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Date Posted: 07:33:06 02/06/04 Fri
Author: Rob
Author Host/IP: adsl-155-194-54.asm.bellsouth.net /
Subject: Re: The Shazam/Isis rights issue...
In reply to: Site Administrator 's message, "The Shazam/Isis rights issue..." on 10:36:13 01/31/04 Sat

As far as I can tell, this would be the place to start (for SHAZAM! at least):

Warren Lieberfarb, President
Warner Home Video
4000 Warner Blvd.
Burbank, CA 91522-1543
Telephone: 818-954-6000
Fax: 818-954-6480

Can't hurt. The phone number is the genral office line. If Mr. Lieberfarb is the wrong contact (I can't see why...he's the Prez for cryin' out loud). I'm sure we can be given to the proper person.

With Hallmark (Isis & the rest), who knows? I can't imagine a company not wanting to make money. Maybe Ancor Bay (who has licensed things like Disney's Black Hole) or Rhino (who produces the Krofft stuff) would also be a possibility.


>Yes, WB owns Shazam! and Hallmark owns the rest of the
>live-action shows.
>As you said, the rights either reverted back to them
>when Filmation was sold, or maybe they still had to
>buy the show, but had first chance as it was their
>The episodes of "Isis" where Captain Marvel was a
>guest-star DID air in foreign syndication a few years
>ago, so despite having a DC character in them, they
>are fully-owned by Filmation and exploitable by them.
>If you know of somewhere to contact WB to ask for
>Shazam! to be released, please share the info!

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  • Re: The Shazam/Isis rights issue... -- Pamela Parrish, 16:38:42 02/17/04 Tue

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