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THE 70s REALLY LOVED STAR WARS


For all you kiddies out there who fail to understand the Star Wars phenomenon of the 70s, let me put it to you in a way that you can easily understand:

EVERYTHING AND EVERYBODY LOVED THE MUTHA F*CKING STAR WARS

Even high-brow shit that should’ve never even looked twice at the space opera was all up in it (as the following video will attest).

And speaking (or actually, typing) of the following video, it is a ballet piece that features the music of Star Wars, conducted by none other than John Williams, and introduced by the late Natalie Wood.

A trifecta of the 70s if you will.

Enjoy!

source: Star Wars The Old Republic

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