Apparently, these are the discs viewers are looking for.
The nine-disc set of "Star Wars: The Complete Saga," released on DVD Sept. 16, earned $84 million in its first week on store shelves. It's now the highest-selling Blu-ray title ever.Story: 7 surprises you'll find in 'Star Wars' Blu-ray set
As noted in our preview of the set, not all fans love the changes George Lucas has made. Some are upset that the original theatrical versions of the first three movies aren't included. (Greedo shoots first, in other words.) And not everyone loves the freshening and small tweaks Lucas has made throughout (blinking Ewoks, CGI Yoda).Story: 'It's a trap!': Celebs mimic 'Star Wars' voices in cancer PSA
But this is "Star Wars," so diehards are buying them anyway. And since the set's not out for regular DVD, we're betting a few of them have decided to invest in a Blu-ray player as well.
What's that Han Solo said to Leia back in the first movie? "I ain't in this for your revolution, and I'm not in it for you, Princess. I expect to be well paid."
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