So how does The Terminator fit into all this?
I don't know about this, but Harlan Ellison sued the studios over "Terminator," and you'll now notice that during the credits, there is an acknowledgement of HE's works.
I guess that both are similar in that we build a better machine, the machines take over, and start killing people.
posted on 12/11/2004 3:13:54 PM PST
(Power corrupts. Absolute power corrupts absolutely. But it rocks absolutely, too!)
The whole claim rests on her submitting the original work to the filmmakers and their acknowledgement of receipt.
posted on 12/11/2004 3:18:33 PM PST
by Old Professer
(The accidental trumps the purposeful in every endeavor attended by the incompetent.)
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