Comic-Con 2011: 'Star Wars' Fans Get First Look at Deleted Scenes (Video)

The clips will be part of the nine-disc Blu-ray release of the complete saga that hits stores in September.

Attendees at the Star Wars Fan Movie Awards got a sneak peed at some of the deleted scenes included on the upcoming Blu-ray Disc release of all six films in the Star Wars franchise.


 Star Wars: The Complete Saga is a nine-disc set that will offer full 1080p video presentations of the movie, DTS-HD Master Audio 6.1 surround tracks and more than 40 hours of special features, including never-before-seen content, like these deleted scenes. [Watch the clips below.]
Other features include audio commentary from George Lucas and others, archival interviews with the cast and crew, a tour of the Lucasfilm Archives, concept art, costume sketches, several documentaries and spoofs including "Weird Al" Yankovic's music video tribute to The Phantom Menace.

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The Blu-ray Disc will be available Sept. 16.
This marks the 10th annual Star Wars Fan Movie Awards, for which Lucas picks the winner of the top prize. They were held Thursday night during Comic-Con in San Diego.


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