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Star Wars fans are some of the most dedicated in the galaxy. Whether it is a movie release, promotional party or new line of toys hitting the shelves, they will be there in force. The films in the Star Wars saga have inspired fan fiction, galleries of artwork and much sought after items used as props in the movies. To fully appreciate all of the films you need to see them in the correct order. Their release dates are not the same as the exact order of the Star Wars story. The films are The Phantom Menace, The Clone Wars, Revenge of The Sith, A New Hope, Empire Strikes Back and Return of The Jedi.

Along with the six films in the saga, there were animated features such Clone Wars. These highly detailed CGI enhanced episodes further expanded the storyline of the various clones. In addition to the animated shorts, there were several clone themed video games. Nintendo released Lightsaber Duels for the Wii platform in 2008 and the Nintendo DS system had Jedi Alliance. With every new film that was released there was a marketing blitz that raked in millions of dollars for Star Wars guru George Lucas.

It was 1977 when A New Hope was released. It was an almost immediate hit with audiences and it would be 28 years before the series came to a close with Return of The Jedi in 2005. In between that time we saw Luke Skywalker battle Darth Vader, Obi Wan Kenobi turn into a formidable teacher for Anakin Skywalker and turmoil amongst Jedi Council and the eventual murder of most of its members. To call that a brief synopsis of the Star Wars story is an understatement. It was the epic battle of good verses evil with the moral of the story being that there can't be one without the other.

The main characters in the Star Wars films include Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia, Han Solo, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Yoda, Darth Vader, Chewbacca, Padme, Chancellor Palpatine and the lovable droids C-3PO and R2-D2. Fitted with what were sometimes called outlandish outfits and props, the characters brought the story to life for millions of fan. But sometimes it's the characters that only appear a few times per film that leave a lasting impression.

With the DVD releases of the Star Wars films, viewers were treated to enhanced images, deleted scenes, outtakes and interviews with the stars. Never before seen scenes had viewers glued to their seats, anxiously awaiting the outcome. With the main DVD release there were side projects released at the same time; these often incorporated the unseen heroes of the film. Animators, computer programmers and all the techies that helped bring Lucas' vision to life.

The marketing blitz that happened with every films release was phenomenal. Pizza Hut, Taco Bell and Kentucky Fried Chicken cornered the market on Kids Meals thanks to a lucrative deal with Pepsi. There were adverts before the films showing the toys you could get with the purchase of a qualifying meal as well as money saving coupons when the film was released on video.

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