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As you know, the Copyright Office issued a formal report on the colorization of motion pictures this spring. With your permission, Mr. Chairman, I would like to submit it for the record. I think it would be a useful discussion to include as part of the record.
Senator DECONCINI. Without objection, we will make that part of the record.
The material referred to follows:
Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data
Technological alterations to motion pictures and
1. Copyright--Motion pictures--United States.
CHAPTER 2: COPYRIGHT IN THE MOTION PICTURE AND TELEVISION
Copyright Protection for Motion Pictures
and Television Programs.
The Nature of Authorship in Motion Pictures
CHAPTER 3: POST EXHIBITION ALTERATIONS TO MOTION PICTURES .
Effects of Panning and Scanning on the Aesthetics of
Theatrical Motion Pictures . .
Effect of Colorization on the Aesthetics of Black and
White Motion Pictures.