Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga (Complete Blu-ray Box Set)


  • Complete box set of Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga on Blu-ray
  • Released in 2019 and is region-free
  • Features a variety of directors including George Lucas and J.J. Abrams
  • Starring actors such as Mark Hamill and Harrison Ford
  • Includes subtitles in German, Spanish, and French
  • English language available in Dolby Digital 5.1
  • Produced by Walt Disney and made in Poland
  • Single disc included with a total weight of 400 grams
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    Introducing the ultimate treasure trove for all Star Wars fans: Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga Complete Blu-ray Box Set! Brace yourself for an epic journey through the galaxy far, far away, as you relive the iconic saga that has captured the hearts of millions.

    This magnificent box set contains all nine exhilarating episodes of the Skywalker Saga, from the thrilling adventures of Luke Skywalker in the original trilogy to the epic conclusion in the latest trilogy. Immerse yourself in the captivating world of Jedi knights, Sith lords, and intergalactic battles, all in stunning high-definition Blu-ray quality.

    But wait, there’s more! This box set is not just about the movies. It’s a collector’s dream come true, packed with exclusive bonus features, behind-the-scenes footage, and interviews with the cast and crew. Dive deeper into the Star Wars universe and uncover the secrets behind the making of these legendary films.

    Whether you’re a die-hard Star Wars aficionado or a casual fan, this complete Blu-ray box set is the ultimate gift that will transport you to a galaxy of adventure and excitement. Perfect for birthdays, holidays, or any special occasion, it’s a must-have for anyone who wants to experience the full power of the Force.

    So, grab your lightsaber, gather your fellow Star Wars enthusiasts, and prepare for an unforgettable journey through the Skywalker Saga. May the Force be with you as you embark on this epic cinematic adventure!

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    Aspect Ratio



    English (Dolby Digital 5.1)

    Product Dimensions

    19 x 15 x 10 cm, 400 Grams

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    George Lucas, J.J. Abrams, Rian Johnson, Irvin Kershner, Richard Marquand

    Media Format

    PAL, Blu-ray

    Release date

    20 April 2020


    Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher, Ewan McGregor, Daisy Ridley


    German, Spanish, French


    Walt Disney

    Country of origin


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    13 reviews for Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga (Complete Blu-ray Box Set)

    1. matthewholland

      Awesome to have all the collection in one box set. The artwork in the book is excellent, bt having the discs in sleeves within the book is a bit poor. Would have hoped that there was at least an option to buy the cases for the movies to be stored in.

      Will just need to take a lot more care when taking discs in and out and in how I store the box. 1 star removed for lack of cases, but the movies are 5 stars 🙂 uhd 1-6 is awesome. Not so keen on the later movies

    2. Jamie

      Best boxset money can buy!

    3. robert ralston


    4. matthewholland

      I pre-ordered my copy of this the moment it became available – on Christmas Day, 2019. I had just gone to see Episode 9 at the cinema, the previous day.

      First of all, why have there been reviews of this boxed set posted here before today – the day when it actually released?
      I received my set this morning, so now that I have it in my hands, I can actually post a review.

      I watched Star Wars (or Episode 4, or A New Hope) today just to compare with previous versions.
      So this is the first time I have ever seen this movie in native 4K with HDR. Player states “2160p 60hz HDR (PQ)”. 2160 pixel per 60 frames per second. High Dynamic Range enhanced for Picture Quality.

      It really makes a difference. The Blu-ray version would upscale into 4K with Standard Dynamic Range, but this new transfer is something very special. The picture clarity is astonishing, and there is clear improvement in contrast and colour depth. I can make out things in shadows which I had never noticed before, despite probably seeing this particular film a hundred times.

      Add in a new Atmos soundtrack too, and this movie which is now 43 years old, looks and sounds better than ever.

      It really is like seeing it for the first time. All over again.

      This experience is the sole reason I bought a Home Cinema setup to begin with. I watched “A New Hope” just now, with full modern video remaster, on a projector screen eighty inches across. I can see picture detail I have never noticed before. I can also clearly hear (and understand) dialogue that was previously just muffled background noise.
      The laser blasts bouncing around the trash-compactor sound great on a decent home cinema setup.
      The speeder bike chase in “Return of the Jedi” is better than ever, – sharp, clear, no blurring, and a real sense of speed.

      And as for the “Maclunkey” issue – when I first heard about this, my thoughts were “what are you talking about?”
      But it seems that this strange word was put in, to replace a half-second frame of Greedo attempting to shoot Han Solo. Now Han shoots Greedo again, without Greedo shooting back. To me this is a good thing – a man sent by a gangster to collect a debt would not kill the debtor, not without gaining the extreme disfavour of his gangster boss. To me, Greedo shooting Han just made no sense, so I am glad they removed it.

      People who are complaining that they wanted the Non-Special-Edition versions can watch them on videocassette (but they won’t be anywhere as good as this set is). These films are not public property – at the time George Lucas owned them, and was entitled to edit them however he saw fit. George Lucas’ view was that “technology has now caught up to the point where I finally make the movie I wanted to make in 1977”. These are the finished versions of these movies that the filmmakers actually wanted to make, and wanted us to see.

      And in a beautiful presentation box as well.
      However, the way in which the discs are packaged makes them very susceptible to fingerprints. I am very careful not to get any scratches on them, but in hindsight – perhaps plastic clip cases would have been better than these tight cardboard sleeves.

      I thought there was a documentary called “Empire of Dreams” but I cannot find it in this set. But I cannot find that documentary in the previous boxed set either (the Blu-ray box with six films in it, released in 2001). All of the bonus features in that 2001 set are present here in this box, and a lot more goodies besides.

      So, to sum up – this particular box is the main reason I own a home cinema setup, which has probably cost a few thousand pounds.

      And after what I saw tonight – it is totally worth it.

    5. Raquel

      watching these and enjoying them very much

    6. Lee

      Christmas present. Good price. Great gift.

    7. Paul N

      Bought this because my grandson wanted to watch the movies from beginning. We are all enjoying our movie nights.

    8. 💀

      Ik kocht deze DVD-box afgaande op de informatie die Amazon bij het artikel zet.
      Volgens deze info waren alle DVD’s voorzien van ondertitels in het Nederlands.
      Uiteindelijk bleek dit slechts zo te zijn voor 4 van de 9 DVD’s….

    9. Anthony

      It’s fantastic and so much bonus content. Even if you have a Blu-ray player you might want to future-proof your purchase and buy this 4K version anyway because all the bonus content is on Blu-ray and the movies come on 4K and Blu-ray. The art work is a nice touch and a personal letter from Mark Hamill is to be treasured for true fans of the main nine movies.

    10. Greet Van Den Heuvel

      Great collection, great price. A must have for collectors.

    11. Denise Mead

      For my own personal use

    12. bjohnk

      I have always been a serious fan for all things Sc-Fi. IMHO, one the greatest Sc-Fi Movies ever made is “2001: A Space Odyssey” (Arthur C. Clarke – Stanley Kubrick). This Film is an amazing thought-provoking journey with equally amazing Visuals and Sounds, mindful its release was way back in 1968. In the mid 70’s, after watching this Film, I could not see how any subsequent film could ever compare with this Masterpiece. George Lucas changed all that in 1977 with the Release of Star Wars IV.

      Although I was a bit slow getting onto the Star-Wars Bandwagon, I eventually purchased the Original Star Wars Trilogy on VHS videos. These were Great Movies, at the time. Then I went upmarket purchasing the Special Edition Trilogy on NTSC Laser-Disc with AC3 (Dolby Digital 5.1) which was Fantastic. Then I purchased both the Silver and Gold DVD Boxsets of the Special Edition Trilogy. Then I bought the 6 Movie Blu-Ray Boxset with Film Cell. Now I have the latest 4K Ultra HD HDR / HD / Bonus Discs Boxset featuring 7.1.4 Dolby Atmos.

      Needless to say, I am somewhat obsessive, when it comes to watching / owning Star Wars Movies which produce the very best Audio-Visual experience available. This Boxset achieves the Very Best Audio-Visual Experience EVER. Although I enjoy the Prequel and Sequel Trilogies, my real love is for the Original Special Edition Trilogy. There is no doubt in my mind that this version of the Original Trilogy (Episode IV) transferred to 4K UHD/HDR is absolutely amazing for its clarity, colour and detail, on a movie which is over 40 years old. I have watched episodes I -IV with IV (The New Hope) being my favourite and can say that the Dolby Atmos Sound experience on these Movies, is absolutely Exceptional.

      The Packaging is a very nice dual-slide opening outer box with a sort of black rubberise texture and a nicely printed “Death Star” on the front. The Hard Cover Book within is removed by using a silk type pull ribbon. The Book outer covers are steel ’ish in colour featuring faux steel screws and Boldly Printed (Not Embossed), Centralised “STAR WARS” with “THE SKYWALKER SAGA” printed underneath. The Book itself consists of double thick Hard Card pages with nicely printed artwork scenes from each Movie. Each Right Page artwork scene has two pockets which hold the Scene-Movie appropriate 4K and HD Discs. The Bonus discs are stored similarly in the back Hard Card Pages which feature Black & White photos relating to the appropriate Movies. Also included is the Personal Message, on a semi- clear plastic letter from Mark Hamill, which is a nice touch.

      There are things about this Collector’s Boxset that need to be mentioned. Firstly, although described as a Limited-Edition Boxset, there is no mention of how many Boxsets are being Produced & no LE Certificate. With further scrutiny, I see this Boxset is advertised as Limited Edition (Exclusive to Amazon) which I suppose is how Amazon can justify calling this a Limited Edition, which I feel is a little bit naughty & misleading. I believe Special Edition would have been a more appropriate description of this Boxset. Secondly, each of the discs are really tight in their own pockets and require considerable pulling force to extract. I use a Micro-Fibre Lens cleaning cloth when removing the discs so as to avoid leaving finger-thumb prints of the disc surfaces. I now leave this cloth inside the Presentation Case so it is always available when required. With time I’m sure this tightness will reduce but the Micro-Fibre cloth would still be required to remove the discs safely & cleanly. The Bonus discs I have watched, up to Episode IV, have audio which does not always play as it should. I have found that rewinding for a few seconds then playing sorts this out but is rather frustrating & annoying.

      I purchased this Boxset primarily for the 4K UHD/HDR Formats and the Dolby Atmos audio. It would have been nice to include a Separate disc detailing the Technical Processes for Transferring these 9 Movies onto the 4K Format. Similarly, it would have been nice to have seen the inclusion of the Sequel Trilogy 3D Discs. It is strange that Film Studios are still producing 3D Movies but the equipment Manufactures are no longer supporting 3D (TV’s & Blu-Ray Players). Passive 3D “Out of Screen” experience on a 4K television is Visually just amazing. It wouldn’t surprise me if Disney decided to give Episodes I – VI the 3D treatment and produce another Boxset including the existing 3D Episodes VII – IX. As an aside, It is my view that not including the Standalone Movies, “Solo” and “Rogue One” with “The Skywalker Saga” Boxset, was the right and proper decision.

      Bottom Line, this is a really nice Collectors Boxset (albeit expensive), with the 4K Visuals and Dolby Atmos immersive Audio being Fabulous, making this a must have addition to any Die-Hard “Star-Wars” Collection.

    13. Roger

      Having bought the original “Box set” of the First 3 RELEASED movies, it became increasingly difficult / expensive to have an “up to date “box set” buying individual DVD’s to maintain the collection. Having bought this is can once again go thorough the movies in their “intended order” rather than their release order.
      At some point i will probably have to invest in a “the Mandalorian” box set, but until then….
      “in a DVD player far far away….”

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