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Star Wars Trilogy

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Sep 20, 2004

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Harrison Ford
Mark Hamill
Carrie Fisher
George Lucas


2004 Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment

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Every few years the immensely popular Star Wars movies are repackaged, so their adoring public may buy them again. The big news of 2004 is the opportunity to purchase the Star Wars Trilogy on DVD -- its first time in this format.

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Why Is Star Wars Trilogy Rated PG?

Star Wars Trilogy is rated PG

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Canadian Movie Ratings

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Canadian Home Video Rating: PG

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