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By Bob Carrau

Probably the most strange monsters & extraterrestrial beings ever visible populate the movies of George Lucas, author of the megastar Wars trilogy. listed below are pix & descriptions of a never-before-assembled team of Lucas eeriest strangelings & other-worldly beings. occasionally appealing, occasionally frightening, & frequently hilarious, the 31 full-color photographs provided during this booklet are drawn from work of creatures obvious in Lucasfilm videos, artists renderings of oddballs now not but equipped, movie stills, & photographs.

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