Peter bernstein ewoks original soundtracks

As with The Ewok Adventure , George Lucas was involved heavily in the creative process for  The Battle for Endor , his company ILM handled the special effects, and composer Peter Bernstein returned to create the score. According to co-director Ken Wheat, Lucas got his inspiration for the sequel's plot after watching Heidi with his daughter. Like its predecessor, The Battle for Endor won an Emmy , had a brief overseas theatrical run, and made it onto home media in various forms. The Battle for Endor is marginally better than The Ewok Adventure —but even with its stronger plot, this sequel isn't deep enough to make a lasting impression.

We'd been thinking about the adventure films we'd liked as kids, like Swiss Family Robinson and The Seventh Voyage of Sinbad , so we suggested having space marauders, which was fine with George -- as long as they were 7 feet tall, of course! The rest of the brainstorming was done along those lines. Joe Johnston (the production designer and second unit director) and Phil Tippett (the creature supervisor) were involved in the second day's story session, and they contributed an assortment of bits and pieces. [2]

John Williams recorded himself most of his compositions. However, some exceptions occurs and this section is therefore complementary to the main discography. In addition, it presents a special section dedicated to each of his concert works that have been recorded. As John Williams's film works are loved by the public, they were much recorded and continue to be, so another section containing selections of some his works recorded by other artists is also featured.

Peter Bernstein is a composer for both television and film. The son of composer Elmer Bernstein , Peter scored both Caravan of Courage: An Ewok Adventure and Ewoks: The Battle for Endor .

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1. [CARAVAN OF COURAGE (1984)] The Trek (02:22)
2. Introduction / Main Title (02:47)
3. Izrina (01:35)
4. Flying (02:46)
5. The Pulga Chase (02:49)
6. [THE BATTLE OF ENDOR (1985)] Noa And Terak (03:47)
7. Teek (02:46)
8. The Set Up / Terak’s Theme (03:09)
9. Noa’s Ark (02:12)
10. Good Night, Bad Dreams (03:11)
11. A Poker Game (02:17)
12. The House (01:45)
13. Escape (01:35)
14. Farewell (03:47)
15. [RETURN OF THE JEDI (1983-1997)] An Ewok Celebration (08:03)
16. The Force Suite (10:42)
17. A Star Wars Experience (17:53)

It was a running fire fight back to the Millennium Falcon. Han, Luke, Leia, Chewbacca, and the droids made it back to the ship and escaped, escaped for Obi-Wan, who was killed by Darth Vader . After defeating a squadron of TIE Fighter, Han piloted the ship to Rebels' secret base on Yavin 4 . Han was present at the mission briefing, and then afterwards went his on way, despite Luke's offer to join the fight. However, Han and Chewbacca showed up to help Luke. They took out the perusing fighters, giving Luke the clearance to destroy the Death Star . Following their victory, Leia rewarded Han, Luke, and Chewbacca with medals for their bravery.

During the production of Caravan of Courage , the children in the cast had to balance their school work with acting in the film. During their time on the set, Lucasfilm decided that it might be an educational and rewarding experience for the older children, Eric Walker (Mace) and Warwick Davis (Wicket), to be given their own camera to use between takes. So, calling themselves W&W Productions , Eric and Warwick shot a documentary of the making of the film, which was released to Eric's YouTube-channel in 2014. [5]

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