Sansweet's project is known as Rancho Obi-Wan, and it is a sight to behold. With more than 90,000 items on display, the museum is a must-visit for true "Star Wars" fans given that it houses countless one-of-a-kind items, from special promotional objects to fan-made projects to bootleg items.
Among the museum's treasures is this working animatronic cantina band, from the original "Star Wars." Sansweet was able to purchase it from former toy empire FAO Schwarz's bankruptcy sale in Las Vegas. It used to live behind the soda counter at the toy chain's Vegas store.
The poster was used in theaters for about a month when "Empire" was released in 1980, but was eventually pulled because 20th Century Fox wanted something less romantic and more attractive to kids, Sansweet said.