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Find out where to download those rereleased 'Star Wars' movies

With the rereleased special editions of the "Star Wars" six-film saga now available, discover where to grab the collection online.

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Now you can download all or just your favorite "Star Wars" movies digitally. Lucasfilm

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Through major retailers including PlayStation Store and Xbox Video, fans can download the entire "Star Wars: The Digital Movie Collection" -- the special editions of the original "Star Wars" trilogy: "A New Hope," "The Empire Strikes Back" and "Return of the Jedi," as well as the "Star Wars" prequels: "The Phantom Menace," "Attack of the Clones" and "Revenge of the Sith."

Each movie comes with bonus features, which include various documentaries and interviews with filmmaker George Lucas and the special-effects wizards at Industrial Light & Magic (though some digital bonus offerings may vary by retailer).

Also, hard-core fans might want to prepare themselves for a very important change to their beloved "Star Wars" films with this release. The 20th Century Fox fanfare music that always played before each movie since the first "Star Wars" film debuted in 1977 is no longer there, except for on "A New Hope," which 20th Century Fox still holds distribution rights for, according to various reports. But to be fair, we were warned in 2013 this would happen.

You can purchase the six-film collection or your favorite "Star Wars" movies individually from various sellers below. Lucasfilm and Disney have yet to release their official price lists, and retailers can set their own prices, though the average seems to be $90 to $100 for the set or around $20 per movie.

Some digital retailers are offering collectibles and incentives for customers who buy "Star Wars" movies through them, so be sure to look around first. For example, if you purchase the six-movie collection through Microsoft Xbox, you can pick up two exclusive incentives -- an Xbox Live avatar companion of R2-D2 and a Star Wars Pinball Pack for the Pinball FX 2 game for Xbox One or Xbox 360.

Amazon - $90 for collection, $20 single movie download

iTunes - $90 for collection, $20 single movie download

Google Play - $90 for collection, $20 single movie download

PlayStation Store - $90 for collection, $20 single movie download

Xbox Video - $90 for collection, $20 single movie download

M-Go - $90 for collection, $15 to $20 single movie download

Verizon's Fios - $108 for collection, $22 single movie download

Vudu - $90 for collection, $15 to $20 single movie download