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Star Wars Episode 6 Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi
Der zweite Todesstern, der den Untergang der Rebellen besiegeln soll, steht kurz vor der Vollendung. Die Rebellen beordern ihre gesamten Streitmächte zum Mond Endor, um von dort gegen das Imperium zu kämpfen. Unterdessen kehrt Luke nach Dagobah. Alternativ ist der Film auch unter dem Titel Star Wars: Episode VI – Die Rückkehr der Jedi-Ritter bekannt. Inhaltsverzeichnis. 1 Handlung; 2 Einordnung in das Star. vagryttaren.se - Kaufen Sie Star Wars: Episode VI - Die Rückkehr der Jedi-Ritter (Original Kinoversion + Special Edition, 2 DVDs) günstig ein. Qualifizierte. Episode VI – Die Rückkehr der Jedi-Ritter ist der sechste und letzte Teil der Star Wars-Reihe von. Episode VI - Die Rückkehr der Jedi-Ritter - Die Handlung. Han Solo ist gefunden. Jabba der Hutte versteckt sich auf Tatooine in einer Burg, die einst von den.
vagryttaren.se: Die „Star Wars“-Trilogie aus „Episode 4 bis 6“ wird gerne als Meisterwerk bezeichnet. Dabei wird übersehen, dass „Episode. Star Wars: Episode VI - Die Rückkehr der Jedi-Ritter ein Film von Richard Marquand mit Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford. Inhaltsangabe: Jabba der Hutte befindet. Alternativ ist der Film auch unter dem Titel Star Wars: Episode VI – Die Rückkehr der Jedi-Ritter bekannt. Inhaltsverzeichnis. 1 Handlung; 2 Einordnung in das Star.
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Item specifics Condition: Used: An item that has been used previously. His journey carries the movie as he moves closer to his confrontation with Darth Vader and his fate.
The other Rebel characters certainly work in his shadow. In fact only Leia's character is developed in ROTJ, Solo's character seems to fade as the facets of his personality have become too familiar in the first two films.
Their roles are consigned to working alongside the Rebels to destroy an all new Death Star that nears completion.
This time the Emperor himself is overseeing the final stages of construction. The Empire intends to crush the Rebellion once and for all, while the Emperor himself schemes to bring the now powerful Skywalker to his side to work alongside or is that replace?
Darth Vader. The Emperor is a different kind of evil for this film, less cunning than Governor Tarkin Peter Cushing from "Star Wars", more deeply psychologically dark than anything else.
Played brilliantly by Ian McDiarmid, the Emperor is just one of those characters you love to hate. All the other actors are well entrenched in their roles.
Hamill surprises as the more wisened Luke, making his character's progression from whiny teenager, impatient student to enlightened warrior one of the few real character developments of the series.
Ford's role is waring thin, as all his charm and charisma was spent in the first two films -- he was the REAL star of the first film after all.
Fisher's Leia is more of a prop, at least unti the end of the film where she learns things about herself that she was never sure about Despite the film's corny forest battle involving the Ewoks and the Empire, it ends well and includes a three way battle sequence: on Endor, in space and on the Death Star, each with very impressive special effects.
The music, as always, is brilliant and captures the mood perfectly in every instance. Lucas left the ending open to interpretation, meaning there could have been more episodes made.
ROTJ works when given a chance, and furry cute animals aside is a good finish to the series. When all six episodes get to be viewed together, this saga could well be the best ever made.
Is it already? The addition of Episode I changed the landscape of the series. This is why "Return of the Jedi" can now be viewed in a different light and be given a whole new appreciation nearly 20 years after its release.
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Director: Richard Marquand. Added to Watchlist. From metacritic. June's Most Anticipated Streaming Titles. In the film, the Galactic Empire , under the direction of the ruthless Emperor , is constructing a second Death Star in order to crush the Rebel Alliance once and for all.
Since the Emperor plans to personally oversee the final stages of its construction, the Rebel Fleet launches a full-scale attack on the Death Star in order to prevent its completion and kill the Emperor, effectively bringing an end to his hold over the galaxy.
Steven Spielberg , David Lynch and David Cronenberg were considered to direct the project before Marquand signed on as director. The production team relied on Lucas' storyboards during pre-production.
While writing the shooting script, Lucas, Kasdan, Marquand, and producer Howard Kazanjian spent two weeks in conference discussing ideas to construct it.
Strict secrecy surrounded the production. The film was released in theaters on May 25, , six years to the day of the release of the first film, receiving mostly positive reviews.
Disguised as a bounty hunter , Princess Leia infiltrates the palace under the pretense of collecting the bounty on Chewbacca and unfreezes Han, but is caught and enslaved.
Luke soon arrives to bargain for his friends' release, but Jabba drops him through a trapdoor to be executed by a rancor. After Luke kills the rancor, Jabba sentences him, Han, and Chewbacca to death by being fed to the Sarlacc , a huge, carnivorous plant -like desert beast.
Having hidden his new lightsaber inside R2-D2 , Luke frees himself and battles Jabba's guards while Leia uses her chains to strangle Jabba to death.
As the others rendezvous with the Rebel Alliance , Luke returns to Dagobah to complete his training with Yoda , whom he finds is dying.
The Rebel Alliance learns that the Empire has been constructing a second Death Star under the supervision of the Emperor himself.
As the station is protected by an energy shield, Han leads a strike team to destroy the shield generator on the forest moon of Endor ; doing so would allow a squadron of starfighters to destroy the Death Star.
Luke and Leia accompany the strike team to Endor in a stolen Imperial shuttle. Luke and his companions encounter a tribe of Ewoks and, after an initial conflict, gain their trust.
Later, Luke tells Leia that she is his sister, Vader is their father, and that he must confront him. Surrendering to Imperial troops, he is brought before Vader, and fails to convince his father to reject the dark side of the Force.
Vader takes Luke to the Death Star to meet the Emperor, intending to turn him to the dark side. The Emperor reveals that the Imperial forces are prepared for a Rebel assault on the shield generator and that the Rebel Fleet will fall into a trap.
On the forest moon of Endor, Han's team is captured by Imperial forces, but a counterattack by the Ewoks allow the Rebels to infiltrate the shield generator.
Meanwhile, Lando Calrissian in the Millennium Falcon and Admiral Ackbar lead the rebel assault on the second Death Star only to find that the Death Star's shield is still active, and the Imperial fleet waits for them.
The Emperor reveals to Luke that the Death Star is fully operational and orders the firing of its massive superlaser, destroying one of the Rebel starships.
The Emperor tempts Luke to give in to his anger. Luke attacks him, but Vader intervenes and the two engage in another lightsaber duel.
Vader senses that Luke has a sister and threatens to turn her to the dark side. Enraged, Luke severs Vader's prosthetic hand.
The Emperor entreats Luke to kill Vader and take his place, but Luke refuses, declaring himself a Jedi like his father before him. Furious, the Emperor tortures Luke with Force lightning.
Unwilling to let his son die, Vader throws the Emperor down a reactor shaft to his death but is mortally electrocuted in the process. At his father's last request, Luke removes Vader's mask, and the redeemed Anakin Skywalker dies in his son's arms.
After the strike team destroys the shield generator, Lando leads a group of Rebel fighters into the Death Star's core.
As the Falcon escapes the Death Star's superstructure and Luke escapes on a shuttle with his father's body, the station explodes.
Luke cremates his father's body on a pyre before reuniting with his friends. Warwick Davis appears as Wicket W. Warrick , an Ewok who leads Leia and eventually her friends to the Ewok tribe.
Baker was originally cast as Wicket, but was replaced by Davis after falling ill with food poisoning on the morning of the shoot.
Davis had no previous acting experience and was cast only after his grandmother had discovered an open call for dwarfs for the new Star Wars film.
To portray the numerous alien species featured in the film a multitude of puppeteers, voice actors, and stunt performers were employed.
Nien Nunb was portrayed by Richard Bonehill in costume for full body shots, while he was otherwise a puppet operated by Mike Quinn and his voice was provided by Kipsang Rotich.
Rose also operated Salacious Crumb , whose voice was provided by Mark Dodson. Quinn also played Ree-Yees and Wol Cabbashite.
Sy Snootles was a marionette operated by Rose and Quinn, while her voice was provided by Annie Arbogast.
Others included Simon J. Larry Ward portrays the Huttese language voice with Quinn, among other roles, controlling the eyes.
As with the previous film, Lucas personally financed Return of the Jedi. Lucas also chose not to direct Return of the Jedi himself, and started searching for a director.
Lucas may have directed some of the second unit work personally as the shooting threatened to go over schedule; this is a function Lucas had willingly performed on previous occasions when he had only officially been producing a film e.
Lucas did operate the B camera on the set a few times. The screenplay was written by Lawrence Kasdan and Lucas with uncredited contributions by David Peoples and Marquand , based on Lucas' story.
Kasdan claims he told Lucas that Return of the Jedi was "a weak title", and Lucas later decided to name the film Revenge of the Jedi.
Instead, the production team relied on Lucas' story and rough draft in order to commence work with the art department. When it came time to formally write a shooting script , Lucas, Kasdan, Marquand and Kazanjian spent two weeks in conference discussing ideas; Kasdan used tape transcripts of these meetings to then construct the script.
The issue of whether Harrison Ford would return for the final film arose during pre-production. Unlike the other stars of the first film, Ford had not contracted to do two sequels, and Raiders of the Lost Ark had made him an even bigger star.
I played a very important part in bringing Harrison back for Return of the Jedi. Harrison, unlike Carrie Fisher and Mark Hamill signed only a two picture contract.
That is why he was frozen in carbonite in The Empire Strikes Back. When I suggested to George we should bring him back, I distinctly remember him saying that Harrison would never return.
I said what if I convinced him to return. George simply replied that we would then write him in to Jedi. I called Phil who said he would speak with Harrison.
When I called back again, Phil was on vacation. David, his son, took the call and we negotiated Harrison's deal.
When Phil returned to the office several weeks later he called me back and said I had taken advantage of his son in the negotiations.
I had not. But agents are agents. Ford suggested that Han Solo be killed through self-sacrifice. Kasdan concurred, saying it should happen near the beginning of the third act to instill doubt as to whether the others would survive, but Lucas was vehemently against it and rejected the concept.
Luke Skywalker was also to have walked off alone and exhausted like the hero in a Spaghetti Western but, according to Kurtz, Lucas opted for a happier ending to encourage higher merchandise sales.
Yoda was originally not meant to appear in the film, but Marquand strongly felt that returning to Dagobah was essential to resolve the dilemma raised by the previous film.
For instance, the Ewoks were going to be Wookiees  and the Millennium Falcon would be used in the arrival at the forest moon of Endor.
Following the defeat of the Emperor, the film was originally intended to end with Obi-Wan Kenobi and Yoda returning to life from their spectral existence in the Force , along with Anakin Skywalker, thanks to Yoda being able to prevent him from becoming one with the Force.
They would then join the rest of the characters in their celebration on Endor. Filming began on January 11, , and lasted through May 20, , a schedule six weeks shorter than The Empire Strikes Back.
The first stage of production started with 78 days at Elstree Studios in England,  where the film occupied all nine stages.
The shoot commenced with a scene later deleted from the finished film where the heroes get caught in a sandstorm as they leave Tatooine.
The production team made several attempts, but were unable to create an adequate result. Lucas eventually relented and decided to film the rancor as a high-speed puppet.
One of two "skeletal" post-production units shooting background matte plates spent a day in Death Valley.
Harrison Ford altered some scenes during the shoot, causing Billy Dee Williams to forget some of his lines, which was a source of frustration for Marquand.
John Williams composed and conducted the film's musical score with performances by the London Symphony Orchestra. Orchestration credits also include Thomas Newman.
Sony Classical Records acquired the rights to the classic trilogy scores in after gaining the rights to release the second trilogy soundtracks The Phantom Menace and Attack of the Clones.
The set was released with the new artwork mirroring the first DVD release of the film. Despite the Sony digital re-mastering, which minimally improved the sound heard only on high-end stereos, this release is essentially the same as the RCA Victor release.
Meanwhile, special effects work at ILM quickly stretched the company to its operational limits. Of about special effects shots,  all VistaVision optical effects remained in-house, since ILM was the only company capable of using the format, while about 4-perf opticals were subcontracted to outside effects houses.
Return of the Jedi ' s theatrical release took place on May 25, It was originally slated to be May 27, but was subsequently changed to coincide with the date of the release of the original Star Wars film.
At the time of its release, the film was advertised on posters and merchandise as simply Star Wars: Return of the Jedi , despite its on-screen "Episode VI" distinction.
The original film was later re-released to theaters in Along with the two other films in the original trilogy, Return of the Jedi was re-released on March 7, , with a number of changes and additions , which included the insertion of several alien band members and a different song in Jabba's throne room, the modification of the Sarlacc to include a beak, the replacement of music at the closing scene, and a montage of different alien worlds celebrating the fall of the Empire.
The original teaser trailer for the film carried the name Revenge of the Jedi. By that time thousands of "Revenge" teaser posters with artwork by Drew Struzan had been printed and distributed.
The original theatrical version of Return of the Jedi was released on VHS and Laserdisc several times between and ,  followed by releases of the Special Edition in the same formats between and Some of these releases contained featurettes; some were individual releases of just this film, while others were boxed sets of all three original films.
On September 21, , all three original films were released in a boxed set on DVD with additional changes made by George Lucas.
Also included were teasers, trailers, TV spots, still galleries, and a demo for Star Wars: Battlefront.
With the release of Episode III: Revenge of the Sith , which depicts how and why Anakin Skywalker turned to the dark side of the Force, Lucas once again altered Return of the Jedi to bolster the relationship between the original trilogy and the prequel trilogy.
The original and Special Edition versions of Return of the Jedi featured British theater actor Sebastian Shaw playing both the dying Anakin Skywalker and his ghost.
All three films in the original unaltered Star Wars trilogy were later released, individually, on DVD on September 12, These versions were originally slated to only be available until December 31, , although they remained in print until May and were packaged with the versions again in a new box set on November 4,Thalia: Infos zu Autor, Inhalt und Bewertungen ❤ Jetzt»Star Wars™ - Episode VI - Die Rückkehr der Jedi-Ritter«nach Hause oder Ihre Filiale vor Ort bestellen! Weitere Darsteller "Episode VI – Die Rückkehr der Jedi-Ritter" ist der sechste und vormals letzte Teil der Star-Wars-Reihe von George Lucas aus dem Jahre. Star Wars: Episode VI - Die Rückkehr der Jedi-Ritter ein Film von Richard Marquand mit Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford. Inhaltsangabe: Jabba der Hutte befindet. vagryttaren.se: Die „Star Wars“-Trilogie aus „Episode 4 bis 6“ wird gerne als Meisterwerk bezeichnet. Dabei wird übersehen, dass „Episode. September Später wurde das Motiv optisch mit einem Airbrush-Effekt versehen. August mit allen drei Filmen der Originalen-Trilogie in einem Paket. Eine See more war der jährige Ian McDiarmidder in die Rolle des Imperators schlüpfte und hierfür täglich mehrere Stunden mit dem Auftragen seiner Maske zubrachte. Es ist lediglich ihr Schritt click Han zurückzuholen. Der in Karbonit tiefgefrorene Körper von Han Solo befindet sich nun im Besitz von Jabbader ihn in seiner Wüstenfestung auf Tatooine als bizarren Wandschmuck aufgestellt hat. Kurz darauf werden sie jedoch von Jabba und seinen Leuten entdeckt und Be. gustav skarsgГҐrd can wird zu Chewbacca ins Verlies geworfen. Often derided for its overly 'cute' factor, ROTJ is in a sense as strong as continue reading original and only slightly less impressive than the nearly perfect "The Empire Strikes Back". Best Special Effects. Archived from the original on March 26, Alternate Versions. Retrieved September 26,