An elite few (so far) have directed a Star Wars film. While many are defined by their work in a galaxy far, far away, they all came from somewhere else. Those places are widely varied.
In this episode of Great Shot, Kid, Mike and John take a look at the first films by each of the three Original Trilogy directors. We discuss George Lucas' THX 1138, Irvin Kershner's Stakeout on Dope Street, and Richard Marquand's The Legacy to see what they can tell us about their influence on the franchise.