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Canadian Copyright for Silents


johnnyweekes70
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As with other viewers, I've noticed that many of the silent films TCM broadcasts are not aired in Canada. Today, for instance, Scaramouche and The Lost World were substituted with a couple of Gregory Peck films (and nothing wrong with that!). I can see why The Lost World would be, being a Milestone release and something that TCM would have to license, but doesn't Scaramouche belong to the Turner library? La Boheme is scheduled to air later in the month and, if this film can be shown, as Across to Singapore was as a substitute itself for Mother India the other night, I'm entirely confused. I certainly can't see any Canadian broadcaster picking up the rights for Scaramouche. Input?

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