At the end of every 'Clessic' Star Wars movie, Williams included the main themes for the movie, but also added in several reprises of the Main Theme, Rebel Theme, and others. Then, at the very end of the movie, he'd end it with a quintuple-forte ) phrase that let you know that it's the end of the movie and revs up the excitement. For TPM, he did not do this. Why? I feel it's important to have that ending bombast... think about it this way. Lucas has patterned his daga around the old Saturday morning serials he used to watch when he was young. They always had a "...and tune in next week for another exciting adventure!" That ending music was the "...and tune in next time" of Star Wars. Even RotJ had it, and that was supposedly the end of the series. Yet the prequels don't have it... Discuss.