Man, some people should remember the words of "Joe Friday" ... "just the facts" ... because they end up with a case of "foot in mouth" disease when they try to sound like they know what they are talking about.
For the record there are 6 live action episodes in the Star Wars saga. The following list is them plus the newer animated stuff that has come out in the past few years:
1999 - Episode I : The Phantom Menace
2002 - Episode II : Attack Of The Clones
2003 - Clone Wars Micro Series Vol 1: Chapters 1 - 20
2004 - Clone Wars Micro Series Vol 2: Chapter 21
2008 - Star Wars The Clone Wars - Animated Movie
2008 - ???? : Star Wars The Clone Wars - Animated Series
2004 - Clone Wars Micro Series Vol 2: Chapters 22 - 25
2005 - Episode III: Revenge Of The Sith
1977 - Episode IV: A New Hope
1980 - Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back
1983 - Episode VI: Return Of The Jedi
As for the other answers ... yes there have been other TV shows, Ewoks and Droids to name a couple, that were put out in the mid 80's but for the most part they were horrid pieces of crap.
When Lucas first started out with the story there were actually 12 episodes that he wanted to tell in the same fashion as the old Flash Gordon series. Seeing that it wouldn't work that way Lucas cut it to 9 episodes and as Lucas made changes to and the story itself evolves the number of episodes were cut to 6. Episodes 7 - 9 were supposed to have been about "the other Skywalker" that Yoda talks about in ep V but that trilogy was eliminated when Lucas made Leia Luke's sister. In 1991 Lucas gave the "official continuation of the story" tag to the book trilogy dubbed "The Thrawn Trilogy" that was written by Timothy Zahn. The titles of the books were "Heir To The Empire", "Dark Force Rising", & "The Last Command". These books are set 5 years after the events of ep VI and are incredibly well written and are a must read for die hard fans. "Blue Harvest" and "Revenge of The Jedi" were not "hoax" titles of ep VI per say. "Blue Harvest" was the stage code name for the sets used in ep VI. Lucas was trying to keep people guessing as to where he was actually making the movies so that was how "Blue Harvest" was born. The "Revenge of the Jedi" thing was a staff member of LucasFilm not paying attention in class. When they were brain storming for the title of ep VI someone said how about "Revenge Of The Jedi". Lucas said that wouldn't work because a Jedi would never seek revenge but some people heard the "Revenge" title and ran with it until Lucas smashed them.
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