That's the version I have too. Letterboxed, doesn't even come close to filling the screen, and not possible to change that. And Lucas was being such a child about the whole thing that they didn't bother to color correct anything, so laserdisc or not it looks like a third generation VHS bootleg. Nearly unwatchable.George already did it. It was a B-side deal in one of the DVD releases.
Downside: it still had the letterboxed aspect ratio for old TVs, and you cannot get the image to fill the screen on a modern TV/monitor.