The Ewok movies, Genndy Tartakovsky’s Star Wars: Clone Wars and many more are now on Disney + as part of the streamer’s Star Wars Vintage collection.
A number of old made for television Star wars live-action movies and animated series are now on Disney + as part of the streamer Star wars Vintage collection.
According to the announcement on the official website The Star Wars website, Disney + Star wars The Vintage collection offers “several films and series which are long out of print and previously unavailable”. Their ranks include live-action, made-for-television movies, Ewok Caravan of courage: an ewok adventure and Ewoks: The Battle of Endor, as well as the two volumes of Clone Wars 2D Micro-Series, the animated Ewoks series and the animated segment of the infamous 1978 Star Wars Holiday Special, The story of the faithful Wookiee. Disney + will also add the Star Wars: Droids animated television show on collection later this year.
Caravan of Courage and The Battle of Endor premiered as TV specials on ABC in 1984 and 1985, respectively, before opening in select theaters at the international box office. The films follow the Ewoks of the 1983s Star Wars: Return of the Jedi, including Wicket W. Warrick, as they help members of the Towani human family battle various monsters and marauders on the forest moon of Endor. In 1985, ABC also released a Ewoks animated series that picks up before Return of the Jedi and Caravan of Courage. Created by Bob Carrau and Paul Dini, Ewoks revolved around the adventures of Wicket and his friends on Endor, for two seasons.
The Clone Wars 2D Micro-Series was developed by Genndy Tartakovsky and premiered on Cartoon Network in 2003. Set between the events of 2002 Attack of the Clones and the years 2005 Revenge of the Sith, the show chronicles the events of the eponymous conflict, focusing on characters like Anakin Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi and Mace Windu. Although the Clone Wars 2D Micro-Series was then replaced by Star Wars: The Clone Wars in the official Star Wars canon, this marked the first appearance of Count Dooku’s Sith apprentice, Asajj Ventress, who would go on to become a major character in the canon. Clone wars series.
The story of the faithful Wookiee similarly presented to viewers Boba Fett when it aired as part of the Star Wars Holiday Special on CBS in 1978, two years before the bounty hunter made his live-action debut in The Empire Strikes Back. In the decades that followed, Boba Fett became one of the franchise’s most popular supporting characters, with Attack of the Clones revealing that his father, Jango Fett, was the base of the Clone Army. Jango actor Temuera Morrison played an older Boba in The Mandalorian Season 2, setting the stage for the character’s next spinoff series, Boba Fett’s book, on Disney +.
Source: Star Wars.com
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