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10 Photos of Steven Spielberg with George Lucas


George Lucas and Steven Spielberg

Best buddies, George Lucas with Steven Spielberg at various points during their career

They are best friends but they've also shared a lot of their professional career together.  Here's 10 photos showing two of the most famous movie directors in the world, George Lucas and Steven Spielberg.

You can find out more about the relationship between Steven Spielberg and George Lucas in my other post, The Rivalry, Respect and Friendship Between George Lucas and Steven Spielberg

Steven Spielberg and George Lucas place their hand prints in cement in front of the Chinese Theater in Hollywood.
George Lucas and Steven Spielberg

A retro looking George Lucas with Steven Spielberg...minus his beard.  At the Directors Guild of America annual awards dinner held at the Beverly Hilton, Bevery Hills, California, March 11, 1978
George Lucas and Steven Spielberg

George Lucas and Steven Spielberg are good friends and act as good friends too.
George Lucas and Steven Spielberg

Still fooling around, this time on the set of Temple of Doom with water pistols.
George Lucas and Steven Spielberg

George Lucas and an E.T. cap wearing Steven Spielberg on the set of Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom.
George Lucas and Steven Spielberg

Sticking with Temple of Doom and we see the duo on the rope bridge from the movie.
George Lucas and Steven Spielberg

George Lucas and Steven Spielberg at Cannes to promote Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.
George Lucas and Steven Spielberg

Steven Spielberg visits the set of Star Wars: Episode 1 The Phantom Menace.
George Lucas and Steven Spielberg

Steven Spielberg, George Lucas and Harrison Ford check out the footage on the set of Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade.
George Lucas and Steven Spielberg

Harrison Ford, George Lucas, Steven Spielberg and Kate Capshaw. Behind the scenes while filming Temple of Doom.
George Lucas and Steven Spielberg

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