Lucas and Kurtz Producer Agreement for The Star Wars
To begin work on Star Wars, Lucas needed settle several details to get others involved, receive services for that work, and agree to payments and credits for those services. This employment contract between George Lucas and Gary Kurtz, dated January 10, 1974, outlines the terms of their employment agreement. This Producer's agreement states that Kurtz would get full credit on the film, The Star Wars. The single exhibit to the contract gives details about the film credit that Kurtz would receive, "Produced by Gary Kurtz", and other specifics such as Guild requirements and size of the credit. The final page of the main body of the contract has signatures by George Lucas (representing The Star Wars Corporation) and Gary Kurtz (Kinetographics).
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Country:United States
Film:A New Hope
Licensee:Lucasfilm, Ltd.
Category:Movie Production Pieces / Miscellaneous


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