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Star Wars Episode 1 Making Of Book

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An Imperial Star Destroyer plus a doughnut equals a Neimoidian battleship.

So reveals Phantom Menace design director Doug Chiang, as he's discussing

how the previous Star Wars films influenced the conceptual planning of

Episode I. Fans of Star Wars, of course, love to get this kind of skinny,

and The Making of Episode I doesn't disappoint. In this comprehensive

account of Phantom Menace's origins, packed with page after page of

behind-the-scenes sketches and set photos, you also learn about the many

hairdos of the Jedi, how Huttese is based on the Incan language Catua, and

what a huge influence Young Indiana Jones had on Episode I's

seat-of-the-pants, guerrilla-style production.

Paperback: 161 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.43 x 10.89 x 8.52

Publisher: LucasBooks; ; (May 19, 1999)

ISBN: 0345431197 Show More

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