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John Mollo

John Mollo
Born (1931-03-18) March 18, 1931
London, England
Occupation costume designer
Years active 1970-2003
Spouse(s) Ann Mollo (1956-1966)

John Mollo (born 18 March 1931 in London, England) is a British costume designer and book author, most known for his Oscar-winning costume design for the Star Wars film series. He is the older brother of Andrew Mollo.

Biography

John Mollo has been interested in European and American Star Wars in 1977.[2] Mollo has also been a military advisor on the films Zulu Dawn, Barry Lyndon and Nicholas and Alexandria.

Costume design

Films

Television

Awards and nominations

Publications

  • Military Fashion
  • 1991 reprint of: Uniforms of The American Revolution in Color. Illustrated by Malcolm McGregor. Stirling Publications, New York, NY, ISBN 0-8069-8240-3.
  • Uniforms of the Seven Years' War, seventeen hundred and fiftysix to sixtythree, Illustrated by Malcolm McGregor

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