by Armand Vaquer
Above, the Godzilla statue at Toho Studios. Photo by Armand Vaquer.
The story of the alleged lawsuit by the family of late director Ishiro Honda against Toho Co., Ltd. over the Godzilla copyright may have some legs after all.
Over on Facebook, some of us were mulling over the story.
It was asked by one participant: "Couldn't we have somebody in Japan verify if a Complaint has actually been filed? Those are a matter of public record·"
Noted Godzilla historian August Ragone replied that he had looked into it and he is currently "writing up something about this now [for his blog]."
Once he does, I'll post a link to his blog post. This should be interesting!
It appears we may be on the verge of learning something about Japanese copyright law.
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