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GEORGE LUCAS : The Creative Impulse. Lucasfilm's First Twenty Years by  Charles Champlin - First Thus - 1992 - from Diversity Books and Biblio.com

GEORGE LUCAS : The Creative Impulse. Lucasfilm's First Twenty Years

by Champlin, Charles

Condition: Very Good +/Very Good +


London: Virgin Books (Publishing), 1992. 207pp., illustrated throughout: colour and b/white plates (candid and movie stills). Book clean and square. Metallic title and illustration over undamaged blue cloth boards and spine. A minor, closed margin tear on one leaf, else textblock unmarked. Colour, montage-style illustrated, French-fold dustjacket nominally shelfworn only. The story of mega-successful movie maker George Lucas (b. 1944, Modesto, California) and his company Lucasfilm . . . Contents include: Prelims., Foreword (Steven Spielberg and Francis Cuppola), Introduction, Early Years, The Films, Skywalker Ranch, Lucasfilms and Lucasarts, Filmography, Index. More. Book weight approx. 1.4 KG. * Buyers outside Australia - This item will incur extra postage charges as it weighs over 1KG. Please email for quote. . First Thus. Hardcover and Dustjacket. Very Good +/Very Good +. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.


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