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Star Wars: A New Hope: The Original Radio Drama, Topps "Light Side" Collector’s Edition (Anglais) MP3 CD – Livre audio, MP3 Audio


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Before the Star Wars Special Editions..."a theatre of the imagination" 4 mai 2014
Par L. W. Swint - Publié sur Amazon.com
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"A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away..."

The story of "Star Wars," the epic film saga created by George Lucas, has been told in many different ways over the years since the first film captivated audiences around the world in 1977. Books, comics, video games and more have all furthered "the adventures of Luke Skywalker" beyond their origins from a work of classic cinema. One of the most entertaining versions of the Saga is the "Star Wars Original Radio Drama," an audio retelling of the Original Trilogy: the first installment, based on the film that came to be called "Episode IV: A New Hope," premiered on National Public Radio in 1981. Over 13 half hour episodes, this unique interpretation of Mr. Lucas' mythic movie fantasy involved radio listeners in a way that was old and new at the same time.

"Star Wars" remains one of the most exciting visual film experiences ever made so the challenge of recreating such an eye-catching adventure for radio was a demanding one. Fortunately, the vision Mr. Lucas had for his otherworldly film encompassed not just the sites of his far away galaxy but its sounds as well. Sound designer Ben Burt realized a wealth of audio effects for "Star Wars," from the scream of an Imperial Tie Fighter streaking through space, to the hum of "Ben" Kenobi's light saber, "a nobler weapon for a more civilized age;" and all of his memorable work is used to dramatic effect in the radio drama. Just as importantly, the Academy Award winning music of composer John Williams is also utilized to once again compliment the action and emotional power of the story of "Star Wars."

Original movie cast members Mark Hamill and Anthony Daniels reprised their film roles of Luke Skywalker and C-3PO.

But the real triumph of the "Star Wars Original Radio Drama" is its rich expansion of the tale of Luke Sywalker, Princess Leia, C-3PO, R2-D2, Han Solo, and Chewbacca. These are characters who became beloved to fans of the movie and the radio version of their adventures offers those fans the chance get a deeper perspective of their exploits even as it relates the same film story. Over its 6 hours, the radio drama showcases much that would become famous in "Star Wars" legend: Luke's relationship with Biggs Darklighter, his best friend on Tatooine (a character heavily edited out of the original film); Princess Leia's earliest ties to the growing rebellion against the tyrannical galactic Empire and her mission to retrieve the plans to the Death Star; Han Solo's troubles with Jabba the Hut and his seedy underworld henchmen (or hench-sentients), plus more of the comedic highjinks of R2-D2 and C-3PO. All this and more is thrillingly written into this well known story by novelist Brian Daley, a talented science fiction writer who wrote one of the earliest "Star Wars" prose novels, "Han Solo at Star's End," published in 1979 (and part of a book trilogy that also included 1979's "Han Solo's Revenge," and 1980's "Han Solo and the Lost Legacy"). Due to its episodic structure, the radio drama also takes full advantage of "Star Wars'" old fashioned movie serial inspiration, giving each of its 13 parts an exciting or tantalizing cliffhanger ending that only added another dimension to its listening experience. Even without the imaginative imagery of Industrial Light and Magic, this audio account of the cosmic battle between the forces of good and evil is still a story that will enthrall those who listen to it.

This 2014 release of the entire nearly 6 hour production is in the MP3 format which allowed all 13 episodes to be recorded on a single compact disk, in contrast to the drama's earlier release in 1993 which featured the audio adventure in a 7 CD boxed set.
This edition also includes "The Making of the Radio Drama" audio documentary which was previously only available on "The Complete Star Wars Trilogy: Original Radio Drama Limited Edition" CD release of 1996. It also features a series of promotional ads for the radio drama, a behind the scenes booklet and a Tops trading card, part of a series inspired by the radio production.

This is a wonderful experience for the listening senses and comes with this "Star Wars" fan's highest recommendation! May the Force be with you as you enjoy it...always!
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Impressive....most impressive. 7 janvier 2014
Par Josh B - Publié sur Amazon.com
There's a good chance that if you are considering buying this you have already heard the Original Radio Drama (aired on NPR in 1981) and therefore you already know how incredibly awesome it is. Science-fiction author Brian Daley did a superb job of adding additional scenes, dialogue, and even new characters that were not in the movie. Some of the additions were based on scenes in George Lucas' original script, but much of the additional material came from the mind of Daley himself. This is an author who simply "understood" Star Wars, and his work (on the radio dramas as well as the Han Solo Adventures novels) inspired over three decades-worth of expanded universe authors, including but not limited to his personal friend James Luceno.

So yea, there's more scenes, more talking, more opportunity to give characters (especially Luke) quite a bit more depth (the entire drama itself is just over six hours long). But like I said, you probably already know this so I won't bore you with reviewing the specifics of the audio drama itself. However, there is some additional bonus audio on this collector's edition not featured on the regular CD release. It includes a 30-minute documentary on the making of the audio drama (complete with Ben Burtt talking about how he created all those neat sound effects), additional music recorded exclusively for the radio drama, and a few NPR promo spots featuring Anthony Daniels, Mark Hamill, and Ann Sachs.

Released in conjunction with a new Topps trading card series based on the radio drama (called `Star Wars Illustrated') , these two (Light Side and Dark Side) new collector's editions are an incredible addition to any Star Wars fan's collection. Whether you are buying them for the exclusive cards (each edition has a special card that is part of the Topps set not available anywhere else), because you love the art (fantastic work by Matt Busch [Light] and Randy Martinez [Dark]), because you love the radio drama that much, or simply because you are a hardcore fan that has an intense desire burning deep within you to buy anything related to Star Wars, you will not be disappointed. I would also say the convenience of having the entire radio drama on one disc is worth the price alone. It takes up far less shelf space, and these editions just look nicer on your shelf than the 6-CD box sets.

The cover art on both edition is some of the greatest Star Wars art I have seen since Dave Dorman was doing covers for Star Wars comics published by Dark Horse. Absolutely stunning. If you buy this for no other reason, buy it for the artwork. The corresponding Topps trading cards inside each edition are also stunning. Like I said, these cards are officially part of the Topps set, and the only way to get them is by buying these audios, which are limited in quantity. So if you are a card collector, don't hesitate, because who knows how long they will be available.

All in all, a must have for any self-respecting Star Wars fan/collector. Period.

[note: I posted the same review for both the "Light" and "Dark" side editions of these collector's editions since, aside from the cover art and trading card inside, they are essentially the same, and I did purchase both simultaneously.]
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Great for Star Wars fans 19 avril 2014
Par MermaidGrotto - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Bought this as a gift for my boyfriend and he loves it. He's a huge Star Wars fan so this is great for people who'd like to know more of the New Hope story.
Star Wars Audio Book Enhances the Experience, Doesn't Replicate it 8 avril 2015
Par C. Bloom - Publié sur Amazon.com
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love that it isn't straight from the movie script - am getting a much broader flavor of these well-loved characters, their motivations and underlying relationships with each other.
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