|Born||Marcia Lou Griffin
October 4, 1945 
|Spouse(s)||George Lucas (m. 1969–83)
Tom Rodrigues (m. 1983–93)
Saturn Award for Outstanding Editing
1977 Star Wars
In 1974, Marcia Lucas and Verna Fields were nominated for the Academy Award for Film Editing for their work on American Graffiti (directed by George Lucas). In 1975, she edited the film Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore (directed by Martin Scorsese). She was the supervising film editor on Taxi Driver (Scorsese, 1976), and shared in the nomination for the BAFTA Award for Best Editing with Tom Rolf and Melvin Shapiro.
Lucas won the 1977 Academy Award for Film Editing (with Richard Chew and Paul Hirsch) for her work editing Star Wars (directed by George Lucas). She was a supervising editor for New York, New York (Scorsese-1977). Her last credit was as one of the three editors of the third film in the original Star Wars trilogy Return of the Jedi (directed by Richard Marquand, 1983).
She met George Lucas while he was attending film school at the University of Southern California, and they were married from 1969 to 1983. They adopted one daughter, Amanda Lucas, who was born in 1981. Marcia was subsequently married to Tom Rodrigues, with whom she had a second daughter Amy Rodrigues. Her marriage to Rodrigues ended in divorce after 10 years.
- Marcia Lucas at the Internet Movie Database
- The Secret History of Star Wars: In Tribute to Marcia Lucas (recovered via the Internet Archive)
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