Along with Indian Spiderwoman for an added bonus.
Sucks to be a Security Guard.
Speaking of short lived tv programs from the early 80s….
There are a few episodes of Voyagers up also. Episode 1 has 5 parts starting here. I haven’t seen this show since it went off the air in ’83.
Some production paintings McQuarrie had done for Hal Barwood and Matthew Robbins brought him to the attention of director George Lucas in late 1975. Very soon after, they began discussing production paintings for STAR WARS. Lucas suggested that McQuarrie approach the work from the point of view of “ideal” portrayals rather that feel restricted by what could actually be achieved in filming the situations represented in the art.
The first four of five paintings had been done when STAR WARS was still in the development stage trhough Twentieth Century-Fox. George Lucas felt that McQuarrie’s paintings would not only be of interest to Twentieth, but, by helping them to visualize his ideas, would also dissolve any hesitation on their part to go ahead with making the film.
Wikipedia’s entry on Ralph McQuarrie.
Much of what we don’t understand about being human is simply in our heads. The brain is a befuddling organ, as are the very questions of life and death, consciousness, sleep, and much more. Here’s a heads-up on what’s known and what’s not understood about your noggin.