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That's Hollywood featuring Star Wars.


Introduction

Tom Bosley, who played Howard Cunningham on Happy Days hosted That's Hollywood. I believe that the show was syndicated. It covered various aspects of cinema. I think it was made by Twentith Century Fox. Segments would always include a multitude of clips from movies.

Bosley never appeared on-camera that I can remember. He served only as the host and narrator.


Transcript

(The segment uses a quick montage of scenes.)

(Imperial Cruiser pursues Rebel Blockade Runner)

Bosley:
... but the movie's ultimate fantasy about the future is Star 
Wars.  

In the words of writer-directory George Lucas, "It's a modern 
fairy-tale about exotic lands and strange creatures, but most 
of all it's fun." (19.9 KB)

(What follows is a compressed montage of scenes starting with 
the TIE fighter battle.)

Leia:
Here they come!

C-3PO:
Help, I think I'm melting.  This is all your fault!

(Death Star battle.)

Biggs:
I'm going in, cover me Porkins.

Porkins:
I'm right with you Red Three.

Vader:
Stay in attack formation.

(Trench run.)

Gold Leader:
Switch to targeting computer.

Vader:
I'll take them myself.

(Rebel ships explode.)

Wedge:
Fighters, coming in point three!

C-3PO:
Hang on Artoo.

Vader:
I have you now!

(Vader's wingman's TIE fighter explodes.)

TIE Pilot:
Look out!

(Falcon roars in.)

Han:
You're all clear kid.  Now let's blow this thing and go home!

(Torpedos release.  Death Star explodes.)

Kenobi:
Remember, the force will be with you, always.

Bosley:
It has been said that the true miracles of our age are not the 
result of our actions, but the result of our inspirations and 
imaginations.  In the twentith century, Hollywood has given us 
an unpresidented look into the future.  So much so that people 
in the twenty-first century will look back at the movies of 
today and marvel at their insites and say, "That's Hollywood!"

End of the tape.

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