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    A Guide to the Star Wars Vintage Collection on Disney Plus

    A Guide to the Star Wars Vintage Collection on Disney Plus by Todd King

    A look at these nearly forgotten Star Wars TV specials and series

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    ...and, sorry it's"Caravan of Courage," of 'course'

    ~`` Todd King
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    "Star.... Cruiser..... Crash!"

    (Sorry, couldn't resist )

    Nice to see some of this stuff get brought to the platform. If I'm being honest though, I have far too many other things I'd also like to watch in my "mental queue" that I haven't had a chance to sit down with yet.

    -Dave

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave1313 View Post
    "Star.... Cruiser..... Crash!"
    Haha! Gotta love Wicket!

    ...well, I do still recommend the Clone Wars cartoons, at least the final scene of Volume 1 and all of Volume 2 if possible ... and then watch Revenge of the Sith ... you know, at your next Star Wars copious-spare-time Marathon hee hee!
    ~`` Todd King
    (Foxtwin)

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    I actually am pretty sure I have (though it's been years since I've watched them) the DVDs with those 2 seasons of Cartoon Network Clone Wars shorts.(though I am somewhat dis-organized, so I guess I have to find them! . I remember initially being confused when the series that has become popular since then first came out, thinking it was maybe a continuation of the shorts.

    Those are small enough in scope, I can see re-watching them in the background sometime soon, once I figure out where I put them away! (or I could of course just watch them on D+, but now I am sort of curious what the heck I did with them!)

    Slightly off topic, as it's definitely not Vintage, but I did check out the "Lego Star Wars Holiday Special" around the Holidays. I thought that was quite funny and definitely worth watching if you have not already seen it. A good job at humor that spread across so many different movies/shows, etc. I'm not sure if that was created originally for D+, or if it was released in some other way in the past and I was just not aware of it.

    Last edited by Dave1313; 04-16-2021 at 12:37 PM.
    -Dave

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