Star Wars fans recreate the movie | Orange UK.

Thousands of Star Wars fans have joined forces to create a low-budget version of George Lucas’s classic film.

Star Wars Uncut has gone down a storm and has attracted more than 1.3 million hits since it was uploaded to YouTube a week ago.

It was the brainchild of film buff Casey Pugh who cut the film into 472 15-second segments and asked fans to record their own interpretations.

Although the clips had been available online previously, this is the first time they have been put together into a full-length film.

Star Wars Uncut: Director’s Cut is the end result and Mr Push is very proud of his creation.

He said: “I’m very excited and proud to release the entire film. Watch it for guaranteed LOLs and nostalgia.”

Mr Pugh’s efforts have already earned him a Primetime Emmy for Outstanding Creative Achievement In Interactive Media.

The movie is an eclectic mix of live-action, animation and puppetry, featuring actors of all ages, and in some cases species.

A bewildering variety of household goods are enlisted as substitutes for the original film’s ground-breaking special effects and props.

Locations vary, with efforts to faithfully recreate the original sets sitting side-by-side with homes, suburban streets, bowling alleys and, in one case, a hot tub.

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