The Star Wars Blu Ray set may have made changes that some fans aren't happy with (even if some of the sounds are true-blue Aussie ones). But if you've not yet indulged your inner Yoda fetish, it's worth noting that Dick Smith has the set for sale at $88 all up. [Dick Smith via BuckScoop]
Lunchtime Deal: Star Wars Blu-Ray Set $88
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The white whale of any Star Wars fan—besides my dream Ahsoka Tano video game—is an unmodified release of the original Star Wars trilogy. Forget the special editions, forget the even-specialier editions. Many of us, from film buffs to preservationists to shameless, Prequel-hating nerds, want to see the films as they were originally presented in the ‘70s and ‘80s.