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WHAT IF THE FACTS WERE DIFFERENT?
How might the result in this case have been different if the court had been different if the court had admitted Wagner’s evidence of the “Love Song” contract?
THE LEGAL ENVIRONMENT DIMENSION
Under what circumstances would Wagner have been entitled to a share of the profits from the Charlie’s Angels movies even though the evidence of the Love Song contract was irrelevant?

Actor Robert Wagner entered into an agreement with Spelling- Goldberg Productions (SGP) “relating to Charlie’s Angels (herein called the ‘series’).” The contract entitled Wagner to 50 percent of the net profits that SGP received from broadcasting the series and from all ancillary, music, and subsidiary rights in connection with the series. SGP hired Ivan Goff and Ben Roberts to write the series, under a contract subject to the Writers Guild of America Minimum Basic Agreement (MBA). A The MBA stipulates that the writer of a television show retains the right to make and market films based on the material, subject to the producer’s right to buy this right if the writer decides to sell it within five years.



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