Star Wars: 40 Years of French Culture is both a touchstone for those fans who were there from the beginning and a historic journey for those who have discovered Star Wars more recently.
Commemorating four decades of the Star Wars license in France, this book you will let you discover original, rare, commonplace and unusual products marketed in France from 1977 to the present day, presented in gorgeous photos, accompanied by descriptive information and personal anecdotes from authors Stephane Faucourt and Yann Leroux.
All of these products bear witness to the immediate and unbridled enthusiasm of the French public for Star Wars, and the Gallic flair for merchandising creativity that has always been at the forefront of style.
This 162 page, full colour book is available now through Amazon.com ($48) and Amazon.co.uk (£34.50) now.
Originally posted by Jeremy Beckett at Rebelscum.com.
5/23 - Barrie Holland
5/23 - Star Wars 10th Anniversary Convention (1987)
5/24 - Star Wars Celebration IV (2007)
5/25 - Frank Oz
5/25 - Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope (1977)
5/25 - Star Wars: Episode VI Return of the Jedi (1983)
5/27 - Christopher Lee
5/27 - Michonne Bourriague
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