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    George Lucas

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    The Life of George Lucas George Walton Lucas Jr. is an American born motion-picture director, producer, and screenwriter who originated several of the most popular films in history. This genius usually goes by the name George Lucas. He was born and raised Modesto, a small, quiet, farming town in California’s San Joaquin Valley, just east of San Francisco on May 14, 1944. George Lucas is widely known as the writer of the Star Wars film series,and the Indiana Jones trilogy. All his fame began with his first successful feature film being “American Graffiti”. This famed director is known to have a net worth of 5.1 billion USD as of 2015, according to Forbes magazine. Lucas studied in the University of Southern California/US Cinema, in 1966 he received a bachelor’s degree from USC. He is now 71 years old and has 4 children. The brilliant capabilities of technology that George Lucas has able to bring to audiences worldwide has forever changed…

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    George Lucas Star Wars

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    Whether it be a war influencing politics, or an athlete changing the game of his or her sport, these moments can take place anywhere and at any time. For the film industry, one of the most important and groundbreaking films ever made was Star Wars, directed by George Lucas. Star Wars instantly became one of the most popular films once released, creating a fanbase that will continue for many generations. Lucas was able to create this unbelievable film through many common techniques that were used…

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    Dystopian Conformity

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    our own future best. Dystopian fiction is a sub-genre under speculative fiction that undermines the fears of society in its given context. In modern dystopias, this is often through the use of a totalitarian government or in an environment of absolute control. However, in a teeming civilization, it may only take an individual to break this conformity. Thus, effective dystopias best express the faults in a civilization of often an oppressed society, by exploring the idea of individuality, a…

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    “I don’t know. I’m making this up as I go” said by Indiana Jones, perfectly describes how Steven Spielberg wanted the movie to be charismatic, charming, and funny as he admitted that this was, “the first movie where I actually shot the movie without thinking.” From native tribes and snakes to Nazis, it seems Indiana Jones can’t keep himself out of trouble when it comes to searching for lost treasure. That being said, his adventures are a roller coaster with twists and turns that you would least…

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    George Lucas is a well-known director for his many works including Star Wars and Indiana Jones. However, tragedy in George’s early life can be drawn to the theme of many of his movies. In the exploration of three of his movies, we draw their themes back to the experiences in George’s own life. They often contain the theme of never giving up and holding onto your experiences or motivation to shape your own future. George Walton Lucas Jr. was born to George Walton Lucas Sr. and Dorothy Ellinore…

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    franchise, Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace. Linus reminds Bottler of an idea they had as children by going Skywalker Ranch and steal a copy of the movie. The next day, Hutch and Windows encounter Bottler at work and notify him that Linus has been diagnosed with cancer. The doctors say that he only has a few months to live. Bottler decides to go through with their plan and infiltrate Skywalker Ranch and obtain a copy of the film for Linus. The gang goes through all sorts of troubles and…

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    facts about America's oldest film studio. Number Seven: Admission to Universal Studios Hollywood Used to Cost Less Than One Dollar Upon opening of Universal Studios Hollywood, the first resort of its kind in America, the admission ticket was just a quarter of a dollar, and it included a free meal. Today, general admission to the park has increased by 300%: $75 per visitor. Number Six: Universal VS. Nintendo In 1984, Universal Studios and Nintengo went to 'war.' The reason? Universal…

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    Star Trek Comparison

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    to this day do not know the distinct differences in the two. With different technology, settlements, action portrayal, and actor qualities being used, Their main differences tend to stick out. Star Wars is and will forever remain a fantasy genre and Star Trek a science fiction genre. Star Wars does have some characteristics of future technology and robots or droids. Their inclusion of these parts does not make it a science fiction like Star Trek. Giving that the technology that is portrayed…

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    *If your a Star Wars fan, odds are you have collection of toys and memorabilia. Some of you may know that when I learned about Death Star day, I took a rough estimate of what I've spent on Star Was in my life. The figure I came up with is in the five figure range. My test tent to lye with vintage material. It took me three years to find a reasonable priced bootleg of The Holiday Special. On another occasion, when episode I came out, I saw that one of the fast food restaurants that was promoting…

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    George Lucas was a boy with a dream. He wanted to be a race car driver, but instead of being a race car driver he went to college and became a successful filmmaker of Star Wars and Indiana Jones. In order to understand George Lucas’s success it’s important to know about his childhood, schooling, and TV career. George Lucas was born May 14 1944 and grew up in Modesto, California his parents were George Lucas, and Dorothy Lucas. During his childhood George Lucas was very fascinated with…

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