clone Wars - Volume 1" and "Star Wars: Clone Wars - Volume 2" in either their original micro-series forms or in their movie forms that they were presented in on the previous DVD releases. Each of these Blu-ray sets should include a slip cover, and each Blu-ray set's case should have a reversable sleeve, with the 2nd side of the sleeve having a different front cover art piece than that of the 1st side of the sleeve and the slip cover.
"Star Wars - Episode 1: The Phantom Menace":
Front cover art: http://image.tmdb.org/t/p/original/tMZ3CqGx6JrEGLx1kodb1pilvDp.jpg.
"Star Wars - Episode 2: Attack of The Clones":
"Star Wars - Episode 3: Revenge of The Sith":
"Star Wars - Episode 4: A New Hope":
"Star Wars - Episode 5: The Empire Strikes Back":
Front cover art: http://www.movieposter.com/posters/archive/main/33/MPW-16998.
"Star Wars - Episode 6: Return of The Jedi":
"Caravan of Courage: An Ewok Adventure" And "Ewoks: The Battle For Endor":
"Star Wars: Clone Wars - The Complete Micro-Series":
Disc 1 art: http://epguides.com/StarWarsCloneWars/cast.jpg.
Blu-ray releases like these should be made for the previous "Indiana Jones" films and the TV series "The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles".
There should be a computer-animated "Indiana Jones" TV series that has an art style that's a cross between the art style of "Star Wars: The Clone Wars" and the art style of "Star Wars: Rebels", and covers Indiana Jones's adult adventures that occurred before the events of "Indiana Jones And The Temple of Doom", covers Indiana Jones's adventures that occurred between the events of the films, and uses all of the "Indiana Jones" stories from all non-film & non-TV-series forms of media, including tabletop RPGs, board games, the unreleased comic book miniseries "Indiana Jones And The Lost Horizon" and "Indiana Jones: The Dance of Death", the unmade video game "Indiana Jones And The Iron Phoenix", and the mobile video game "Indiana Jones Adventure World".
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