George Lucas Timeline

May 14, 2017, marks the 73rd birthday of George Lucas, one of the most successful film directors, producers and writers in Hollywood history. Born in 1944 in Modesto, California, and raised on a walnut ranch in an ordinary suburban family, Lucas would grow up to become a world-renowned filmmaker “responsible” for the legendary Star Wars saga, as well as the writer behind the adventures of Indiana Jones. To celebrate the filmmaker’s birthday, we have created a timeline of his life and career.

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The George Lucas Timeline illustrates major events and milestones in the director’s personal and professional life, including his first feature film (TXX 1138), his two marriages, the release of the Star Wars movies, and the birth of his youngest daughter. What many probably don’t know is that 1962 marks the year that may have completely changed the course of Lucas’ life and led him towards what he is today. In his late teen years, young George was planning to become a racecar driver. On June 12, 1962, just after his high school graduation, Lucas suffered a terrible car crash that nearly took his life – that accident determined him to permanently give up his dream and reevaluate his life, which ultimately led to him enrolling in the University of Southern California film school.

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