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This version of the character has since fallen into public domain.
"Well, the reason it caught on was that the film fell into public domain.
The character lasted 17 issues until the company went out of business and the hero fell into public domain.
Once the copyright on a piece of software has expired, it automatically falls into public domain.
However, it didn't renew the copyright for most of the characters in question (including the Clock), allowing them to fall into public domain.
This is due to MGM allowing the film to fall into public domain.
Eternity believed it had not violated any copyrights because strips had fallen into public domain.
The original designs that Pedro Linares made as alebrijes have fallen into public domain.
has fallen into Public Domain and is available at the Internet Archive.
The only DVDs of the series are ones distributed by budget distributors containing episodes that have fallen into public domain.
Condensed versions of his columns from the Journal-American were regularly featured in Baseball Digest and have fallen into public domain.
An infamous footnote in the series' history, the episode fell into public domain, and is often included in value-priced Hitchcock DVD collections.
Since its release the film has fallen into public domain and is now available on DVD from various entertainment companies that specialize in public domain films.
Since this cartoon has fallen into public domain, it can also be seen on various low-budget VHS and DVD cartoon releases.
The text of "Under the Pyramids", like many of Lovecraft's works, has fallen into public domain and can be accessed in several compilations of the author's work as well as on the Internet.
Following its theatrical release, The Devil Bat fell into public domain and since the advent of home video, has been released in countless truncated, poorly edited video and DVD editions.
While many of the Paramount Popeye cartoons remained unavailable on video, a handful of those cartoons had fallen into public domain and were found on numerous low budget VHS tapes and later DVDs.
Although Seckel was able to produce examples of the design that predated Gilman's claimed 1990 copyright date, the suit was settled when it became apparent that Seckel and Edwards had allowed the design to fall into public domain.
In 1992, heroes from Centaur Publications (a Golden Age publisher whose properties fell into public domain) were revived in the form of the Protectors, Airman, Amazing-Man, Aura, Arc, Arrow, Ferret, Man of War, and Mighty Man, among others.
He constructs the books by reusing old novels and other publications which have fallen into public domain due to their age (for example, Rat Catching was constructed from an 1896 book Studies in the Art of Rat Catching, and Oak-Mot was constructed from an 1868 novel of the same title).