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Star Wars Uncut is Complete!

Star Wars Uncut is a project embarked upon by one Casey Pugh, a developer from Vimeo who, like many people in this day and age, decided to use the internet to make something fun and new.

So he split Star Wars: A New Hope into a few hundred 15-second clips, and allowed Vimeo users to claim a clip, re-film it in any way they liked (costumes, animation, LEGO stop motion, action figure stop motion, floating slices of pizza, anything), and submit it back to the site.  The most popular clips would be compiled into the final film, which is now ready for viewing.

Pugh and his team are working through the legality of getting a seamless cut of the movie produced.  For now, you can watch it in a Vimeo playlist.  Bonus points for putting on the audio from your own Star Wars DVDs!

Yes, Uncut is based on the remastered edition.  However…

Star Wars Uncut – Scene 196 from Aaron Klepfer on Vimeo.

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