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George Lucas

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The Johnson film wasn't terrible. I just didn't agree with the politics. I'm not a fan of big government and propaganda films are distasteful.
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On a United States Information Agency Film about President Lyndon Johnson's trip to Asia, which he worked on as an editor, The San Francisco Chronicle, May 23, 1971

 
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