Additional Copyright Identification -- Motion Picture Photoplays
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Additional Copyright Identification -- Motion Picture Photoplays hearings before the United States House Committee on Patents, Sixty-Fourth Congress, first session, on Apr. 5, 1916

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Published by U.S. G.P.O. in Washington .
Written in English


  • Copyright -- Motion pictures -- Law and legislation -- United States

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Considers (64) H.R. 13981

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Pagination8 p
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Open LibraryOL15273564M

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  Whether it does, in fact, qualify depends on other factors that you would have no way of knowing about, such as when the work was first published (which affects the need for a copyright notice), whether the copyright in the work has been renewed (for works published before ), whether the work is a work made for hire (which affects the.   The Book Designer and the Kindlepreneur have some great examples when it comes to how to write a copyright page: an address where they can reach you, edition number (it could be second edition), and of course crediting everyone who helped you: editors, cover designer (and the owner of the cover image), you can even credit the type in which your.   A motion picture copyright protects the artistic expression in movies, short films and videos, including the camera work, dialogue and sounds. It does not cover the idea behind a movie or the characters portrayed in it. Three things are required for a motion picture to be eligible for copyright . A motion picture may embody the contributions of many persons whose efforts are brought together to make a unified cinematographic work of authorship. Eligibility: To be eligible for preregistration, it is required that: 1. creation and fixation of the work in a motion picture format must have already commenced, i.e., filming must have begun.