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Bleeding on the Page
Francis Coppola urges a struggling and dirt poor George Lucas to write something human and stop being â€œso weird.â€ The result is American Graffiti, the classic coming of age movie. United Artists agrees to pick up the project along with one other idea, something vague about wars in space. But the deal falls apart in part because â€œnobody knows what American Graffiti means.â€ Universal comes to the rescue but retains final cut. The screenings are great, but Universal is convinced it will be a disaster, so they cut the film - because they can. A resentful and hungry Lucas scribbles a two-page treatment for something called â€œThe Star Wars.â€ Everyone in town rejects the project, except for Fox exec Alan Ladd Jr, who buys the idea for a paltry sum and offers a thin vote of confidence for George Lucas. Then, American Graffiti is released and becomes a hit. Lucas renegotiates not for more money but for sequel and merchandising rights, both worthless at the time. Now he spends every day for the next three years writing the script. Grueling days. Bleeding on the page. Pulling teeth would be easier and more pleasant. We meet Lucasâ€™s dog, an Alaskan malamute named â€œIndianaâ€ who inspires a certain Wookiee named â€œChewbacca.â€ We discover the inspiration for â€œR2D2.â€ Meanwhile, itâ€™s clear that Fox is dragging their feet - that many at the studio wish Star Wars would simplyâ€¦go away. Support us by supporting our sponsors!Wix - Thatâ€™s Wix.com, code YODA for 10% off any premium plan!
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REShow: David Alan Grier. Hour 2 (09-28-18)
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Apple's Explanation For Revenue Plunge Doesn't Cut It (Podcast)
Shira Ovide, Bloomberg Opinion technology columnist, on Apple slashing its revenue forecast on China trade woes and a declining smartphone market. Alan Baum, auto analyst and Principal at Baum and Associates, on auto sales and outlook. Matt Maley, Equity Strategist for Miller Tabak + Co., on why near-term pain will result in long-term gain. Vincent Cignarella, Global Macro Strategist for Bloomberg, on the yen "flash crash," and how global markets are reacting to Apple news.