Legal Issues that Arise when Color is Added to Films Orginally Produced, Sold, and Distributed in Black and White: Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Technology and the Law of the Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate, One Hundredth Congress, First Session ... May 12, 1987
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74. lappuse - a tempest in a li'l old teapot," I hesitate to invoke Voltaire's oft-recited dictum: "I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it." I definitely don't want the anti-colorists to defend to the death our right to color old movies. I
187. lappuse - doing business in the locality falsely indicated as that of origin or in the region in which said locality is situated, or by any person who believes that he is or is likely to be damaged by the use of any such false description or representation. Id. 87. See Greenstone, supra note 78, at 19. 88. Id. 89. See supra note 52. 90.
110. lappuse - of the programthe original versions of the program were unaffected by the defendants' actions.) The Copyright Act of 1976 even contains an express provision protective of artistic integrity. Sec. 115, which deals with compulsory licenses for making and distributing phonorecords, provides that "the arrangement shall not change the basic melody or fundamental character of the work.
158. lappuse - films were already constructively dead. As much as one may wish to enlighten the public, Justice Holmes once observed "the taste of any public is not to be treated with contempt. It is an ultimate fact for the moment, whatever may be our hopes for a
121. lappuse - the said rights, the author shall have the right to claim authorship of the work and to object to any distortion, mutilation, or other
132. lappuse - French copyright law which provides in relevant part: The author of an intellectual work shall, by the mere fact of its creation, enjoy an incorporeal property right in the work, effective against all persons. This right includes attributes of an intellectual or moral nature as well as attributes of an economic nature as determined by this
121. lappuse - of, or other derogatory action in relation to, the said work, which would be prejudicial to his honor or reputation.
139. lappuse - have long granted relief for misrepresentation of an artist's work by relying on theories outside the statutory law of copyright, such as contract law. [citations omitted] Although such decisions are clothed in terms of proprietary right in one's creation, they also properly vindicate the author's personal right to prevent the presentation of his work to the public in distorted