Gary Kurtz

Gary Kurtz

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Gary Kurtz (born July 27, 1940 in Los Angeles, California) is an American film producer whose list of credits include American Graffiti, Star Wars and The Empire Strikes Back. He later produced The Dark Crystal and Return to Oz after departing from the Star Wars series. Kurtz also co-produced the 1989 low-budget science fiction film Slipstream, which reunited him with Star Wars star Mark Hamill.

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YearTitleCharacterRelease Date
2015

Star Wars: A Definitive History

Contributor2015-12-11
2015

I Am Your Father

Himself2015-10-05
2013

Jodorowsky's Dune

2013-08-30
2010
The People vs. George Lucas
Himself2010-03-14
2004
When Star Wars Ruled the World
Himself2004-09-18
2004

Empire of Dreams: The Story of the Star Wars Trilogy

Himself2004-09-12
1983

The World of 'The Dark Crystal'

Himself1983-01-09
1974

The Godfather: Part II

Photographer in Court (uncredited)1974-12-20