Double Edged Double Bill Episode 152 – George Lucas Sprays Howard the Duck Graffiti Like An American

Today, Double Edged Double Bill hero’s journey brings them to George Lucas. You might know him for a little franchise called Star Wars, but over the last 50 years Lucas has had plenty of odd twists and turns in the mix. Joining Adam and Thomas to discuss the two very odd films from the career of George Lucas is Patrick Cotnoir, producer behind the very odd internet comedy show The George Lucas Talk Show! First, Lucas reminisces about his days drag racing in Modesto with his hit second feature American Graffiti! Then, George Lucas opens the door for Marvel adaptations by getting a duck to do very weird things in Howard The Duck! Together, our trio answers the crucial questions. Who is the original Sebulba? What N64 game binds the galaxy together? Which two films will they choose for next week’s episode about surprise Oscar nominees? Well, listen in while cruising in your Deuce Coupe around Duck World to find out!

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