A small group of fans spent almost half a decade restoring the original Star Wars (in HD) from 35mm film prints. They don't want to make money off of it. They don't want their names publicized. They just want the work to be done. This is their fascinating story, as told by "Mr. Black".
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- Team Negative One completes 35mm restoration of Star Wars
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- In 2010, the Senator Theater hosted a pair of farewell screenings of a rare British Technicolor (dye-transfer) print of the original 1977 Star Wars. It marked the last public screening of the original release version of the film.
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