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Published on Oct 27, 2009
-NEWS- On October 25 this video was blocked by Youtube because of CORPORATE ASSHOLES CLAIMING COPYRIGHT. So this is to get the formalities out of the way:
-I acknowledge that the rights to the score used in this video are owned by Warner Chappell. -I acknowledge that the rights to the visuals used in this video are owned by Fox -I claim that this video was created for entertainment purposes only. I chose not to include advertising (due to its content not being mine) and have not made any monetary profits from its views. If anything, it may have helped increase interest in the Star Wars series and John Williams' musical score. -I REJECT the notion that either company has lost revenue over the use of copyrighted materials in this video. -I therefore INSIST that, unless either company or Youtube can prove to me how this video has been damaging to its business, the obstruction of its viewing be lifted IMMEDIATELY.
An earlier casting of Star Wars IV: A New Hope saw Arnold Schwarzenegger put a juvenile, jealous and rather perverted spin on Darth Vader's explosive personality. George Lucas had second thoughts and cast James Earl Jones instead. Enjoy these exclusive clips from the "lost tapes" archives of Skywalker Ranch.
Special thanks to Peter Arbour.
Note: There is nothing subliminal at the end. It's just the first frame of the next scene in Star Wars IV.