A Combination resource-dump, workshop, and virtual commonplace book all rolled into one.
Soylent Green comes up on a number of sites as a public domain film.
@JDsivraj: Yeah, it came up enough that I felt okay with plopping it onto the blog. The post I wrote to go with it got swallowed by Blogger unfortunately. Maybe I'll revisit it later. I was more curious about how a movie like that could get dropped into the public domain. There has to be some sort of backstory involved in this, but so far I have not had a chance to go dig for it. Maybe after the April madness subsides...
How can that be? I thought most copyrights after 1964 had enormously long shelf lives. Cool if it is.
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