- 66 GB
- Star Wars Episode Return Jedi 1983 2160p CUSTOM DCPRIP SDR x265 DTS 4k83
Return of the Jedi (1983)
As Rebel leaders map their strategy for an all-out attack on the Emperor's newer, bigger Death Star. Han Solo remains frozen in the cavernous desert fortress of Jabba the Hutt, the most loathsome outlaw in the universe, who is also keeping Princess Leia as a slave girl. Now a master of the Force, Luke Skywalker rescues his friends, but he cannot become a true Jedi Knight until he wages his own crucial battle against Darth Vader, who has sworn to win Luke over to the dark side of the Force.expand_more
- Mark Hamill As Luke Skywalker
- Harrison Ford As Han Solo
- Carrie Fisher As Princess Leia
- Billy Dee Williams As Lando Calrissian
- Anthony Daniels As C-3PO
- David Prowse As Darth Vader
- Kenny Baker As R2-D2 / Paploo
- Peter Mayhew As Chewbacca
- Frank Oz As Yoda (voice)
- Ian McDiarmid As The Emperor
- James Earl Jones As Voice of Darth Vader (voice)
- Sebastian Shaw As Anakin Skywalker
- Alec Guinness As Ben 'Obi-Wan' Kenobi
- Warwick Davis As Wicket
- Caroline Blakiston As Mon Mothma
- Michael Pennington As Moff Jerjerrod
- Kenneth Colley As Admiral Piett
- Michael Carter As Bib Fortuna
- Denis Lawson As Wedge
- Tim Rose As Admiral Ackbar
- Dermot Crowley As General Madine
- Jeremy Bulloch As Boba Fett
- Femi Taylor As Oola
- Annie Arbogast As Sy Snootles
- Claire Davenport As Fat Dancer
- Jack Purvis As Teebo
- Mike Edmonds As Logray
- Jane Busby As Chief Chirpa
- Malcolm Dixon As Ewok Warrior
- Mike Cottrell As Ewok Warrior expand_more
After a daring mission to rescue Han Solo from Jabba the Hutt| the rebels dispatch to Endor to destroy a more powerful Death Star. Meanwhile| Luke struggles tohelp Darth Vader back from the dark side without falling into the Emperor's trap.
Video Format.........: H.265 (HEVC)
Video Bitrate........: 65 Mbps
Resolution...........: 3840 x 2160
Aspect Ratio.........: 2.35:1 (letterboxed to 16x9)
Size.................: 67 GB
Color................: 10 bit
Sources..............: 99.9% of all film frames sourced from one original 1983 35mm print. See below for more info on sources.
Genre................: Science Fiction
Duration.............: 2h 12m (approx)
Track 01.............: 2.0 DTS-MA (1983 35mm Optical Audio (from this print)) Eng
Track 02.............: 5.1 DTS-MA (5.1 mix 2018 version (new for 4K83)) Eng
Track 03.............: 2.0 AC3 (1993 LaserDisc audio (new for 4K83)) Eng
Track 04.............: 3.0 AC3 (1993 LaserDisc audio Commentary (new for 4K83)) Eng
SUBTITLES can be found in the SRT folder
| LANGUAGES INCLUDED |
English • English SDH • Mandarin/Simplified • Mandarin/Traditional • Cantonese • American Spanish • Castilian Spanish • French • Arabic • Russian • Brazilian
Portuguese • European Portuguese • German • Indonesian • Malay • Japanese • Italian • Korean • Vietnamese • Turkish • Persian/Farsi • Polish • Thai •
Ukrainian • Romanian • Dutch • Croatian • Hungarian • Greek • Czech • Swedish • Bulgarian • Danish • Hebrew • Finnish • Norwegian • Slovenian • Estonian
All subtitles are from "Project Threepio v10.1". Thank you CatBus.
They have been time adjusted to account for the two extra frames (see below).
The goal of Project 4K83 is simply to create a version of the 1983 Pre-Special Edition version of Return of the Jedi that will look good on a 4K television or monitor.
This project is being rendered at 1080p and 4k UHD (2160p). These are the final media files as follows:
03-Return.of.the.Jedi.4K83.2160p.UHD.35mm.x265-v1.0.mkv <--- this version
99.9% of all frames used in this project are sourced from one original 1983 35mm Eastman print. The remaining 175 frames were sourced from an alternate 35mm print. All frames were
scanned, cleaned, stabilized, and color corrected in 4k (anamorphic) from 35mm prints. The primary print used is NOT a release print but a special screening print struck directly
from the original film negative in 1983. It is presented with it's original film grain intact which is two generations less than what a theatrical release print would have and only
one generation from the original negative.
No digital noise reduction (DNR) or sharpening has been applied to the film image.
Color Timing: The color correction has been done on a reel-to-reel basis (mostly). This preserves the color variations from shot to shot as they would have been seen in theatres in
- A few deviations from the reel-to-reel correction have been made to better conform to a TV/monitor environment, plus other minor adjustments. For the most part it is a
reel-to-reel color correction.
This project is not GOUT-synced. The GOUT version of this film is missing two frames that were seen in theatres. This project presents those two original theatrical frames for film
and historical accuracy. Muxing in alternate GOUT synced audio to this project will slightly alter the audio sync by two frames. Most people won't notice a two frame shift in audio
sync. The two extra frames are located at time 00:47:41.
Audio Track 1 is the stereo optical audio extracted from our primary 35mm print using a 35mm optical reader and Dolby decoder. Mastering by schorman.
Audio Track 2 is a new 5.1 audio track, mastered for this release. Mastering by hairy_hen. This 5.1 mix is only suited for 5.1 systems. For 2.0 systems use one of the stereo tracks
for greater clarity.
Audio Track 3 is the 1993 LaserDisc stereo audio. Mastering by schorman.
Audio Track 4 is the 1993 LaserDisc audio commentary. Mastering by schorman.
Some alternate audio is provided in an Alternate Audio folder for you to mux in as desired.
All audio provided is synced to 4K83. Thank you hairy_hen and schorman.
Additional information about the project can be found here:
Plans for potential future updates:
- A Blu-Ray ISO has been discussed for a more standard movie-watching experience which will include a disc menu, alongside additional content and bonus features.
- Since the dynamic range of the scanned film exceeds that of standard televisions, there is potential for a future HDR release. The team is working hard to produce an HDR version
as our understanding of the encoding requirements evolve - stay tuned.
- A DNR version may be created as well. It looks quite good with the grain though.
None of these plans are guaranteed.
The included playlists should work with VLC Player or other media players, and play all the files in order. Two different playlist formats provided in case one does not work with
your preferred media player.
This film is a restoration seeking to preserve an orphaned work of our cultural heritage.
We do not condone video piracy. Before watching this video you are expected to own at least one official version of Return of the Jedi as released by the studio. Examples include
VHS, Betamax, Laserdisc, CED, DVD, or BluRay. If we could buy this version of Return of the Jedi on an official 4K BluRay, we would do so. Today.
If you bought this version on eBay, you were scammed and should report the seller.
This material is intended for personal use only and the public exhibition, sale, distribution, or broadcast of this material is prohibited by law, until the copyright expires, at
which time the work enters the public domain. Until then, Return of the Jedi remains TM & © Lucasfilm Ltd. (LFL) 1983 All Rights Reserved.
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