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  1. Supreme Court Allows 'Raging Bull' Heiress to Sue MGM for Copyright Damages

    7:29 am 5/19/2014

    UPDATED: The high court reverses, allowing Paula Petrella to pursue more than $1 million in damages for MGM and Fox's continued distribution of the Martin Scorsese classic. Read more

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  2. Tribeca: Scorsese's Longtime Editor Thelma Schoonmaker Dissects 'Raging Bull'

    11:31 pm 4/19/2014

    In honor of co-founder Robert DeNiro, the festival's first masterclass is devoted to the classic, with the legendary director's longtime collaborator showing clips and detailing the stories behind them.Read more

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  3. 'Raging Bull' Fight to Hit Supreme Court

    6:00 am 1/15/2014

    Fox and MGM could lose rights to Martin Scorsese's film if the original screenwriter's daughter wins the case, which the studios insist was filed too late.Read more

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  4. Supreme Court Will Hear 'Raging Bull' Dispute

    7:02 am 10/1/2013

    An author's heir will get another chance to show that she didn't wait too long in suing MGM and Fox over the famous film.Read more

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  5. Berlin 2013: 'The Canyons' Director Paul Schrader to Pen 'The Devil's Right Hand' (Exclusive)

    12:13 pm 2/10/2013

    The "Taxi Driver" writer will handle the screenplay for the film about a group of modern-day advertising executives who share a dark secret.Read more

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  6. Appeals Court Rejects Bid to Rip 'Raging Bull' Rights Away From MGM

    4:16 pm 8/29/2012

    An author's heir waited too long to file a lawsuit.Read more

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  7. Porn Star Lead in 'The Canyons': 'A Lot of Pool Boys and Pizza Delivery Men to Overcome'

    11:00 am 8/2/2012

    The director talks about the challenges of preparing James Deen for his time opposite Lindsay Lohan. Read more

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  8. Fight Over Who Owns 'Raging Bull' Carried Up To Ninth Circuit Appeals Court

    1:17 pm 2/6/2012

    An author's heir argues that Martin Scorcese and Robert De Niro could be witnesses in a case over whether rights to the film reverted to the owner of allegedly underlying material.Read more

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