A Frolic of His Own - Section 7 (through page 163) Summary & Analysis

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Section 7 (through page 163) Summary

In a complaint filed with U.S. District Court, SD, New York, September 30, 1990, Oscar L. Crease, Plaintiff vs. Erebus Entertainment, Inc., Ben B. F. Leva, Constantine Kiester a/k/a Jonathan Livingston (Siegal), and others, Defendants, alleges on or about July 1, 1977, plaintiff submits an original play entitled "Once at Antietam" to Kiester, then a television producer; Kiester returns said play with a note, saying it is unsuitable for television. The plaintiff withdraws it from further circulation; 13 years later The Blood in the Red, White and Blue is made and exhibited, substantially appropriating from the play. Four causes of action claim the plaintiff has sustained 1) general damages, 2) special damages, 3) mental and professional damage entitling him to compensatory and treble or punitive damages, and 4) extreme mental and physical distress for which he is entitled to a constructive trust benefit from all...

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