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I've seen movies 1-7, Star Wars: Clone Wars (2003), Star Wars: The Clone Wars (2008), Star Wars Rebels and Lego Star Wars Films.

What more watchable content is there (besides fanmade youtube videos or gameplay/storyline etc) (if any)

???

Edit: Excluding stuff like robot chicken star wars, family guy, that 70s show etc.

Edit 2: By watchable I mean it has to be video content i.e. not a book.

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  • The Star Wars Holiday Special, Droids TV Series, Ewoks movies and TV series, that sort of thing? – Valorum Dec 19 '15 at 21:02
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    @Rashad -- consider yourself lucky, then -- especially the Holiday Special. – Ernest Friedman-Hill Dec 19 '15 at 21:15
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    Rashad, do you mean by watchable "physically capable of being watched" ? Because usually watchable is the antonym of "unwatchable" (merriam-webster.com/dictionary/unwatchable), and that would exclude both the Holiday special and the Ewok movies. – Eike Pierstorff Dec 19 '15 at 21:26
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    For the record, this does not fall within the close reasons for either recommendation (he means watchable in the sense of "capable of being viewed on a TV") or a list question since the number of properties is small and easily defined. – Valorum Dec 19 '15 at 21:42
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    Oh yea we are talking about the same thing (just noticed the link) – Rashad Dec 19 '15 at 23:15
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There are a number of TV series, TV films and Films set in the Star Wars universe that you haven't mentioned.

Films

TV Shows


Other Stuff

It's worth mentioning that there have been several other releases of related ephemera;


Non-canon

There have been a number of Lego Star Wars properties that might interest you

  • Ah perfect, the links are very helpful :), in your comment I had to google everything lol – Rashad Dec 19 '15 at 21:21
  • @Richard - re: Lego Droid Tales specifically - like with the novelizations, conflicts with the film canon are considered non-canon. But, do we know if the bookend portions of the Lego Droid Tales series are indeed canon or not (considering they are post Disney and thus in some measure LucasFilm Story Group)? There are aspects that could be interesting if canon - such as the Imperial Remnant, General Veers, etc.... – NKCampbell Feb 4 '16 at 23:01
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    @NKCampbell - I've posted a separate question addressing this. In short, the answer is that the Droid Tales cartoons aren't canon, but they're more respectful of the existing canon and had more input from Lucasfilm. – Valorum Feb 4 '16 at 23:28
  • @Richard - cool thanks. I was going to post that as an actual question initially and my pre-post searching led me to this thread. I missed the other one. Thanks! – NKCampbell Feb 5 '16 at 15:23
  • @Rashad-Just a heads-up regarding the Star Wars Holiday Special, it gets pretty rough. Not saying anything else due to spoilers, but I'd suggest having a bottle of Tylenol or liquor nearby, whichever you' prefer; trust me, you'll be needing at least 1 – Gothamite24 Feb 5 at 8:28

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