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George Lucas

In 2006, George Lucas donated $175 million to the USC Film School.
  U.S. screenwriter and filmmaker renowned for creating the Star Wars and Indiana Jones films. (b. 1944)
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After graduating from USC’s film school, George Lucas attempted to join the U.S. Air Force, but was turned down because of his numerous speeding tickets.
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  • In 2006, George Lucas donated $175 million to the USC Film School.
  • Because he had been hired by producer/director George Lucas’s company, Industrial Light & Magic.
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Associated words [difficulty]:   George Lucas [9] , Steven Spielberg [7] , Steven Spielberg [7] , John Ford [8] , Cecil B. DeMille [9] , Stanley Kubrick [9]
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