Posted by Dakota Ellison from spider-to077.proxy.aol.com on March 09, 2001 at 20:41:27:
In Reply to: Jusr fyi... posted by Patterson on March 09, 2001 at 20:18:21:
: A royalty would imply a copyright or some other registered proprietary right. Legally, the Indy IP is a Lucasfilm property, and any licensing would be theirs. But the fact remains that it was her job to design the costumes, and she has claimed them to be hers - so I've been told - though "hers" as she created in the employ of Lucasfilm Ltd.
"I was originally commissioned by Bermans and Nathan Costumiers to make the jacket which was one of my designs dramatically altered to fit the requirements of the film's designer and of course Mr. Harrison Ford himself."-Peter Botwright
I reckon the film's designer would be Ms. Nadoolman. Harry gets a credit too. I wonder what the jacket looked like before it was "dramatically altered". He also says Ford used them before. Could that be "Hanover Street" where he was a WWII bomber pilot? This stuff is almost like AMC's "Backstory".
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