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Unedited Fett Repackaged for DVD

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Come September, many Fett fans will applaud that the latest repackaging of the Star Wars saga goes back to the original footage. Redubbed with the initial DVD release, where Boba Fett's famous lines were re-recorded to blend better with the prequels, this DVD release ousts Temuera Morrison and returns Jason Wingreen as the voice of Boba Fett.

In response to overwhelming demand, Lucasfilm Ltd. and Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment will release attractively priced individual two-disc releases of Star Wars, The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi. Each release includes the 2004 digitally remastered version of the movie and, as bonus material, the theatrical edition of the film. That means you'll be able to enjoy Star Wars as it first appeared in 1977, Empire in 1980, and Jedi in 1983.
Source: StarWars.com press release


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