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George Lucas

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Director, Producer, Screenwriter
Date of Birth: May 14th, 1944
Sign: Taurus
Place of Birth: Modesto, California, USA
Education: University of Southern California, in film
Business Information: Lucasfilm Ltd.
P.O. Box 2009
San Rafael, CA 94912, USA

Phone: 415-662-1800
Type: Motion Pictures
Web Address: 
Personal quote: "It's hard work making movies. It's like being a doctor: you work long hours, very hard hours, and it's emotional, tense  work. If you don't really love it, then it ain't worth it." 
It was his love of car racing that would dramatically change his life. June 12, 1962, three days before Lucas was to graduate from high school, he was involved in a serious accident. Lucas was gravely injured when his Fiat Biancina was struck broadside by another car (a fellow student at Downey High School, Modesto California) and was sent rolling toward a walnut tree at sixty miles per hour.   
The George Lucas Educational Foundation - GLEF is a nonprofit organization that documents and disseminates stories about exemplary practices in K-12 public education.

LucasArts Entertainment Company - LucasArts Entertainment Company is a leading international developer and publisher of interactive entertainment software for PC and home console video game systems.

Lucasfilm Ltd. - The Lucasfilm homepage offers visitors a concise overview of the entire family of Lucas companies, while providing links to their respective web pages. The homepage also presents a comprehensive history of Lucasfilm itself, with a compilation of frequently-asked questions, a list of employment opportunities, and detailed information on the Lucasfilm internship program.

Star Wars : The Official Site - With thousands of pages of continually updating content, the Official Star Wars website is an entire galaxy of information to explore including bio on George Lucas. 

THX: The Audience Is Listening - Lucas set out to develop and implement a set of quality control criteria for theatres. His goal was to ensure that his films, as well as those of other filmmakers, would be accurately reproduced for moviegoers for whom sound was an important part of their overall film enjoyment... Three years later THX, named after Lucas' first feature film, THX 1138, had been developed and THX systems were installed in two theatres for the premiere of RETURN OF THE JEDI. Today, more than 2000 theatres and dubbing stages around the world meet THX requirements. 

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