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Proof of Lucas’ revisionism in Rinzler’s making-of book? — Page 2

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SilverWook said:

Not sure if we’ve had a specific thread on Lucas’ inconsistent statements before.

That surely would be interesting.

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SilverWook said:

Not sure if we’ve had a specific thread on Lucas’ inconsistent statements before.

There are a few older threads re various interviews and speeches by George Lucas in the ‘Archival / Historical discussions’ section of the General SW Discussion Index - and the ‘George Lucas / Lucasfilm’ section of the Theatrical Cuts vs. Subsequent Releases Index which highlight some of contradictions or discrepancies from the man himself. Though unfortunately there doesn’t seem to be one thread that goes through them all - or none that I can find so far…

Hopefully someone here will remember one (or know of one elsewhere) 😃
 

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Man, he’s told so many versions of everything through the decades - it would be nearly impossible to gather and quantify them all. He’s been a pathological lia and revisionist almost since the beginning.

One film, nine films, six films, twelve films, six films, twelve films, or nine films.

Claims to have had The Saga (genuflect) all planned out since the early 70s, yet hired two separate authors to write a sequel to the only film - after it became a success.

Vader as father, princess as sister, Midichlorians, Han shot second, etc, etc, etc

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