Turkish Star Wars = Why I LOVE the Internet?

Haven’t had a chance to watch this in all its 91 minute, subtitled glory… but I WILL.  The power of the dark crappy side compels me…

Description from Google Video:

Turkish-made film commonly known as Turkish Star Wars because of its notorious bootlegging of Star Wars film clips worked into the film. Released in 1982, Dünyayı Kurtaran Adam was created in Turkey caught in the midst of massive political upheaval. As a result, American-made films were not easily acquired and were often remade with a Turkish cast and setting. The musical soundtrack is entirely lifted from Western film hits of the time, primarily using Raiders of the Lost Ark. There are also scenes incorporating the music of Moonraker, Flash Gordon, Battlestar Galactica, Planet of the Apes and Disney’s The Black Hole. Films considered the worst ever…


2 Responses to “Turkish Star Wars = Why I LOVE the Internet?”

  1. September 22, 2008 at 3:00 pm

    This might be too bad for me to watch… But the music is “catchy”. I “fast forwarded” to the end…WEIRD!

    I’m a little torn as well. Knowing that I can never get back that hour and a half of my life… Maybe next time the wife’s out of town.

    *PROTIP: You can fullscreen it if you go to the Google Video page I pulled it from. Maximize your pain…

  2. 2 uha1
    October 3, 2008 at 1:20 pm

    One of the funniest trash films I have ever watched, its at least better than watching real Star Wars for thousand times!

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