Charles Champlin was a
writer-correspondent for Time and Life magazines from
1948-1965, Arts Editor for the Los Angeles Times from 1965-1991, and
the principal film critic for the Los Angeles Times from 1967-1980.
He is the author of Back There Where the Past Was: A Memoir (Syracuse
University Press), George Lucas: The Creative Impulse (Abrams),
Hollywood's Revolutionary Decade (John Daniel & Co.) and My
Friend, You Are Legally Blind: A Writer's Struggle with Macular Degeneration (John Daniel & Co.) He lives and
writes in Los Angeles, California.
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