American Graffiti

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Universal Released 1973

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Director:
George Lucas
Released:
1973
Rating:
PG

American Graffiti is the acclaimed 1973 teenage comedy drama from future star filmmaker George Lucas (The Star Wars Trilogy), that featured a young cast of a future all star acting talents. Four friends after graduation are only one night away from leaving each other to go on with the remainder of their lives. It's up to them to decide if they're ready to go yet or not. These include Curt Henderson (Jaws' Richard Dreyfuss) who is searching for a particular girl while hanging out with what seem to be thugs, Steve Bolander (A Beautiful Mind director Ron Howard) is trying to patch things up with his girlfriend, John Milner Paul Le Mat) is having to look after a 16 year old and she can get annoying, and Terry 'The Toad' Fields (The Untouchables' Charles Martin Smith) seems to have finally found someone that likes him. Also in a couple of scenes is the man that the film's Oscar and Golden Globe nominated director George Lucas would eventually cast as Han Solo and Indiana Jones, Harrison Ford as Bob Falfa.

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Comedy, Drama

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Love & Romance, Historical, Romantic Comedy, 70s, buddies and gal pals