During Spike TV's upcoming Star Wars Labor Day Marathon, not only will viewers enjoy classic Star Wars films, and not only will Allen Haff and Ton Jones from "Auction Hunters" show off Star Wars memorabilia straight from the Lucasfilm Archives, but viewers will get an exclusive look at some of the content from the new, and already controversial, "Star Wars: The Complete Saga" Blu-ray.
The new Star Wars Blu-ray, which will be available on Sept. 16, has caused a fan outcry over the Internet due to rumors that George Lucas has once again tinkered with the classics. Rumors abound that Obi Wan Kenobi makes a new sound to scare away the sound people in "A New Hope," and that Darth Vader screams "Nooooo!" a second time in "Return of the Jedi." These seem rather pedestrian and cosmetic, but much of the fanboy rampage is likely an outcropping of the fact that the original, non-special versions of the films aren't slated for a Blue-ray release.
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