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Filmmaker George Lucas has slammed autograph seekers, who like to make money off his signature.
He says they should look for another job as he also had "nothing" when he started.
Lucas, 73, began arguing with the crowd here on Friday while suggesting them that they should choose an honest approach for a living.
"You know why I have money and you don't? Instead of spending time doing autographs, I spend my time making movies," Lucas said in a video, reports tmz.com.
When one of the autograph seekers replied he couldn't make movies, Lucas became upset at the notion.
"I started out just like you. I had nothing when I started," Lucas said.
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