We've taken a look at Steven Spielberg in front of the camera. Well, his pal George Lucas has also shown his face a few times in the spotlights. We could come up with a few stills, to prove that.
Spielberg and Lucas worked together on Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, and maybe that's why the teamed up together in this cameo as well. Both directors portrayed missionaries, portrayed in the background, who are waiting at the airport, the moment Indy tries to escape Lao Che by plane.
Another cameo where George is barely visible and not recognizable at all,
is his bit-part in Spielberg's Hook.
In one scene we see a couple floating in the sky, kissing each other.
This couple is made up of George Lucas and none other that Carrie Fisher.
Lucky for us, George's next came gives us a very clear look at him.
The film is Beverly Hills Cop 3, and the scene is one where a couple comes forward, rather disappointed, that their day out has turned into something of a disaster.
Next is a film directed by the beard one himself: Star Wars, Episode II, Attack of the Clones. In this scene playing in the Senate, we see two grey men in the right upper corner, played by George Lucas and (co)producer Rick McCallum. In The Phantom Menace, we could see E.T. and a few members of his family, who had a cameo in a scene, similar to this one.
In Episode III, Revenge of the Sith, Lucas decided to give us value for money, as far as his cameo was concerned. This time he played a part that even ended up on the credits: Baron N. Papanoida.
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