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1967 film student George Lucas has writer's block trying to finish his "Space Wheat" script, until a beautiful fellow student with a familiar hairstyle teaches him that the best stories are... See more »

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George
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Marion
Jason Peck ...
Benji
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Aaron
David Young IV ...
Chuck
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Hal
John Rafter Lee ...
Ranter
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Tall Guy (as Benjamin Livingston)
Jeff Statzer ...
Short Guy
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Professor
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Jeb (as Garen Michaels)
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Sexy Girl
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Mother
Jeremy Jones ...
Student with Duck

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Joe Nussbaum ... (directed by)

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Joe Nussbaum ... (written by) &
Daniel Shere ... (written by)
 
Joe Nussbaum ... (story by) &
Timothy Dowling ... (story by)

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Gary Bryman ... executive producer
Jacqueline Lesko ... co-executive producer
Joseph Levy ... producer (produced by)
Deborah Mann ... line producer

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Deborah Lurie ... (music by)

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Eric Haase ... director of photography (as Eric J. Haase)

Film Editing by

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Ryan Gold ... film editor

Editorial Department

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Mike Mertens ... color timer
Gino Panaro ... telecine colorist
Jay Parker ... on-line editor

Casting By

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Jeremy Jones

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Jocelyn Fredman ... (as Jocelyn Bly Fredman)

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Charles Lippross

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Joe Barnthouse
Deborah Toms

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Shoshana Rubin

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Jennifer Daranyi ... hair stylist (as Jennifer Darany) / key makeup artist (as Jennifer Darany)
Suzi Smits ... makeup assistant

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Raul Celaya ... first assistant director
Melissa Fritch ... second assistant director
Kevin Fukunaga ... first assistant director
George L. Tarrant Jr. ... first assistant director

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Jonathan Burleigh Barnthouse ... prop supplier
Sharon Gall ... art department assistant

Sound Department

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Shawn Chatelain ... assistant sound editor
Matt Knudsen ... boom operator (as Matthew C. Knudsen)
Erik H. Magnus ... production sound mixer (as Eric Magnus)
Rick Sanchez ... sound designer

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Scott Frank ... stunt coordinator

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Craig Bilodeau ... grip
Jeffrey Burkett ... grip
Virginia Chandler ... electrician
Jose Danner ... key grip
Ruben Diaz ... best boy grip
Eric Gates ... best boy
Robert Gutierrez ... grip
Robert Harmon ... grip
Aaron Kahn ... gaffer
Brian Lowe ... best boy
Kenji Luster ... steadicam operator
Karen Martens ... second assistant camera
Dan Ming ... first assistant camera

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Taly Ravid ... costumer

Music Department

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Melanie Dimmick ... orchestra contractor
Damon Intrabartolo ... conductor
Deborah Lurie ... music score producer
Casey Stone ... score mixer

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Amanda Chinn ... craft service
Greg Chinn ... craft service
Jennifer Fragoso ... production assistant
Cory Hubbard ... title designer
Kara Slife ... caterer
Amy Wieland ... production assistant

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A Shawn Austin ... special thanks (as Shawn Austin)
Ian Burnap ... special thanks
Bob Class ... special thanks
Torie Daves ... special thanks
Dan Donovan ... special thanks
Tim Goldberg ... special thanks
Martha Harris ... special thanks
Steve Hedstrom ... special thanks
Michael Herzmark ... special thanks
Aldo Interiano ... special thanks
Robert Leveen ... special thanks
Patrick Lynn ... special thanks
Sam Maydew ... special thanks
Tracy Morse ... special thanks
Rob Ree ... special thanks
Ada Rosenthal ... in memory of
Max Rosenthal ... in memory of
Marvin Sackin ... special thanks
Abby Seik ... special thanks
Jonathan Straus ... special thanks
John Syrjamaki ... special thanks
Peter Ward ... special thanks
Melissa Wayne ... special thanks

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Plot Summary

In 1967, writer's-blocked USC film student George Lucas has only three days to finish his script or he won't graduate. He ends up falling for a girl named Marian (with her hair done up in buns on the sides of her head) who encourages him to write what he knows and feels. Written by Jeff Cross

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Taglines Dozens of years ago, in a nearby galaxy... See more »
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Also Known As
  • George Lucas in Love: 15th Anniversary Edition (United States)
  • George Lucas enamorado (Spain)
  • Закоханий Джордж Лукас (Ukraine)
  • George Lucas szerelmes (Hungary)
  • George Lucas Apaixonado (Brazil)
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  • 8 min
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Did You Know?

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Goofs This short implies that George Lucas got the inspiration of the Howard the Duck movie from a pet duck named Howard. This is false as Steve Gerber and Val Mayerik were the actual creators of the Howard the Duck comic. George Lucas only served as a producer for the movie adaption and had no involvement with the creation of the character. See more »
Movie Connections Edited into Cinema16: American Short Films (2006). See more »
Quotes Professor: No. Search not. Inspiration will you not find. It will find you.
George: Could you talk forward?
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