Discussion in 'Movies, TV and Music' started by Goodsport, Nov 30, 2004.
Co-Writer Pat Profts other 'illustrious' credits:
Actually, being part of the Zucker-Abrahams-Zucker stable is rather illustrious.
Did the fans know at the time that George Lucas was working an a sequel (considering that it was broadcast long before the age of internet), or did they think that the Holiday Special was basically it?
And thanks for the offer.
Will an official Special Edition of the Holiday Special (replete with enhanced special effects) ever find its way to TV and/or DVD?
Not anymore. I mean honestly, Wrongfully Accused? Seems to me he only started working with them after their real classics anyway. I think by Naked Gun 2 1/2 (which rehashed gags from the TV show) one of ZAZ had gone off to be a 'serious' director anyway (Jerry?).
Although I will give him credit for a few Police Squad episodes. But most of that list is rotten.
and they say the internet is a waste of time...
Is the story/plot of the Holiday Special better or worse than the story/plot of the game Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, which takes place about 4000 years ealier (I've neither seen the Holiday Special nor yet completed the game)?
It seems that unlike the Holiday Special, the two Ewok Adventures tv-movies that aired in the mid-1980's are available for purchase on DVD.
Download "highlights" here:
Just don't be so quick to thank me.
One month from today, audiences get to visit Kashyyyk again.
I suppose that I'll find out this coming weekend.
I was hoping to see Lumpy, but alas, it was not meant to be.
Is the movie still worth watching even without Lumpy?
Alas, the only two Wookiees in Episode III that were featured by name were Chewbacca and Tarful.