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A film that was released in 1998 and is in the public domain. Is it possible to profit from it?
About 15 years ago, I caught an old film that was in the public domain. Let’s call it Monster. The plot is pretty simple: there’s a monster under the surface of a South American jungle. I don’t remember any details, except that the monster doesn’t look quite human.
I remember that the scene where the monster was about to kill someone was incredibly scary, but I don’t remember if it was a serious-minded horror movie or if it was a movie for laughs. I did, however, enjoy the plot. I’m not sure what aspect of the film I liked more. Maybe the idea of a monster that the science guys are afraid of, or the idea of the mad doctor.
I recently saw an old article in which the journalist interviewed the director of Monster. It’s mentioned that he remade the film in 2002 as a low-budget sequel. It’s interesting to note that Monster originally was made in 1974.
Was this all publicly available information and I just didn’t remember?
Can I profit (profit in the sense that I can sell DVDs, create a web series, do a commercial podcast, release a book, and whatever else) from such a valuable and old product? What would this look like?
This is not a duplicate of this question. That person was asking about creating a franchise from an old work and I’m asking about a specific work.
I found a book on the internet listing every film made by the so-called “Creature Features Unit”. There is a footer that says “copyright by Monster Pictures”.
If Monster Pictures didn’t have the copyright back then, then the film may be public domain. There are actual published documents that say that the company managed to get copyright for their films back in the 1970s.
Monster Pictures (1962)
If the company owned the copyright and released the film, and you re-released the film, then you
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