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Encyclopedia > Marcia Lucas

Marcia Lucas (née Griffin) was married to George Lucas between 1969 and 1983. They adopted one daughter—Amanda—who was born in 1981. George Walton Lucas, Jr. ...


She won an Oscar for her work on Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope


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George Lucas - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (2790 words)
Lucas was prescribed medication for the disease, but his symptoms are sufficiently mild that he does not require insulin and would not be considered diabetic under the disease's current classification.
Lucas was also involved in the creation of the 1988 documentary which explored the works of Joseph Campbell, The Power of Myth.
Lucas is known for protecting his franchise to which the invocation and/or appropriation of his creations by third parties has led to court battles - especially against hip-hop musicians Luther Campbell (for appropriating Luke Skywalker (spelled Skyywalker) for his stage name and record company) and Dr.
George Lucas - Facts, Information, and Encyclopedia Reference article (1867 words)
His mother, Dorothy Bomberger Lucas, was a member of a prominent Modesto family (one of her cousins is the mother of former U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Ann Veneman) and was in poor health, often bedridden, throughout Lucas' childhood.
Lucas married film editor Marcia Lou Griffin, who won an Oscar for her work on the original (fourth) Star Wars film, in 1969; they adopted a daughter, Amanda, in 1981, and divorced in 1983.
Lucas is a member of the United Methodist Church, though he claims that he doesn't adhere to a specific religion.
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