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Product Details

  • Actors: Ewan McGregor, Natalie Portman, Hayden Christensen, Ian McDiarmid, George Lucas
  • Format: AC-3, Box set, Color, Dolby, THX, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 6
  • Rated: PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)
  • Studio: 20th Century Fox
  • DVD Release Date: November 4, 2008
  • Run Time: 418 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (700 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001EN71DQ
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #37,224 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Star Wars Prequel Trilogy (Widescreen Edition)" on IMDb

Special Features

  • Disc 1: Star Wars Episode 1 Widescreen Disc 1, Commentary by George Lucas and company
  • Disc 2: Star Wars Episode 1 Widescreen Disc 2, Never-before-seen Making of documentary, Never-before-seen deleted scenes documentary featuring 7 deleted scenes finished in 5.1 Dolby Digital Sound, 2 animatics with multi-angles, 5 Featurettes, 12 original web documentaries, Music Video: "Duel of the Fates", Production photos, print ads, theatrical trailers, TV spots, DVD-ROM - game demo
  • Disc 3: Star Wars Episode 2 Widescreen Disc 1, Commentary by George Lucas and Rick McCall, Easter Egg, THX Trailer - "Cavalcade"
  • Disc 4: Star Wars Episode 2 Widescreen Disc 2, 2 Documentaries - "From Puppets to Pixels"and "State of the Art: Previsualization of Episode II", 8 deleted scenes with intros, Music Video, Visual Specs Breakdown, 12 Web Documentaries, 4 Trailers, 12 TV Spots, Easter Egg, Still Galleries, DVD-ROM links
  • Disc 5: Star Wars Episode 3 Widescreen Disc 1
  • Disc 6: Star Wars Episode 3 Widescreen Disc 2, Full-length documentary produced by Lucasfilm, 2 New Featurettes: One exploring the prophecy of Anakin Skywalker as The Chosen One, the other providing an in-depth look at the movie's eye-popping stunts, 15 part collection of Lucasfilm's groundbreaking "Web-documentaries"

Editorial Reviews

Disc 1: Star Wars Episode 1 WS Disc 1 **Commentary by George Lucas and company

Disc 2: Star Wars Episode 1 WS Disc 2 **Never-before-seen Making of documentary **Never-before-seen deleted scenes documentary featuring 7 deleted scenes finished in 5.1 Dolby Digital Sound **2 animatics with multi-angles **5 Featurettes **12 original web documentaries **Music Video: "Duel of the Fates" **Production photos, print ads, theatrical trailers, TV spots, DVD-ROM - game demo

Disc 3: Star Wars Episode 2 WS Disc 1 **Commentary by George Lucas and Rick McCall **Easter Egg **THX Trailer - "Cavalcade"

Disc 4: Star Wars Episode 2 WS Disc 2 **2 Documentaries - "From Puppets to Pixels"and "State of the Art: Previsualization of Episode II" **8 deleted scenes with intros **Music Video, Visual Specs Breakdown **12 Web Documentaries **4 Trailers **12 TV Spots **Easter Egg **Still Galleries **DVD-ROM links

Disc 5: Star Wars Episode 3 WS Disc 1

Disc 6: Star Wars Episode 3 WS Disc 2 **Full-length documentary produced by Lucasfilm **2 New Featurettes: One exploring the prophecy of Anakin Skywalker as The Chosen One, the other providing an in-depth look at the movie's eye-popping stunts **15 part collection of Lucasfilm's groundbreaking "Web-documentaries"

Episode Description: Disc 1: Star Wars Episode 1 WS Disc 1 Disc 2: Star Wars Episode 1 WS Disc 2 Disc 3: Star Wars Episode 2 WS Disc 1 Disc 4: Star Wars Episode 2 WS Disc 2 Disc 5: Star Wars Episode 3 WS Disc 1 Disc 6: Star Wars Episode 3 WS Disc 2

Customer Reviews

The surround sound on the Blu Ray is a big deal.
TheRobertsFam
I ordered this DVD as a Christmas gift for my 9-year old grandson and he loves it!!
Mary Jane Devan
I really just want to take a few paragraphs to let you know what this product is.
R.A. McKenzie

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165 of 190 people found the following review helpful By Will Mindspin on October 6, 2011
Format: Blu-ray
Star Wars: The Complete Saga (Episodes I-VI) [Blu-ray]

I'm a first-generation Star Wars fan since 1977, having seen the original versions of the original three films in the theater one time each as a child, then falling in love with them all over again on VHS in 1987. And I've been a huge fan ever since. The Star Wars Saga is the ultimate epic space opera and film series.

This isn't actually a review of the movies most of you reading this will have seen one or more versions of dozens of times, although this review will discuss some of the changes made to the films.

I actually own the six-film Star Wars Saga blu-ray set linked above, and I reviewed that. The movie discs in this product are 3 of the same discs from the larger Saga set, so I thought I would edit that review down to only discuss the prequel trilogy discs themselves and post it here. This is meant to be an overview with personal observations and select commentary thrown in.

DISC PHYSICAL QUALITIES

The discs themselves are heavy-duty, yet smooth and well-coated with scratch resistance - the best available in retail products I've seen. The discs themselves do not have any images - they are light grey with blue trimmings. The discs have the previously used logos of STAR WARS with the episode subtitle underneath, both on top of the episode number in the form of a large Roman numeral.

THE FILM DISCS

This is as good a place as any to mention that there are two audio commentary tracks for each of the films of blu-ray.
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21 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Darth Sidrel on February 14, 2014
Format: Blu-ray
Before I had purchased this collection, I had recently bought the Original Star Wars Trilogy Collection in the same type of volume, with three Blu-Ray discs and three normal DVDs. And I must say, I was really amazed with that one: they took movies as old as those and made them look almost like a movie released nowadays without taking away any of it's originality. And considering that the prequel trilogy was released more recently and already had amazing CGI and effects, I expected quite allot from this volume. And I wasn't disappointed in the least.

The original DVD releases for each of the prequel trilogy episodes are of pretty high quality in themselves. But here, on Blu-Ray, the quality, picture and sound are just outstandingly amazing. There is no "digital noise" to be seen here, a problem which really bugged me with there previous releases: especially in the first episode, which had the most room for improvement regarding its quality. And even the third episode, which is of the highest quality standards, makes the original releases look like nothing. Allot of the color and hazing problems of the first two episodes (the third one didn't' need any fixing up in this area) have been fixed and updated and now look more vibrant and sharp than ever. Also, several CG mistakes have been fixed, such as the two-headed pod race announcer's hand going striate through his jacket. And several cool deleted scenes have been re-inserted, such as each of the pod racers from episode 1 being introduced by the announcer to the crowed.
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59 of 74 people found the following review helpful By R.A. McKenzie VINE VOICE on September 6, 2009
Format: DVD
I really just want to take a few paragraphs to let you know what this product is.

Basically, each of these movies got a 2-disc release when they were released on DVD. This box set has taken those 2-disc sets, and packaged them into a smaller case so in order to minimize shelf space. The "Original Trilogy" (Episodes 4-6) slimset is a debatable purchase, because it doesn't include the bonus disc that came with an earlier deluxe set. But this "Prequel Trilogy" is a better deal if you're planning to buy these movies.

As for the extras:
* I love "The Phantom Menace" content, especially the 90-minute making-of documentary that shows everything from cast readings to sandstorm carnage to special effects meetings to George Lucas quietly beginning his "Episode II" writing. And say what you will about the quality of the movie, but Fox and LucasFilm did an excellent job of advertising this movie. Even its promotional extras are worth watching.

* "Attack of the Clones" is another solid batch of extras. They mostly focus on the special effects, but there are some good interviews and behind-the-scenes stuff with the cast. Another all-around strong package.

* I'm slightly disappointed with the "Revenge of the Sith" extras. The main documentary is producer Rick McCallum going through the different departments of the cast & crew. He even talks about the caterers! Now, this is a fascinating way to explore the making of a movie, but the problem is most of the content (especially the special effects clips) focuses on the Mustafar sequences. I would've loved to see more on the opening space battle, not to mention Kyshhykk (sp?) or General Grievious. The bonus disc is good enough, but a huge stepdown from the other two prequels' material.
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