George Lucas is best known as the man behind the Star Wars trilogy, three of the most popular feature films of all time. He developed new technology and filmmaking techniques that revolutionized Hollywood--and the phenomenon continues with six much-anticipated new movies, including Episode I. When he was young, Lucas didn't take school--or anything else--seriously. But when he enrolled in film school, it was clear he'd found his calling. His first successful film was American Graffiti, followed by the Star Wars trilogy and the popular Indiana Jones movies he made with Steven Spielberg. He now owns five companies, which are involved in a variety of creative entertainment projects. This Biography is an intriguing story about a creative and talented man.