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12. November 2016 18:29
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Star Wars Collectible Toys & Values (1995)

12. November 2016 18:29 by jedi1 | 0 Comments

21 Years ago, (10 years after the last original Kenner Action figures disappeared from toy shops) this is what your vintage Star Wars stuff was worth... [More]
Star Wars Collectible Toys & Values (1995)
 

12. June 2014 07:23
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Starlog - Star Wars Technical Journal, Vol 01 (The Planet Tatooine)

12. June 2014 07:23 by jedi1 | 0 Comments

In 1993, Starlog Magazine began publishing some Technical Journals on Star Wars, beginning with this one on the planet Tatooine... [More]
Starlog - Star Wars Technical Journal, Vol 01 (The Planet Tatooine)
 

9. April 2014 05:54
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Maria Shriver interviews Mark Hamill (1983)

9. April 2014 05:54 by jedi1 | 0 Comments

Maria Shriver interviews Mark Hamill for PM Magazine and gives viewers a sneak peak at Return of the Jedi, circa 1983. At one point Hamill talks about how he may one day reprise his role in about 20 years - turns out it would be 30, but I'm glad he'll get the chance. [More]
Maria Shriver interviews Mark Hamill (1983)
 

19. November 2013 11:06
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Muppet Magazine - Battle of the Space Heroes

19. November 2013 11:06 by jedi1 | 0 Comments

If you love The Muppets and love Star Wars spoofs, you’re in for a treat: In the summer of 1983, shortly after the original release of Episode VI: Return of the Jedi, Muppet magazine published a “summer spoof special,” adapting the Star Wars saga as a Muppets comic. Enough said — enjoy. [More]
Muppet Magazine - Battle of the Space Heroes
 

7. October 2013 06:29
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Carrie Fisher Playboy Magazine

7. October 2013 06:29 by jedi1 | 0 Comments

The feistiest woman in the universe talks about first dates, being rich . . . and why Darth Vader should be called darthy.

Shortly after the release of Star Wars: Return of the Jedi, Robert Crane caught up with the diminutive daughter of Debbie Reynolds and Eddie Fisher at her home in Laurel Canyon. He reports, "Carrie Fisher lives in a log cabin. Really. The only tip-off to her wealth is a Mercedes 450 SL parked in the driveway. Carrie talks fast and loud and doesn't forget the audience for a moment. She takes charge, like Princess Leia, but is much more attractive in person without that costume and the doughnuts on the side of her head." [More]
Carrie Fisher Playboy Magazine