To be more specific, this was a box set that contained the 2004 versions of the Not-So-Special-Editions of the Original Trilogy movies and a fourth disc with bonus features that included a 150-minute documentary about the making of the three movies and a few other featurettes. It's hard to find these days, but not impossible.Not sure about the Blu-Ray Edition, but the DVD release had a seperate Bonus CD with Lots of behind the sceenes stuff.
I know, I cheated. I never go to the 'Movie/TV' forums and if I had posted it there I may have forgotten about it! Don't ask....On a side note, this is not the forum to post about films. That's a different forum, so don't be surprised if it gets moved.
I just looked and I was mistaken, I've got the four disc set with the bonus DVD! I don't recall ever watching the bonus disc so I'll do so over the next couple of nights!If you have a 3-disc set, you don't have the special features. One year after the original Star Wars Trilogy was released in a 4-disc set, it was issued as a 3-disc set without the bonus disc.
Yep, that's the 150-minute doc included in the box set I linked to.Are you talking about "Empire of Dreams"? It was part of the DVD release of the Original Trilogy SE several years ago. It was also shown on A&E.
It's a pretty good film, and totally worth watching if for any other reason then you get to hear Mark Hamill say, "the Wookie has no pants", which has become a catch phrase in our household when things go wrong.