Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back - The National Public Radio Dramatization
June 1995
309ppg

Publisher: Del Rey
Author: Brian Daley
Cover Artist:

Cover Price: $11.00
Media: Paperback
ISBN: 0-345-39605-7 - 1st

NOTES
The original “shooting” script for the Empire radio play.

SYNOPSIS
The Empire Strikes Back movie FOLLOWED REBELS AND THE EMPIRE THROUGH A STRUGGLE THAT CROSSED THE GALAXY. But THE NPR DRAMATIZATION WILL REVEAL SCENES THE MOVIE NEVER SHOWED YOU....

•The Imperials discover the planetary probe evidence that leads them to the Rebel base •Luke Skywalker and Han Solo await rescue in an emergency shelter on the frozen surface of Hoth •Han Solo and his first mate, Chewbacca, fix the Falcon—and demolish each other's egos •Luke encounters a medical droid that could match C-3PO for politesse anytime •The Rebel control room on Hoth during the desperate battle against the Imperial Walkers •Luke's last-minute rendezvous with his attack wing on the surface of Hoth—on foot •Inside Yoda's cave on Luke's first morning of training in the mysterious ways of the Jedi

The ten episodes of this original radio dramatization script contain exciting new scenes and extra information on the events of the second installment in the acclaimed Star Wars series, which has become part of our modern mythology. And behind-the-scenes details of the dramatization process itself come to light in an informative introduction by the script's author, Brian Daley—who wrote the episodes, then reworked scenes on the spot in the recording studio, creating the National Public Radio dramatization broadcast on stations nationwide.

The story of The Empire Strikes Back comes to life again in these original scripts—this time with more background, more scenes—more Star Wars!



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