So, I came across this great video the other day, and I encourage you all to give it a watch (if you have the time). However, one think really stuck out to me. The first two questions for George revolve around Anakin being the central character of the Star Wars saga. While that seems obvious now, it is interesting that Lucas seems insistent that he was this way all the way back in 1977. He specifically mentions that originally, Star Wars was a much longer script that covered the events of ANH/ESB/ROTJ. He says it starts with Vader walking through the door, and ends with the Emperor being thrown down the shaft. I was under the impression (Obi-Wan voice) that Vader and Anakin were originally meant to be separate characters, and this did not change until the late drafts of ESB. It seems to me that he's revising history a bit here. Thoughts?