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For the movie that started it all (technically Episode IV), Canby identified many of the writer-director George Lucas’s influences, including “Quo Vadis?,” “Buck Rogers,” “Ivanhoe,” “Superman,” “The Wizard of Oz,” “The Gospel According to St. Matthew,” the legend of King Arthur and the knights of the Round Table. “The way definitely not to approach ‘Star Wars,’” Canby cautioned, “is to expect a film of cosmic implications or to footnote it with so many references that one anticipates it as if it were a literary duty. It’s fun and funny.” Though he got in a dig at the plot — “the story of ‘Star Wars’ could be written on the head of a pin and still leave room for the Bible”— his assessment was sound
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