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Star Wars Influences

From Akira Kurosawa to Joseph Campbell to Flash Gordon and beyond, Rebel Force Radio’s Jimmy Mac and noted concept artist Paul Bateman dig deep beneath the surface of the many resources used by George Lucas and his collaborators to create the galaxy far, far away.

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Star Wars Influences #30

Rebel Force Radio return with Influences - Paul discusses the impact of Gary Kurtz and more

Star Wars Influences #29: Looking Forward to SOLO

Star Wars Influences returns as Paul and Jimmy look at Solo: A Star Wars Story.

Star Wars Influences #28

Paul and Jimmy return with Star Wars Influences and a look at the Mortis arc and the latest episodes of Star Wars Rebels.

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From Akira Kurosawa to Joseph Campbell to Flash Gordon and beyond, Rebel Force Radio’s Jimmy Mac and noted concept artist Paul Bateman dig deep beneath the surface of the many resources used by George Lucas and his collaborators to create the galaxy far, far away.

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