Apple has posted two other Star Wars trailers — the first called “Breathing” and the second called “Mystery” — both are still available on Apple’s QuickTime Web site.
In order to view the “Mystery,” trailer you must have the DVD of Star Wars: Episode I in your drive. Apple notes that successful playback for this trailer may require you to turn off “Save movies in disk cache” and “Enable kiosk mode” in your Quick settings control panel.
According to Apple, you must have QuickTime 5 installed on your system to view the trailers. You will need to purchase QuickTime 5 Pro — if you don’t already own it — in order to view the largest size trailer.