Sequart on Twitter Sequart on Facebook Sequart on Google+ SequartTV on YouTube Sequart on Patreon

Star Wars:

Film and Television

This page covers all the Star Wars movies, TV series, and TV specials.

The original Star Wars film trilogy (originally titled Star Wars, The Empire Strikes Back, and Return of the Jedi) was released from 1978 to 1983. Following the first movie, a two-hour holiday special was aired on CBS; while Star Wars creator George Lucas has disavowed it, it included new narrative content and starred the cast of the film.

After the original trilogy’s conclusion in 1983, an Ewok TV movie aired on ABC in 1984; a sequel appeared in 1985. Also in 1985, two animated series debuted: Ewoks, which lasted 26 episodes, ending in 1986; and Droids, which lasted 13 episodes, ending in 1985 — although an animated special appeared in 1986. The Ewoks TV movies and animated series occurred between The Empire Strikes Back, while the Droids animated series and special occurred prior to the first film.

After this, Star Wars went dormant for many years, especially in film and television.

Lucas produced a prequel trilogy, released from 1999 to 2005. From 2003 to 2005, about 120 minutes of animated material, set between the second and third prequel films, was released as Star Wars: Clone Wars. In 2008, an ongoing animated series, titled Star Wars: The Clone Wars, was launched with a theatrically released animated film of the same title. It was cancelled in 2013 following Disney’s acquisition of Lucasfilm.

While Star Wars is mostly thought of as a live-action feature-film series, as a franchise it’s far more defined by animated television. This has been true since Ewoks and Droids, which quickly produced more hours of content than the rest of the franchise. But the animated Clone Wars had a much longer duration, essentially eclipsing the rest of the entire series — at least as a movie and TV franchise. While the theatrical films may be the most popular, as a TV and movie franchise Star Wars is mostly defined by animated TV, most of which was produced from 2008-2013.

Since the acquisition of Star Wars by Disney, a sequel trilogy has been announced, and multiple side movies are planned. The final episodes of The Clone Wars are also expected to be released in some form.

The Phantom Menace

Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace

directed by George Lucas; written by George Lucas; 136 minutes; released 19 May 1999

Additional Images:

The Clone Wars

Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones

directed by George Lucas; script by George Lucas and Jonathan Hales; story by George Lucas; set 10 years after Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace; the Clone Wars begin; Anakin Skywalker marries Padmé Amidala; 142 minutes; released 16 May 2002

Star Wars: The Clone Wars (movie)

directed by Dave Filoni; written by Henry Gilroy, Steven Melching, and Scott Murphy; 98 minutes; released 15 Aug 2008

Star Wars: The Clone Wars #1

“Ambush”

  • directed by Dave Bullock; written by Steven Melching

first episode; aired 3 Oct 2008

Star Wars: The Clone Wars #2

“Rising Malevolence”

  • directed by Dave Filoni; written by Steven Melching

aired 3 Oct 2008
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #3

“Shadow of Malevolence”

  • directed by Brian Kalin O’Connell; written by Steven Melching

aired 10 Oct 2008
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #4

“Destroy Malevolence”

  • directed by Brian Kalin O’Connell; written by Tim Burns

aired 17 Oct 2008
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #5

“Rookies”

  • directed by Justin Ridge; written by Steven Melching

aired 24 Oct 2008
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #6

“Downfall of a Droid”

  • directed by Rob Coleman; written by George Krstic

aired 7 Nov 2008
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #7

“Duel of the Droids”

  • directed by Rob Coleman; written by Kevin Campbell and Henry Gilroy

aired 14 Nov 2008
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #8

“Bombad Jedi”

  • directed by Jesse Yeh; written by Kevin Rubio, Steven Melching, and Henry Gilroy

aired 21 Nov 2008
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #9

“Cloak of Darkness”

  • directed by Dave Filoni; written by Paul Dini

aired 5 Dec 2008
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #10

“Lair of Grievous”

  • directed by Atsushi Takeuchi; written by Henry Gilroy

aired 12 Dec 2008
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #11

“Dooku Captured”

  • directed by Jesse Yeh; written by Julie Siege

aired 2 Jan 2009
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #12

“The Gungan General”

  • directed by Justin Ridge; written by Julie Siege

aired 9 Jan 2009
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #13

“Jedi Crash”

  • directed by Rob Coleman; written by Katie Lucas

aired 16 Jan 2009
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #14

“Defenders of Peace”

  • directed by Steward Lee; written by Bill Canterbury

aired 23 Jan 2009
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #15

“Trespass”

  • directed by Brian Kalin O’Connell; written by Steven Melching

aired 30 Jan 2009
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #16

“The Hidden Enemy”

  • directed by Steward Lee; written by Drew Z. Greenberg

aired 6 Feb 2009
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #17

“Blue Shadow Virus”

  • directed by Giancarlo Volpe; written by Craig Titley

aired 13 Feb 2009
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #18

“Mystery of a Thousand Moons”

  • directed by Jesse Yeh; written by Brian Larsen

aired 20 Feb 2009
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #19

“Storm over Ryloth”

  • directed by Brian Kalin O’Connell; written by George Krstic, Scott Murphy, and Henry Gilroy

aired 27 Feb 2009
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #20

“Innocents of Ryloth”

  • directed by Justin Ridge; written by Randy Stradley and Henry Gilroy

aired 6 Mar 2009
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #21

“Liberty on Ryloth”

  • directed by Rob Coleman; written by Henry Gilroy

aired 13 Mar 2009
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #22

“Hostage Crisis”

  • directed by Giancarlo Volpe; written by Eoghan Mahony

first season finale; aired 20 Mar 2009
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #23

“Holocron Heist”

  • directed by Justin Ridge; written by Paul Dini, Scott Murphy, and Henry Gilroy

second season debut; aired 2 Oct 2009
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #24

“Cargo of Doom”

  • directed by Rob Coleman; written by George Krstic

aired 2 Oct 2009
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #25

“Children of the Force”

  • directed by Brian Kalin O’Connell; written by Henry Gilroy and Wendy Meracle

aired 9 Oct 2009
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #26

“Senate Spy”

  • directed by Steward Lee; written by Melinda Hsu

aired 16 Oct 2009
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #27

“Landing at Point Rain”

  • directed by Brian Kalin O’Connell; written by Brian Larsen

aired 6 Nov 2009
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #28

“Weapons Factory”

  • directed by Giancarlo Volpe; written by Brian Larsen

aired 13 Nov 2009
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #29

“Legacy of Terror”

  • directed by Steward Lee; written by Eoghan Mahony

aired 20 Nov 2009
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #30

“Brain Invaders”

  • directed by Steward Lee; written by Andrew Kreisberg

aired 4 Dec 2009
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #31

“Grievous Intrigue”

  • directed by Giancarlo Volpe; written by Ben Edlund

aired 1 Jan 2010
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #32

“The Deserter”

  • directed by Robert Dalva; written by Carl Ellsworth

aired 1 Jan 2010
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #33

“Lightsaber Lost”

  • directed by Giancarlo Volpe; written by Drew Z. Greenberg

aired 22 Jan 2010
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #34

“The Mandalore Plot”

  • directed by Kyle Dunlevy; written by Melinda Hsu

aired 29 Jan 2010
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #35

“Voyage of Temptation”

  • directed by Brian Kalin O’ Connell; written by Paul Dini, Scott Murphy, and Henry Gilroy

aired 5 Feb 2010
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #36

“Duchess of Mandalore”

  • directed by Brian Kalin O’ Connell; written by Drew Z. Greenberg

aired 12 Feb 2010
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #37

“Senate Murders”

  • directed by Brian Kalin O’ Connell; written by Drew Z. Greenberg

aired 12 Mar 2010 (in Canada; one week later in the U.S.)
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #38

“Cat and Mouse”

  • directed by Kyle Dunlevy; written by Brian Larsen

aired 20 Mar 2010 (in U.K.; six days later in the U.S.)
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #39

“Bounty Hunters”

  • directed by Steward Lee; written by Carl Ellsworth

aired 27 Mar 2010 (in U.K.; six days later in the U.S.)
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #40

“The Zillo Beast”

  • directed by Giancarlo Volpe; written by Craig Titley

aired 3 Apr 2010 (in U.K.; six days later in the U.S.)
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #41

“The Zillo Beast Strikes Back”

  • directed by Steward Lee; written by Steven Melching

aired 10 Apr 2010 (in U.K.; six days later in the U.S.)
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #42

“Death Trap”

  • directed by Steward Lee; written by Doug Petrie

aired 17 Apr 2010 (in U.K.; six days later in the U.S.)
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #43

“R2 Come Home”

  • directed by Giancarlo Volpe; written by Eoghan Mahony

aired 24 Apr 2010 (in U.K.; six days later in the U.S.)
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #44

“Lethal Trackdown”

  • directed by Dave Filoni; written by Dave Filoni and Drew Z. Greenberg

second season finale; aired 30 Apr 2010
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #45

“Clone Cadets”

  • directed by Dave Filoni; written by Cameron Litvack

third season debut; aired 17 Sept 2010
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #46

“ARC Troopers”

  • directed by Kyle Dunlevy; written by Cameron Litvack

aired 17 Sept 2010
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #47

“Supply Lines”

  • directed by Brian Kalin O’Connell; written by Steven Melching and Eoghan Mahony

aired 24 Sept 2010
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #48

“Sphere of Influence”

  • directed by Kyle Dunlevy; written by Katie Lucas and Steven Melching

aired 1 Oct 2010
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #49

“Corruption”

  • directed by Giancarlo Volpe; written by Cameron Litvack

aired 8 Oct 2010
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #50

“The Academy”

  • directed by Giancarlo Volpe; written by Katie Lucas and Steven Melching

aired 15 Oct 2010
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #51

“Assassin”

  • directed by Kyle Dunlevy; written by Katie Lucas

aired 22 Oct 2010
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #52

“Evil Plans”

  • directed by Brian Kalin O’Connell; written by Steve Mitchell and Craig Van Sickle

aired 5 Nov 2010
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #53

“Hunt for Ziro”

  • directed by Steward Lee; written by Steve Mitchell and Craig Van Sickle

aired 12 Nov 2010
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #54

“Heroes on Both Sides”

  • directed by Kyle Dunlevy; written by Daniel Arkin

aired 19 Nov 2010
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #55

“Pursuit of Peace”

  • directed by Duwayne Dunham; written by Daniel Arkin

aired 3 Dec 2010
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #56

“Nightsisters”

  • directed by Giancarlo Volpe; written by Katie Lucas

aired 7 Jan 2011
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #57

“Monster”

  • directed by Kyle Dunlevy; written by Katie Lucas

aired 14 Jan 2011
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #58

“Witches of the Mist”

  • directed by Giancarlo Volpe; written by Katie Lucas

aired 21 Jan 2011
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #59

“Overlords”

  • directed by Steward Lee; written by Christian Taylor

aired 28 Jan 2011
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #60

“Altar of Mortis”

  • directed by Brian Kalin O’Connell; written by Christian Taylor

aired 4 Feb 2011
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #61

“Ghosts of Mortis”

  • directed by Steward Lee; written by Christian Taylor

aired 11 Feb 2011
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #62

“The Citadel”

  • directed by Kyle Dunlevy; written by Matt Michnovetz

aired 18 Feb 2011
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #63

“Counter Attack”

  • directed by Brian Kalin O’Connell; written by Matt Michnovetz

aired 4 Mar 2011
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #64

“Citadel Rescue”

  • directed by Steward Lee; written by Matt Michnovetz

aired 11 Mar 2011
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #65

“Padawan Lost”

  • directed by Dave Filoni; written by Bonnie Mark

aired 19 Mar 2011 (in the U.K.; 1 Apr 2011 in the U.S.)
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #66

“Wookiee Hunt”

  • directed by Dave Filoni; written by Bonnie Mark

third season finale; aired 19 Mar 2011 (in the U.K.; 1 Apr 2011 in the U.S.)
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #67

“Water War”

  • directed by Duwayne Dunham; written by Jose Molina

fourth season debut; aired 16 Sept 2011
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #68

“Gungan Attack”

  • directed by Brian Kalin O’Connell; written by Jose Molina

aired 16 Sept 2011
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #69

“Prisoners”

  • directed by Danny Keller; written by Jose Molina

aired 23 Sept 2011
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #70

“Shadow Warrior”

  • directed by Brian Kalin O’Connell; written by Daniel Arkin

aired 30 Sept 2011
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #71

“Mercy Mission”

  • directed by Danny Keller; written by Bonnie Mark

aired 7 Oct 2011
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #72

“Nomad Droids”

  • directed by Steward Lee; written by Steve Mitchell and Craig Van Sickle

aired 14 Oct 2011
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #73

“Darkness on Umbara”

  • directed by Steward Lee; written by Matt Michnovetz

aired 28 Oct 2011
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #74

“The General”

  • directed by Walter Murch; written by Matt Michnovetz

aired 4 Nov 2011
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #75

“Plan of Dissent”

  • directed by Kyle Dunlevy; written by Matt Michnovetz

aired 11 Nov 2011
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #76

“Carnage of Krell”

  • directed by Kyle Dunlevy; written by Matt Michnovetz

aired 18 Nov 2011
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #77

“Kidnapped”

  • directed by Kyle Dunlevy; written by Henry Gilroy and Steven Melching

aired 25 Nov 2011
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #78

“Slaves of the Republic”

  • directed by Brian Kalin O’Connell; written by Henry Gilroy and Steven Melching

aired 2 Dec 2011
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #79

“Escape from Kadavo”

  • directed by Danny Keller; written by Henry Gilroy and Steven Melching

aired 6 Jan 2012
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #80

“A Friend in Need”

  • directed by Dave Filoni; written by Christian Taylor

aired 13 Jan 2012
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #81

“Deception”

  • directed by Kyle Dunlevy; written by Brent Friedman

aired 20 Jan 2012
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #82

“Friends and Enemies”

  • directed by Bosco Ng; written by Brent Friedman

aired 27 Jan 2012
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #83

“The Box”

  • directed by Kyle Dunlevy; written by Brent Friedman

aired 3 Feb 2012
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #84

“Crisis on Naboo”

  • directed by Danny Keller; written by Brent Friedman

aired 10 Feb 2012
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #85

“Massacre”

  • directed by Steward Lee; written by Katie Lucas

aired 24 Feb 2012
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #86

“Bounty”

  • directed by Kyle Dunlevy; written by Katie Lucas

aired 2 Mar 2012
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #87

“Brothers”

  • directed by Bosco Ng; written by Katie Lucas

aired 9 Mar 2012
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #88

“Revenge”

  • directed by Brian Kalin O’Connell; written by Katie Lucas

fourth season finale; aired 16 Mar 2012
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #89

“Revival”

  • directed by Steward Lee; written by Chris Collins

fifth season debut; aired 29 Sept 2012
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #90

“A War on Two Fronts”

  • directed by Dave Filoni; written by Chris Collins

aired 6 Oct 2012
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #91

“Front Runners”

  • directed by Steward Lee; written by Chris Collins

aired 13 Oct 2012
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #92

“The Soft War”

  • directed by Kyle Dunlevy; written by Chris Collins

aired 20 Oct 2012
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #93

“Tipping Points”

  • directed by Bosco Ng; written by Chris Collins

aired 27 Oct 2012
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #94

“The Gathering”

  • directed by Kyle Dunlevy; written by Christian Taylor

aired 3 Nov 2012
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #95

“A Test of Strength”

  • directed by Bosco Ng; written by Christian Taylor

aired 10 Nov 2012
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #96

“Bound for Rescue”

  • directed by Brian Kalin O’Connell; written by Christian Taylor

aired 17 Nov 2012
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #97

“A Necessary Bond”

  • directed by Danny Keller; written by Christian Taylor

aired 24 Nov 2012
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #98

“Secret Weapons”

  • directed by Danny Keller; written by Brent Friedman

aired 1 Dec 2012
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #99

“A Sunny Day in the Void”

  • directed by Kyle Dunlevy; written by Brent Friedman

aired 8 Dec 2012
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #100

“Missing in Action”

  • directed by Steward Lee; written by Brent Friedman

aired 5 Jan 2013
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #101

“Point of No Return”

  • directed by Bosco Ng; written by Brent Friedman

aired 12 Jan 2013
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #102

“Eminence”

  • directed by Kyle Dunlevy; written by Chris Collins

aired 19 Jan 2013
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #103

“Shades of Reason”

  • directed by Bosco Ng; written by Chris Collins

aired 26 Jan 2013
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #104

“The Lawless”

  • directed by Brian Kalin O’Connell; written by Chris Collins

aired 2 Feb 2013
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #105

“Sabotage”

  • directed by Brian Kalin O’Connell; written by Charles Murray

aired 9 Feb 2013
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #106

“The Jedi Who Knew Too Much”

  • directed by Danny Keller; written by Charles Murray

aired 16 Feb 2013
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #107

“To Catch a Jedi”

  • directed by Kyle Dunlevy; written by Charles Murray

aired 23 Feb 2013
Star Wars: The Clone Wars #108

“The Wrong Jedi”

  • directed by Dave Filoni; written by Charles Murray

fifth season finale; aired 2 Mar 2013
Star Wars: Clone Wars, Volume One

directed by Genndy Tartakovsky; written by George Lucas; originally aired in twenty chapters over two seasons, from 7-23 Nov 2003 and from 26 Mar – 8 Apr 2004; 60 minutes

Star Wars: Clone Wars, Volume Two

directed by Genndy Tartakovsky; written by George Lucas; continues directly from Star Wars: Clone Wars, Volume One; leads directly into Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith; originally aired in five chapters, from 21-25 Mar 2005; 60 minutes

Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith

directed by George Lucas; written by George Lucas; set three years after Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones; Anakin Skywalker becomes Darth Vader; the Clone Wars end, and the Galactic Empire begins; 140 minutes; released 19 May 2005

Droids

Droids #1

“The White Witch” -- 22 minutes

first episode; aired 7 Sept 1985

Droids #2

“Escape into Terror” -- 22 minutes

aired 14 Sept 1985
Droids #3

“The Trigon Unleashed” -- 22 minutes

aired 21 Sept 1985
Droids #4

“A Race to the Finish” -- 22 minutes

aired 28 Sept 1985
Droids #5

“The Lost Prince” -- 22 minutes

aired 5 Oct 1985
Droids #6

“The New King” -- 22 minutes

aired 12 Oct 1985
Droids #7

“The Pirates of Tarnoonga” -- 22 minutes

aired 19 Oct 1985
Droids #8

“The Revenge of Kybo Ren” -- 22 minutes

aired 26 Oct 1985
Droids #9

“Coby and the Starhunters” -- 22 minutes

aired 2 Nov 1985
The Great Heep
an animated TV special starring C-3PO and R2-D2; occurs between Droids #9 and #10; 48 minutes; aired June 7, 1986
Droids #10

“Tail of the Roon Comets” -- 22 minutes

aired 9 Nov 1985
Droids #11

“The Roon Games” -- 22 minutes

aired 16 Nov 1985
Droids #12

“Across the Roon Sea” -- 22 minutes

aired 23 Nov 1985
Droids #13

“The Frozen Citadel” -- 22 minutes

final episode; aired 30 Nov 1985

A New Hope

Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope

directed by George Lucas; written by George Lucas; a.k.a. Star Wars; 125 minutes; released 25 May 1977

Additional Images:

The Star Wars Holiday Special

directed by Steve Binder and David Acomba (uncredited); written by Pat Proft, Leonard Ripps, Bruce Vilanch, Rod Warren, and Mitzie Welch; although a variety special, with celebrity guests and musical numbers, does contain some narrative material, including an animated feature containing the first appearance of Boba Fett; broadcast on CBS; 97 minutes; aired 17 Nov 1978

The Empire Strikes Back

Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back

directed by Irvin Kershner; script by Leigh Brackett and Lawrence Kasdan; story by George Lucas; set three years after Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope; a.k.a. The Empire Strikes Back; 129 minutes; released 21 May 1980

Additional Images:

Ewoks

Caravan of Courage: An Ewok Adventure

directed by John Korty; written by George Lucas and Bob Carrau; a.k.a. Star Wars: Ewok Adventures — Caravan of Courage; a made-for-TV movie aired on ABC; 96 minutes; aired 25 Nov 1984

Ewoks #1

“The Cries of the Trees” -- 22 minutes

first episode; aired 7 Sept 1985

Ewoks #2

“The Haunted Village” -- 22 minutes

aired 14 Sept 1985
Ewoks #3

“Rampage of the Phlogs”

22 minutes; aired 21 Sept 1985
Ewoks #4

“To Save Deej” -- 22 minutes

aired 28 Sept 1985
Ewoks #5

“The Traveling Jindas”

22 minutes; aired 5 Oct 1985
Ewoks #6

“The Tree of Light”

22 minutes; aired 12 Oct 1985
Ewoks #7

“The Curse of the Jindas”

22 minutes; aired 19 Oct 1985
Ewoks #8

“The Land of the Gupins”

22 minutes; aired 26 Oct 1985
Ewoks #9

“Sunstar vs. Shadowstone”

22 minutes; aired 2 Nov 1985
Ewoks #10

“Wicket’s Wagon”

22 minutes; aired 9 Nov 1985
Ewoks #11

“The Three Lessons”

22 minutes; aired 16 Nov 1985
Ewoks #12

“Blue Harvest”

22 minutes; aired 23 Nov 1985
Ewoks #13

“Asha”

first season finale; 22 minutes; aired 30 Nov 1985
Ewoks #14

“The Crystal Cloak”

“The Wish Plant”

second season debut; 22 minutes; aired 13 Sept 1986
Ewoks #15

“Home Is Where the Shrieks Are”

“Princess Latara”

22 minutes; aired 20 Sept 1986
Ewoks #16

“The Raich”

22 minutes; aired 27 Sept 1986
Ewoks #17

“The Totem Master”

“A Gift for Shodu”

22 minutes; aired 4 Oct 1986
Ewoks #18

“Night of the Stranger”

22 minutes; aired 11 Oct 1986
Ewoks #19

“Gone with the Mimphs”

“The First Apprentice”

22 minutes; aired 18 Oct 1986
Ewoks #20

“Hard Sell”

“A Warrior and a Lurdo”

22 minutes; aired 25 Oct 1986
Ewoks #21

“The Season Scepter” -- 22 minutes

aired 1 Nov 1986
Ewoks #22

“Prow Beaten” -- 22 minutes

“Baga’s Rival”

aired 8 Nov 1986
Ewoks #23

“Horville’s Hut of Horrors”

“The Tragic Flute”

22 minutes; aired 15 Nov 1986
Ewoks #24

“Just My Luck”

“Bringing Up Norky”

22 minutes; aired 22 Nov 1986
Ewoks #26

“Party Ewok”

“Malani the Warrior”

final episode; 22 minutes; aired 13 Dec 1986

Ewoks #25

“Battle for the Sunstar”

chronologically, the final episode of the series; the Empire discovers the Endor moon, where it would soon construct the second Death Star; reaired on 10 Jan 1987 to end the series; 22 minutes; aired 6 Dec 1986
Ewoks: The Battle for Endor

directed by Jim Wheat and Ken Wheat; script by Jim Wheat and Ken Wheat; story by George Lucas; a.k.a. Star Wars: Ewok Adventures — The Battle for Endor; a made-for-TV movie aired on ABC; set about six months after Caravan of Courage (the Towani family’s starcruiser is almost completely fixed, and Wicket has begun learning the humans’ language); set after the Ewoks animated series; 94 minutes; aired 24 Nov 1985

Return of the Jedi

Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi

directed by Richard Marquand; script by Lawrence Kasdan and George Lucas; story by George Lucas; a.k.a. Return of the Jedi; set about one year after Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back; 136 minutes; released 25 May 1983

Additional Images:


Tagged , , .