"Star Wars: Episode I--Attack of the Clones": A published screenplay with storyboard drawings.
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Gentle George | George | George L. | Lucas
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My greatest regret in my career is that John [Landis] was unable to direct "Howard the Duck". I feel the movie would have been far more successful and saved me the years of hardship following its release. - on John Landis
turning down directing Howard the Duck
Despite a reputation as Hollywood blockbusters, all of the Star Wars films are actually independent films, with the exception of Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope. The only way he could get the required funding to make the film was to apply for studio funding. With the success of the film and its merchandising, Lucas no longer needed to go to the studios. For Episodes V and VI, he took out bank ...
Letters/numbers THX-1138 (name of his first "real" movie) appears in many films: The licence plate number on Milner's deuce coupe in American Graffiti
(1973) was THX 138. A battle droid who captures Jar Jar Binks and the Gungans has the number 1138 written on his back. In Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope
(1977), Luke Skywalker said (with reference to Chewbacca) "Prisoner transfer from cell ...