Empire Of Dreams: The Story Of The Star Wars Trilogy goes behind the scenes in the making of the original Star Wars trilogy, which forever changed the way movies are made, seen, and heard. It reveals how independent filmmaker George Lucas changed the rules of cinema when his box office hit shaped the way we see and create films. I remember seeing parts of the 151-minute documentary on TV, but when I bought the DVD set for the Star Wars trilogy, I watched it so I could see the behind-the-scenes work, interviews, and all of the other featured stuff. It gave me some important facts from it, including my favorite one: "Blue Harvest" was the code name of Return Of The Jedi, which was originally titled Revenge Of The Jedi. Yeah, I guess I learned a lot from the making of the first three Star Wars movies - and it was, in many ways, educational. Directed by Edith Becker and Kevin Burns and starring George Lucas, Harrison Ford, Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, James Earl Jones, Peter Mayhew, Frank Oz, and Billy Dee Williams.