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The Rebels scatter after the Empire attacks their base on the ice planet Hoth. Han Solo and Princess Leia are pursued by Imperials, while Luke trains with Jedi Master Yoda. Luke battles Darth Vader and learns the shocking truth of his past.

Special Features:

  • Conversations: The Lost Interviews
  • Discoveries From Inside: Matte Paintings Unveiled
  • A Conversation With The Masters (2010)
  • Dennis Muren: How Walkers Walk
  • Hoth Overview
  • George Lucas On Editing The Empire Strikes Back 1979
  • Irvin Kershner Interview
  • Dagobah Overview
  • Pursued by the Imperial Fleet Overview
  • George Lucas On The Force: 2010
  • Cloud City Overview
  • Han And Leia: Extended Echo Base Argument
  • Luke's Recovery
  • Luke And Leia: Medical Center
  • Wampa Attacks
  • The Fate of General Veers
  • Yoda's Test
  • Hiding In The Asteroid
  • Alternate Han And Leia Kiss
  • Lobot's Capture
  • Leia Tends To Luke
  • AT-AT Walker Fallen Model
  • Snowspeeder Model
  • Tauntaun Maquette
  • Rebel Transport Model
  • Hoth Landscape Matte Painting
  • Leia Hoth Costume
  • Han Solo Interior: Hoth Costume
  • Yoda Model
  • Luke's Severed Head
  • Dagobah Bog Matte Painting
  • Dagobah Matte Painting
  • Luke's Tan Costume
  • Star Destroyer Model
  • Millennium Falcon Model
  • Space Slug
  • Darth Vader's Star Destroyer Model
  • Star Destroyer Hull Model
  • Executor Bridge Matte Painting
  • Boba Fett Prototype Costume
  • Imperial Officer Costume
  • Rebel Cruiser Model
  • Twin-Pod Cloud Car Model
  • Cloud City Models
  • Cloud City Matte Painting
  • Cloud City Landing Platform Matte Painting
  • Cloud City Core Vane Matte Painting
  • Cloud City Core Vane Platform Matte Painting
  • Lando Bespin Costume
  • Cloud City Slave I Matte Painting
Certificate:
U
Actor:
Mark Hamill

Harrison Ford

Carrie Fisher

Billy Dee Williams

Anthony Daniels

David Prowse

Kenny Baker

Frank Oz

Alec Guinness
Director:
Irvin Kershner
Region:
A

B

C
Number of Discs:
3
Main Language:
English
Subtitle Languages:

English for the hearing impaired, Danish, Finnish, German, Italian, Norwegian, Swedish, French, Dutch, Spanish, French

Run Time:
127 mins approx
studio:
Disney Pictures
Theatrical Release Year:
1980

Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back - Zavvi Exclusive 4K Ultra HD Steelbook (3 Disc Edition includes Blu-ray)

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Release Date: 03 August 2020

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The Rebels scatter after the Empire attacks their base on the ice planet Hoth. Han Solo and Princess Leia are pursued by Imperials, while Luke trains with Jedi Master Yoda. Luke battles Darth Vader and learns the shocking truth of his past.

Special Features:

  • Conversations: The Lost Interviews
  • Discoveries From Inside: Matte Paintings Unveiled
  • A Conversation With The Masters (2010)
  • Dennis Muren: How Walkers Walk
  • Hoth Overview
  • George Lucas On Editing The Empire Strikes Back 1979
  • Irvin Kershner Interview
  • Dagobah Overview
  • Pursued by the Imperial Fleet Overview
  • George Lucas On The Force: 2010
  • Cloud City Overview
  • Han And Leia: Extended Echo Base Argument
  • Luke's Recovery
  • Luke And Leia: Medical Center
  • Wampa Attacks
  • The Fate of General Veers
  • Yoda's Test
  • Hiding In The Asteroid
  • Alternate Han And Leia Kiss
  • Lobot's Capture
  • Leia Tends To Luke
  • AT-AT Walker Fallen Model
  • Snowspeeder Model
  • Tauntaun Maquette
  • Rebel Transport Model
  • Hoth Landscape Matte Painting
  • Leia Hoth Costume
  • Han Solo Interior: Hoth Costume
  • Yoda Model
  • Luke's Severed Head
  • Dagobah Bog Matte Painting
  • Dagobah Matte Painting
  • Luke's Tan Costume
  • Star Destroyer Model
  • Millennium Falcon Model
  • Space Slug
  • Darth Vader's Star Destroyer Model
  • Star Destroyer Hull Model
  • Executor Bridge Matte Painting
  • Boba Fett Prototype Costume
  • Imperial Officer Costume
  • Rebel Cruiser Model
  • Twin-Pod Cloud Car Model
  • Cloud City Models
  • Cloud City Matte Painting
  • Cloud City Landing Platform Matte Painting
  • Cloud City Core Vane Matte Painting
  • Cloud City Core Vane Platform Matte Painting
  • Lando Bespin Costume
  • Cloud City Slave I Matte Painting
Certificate:
U
Actor:
Mark Hamill

Harrison Ford

Carrie Fisher

Billy Dee Williams

Anthony Daniels

David Prowse

Kenny Baker

Frank Oz

Alec Guinness
Director:
Irvin Kershner
Region:
A

B

C
Number of Discs:
3
Main Language:
English
Subtitle Languages:

English for the hearing impaired, Danish, Finnish, German, Italian, Norwegian, Swedish, French, Dutch, Spanish, French

Run Time:
127 mins approx
studio:
Disney Pictures
Theatrical Release Year:
1980

Customer Reviews

Overall Rating : 1.76 / 5 (132 Reviews)
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God Awful Artwork

This artwork needs a rethink. Its terrible, it does not fit in with the other Star Wars Covers which use Classic Poster Artwork ( not Teaser Posters). There are at least three Classic Posters to choose from , its not hard. The Force Is Weak with this one.

The empire strikes back

Zavvi please change this Steelbook s cover this Steelbook will ruin this collection one Steelbook lets the whole lot down Make this collection the collection everybody wants all of the others you have done are amazing they will be the pride in anyone’s collection

Great to ESB in 4K but cover needs thought.

Zavvi, this according to you, is a Zavvi Exclusive. Therefore I believe you should have some say on the design at least. For years George Lucas has treated fans with contempt as to regards for the original releases as they originally appeared in cinemas. Star Wars, for those of us that remember 1977, was part of our childhood and considering the global brand it became, the fans who made it happen deserve some respect. The cover you have, in my opinion is a cool an iconic image, but it is the teaser image, the full blown poster was what we saw outside the cinema as we stood to get in. If it is at all possible I would have the original poster art on the front and this image on the back.

Almost Perfect.

Although I already bought the skywalker saga boxset, once I saw this cover I couldn't resist. This used to be the cover on the big box rental vhs I remember from being little in the 80's. I had to double dip. Great work Zavvi. For me it's just shy of perfection due to the lack of original slanted title font.

Empire steelbook .

Glad I've ordered this for my star wars steelbook collection . As for the cover. No big deal and if I wanted to change it to , the other empire poster , I'll get it a steelbook magnet cover . I've done that with my 3 Disney star wars steelbooks .

Go ahead Zavvi, keep hacking away!

I was really in Love with this Community, then the inferior Special Edition released 4K Star Wars Steelbooks became available. Immediately, a once powerful and great Community is now UNDER ATTACK & being censored from Zavvi’s execution of Order 66 for every comment not supporting this terrible decision for the Cover inconsistency, WE ARE ALL GETTING HACKED & SLASHED! What is really sad is that we are all considering paying AGAIN for a set of Movies that are supposed to be in a Collector’s State. I already DO NOT want them because it’s ANOTHER purchase of a Special Edition EDIT without the originals not being included, BUT NOW there is a HUGE HOLE in the middle of the Original Trilogy Steelbook Spot. SO JUST ONE STATEMENT REMAINS: Why is this CLEAR & INCONSISTENT issue not being recognized by anyone @ Zavvi? This is puzzling to me..

Artwork

You all need to get in your head that zavvi doesn’t design the ark work

I have a BAD feeling about this!!!!!!

2nd attempt at trying to get my thoughts on this mess of a Steelbook!!!!! Zavvi,please,with sugar on top!please change the cover to this Steelbook!!!!most people don't like it and could stop buyers purchasing more star wars Steelbook,please listen to your customers!

Poster artwork

Not the artwork I would've chosen and I wouldn't be disappointed if it was changed, but it is a fairly iconic poster. They've recent recreated it for the Vader Immortal VR series (https://bit.ly/ESBVader) to celebrate the film's 40th anniversary. Depending on the finish, it could look quite good. I would've preferred the more memorable 'Gone with the Wind' poster by Roger Kastel, but this art has its place in history too. For what it's worth, the film and extras discs are the same as those included in the 4K box set available from Amazon. It's probably the best the film has ever looked, with more accurate colour timing (no more pink sabers), HDR color grading and some minor VFX tweaks - although it is, of course, another variant of the 1997 special edition, warts and all.

The best in the trilogy

Of all the original trilogy films to be released in 4K I waited on this with bated breath... VERY disappointed with the bland 'teaser' artwork... as are a great many others judging from the reviews. I had the book with the Theatre Artwork and I honestly believe this is what the majority of fans were expecting. Bought only to maintain the collection...