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The Ewoks’ Forest From ‘Return of the Jedi’ Was Totally Destroyed

Star Wars: Return of the Jedi took 1980s viewers on a journey to another galaxy far, far away. The most memorable scenes took place on the forest moon of the planet Endor, which was filled with huge trees and lush foliage. But if you’ve ever thought about visiting the Endor, it won’t work. Almost all Return of the Jedi the shooting sites have since been destroyed.

As detailed in the article on San Francisco Gate, JediThe Endor scenes were primarily filmed in Del Norte County, California, on private land owned by the Miller-Rellim Redwood Company. Shooting in redwood forests is extremely difficult and is now often allowed because the trees are very valuable and many of them are in protected areas. But since this particular area was owned by a logging company that already «had a logging plan detailing planned logging operations, the filmmakers could do whatever they wanted on the private land.» No permissions were required. What’s more, the bark of the elder sequoia will protect them from any potential pyrotechnic damage.» This is always good for space battles.

But this harvest plan also This meant that shortly after the completion of production in Del Norte County, the company cut down all the trees on Endor.

The article also shows that there is actually only one part Return of the Jedi The location is still standing, and it was here in Humboldt County State Park that the Endor speeder chase was filmed. This piece of trees is reportedly located «off Highway 36 in Grizzly Creek State Park along the Cheetham Grove Trail.» You can recognize some of the fallen trees in the scene; according to a member of the local film commission, 40 years later, he still looks like Endor.

If you are interested in film tourism, check out our list of some notable film locations that Still stands and is open to visitors. Some even from Star Wars.

[H/T Moviemaker Magazine]

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