TGIF : How about a slice of Turkish bootleg Star Wars ?

What do you do if your name is  Çetin İnanç , its 1982 and you are running out of idea’s for your next movie ?  Simple : You start directing the epic adventure flick called : Dünyayı Kurtaran Adam  (The Man Who Saved the World). A wonderful B-movie full of horrible sets, bad acting, shaky storylines and Star Wars scenes.  Wait .. WHAT ? Indeed , you read that right. To “dress up” his production of “The man who saved the world” (a movie that has a story line that does not even bother to be better then a 70’s pornflick) he used stock footage from Star Wars “A new hope”. For tunes he stole the theme songs from Battlestar Galactica and Indiana Jones to liven up the movie and apparently had no idea that something like “copyright” ever existed. Funny enough the movie became an instant cult classic , so who are we to keep you from its amazing trailer .. Enjoy and try not to ruin your shirt when your eyes and ears start bleeding.

Link :  Here is the terrible truth about the movie on Wikipedia.

BONUS : It appears you are still conscious after watching the trailer, so we will give you this little easter egg : How about a full TURKISH STAR TREK movie ?   Have a nice weekend !

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