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IT'S MINE All Very Well and Good, but Don't Hassle the T-1000
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Los Angeles Times (pre-1997 Fulltext) - Los Angeles, Calif.
Author: Marx, Andy
Date: Jul 7, 1991
Start Page: 18
Section: Calendar; Calendar Desk
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After the original "Terminator" was released in 1984, [Harlan Ellison] sued the filmmakers saying that portions of the film had been lifted from his works. The well-known science-fiction writer eventually won the case. Although, as part of the agreement, the principals were not allowed to discuss the terms of the settlement, one thing is known: Ellison was to receive screen credit at the end of the film "gratefully acknowledging his work" on all showings of the movie, including television, videocassettes and laser discs. ("Terminator 2" will not carry the credit to Ellison because the sequel doesn't draw from Ellison's work.)

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