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#1 of 2 OFFLINE   JamesSmith


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Posted April 08 2013 - 05:08 AM

Dear Guys:


Can anybody tell me who owns the rights to the following late sixties or early seventies tv movies?


Howling in the Woods

(with Barbara Eden)


Murder Can Hurt You


A Cold Night's Death

(with Robert Culp)


The Enormous Egg

(narrated by Ed McMahan)


Papa and Me

(with Joseph Mascolo)


For the Love of Fred


I'm hoping that maybe one or two of them might fall under the WB rights.




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Posted April 08 2013 - 05:38 AM

Alas, none of them do. Howling in the Woods and Papa and Me are owned by Universal. Murder Can Hurt You is probably owned by Paramount/CBS. A Cold Night's Death is probably owned by Sony. And the other two were part of NBC Children's Theater, which is probably owned by Universal (though I am not positive about that.)

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