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An ‘American Graffiti’ 50th Anniversary Restoration Is Coming to Theaters & 4K UHD

Newly remastered and with a new sound mix, George Lucas’ nostalgic 1973 classic looks and sounds better than ever.

AMERICAN GRAFFITI, from left: Ron Howard, Cindy Williams, Richard Dreyfuss, Charles Martin Smith, Paul Le Mat, far right: Wolfman Jack on Japanese poster art, 1973.

‘American Graffiti’s’ Star-Studded Yearbook & Where Are They Now 50 Years Later!

50 years ago ‘American Graffiti’ hit the silver screen, let’s see what the star studded cast is up to now.

black and white still from the 1942 Republic Pictures serial

The Classic Cliffhanger Serials That Helped Inspire ‘Indiana Jones’

Among their other inspirations for the daredevil archaeologist they introduced in Raiders of the Lost Ark, George Lucas and Steven Spielberg raided the lost art of action-packed ’30s and ’40s movie serials like Spy Smasher and Perils of Nyoka.

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‘Raiders of the Lost Ark’ Is Getting a Limited Theatrical Re-Release

The first Indiana Jones movie will be back on the big screen — but for two days only! Find out when, and also take a look back at the adventure classic’s previous theatrical runs, as well as its notable home video and television appearances.

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The Indiana Jones Movies & TV Series Are Coming to Disney+

Ahead of the new Indiana Jones movie, you will soon be able to stream all four of the previous Indy movies, as well as ABC’s early ’90s ‘Young Indiana Jones’ series, on Disney+.

Watch Donny & Marie Channel Luke & Leia in a 1977 ‘Star Wars’ Spoof

Plus Kris Kristofferson as Han Solo! Redd Foxx as Obi-Wan! Artoo, Threepio and Chewbacca! Paul Lynde, dancing stormtroopers and more in a September 1977 episode of the Osmonds’ variety show.

(l-r): Harrison Ford as Han Solo, Carrie Fisher as Leia Organa and Mark Hamill as Luke Skywalker in a posed publicity still from 1983's

‘Return of the Jedi’ Is Getting a Limited 40th-Anniversary Theatrical Release

The third installment in the original Star Wars trilogy was originally released May 25, 1983, and can be seen on the big screen again starting in late April 2023.