By: Bryan Enk
Well, here’s a hot-ticket panel we’ll probably be seeing at “Star Wars” Celebration next year.
A long time ago, in our own galaxy, there were short films screened before features. One such short film, a 25-minute fantasy epic called “Black Angel,” was shown before certain overseas prints of “Star Wars: Episode V — The Empire Strikes Back” (1980).
And then, inexplicably, it was gone, with no trace of a negative or bootleg VHS copy to be found. Lost to legend, obscurity, and the occasional reference at fan conventions.
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