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Phil Lucas (Phil Lucas)

Phil Lucas

Film Maker. For four decades, he was known as one of the foremost Native American filmmakers. Himself a Choctaw Indian, he produced or directed more than 100 television shows, films, documentaries and consulted on how to accurately portray Native Americans. Among his works was the 1980 PBS series “Images of Indians,” co-produced the early 1990s film “The Broken Chain” and filmed the docudrama “Honour of All” about a real-life Canadian Indians. He also starred in films and on television shows such as “Northern Exposure” and “MacGyver.” In 1994, he won an Emmy Award for co-directing “The Native Americans” on TBS. He also received the Taos Mountain Award in 1999 and won the Best Public Service Award at the 2002 American Indian Film Festival. He died from complications after heart surgery. (bio by: John “J-Cat” Griffith) ┬áInscription:Eternal Love

Born

  • January, 15, 1942

Died

  • February, 02, 2007

Cemetery

  • Cedar Lawns Memorial Park
  • Washington
  • USA

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