Re: Gene Youngblood contact

From: gyoungblood (email suppressed)
Date: Thu Jun 14 2007 - 06:00:31 PDT

George Lockwood is not in this program, which is called George Lucas: Filmmaker. KCET produceded it in 1971as publicity for the theatrical version of THX. It's a hoot. There we are in our bell bottoms at the top of Nichols Canyon, sitting under the Hollywood sign trashing Hollywood...
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  From: Jim Carlile
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  Subject: Re: [FRAMEWORKS] Gene Youngblood contact

  That's good news about the KCET program being available. As I remember, it also featured a young filmaker who had just won the Kodak teenage contest, if I'm correct-- George Lockwood, I think his name was.

  I wonder what Lucas thinks of this program--I doubt he'll be happy about it. It puts him in an interesting light, though, as a guy who really loved films and had lots of ideas. Not the same guy as today, really. This was more the Lucas of 'American Grafitti' and things like "Oh Marcello, I am so bored,' rather than comic books and space operas.

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