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- Brooks in 1977. Del Rey also publishes the Star Wars novels under the LucasBooks sub-imprint (licensed from Lucasfilm, a subsidiary of The Walt Disney...
- Definitive Story Behind the Original Film. LucasBooks. ISBN 978-0345494764. Kline, Sally, ed. (1999). George Lucas: Interviews. University Press of Mississippi...
- about the Space Race. Jonathan Rinzler joined LucasFilm in 2001, as the executive editor of LucasBooks, the company's publishing arm. He joined the company...
- Alien Species. LucasBooks. ISBN 978-0345442208. Wallace, Daniel (February 16, 1999). Star Wars: The Essential Guide to Droids. LucasBooks. ISBN 978-0345420671...
- Ballantine Del Rey Lucasbooks has the exclusive rights to Star Wars in the United States; Random House UK (Bertelsmann)/Century LucasBooks holds the same...
- their symmetry. According to the book Cinema by the Bay, published by LucasBooks, Lucas named the film after his telephone number while in college: 849-1138—the...
- Luca is a 2021 American computer-animated coming-of-age fantasy film produced by Pixar Animation Studios and distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion...
- from the movies, the more interpretation and speculation come into play. LucasBooks works diligently to keep the continuing Star Wars expanded universe cohesive...
- in 2000 by Scholastic in partnership with Lucasfilm under the imprint LucasBooks. It tells the story of Tal, a boy who lives in a world with eternal darkness...
- novel. Lucas's involvement with McCoy's novels was limited, although LucasFilm censored ****ual or outlandish elements in order to make the books appeal...