CLASS OF 69
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Timothy Wade Huntley
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The Film Schools at UCLA, USC, and to some extent NYU, turned out a highly improbable number of exceptionally talented and successful people during the late 60's. Francis Coppola, George Lucas, and The Doors are perhaps the best known of these outside the industry. Insiders are aware of dozens more. The outstanding success of the film school graduates of that era spawned the hundreds of film schools on college campuses across the country and around the world today. But in 1965, there were just these three, as far as anyone can remember.