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Saving Star Wars (2004)

Saving 'Star Wars' (original title)
Two Star Wars fans venture to deliver a letter to George Lucas.


Gary Wood


Gary Wood


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Credited cast:
Joe Urban Joe Urban ... Woody
Jim Peterson Jim Peterson ... Hank
David Prowse ... Dave Prowse
Lee Ann Millen Lee Ann Millen ... Lisa
George Starkey George Starkey ... George Lucas
Matthew Scott Brooks Matthew Scott Brooks ... Man In Chair
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Tori Allen Tori Allen ... Herself
Apollo Bacala Apollo Bacala ... Melvin Lucas
Justin Escue Justin Escue ... Brad
Michelle Estelle Michelle Estelle ... Fan
Steve Gray Steve Gray ... Tusken Raider
Russell Harrell Russell Harrell ... Jedi
Carl Kakasuleff Carl Kakasuleff ... Big Thug
Daniel Niswander Daniel Niswander
Gregg Nowling Gregg Nowling ... Jedi


Two Star Wars fans venture to deliver a letter to George Lucas.

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Not all sagas have to end.





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Release Date:

9 June 2004 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Saving Star Wars See more »

Filming Locations:

Indianapolis, Indiana, USA See more »

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Woodworks Films See more »
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Did You Know?


Joe Urban who plays Woody in the film also plays the "Drill Sargent" Stormtrooper in the alley scene. See more »


Present day cars visible in a scene that takes place in 1977. See more »


Spoofs Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back (2001) See more »

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Indy-Pendant Movies Rule!
30 June 2004 | by Keeper_IndySee all my reviews

I took a friend to see this movie with me and as I worked a little behind the scenes I kept nudging her with my elbow saying, "That was filmed at Riley!" or wherever the scene was shot at. I must say it's different watching a movie where you have been behind the scenes.

Lets see, take 4 cups "A Knights Tale", 6 cups "Weekend at Bernie's", 2 cups "Clerks", and 3 cups "Scary Movie" and put all ingredients in a bowl. Blend with mixer until mixture is creamy. (about 40 different strokes, if mixing by hand) Place in a 16:9 silver baking dish and give to writer / director Gary Wood to bake. What you have is an excellent movie that will keep you laughing out loud from start to finish.

A story about a father (Woody) who loves his son that has been stricken with a terminal illness. They both have precious memories of seeing the StarWars movies with each other. His son makes a last request for his father to continue to go see the movies without him and remember him when he does. Woody is dragged to Indianapolis by his best friend (Hank) to a StarWars convention with a goal to talk to George Lucas (played by George Starkey) and get him to never stop making StarWars movies. Along the way Hank winds up, somehow, in the most hilarious scenarios you can imagine and learns what it will truly take to fulfill his son's wish.

Doesn't sound like a comedy you say. Well, that's where the brilliance of Gary Wood comes into play and you'll just have to go see the movie to see how he does it! When the credits hit I couldn't believe that nearly an hour and forty-five minutes had gone by. To me that says it all - See you at the movies !!!

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