Yub Nub (Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi Ending)

Yub Nub (Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi Ending)

This is the ending of the unremastered version of Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi, featuring the song “Yub Nub”

This is sourced from the poorly mastered 2006 DVD, upscaled to 720p in order to prevent YouTube from destroying the quality. Expect a better version of this clip whenever Team Negative1’s project is finished.

Copyright held by Lucasfilms and/or 20th Century Fox.

You may also like...

19 Responses

  1. BFMachine says:

    With episode VII in mind I find the Yub Nub music more appropriate. It
    makes it feel like it’s just the end of another chapter in the Star Wars
    saga whereas the re-release music makes it feel like it’s the end of
    everything.

    • Conrado Javier says:

      +Ahvi303 Palpy’s Remaining Army are like the Outcast during Episode 7, & I
      wonder who’s gonna be Luke’s First Student in The Disney Reboot?

    • Ahvi303 says:

      +Conrado Javier Then that would sort of contradict the new scene in Episode
      6 that has the people of Coruscant holding up a dead Stormtrooper.

    • Conrado Javier says:

      +Ahvi303 What if the Citizens of Corrusant sees Palpatine as a Hero in
      Episode 7?

    • Ahvi303 says:

      I don’t think it’s the new music that makes it feel like the end of
      everything so much as all of the new additional shots of various crowds
      celebrating on other planets. I like the new music, but you’re right, with
      Episode VII in place and the Empire clearly still being around, this ending
      without the new scenes makes The Battle of Endor feel like just another
      major victory for the Rebel Alliance, which it is, and not the end of the
      Galactic Civil War altogether which is the way it should be.

  2. Zer0nite says:

    People are mad that this shit was changed.

  3. Minichimi says:

    You guys seriously want this back in your films???

    • Timothy Whitfield says:

      +mofoca22 I saw Jedi in the theaters in 1983… and i was 9 years old (I
      also saw it in the 85 re-release when i was 11) and didn’t like the Ewoks
      in general… (my hero was Vader (and Jason Voorhees).. so you can see
      where my head was at lol) – But yea… I always found the end song silly at
      best. Now compared to the SE ending, it’s crap. I have warmed up to the
      Ewoks a bit with age, and I understand what Lucas was doing with them
      storywise… plus they are more serious when compared to Jar Jar 🙂 However
      the ending of the SE is epic and so much better in every way.

    • mofoca22 says:

      +Timothy Whitfield i call bullshit on that lol

    • mofoca22 says:

      +Alexander Ramirez jesus christ it was 1983 things were hell ofa lot better
      back then. only morons that want everything bloody would hate this

    • Timothy Whitfield says:

      +Alexander Ramirez NO – I didn’t like this when I was a kid, never mind now.

  4. jdhockey12 says:

    Yub Nub is a very catchy tune but to tell the trith, the newer ending song
    had a really big impact on the scene, the growing volume of the choir and
    stings, with the background really gave me chills. This one wasn’t that
    great in that aspect

  5. danimalcollective1 says:

    The only thing that should have been digitally changed is moving Luke and
    Leia further apart during that little exchange they have. A little too
    “Flowers in the Attic”.

  6. Juan vicuña says:

    Yub Nub was the best final scene of the VI episode.

  7. Tucker Ainsworth says:

    They should have kept Shaw as Anakin. It shows what he would have looked
    like if he hadn’t turned to the dark side.

  8. iMaxAL says:

    Ahhhhhhhh fucking masterpiece. Why did Lucas change so much, why change
    perfection. 

  9. Phoebe Gleeson says:

    Clementine babbles in iambic pentameter. It may be Ewokese, possibly Jawa?

    “Ah BA da DAH. Weeg DAH bah YAH! Chhck GAH.”

  10. fun911s says:

    Yub Nub (Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi Ending)

  11. Ryann Jay says:

    Glad they changed this!