Knowledge Identifier: +Marcia_Lucas
American film editor
Category: Movies & TV
Born in 1945.
Country: United States (100%)
Main connections: George Lucas, California, Paul Hirsch (film editor)
Linked to: University of Southern California, Los Angeles City College
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Marcia Lucas was born in 1945
She met George Lucas while he was attending film school at the University of Southern California, and they were married from 1969 to 1983
- In 1969, Lucas married film editor Marcia Lou Griffin, who went on to win an Academy Award for her editing work on the original Star Wars film.
In 1974, Lucas and Verna Fields were nominated for the Academy Award for Film Editing for their work on "American Graffiti"
She edited the film "Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore" in 1975, and was the supervising film editor on "Taxi Driver"
Paul Hirsch (film editor)
- In 1978, he won the Academy Award for Best Film Editing for his work on "Star Wars", along with Richard Chew and Marcia Lucas
They adopted one daughter, Amanda Lucas, who was born in 1981
Her last editing credit was as one of the three editors of the third film in the original "Star Wars" trilogy "Return of the Jedi" while her last film credit was as producer of 1996's "No Easy Way"
In 1985, the couple had daughter, Amy Rodrigues
Lucas' last film credit was as producer of 1996's "No Easy Way."
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