Star Wars: Making Magic is an interactive CD-ROM released in 1996 by LucasArts as part of The LucasArts Archives Vol. II: Star Wars Collection (it was also included on the CD for Star Wars: Yoda Stories released in 1997). It was designed as a behind-the-scenes look at the production of Star Wars Trilogy Special Edition release.


It includes interviews with George Lucas revealing why he chose to re-touch and add to the original trilogy. It also includes documentaries on the process behind enhancing existing scenes and adding new computer generated imagery into the original films.

While not containing as extensive a collection of previously deleted scenes or cut-content as Behind the Magic, Making Magic does include some of the original scene of Han Solo and Jabba the Hutt meeting in Docking Bay 94. The scene (as originally filmed in 1976 with Harrison Ford and Irish actor Declan Mulholland, prior to a CGI Jabba being added) was briefly seen in the television specials The Making of Star Wars in 1977 and From Star Wars to Jedi: The Making of a Saga in 1983.

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