Oh dear. Lucasfilm is releasing two-disc sets of each of the original Star Wars movies: each set will include the 2004 remastered version and the original, unsullied theatrical version. Which means Han shoots first, Jabba doesn’t show up, Clive Revill is the Emperor in Empire, Vader says “Bring my shuttle,” and the Jedi songs are the originals — and the films don’t look like patch-jobs between early 1980s and late 1990s technology. I’m actually having trouble believing this. Via Slashdot.