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George Lucas
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Filmmaker
    (May 14, 1944- )
    Most famous films are 'Star Wars (1977),' 'Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back (1980),' 'Star Wars: Return of the Jedi (1983),' 'Star Wars: The Phantom Menace (1999),' 'Star Wars: Attack of The Clones (2002),' 'Star Wars: Episode III (2005),' 'Indiana Jones: Raider's of The Lost Ark (1981),' 'Indiana Jones and The Temple of Doom (1984),' and 'Indiana Jones and The Last Crusade (1989)'
    Creator or producer of 'THX 1138 (1970),' 'American Graffiti (1973),' 'Howard the Duck (1986) ,' 'Tucker: The Man and His Dream (1988),' 'Willow (1988),' 'Leprechaun (1993),' and 'Radioland Murders (1994)'
    Married Mellody Hobson (June 22, 2013)
    Jar Jar Binks.
    He inserts the phrase 'THX-1138' (the name of his first real movie) into many of his films.
    His films often contain a large fight scene which takes place around a large shaft or pit.
    He created the flop 'Howard the Duck.'
    His Millennium Falcon design was inspired while staring at a hamburger with an olive laying next to it.
    Many blatantly obvious factual errors appear in the 'Indiana Jones' films, everything from dates on newspapers to symbols on German aircrafts.
    He makes thousands of dollars each year just from the sale of Star Wars merchandise.
    He killed Mark Hamill's acting career by turning him into a type-cast science fiction actor.
    He re-invented the way films were made, and he is a pioneer of special effects.
    He created the highly advanced THX sound system, which is an acronym for 'Thomas Hollman Experiment.'
    He formed Pixar Studios which specializes in computer animation.
    In his twenties, he was in a severe car accident and spent many months in the hospital recovering. While in the hospital he created the concept of 'The Force.'
    He turned Harrison Ford into a major film star.
    Star Wars has become one of the largest science fiction franchises in motion picture history, right next to Star Trek.
    He was good friends with Francis Ford Coppola.
    'Star Wars' was turned down by several studios until Twentieth Century Fox gave him a chance. Lucas agreed to forgo his directing salary in exchange for 40% of the film's box-office take and all merchandising rights. The movie went on to break all box office records and earned seven Academy Awards.
    He likes drag car racing.
    He has been uncredited for some of his work.
    He ranked #2 in Forbes Power List (2000).

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