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In 1980, we learned the POWER of “The Empire” when it struck back against the Rebel forces for 2 hours and 7 minutes. That power was accompanied by one of the – if not the greatest-paced movies of all time but also a question. That question? When would the franchise return? When would it come back to the silver screen to deliver the NEXT chapter of a story that we were already salivating for? Well, it took three more years to happen but – RETURN. IT. DID. The toasty days of May, 1983, provided us with “Return of the Jedi“. Once again, the characters, the story, the connective tissue and the FORCE – flowed. It’s another piece of fandom in the making for nearly 40 years, but behold! It’s time for the 2GuysTalking: Star Wars Perspective Review of 1983’s “Return of the Jedi“, directed by Richard Marquand.

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Links from this Episode:

— Return of the Jedi on IMDB

— The Trailer for STAR WARS: Return of the Jedi

BoxOfficeMojo.Com Numbers for Return of the Jedi (1983)

FX Before and Afters on YouTube

The Cast of Star Wars: Return of the Jedi

Everything Wrong with Return of the Jedi

Admiral Ackbar from Adam Savage

Yoda’s DataPad

Crystals and Hilts of The Lightsabers

The Soundtrack from Return of the Jedi

Link to Chris’ Book – The Light Bringer

— Link to Pat’s Book – Crisis Cops

Star Wars Theory on YouTube – Force Judgement – What If Order 66 Didn’t Succeed?

What If Comics from Marvel

— Link to The Knights of the Old Republic

The Old Republic

The Jedi Code

The Sith Code

Ben Burt Expose’  – The Sound of STAR WARS

Calls to the Audience Inside this Episode:

— — What do YOU remember about the “Hype” before The The Return of the Jedi (1983)? Tell us now!

— — Your thoughts on the MONEY that Return of the Jedi (1983) took in? Tell us now!

— — What did YOU find wrong with Return of the Jedi (1983)? Tell us now!

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The Hosts of this Program: Chris DiGiuseppi

Chris DiGiuseppi is an award-winning and local bestselling author from his first novel, The Light Bringer and has been traditionally published five times. Chris has over 25 years in Law Enforcement at various levels up to and including Chief of Police. He is a graduate of the FBI National Academy and Northwestern University School of Police Staff Command. He is trained in various aspects of Law Enforcement and holds degrees in Human Resources and Business Administration. Chris lives with his wife and children in Missouri.

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Pat Doering:

Pat Doering is a crisis negotiator in the St. Louis area who also has writing credits for his detailed negotiator introspective, “Crisis Cops: The Evolution of Hostage Negotiations in America” which details most demanding and stressful jobs in law enforcement. In addition to being a husband and father, Pat also is one of the most sophisticated, knowledgeable Star Wars fans that provides little-known details about not just the films – but toys, books, video game lore and more. Pat has also visited inside of the land of podcasting previously inside several episodes of “The 24 Podcast.Com Effort” providing insight, detail and knowledge in regard to crisis negotiation and psychological operations in regard to providing solutions to volatile situations.

Mike Wilkerson:

Mike Wilkerson is a former certified Sign Language Interpreter for the Deaf, now Marketing Automation Director for a large St. Louis-based Computer company and has been hosting, producing, concepting and enhancing podcasts for 13 years. While his interests are definitively pop culture-based, the bottom line is: It’s ALL About Perspective. Whether it’s being captured inside of one of Mike’s Podcast Capture Studios (based in St. Louis) inside the coming-soon “Micro Audio Podcast Capture Studios” (MPACS) or via The Podcast Bug: A 1974 custom Superbeetle with a recording studio built inside of it – Podcasting is Captured  Perspective. Be sure to contact Mike with questions about podcasting, about the many programs he hosts or about the other programs that populate The 2GuysTalking Podcast Network.

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