I think this is a more accurate representation.
I kind of lost track of SW around 1986. I was more into TransFormers around that time.
In 1993, after my parents had gotten divorced and I was a 15 year old kid whose mother had rediscovered the magic of bars and alcohol, I went rummaging through our VHS collection of recorded shit. I found old recorded off the satellite copies of Empire and Jedi. So, every single day I would come home, do homework, then my mom would leave my little sister and I alone while she went to get drunk. Until I went to live with my dad, Chewie was my babysitter. I watched at least one of those movies every day for the next year.
No other way to put it, really.
I begged and begged for a copy of Star Wars from anyone who would listen. This is before Internet, before DVD (SW was famously not released on DVD for years, any way). To buy a VHS tape that wasn't widely distributed cost $100.
I finally got my hands on a hand me down copy when I went to live with my dad.
So, yeah, sorry for the confessional, but SW got me through the roughest part of my childhood. It's why I had such an emotional reaction to seeing and hearing Han Solo.
That video Om Nom linked brought back a ton of memories.