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notes 93-99 and accompanying text.

128. Id.

129. See supra notes 13-23 and accompanying text.

While the

Act does in one isolated instance recognize a moral right of one

type of author, songwriters, this exception is reasonably

justified in light of the limited nature of other exclusive

rights granted the same. See supra notes 39-43 and accompanying text.

130. See supra notes 18-20 and accompanying text.

131. The author argues the "special" moral protection

afforded songwriters by the act is justified by the Act's

[blocks in formation]

135. Id.

136. The colorization process does not alter or deface the

original print of the black-and-white film. See supra text

accompanying notes 96-97.

137. Colorization costs can run in excess of $300,000 per

feature length film.

138. See supra notes 106-07 and accompanying text.

139. Bleistein v. Donaldson, supra note 63, at 252.

140. See text accompanying note 6.

141. See generally notes 20-23 and accompanying text.

142. See generally Porter, supra note 11.

143. See The Color of Money, supra note 2, at 52.

144. Id.

145. Id.

146. See supra note 63 and accompanying text.

147. See The Color Green, supra note 2, at 5.

148. See supra text accompanying notes 96-97.

149. See John Houston Protests "Maltese Falcon" Coloring,

supra note 2.

150. See supra notes 108-15 and accompanying text.

151. See supra notes 116-26 and accompanying text.

152. See supra notes 127-28 and accompanying text.

153. See supra text accompanying notes 69-70.

154. See supra text accompanying note 6.

155. See supra note 6.

156. See Art Law Don't Protect Film From Alteration, supra

note 2.


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