Show Business: I've Got to Get My life Back Again

After his labors, the mythmaker plans to rest and perhaps retire

From his office window, George Lucas looks out over a pleasant little valley to a pleasant little mountain, Mount Tamalpais. Small as it is, this friendly peak has an important if unheralded role in his life: it blocks the summer fog that often rolls in from San Francisco, eleven miles to the south, and makes the side on which Lucas lives and works that much sunnier.

Mount Tamalpais is only one reason Lucas has for rejoicing. Here, in no particular order, are some of...

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