Disc 1 - Star Wars Bonus Material:
-The Making of Star Wars (1977) 50 min.
-4 SW trailers
-"The Moments We'll Always Remember" (30 sec. The Simpsons promo. Bart blows up the Death Star)
-2 deleted Biggs scenes
-Alternate Cantina scene
-3 original audition clips from 1975 featuring Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, and Harrison Ford
-Carrie Fisher as Princess Leia on Saturday Night Live clip (1978)
-TROOPS (featuring the original "Bad Boys" theme that is not on the Total Movie DVD)
-"That 70's Show" Star Wars episode
Disc 2 - The Empire Strikes Back Bonus Material:
-SP FX: The Empire Strikes Back (1980) 50 min.
-4 TESB trailers
-Harrison Ford, Anthony Daniels, Carrie Fisher, Billie Dee Williams interviews (1980)
-Underoos TV Commercial featuring Boba Fett 30 sec.
-THX demonstration short, "WOW!"
-THX sound editing demonstration short, "Soundtrack!"
Disc 3 - Return of the Jedi Bonus Material:
-Classic Creatures: Return of the Jedi (1983) 50 min.
-From Star Wars to Jedi: The Making of a Saga (1983) 65 min.
-6 ROTJ Trailers (including 2 for "Revenge of the Jedi")
Disc 4 - The Definitive Collection Archive
(All of the supplementary material from the Definitive laserdiscs)
- "War Stories" an interview with the saga creator, George Lucas
- "Sound Advice" an interview with sound designer, Ben Burtt
- "The ABC's of Jedi Effects" an interview with effects supervisor, Dennis Muren
- A guided tour through the Lucasfilm Archives
- "How the Walkers Walk" time-lapse presentation narrated by Dennis Muren
- "A Flight through the Asteroids" story boards to final shot comparison
- Return of the Jedi Videomatics, narrated by Ken Ralston
- The Max Rebo Band's "Lapti Nek" music video
- Concept art slideshow narrated by artist Ralph McQuarrie
- Over fifty scenes from the trilogy with audio commentary by George Lucas, Dennis Muren, Ken Ralston, Ralph McQuarrie, Ben Burtt, and Frank Oz
- Hundreds of behind the scenes and special effects production stills from all three films
Disc 5 - The Star Wars Holiday Special (1978)
GUARANTEED to be the best copy you'll ever see. It was mastered from an original (and WELL PRESERVED) VHS tape recording of the one-time airing in 1978 on CBS. Also included is a one-minute Star Wars toy commercial with the same audio and video quality.