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Harmy's Return Of The Jedi - Despecialized Edition Remastered (v2.5) MKV


Harmy's Return of the Jedi - Despecialized Edition Remastered (v2.5) MKV


If you are a fan of the original Star Wars trilogy, you may have heard of Harmy's Despecialized Edition, a fan-created film preservation project that aims to restore the theatrical versions of the films in high definition. The project was led by Petr HarmÃÄek, a Czech English teacher who goes by the online alias Harmy. He and a team of eight other fans used various sources, such as the 2011 Blu-ray releases, the 1993 LaserDisc releases, and other rare prints and scans, to reconstruct the films as they were shown in theaters between 1977 and 1983.


One of the films that Harmy worked on was Return of the Jedi, the third and final installment of the original trilogy. The film follows the Rebel Alliance as they launch a final attack on the Galactic Empire and its second Death Star, while Luke Skywalker confronts his father Darth Vader and his master Emperor Palpatine. The film was originally released on May 25, 1983, and was later re-released with several changes by George Lucas in 1997, 2004, and 2011. These changes included new scenes, altered dialogue, new sound effects, new music, and new CGI effects.


Harmy's Despecialized Edition of Return of the Jedi is a high quality replica of the out-of-print theatrical version of the film. It is based on the 2011 Blu-ray release for most of the material, but it removes or replaces all of the changes made by Lucas over the years. It also restores some of the original color grading, film grain, and audio mix. The result is a faithful recreation of how the film looked and sounded when it first premiered in 1983.


The latest version of Harmy's Despecialized Edition of Return of the Jedi is v2.5, which was released in 2016. It features improved image quality, better color correction, more accurate audio synchronization, and some minor fixes and tweaks. The file format is MKV, which is a multimedia container that can hold multiple video and audio tracks, subtitles, and chapter points. The video resolution is 720p (1280x720 pixels), and the audio tracks include English stereo and surround sound options.


Harmy's Despecialized Edition of Return of the Jedi is not an official release by Lucasfilm or Disney, and it cannot be legally bought or sold. It is intended to be shared among legal owners of the officially available releases only. It is also a tribute to the original Star Wars trilogy and its cultural and historical significance. As Harmy himself said: \"I love Star Wars and I just want to be able to watch it again.\"One of the most noticeable differences between the theatrical and special editions of Return of the Jedi is the ending scene. In the original version, the film ends with a celebration on the forest moon of Endor, where the Ewoks and the Rebels rejoice over the destruction of the Death Star and the defeat of the Empire. The music is a cheerful and upbeat tune called \"Yub Nub\", sung by the Ewoks in their native language. We also see some shots of other planets in the galaxy celebrating, such as Tatooine, Bespin, and Coruscant.


In the special editions, however, the ending scene is changed significantly. The music is replaced by a more solemn and orchestral piece called \"Victory Celebration\", composed by John Williams. The shots of other planets are also updated with new CGI effects and locations, such as Naboo from the prequel trilogy. The most controversial change, however, is the replacement of Sebastian Shaw as the ghost of Anakin Skywalker with Hayden Christensen, who played Anakin in the prequels. This change was meant to reflect Anakin's redemption and his return to his younger self, but many fans felt that it was disrespectful to Shaw and inconsistent with the original trilogy.


Another difference between the theatrical and special editions of Return of the Jedi is the musical number in Jabba's palace. In the original ver




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