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      There were no other versions after this. There especially weren’t versions with a computer generated Jabba.

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        I can’t believe Star Wars ended after Return of the Jedi. George Lucas could have made a fortune if he’d produced a prequel trilogy, or a sequel trilogy, or made a lot of TV spinoffs.

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      Actually, the laser disc releases are the original cuts, and AFAIK are the highest definition versions available of the original trilogy that aren’t altered.

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      Really? Damn, I saw these for sale recently. Might be worth picking up just for that novelty. Not that I have a VCR anymore.

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    I had this set. They kept saying that that was the last release ever so you better get them.

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    Still have these in a box somewhere in my garage. I do not however have a VCR. I would be tempted to bust them out if it were not for the great fan made 4k original restorations out there.

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    These are the ones I grew up on. Had them until my garage burned down with all of our VHS inside of it sometime during the 00s.

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    Had it! Found it at a yard sale in the late 90s. Some poor bastard’s mom sold em when he left for college. We wore the tapes out and then buried them in the back yard.

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    I remember seeing these at my grandparents’ house before I ever saw any of the movies as a young kid. My uncle was a sci-fi nerd and I guess may still be to some extent.

    I never got to watch these, though. No idea where they are now.

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    When slave Leia falls down the pit, her bewb pops out! You can see it if you frame-by-frame.