“Star Wars” may turn 30 years old tomorrow, but today is all about the 1982 film “Dünyayi kurtaran adam,” more commonly known as the cinematic atrocity “The Turkish Star Wars.” A cult classic, this Turkish film blatantly steals footage from Lucas’s sci-fi epic, while incorporating a musical score composed entirely of music from other films…
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Posted on May 25, 2007 in Features by Film Threat Staff
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