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  1. George Lucas's Blockbusting: A Decade-by-Decade Survey of Timeless Movies Including Untold Secrets of Their Financial and Cultural Success by Alex Ben Block, Lucy Autrey Wilson, 2010-01-01
  2. The Cinema of George Lucas by Marcus Hearn, Ron Howard, 2005-03-01
  3. Droidmaker: George Lucas and the Digital Revolution by Michael Rubin, 2005-10-24
  4. Telling Stories: Norman Rockwell from the Collections of George Lucas and Steven Spielberg by Virginia Mecklenburg, Todd McCarthy, 2010-07-01
  5. Skywalking: The Life And Films Of George Lucas, Updated Edition by Dale Pollock, 1999-05-31
  6. George Lucas (A & E Biography) by Dana White, 1999-12
  7. George Lucas: Creator of Star Wars (Book Report Biographies) by Dana Meachen Rau, Christopher Rau, 1999-05
  8. Star Wars Trilogy by George Lucas, Donald F. Glut, et all 2004-08-31
  9. Mythmaker:: The Life and Work of George Lucas by John Baxter, 1999-10-01
  10. George Lucas: Interviews (Conversations With Filmmakers Series)
  11. Star Wars, Episode IV - A New Hope by George Lucas, 1986-09-12
  12. The One Minute Negotiator: Simple Steps to Reach Better Agreements by Don Hutson, George Lucas, 2010-08-30
  13. Willow: A Novel by Bob Dolman, George Lucas, 1988-06
  14. George Lucas: A Biography by John Baxter, 2000-09-18

1. Star Wars: Biography | George Lucas
George Lucas s devotion to timeless storytelling and cuttingedge innovation has He is Chairman of the Board of the George Lucas Educational Foundation,
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George Lucas's devotion to timeless storytelling and cutting-edge innovation has resulted in some of the most successful and beloved films of all time. Lucas's films celebrate the boundless potential of the individual to overcome any limitations - something he firmly believes. This theme is strong in the early movies that marked the start of his professional career. In 1971, using San Francisco production studio American Zoetrope and long-time friend Francis Ford Coppola as executive producer, Lucas transformed an award-winning student film into his first feature, THX 1138 Lucas's second feature film, the low-budget American Graffiti (1973), became the most successful film of its time, and garnered the Golden Globe, the New York Film Critics' and National Society of Film Critics' awards. Pushing the boundaries of storytelling into new directions

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    The Star Wars films of George Lucas have made him one of the most successful moviemakers in history. He was the co-writer and director of American Graffiti (1973, with Ron Howard ), the film that kicked off a country-wide craze for 1950's nostalgia. With his clout from that success he made Star Wars , a slam-bang space adventure which broke box office records around the world. Five sequels have been made to date, including The Empire Strikes Back Return of the Jedi The Phantom Menace Attack of the Clones (2002) and Revenge of the Sith (2005). With Steven Spielberg , Lucas also created the dashing archaeologist Indiana Jones ; Lucas produced Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981) and its sequels, while Spielberg directed. Lucas's other producing credits include the animated feature

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    12. The George Lucas Educational Foundation
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    GEORGE LUCAS DIRECTOR / PRODUCER / BUSINESS MAN. Born in 1944, George Lucas took up racecar driving while in High School but abandoned the idea after
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    DIRECTOR / PRODUCER / BUSINESS MAN Born in 1944, George Lucas took up racecar driving while in High School - but abandoned the idea after being seriously injured in an off-track automobile accident. It was then he entered the Medesto California junior college. After his two-year stint there he entered enrolled at USC (University of Southern California) Film School. It was here that he made the short THX-1138 and later would expand the film into a film that Warner Brothers hated. Getting started Lucas was hired by Francis Ford Coppola's as his production associate for the Rain People. It was then he made his documentary about the making of the Rain People. Lucas followed with another documentary about the rock group, the Rolling Stones. It was after the Stones documentary that George directed the expanded THX-1138 version of his short.
    American Graffiti followed in 1973 - his first use of a young Harrison Ford, and also starred Ron Howard (Happy Days). The picture was made for $700,000 and grossed about $55 million in North America. Even today the film remains one of the most profitable films ever made.

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    Encyclopedia Article Multimedia 2 items Lucas, George , born in 1944, American motion-picture director and producer, the guiding force behind the Star Wars movie series. These hugely popular science-fiction films brought about a revolution in moviemaking, especially with regard to special effects, an area where Lucas became a leader in the field. Lucas was born in Modesto, California, and educated at Modesto Junior College and the University of Southern California, graduating from the university in 1966. His career began with his prizewinning student film THX-1138 (1965), a science-fiction story that he reworked as his feature-directing debut in 1971. With the backing of American film producer

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    17. George Lucas: George Lucas Challenged Over Patent Rights
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    BOAT BUILDER CHALLENGES LUCAS OVER HELMETS A British boat builder is taking on the might of STAR WARS creator GEORGE LUCAS because he's confident he has every right to sell stormtrooper helmets he helped create on the internet. Shepperton Design Studios boss ANDREW AINSWORTH crafts the authentic helmets in his basement in Twickenham, London from moulds he made for the original Star Wars movie in 1977 and then sells them in cyberspace for $800 (£444) each. But his enterprising project has upset Lucas, who insists Ainsworth has no right to cash in on Star Wars - and the movie maker has filed a lawsuit in a bid to stop the Brit. ** Article Continues Below **
    ** The George Lucas article continues now ** A defiant Ainsworth tells US news show CELEBRITY JUSTICE, "I think it's basically an attitude of big companies just squeezing out whoever." He insists he's simply utilising moulds he created for Lucas' artists.

    18. George Lucas: George Lucas Struggled To Write Star Wars Episode III
    George Lucas Hollywood mogul GEORGE LUCAS struggled so much with writing the screenplay for final STAR WARS installment EPISODE III REVENGE OF THE SITH,
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    April 27, 2005, 6:20:40 George Lucas forced himself to write Episode III Hollywood mogul GEORGE LUCAS struggled so much with writing the screenplay for final STAR WARS installment EPISODE III - REVENGE OF THE SITH, he had to force himself to stick to a rigid working day as he sought inspiration. The hugely successful movie-maker, 60, took on the persona of a normal office worker as he sat at his desk for nine hours a day, five days a week - and he still only managed to produce five pages everyday. He says, "I am very diligent about writing. I go to work at 8.30am and leave at 6pm. I sit there with that page in front of me but I still can't write it. ** Article Continues Below **
    ** The George Lucas article continues now ** "I do get it done, I actually write five pages a day. But I force myself - otherwise I would probably write a page a day."

    19. George Lucas - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    Lucas was born in Modesto, California, where his father, George Walton Lucas, Sr., ran a stationery store and owned a small walnut orchard.
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    George Lucas George Walton Lucas, Jr. (born May 14 ) is an American film director producer , and screenwriter famous for his epic Star Wars saga and the Indiana Jones trilogy.
    Lucas was born in Modesto, California , where his father, George Walton Lucas, Sr., ran a stationery store and owned a small walnut orchard. His mother, Dorothy Bomberger Lucas, was a member of a prominent Modesto family (one of her cousins is the mother of former U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Ann Veneman ) and was in poor health, often bedridden, throughout Lucas' childhood. Lucas himself was short and scrawny as a child; his younger sister reportedly fought with other kids who picked on him. Lucas attended Thomas Downey High School, where he was an indifferent student at best, and dreamed of becoming a professional race car driver. That early dream ended June 12 , when he crashed his Fiat Bianchina . The car was clipped from behind while he tried to make a left turn into his driveway. The car rolled; the racing harness that he had installed snapped, and he was thrown from the car. Had the harness not snapped—and Lucas has said it shouldn't have—he would most likely have been crushed to death by the steering column when the car smashed into a walnut tree. (The force of the impact uprooted the tree.) As it was, emergency personnel had difficulty finding a pulse and at first thought him dead.

    20. George Washington Lucas
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    LUCAS, George Washington, musician, born in Glastonbury, Connecticut, 12 April, 1800; died in Hampshire county, Massachusetts, about 1880. He studied music for two years under Thomas Hastings in Albany, New York, and lectured and taught on this subject throughout the United States and Canada. He delivered more than 1,000 public lectures, taught more than 50,000 people to sing, and arranged and conducted the music on more than 1,000 public occasions. He was president of the National musical convention in Boston in 1843. He published much music, including an "Ordination Anthem."

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