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Star Wars refers to the Six Film saga created by George Lucas, and it's marketing, books, video games, TV shows, etc. baring the same name. It was also the name of the first film in the saga, Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope, when it originally released in 1977.
Star Tours is a motion simulator ride, based mostly off of the Original Star Wars Trilogy.
The Jedi Training Academy is a live Stage show, based off of aspects from all bits of the Star Wars Universe.
In front of the Great Movie Ride, footprint/handprints can be found of C-3PO, R2-D2 (Both Fictional Characters from the Movie), George Lucas (Film Creator), and Harrison Ford (Actor who played Han Solo in IV, V, and VI.)
The video montage on the Great Movie Ride currently has several scenes from the original trilogy, including jumping to Lightspeed at the very end right when you start moving again.
On the Studio Backlot Tour, a Snowspeeder from "Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back," and a Skiff from "Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi" can be seen. Both of these were at one time in front of Star Tours where the "Jedi Training Academy" stage now is.
In the AFI Showcase, Models of a Tie Fighter, and costumes of Darth Vader, from the original trilogy, and Darth Maul from "Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace" can be found, and Darth Vader is included as the 3rd best villain of all time in AFI's 100 Years 100 Heroes and Villains list.
A car based off of Luke Skywalker's Sandspeeder from Episode IV, along with Meet and Greet versions of Luke, Princess Leia Organa, Darth Vader, and R2-D2, where all featured in Disney's Stars and Motor Cars Parade.
Star Wars Weekends is a special event each year celebrating all things Star Wars.
Other than the major films, there are also a few films outside of that major story arc, and some TV Shows.