Oh, I wasn't the one who added the info on the 1998 dubbed version. I looked through the page history and found that Ayapzl added that in--you may want to try and ask them.
P.S. I don't have it, either. Sorry, but I'm flattered that you asked me at all.
I checked Wikipedia and I noticed that that page's content is copied directly from there; correct me if I'm wrong. Also, I don't see the need to have yet another filmography page. We already have one that lists every short, and another (incomplete) list for every year.
. I can't do that, since I'm not an admin and I don't have the rights to do that.
. If anything, it'd be better to have the admins start a project where we rewrite all the plagiarized pages. They could have a little notice on the lower right corner reading "Help us rewrite our plagiarized pages!". But I'm not an admin either, so I can't do that either.
. I just think that it's good to give credit where credit is due, after all. Wikipedia's content is licensed under a Creative Commons license, which states that if you reuse the content, you must release the content under a similar or the same license and give credit to the authors. This wiki is licensed under CC-BY-SA 3.0, as you can see at the bottom of the page. It's entirely possible that, by removing the plagiarism tags, we could be breaking the license.
Honestly, I'm sick of the plagiarism too. I can't stop people from copy-pasting from Wikipedia or other sites even though I think it's an extremely lazy thing to do, but I'm not an admin. I'll take this to the admins since I think that's the best solution.
Hi! Unfortunately, I was not able to find any specific information about this title’s renewal in that time period. For one thing, the title is NOT listed in either the 1977 or 1978 catalogs, though WB IS listed as having renewed several titles. Unfortunately, finding which ones would require looking up the individual numbers. The copyright date is listed as December 31, 1948, oddly enough, but I found nothing in the 1976 catalog either.
A search through the Copyright Office’s electronic database DID yield several entries with this title by WB, proving that they DO know it exists and DO pay attention to its copyright status, but none from the time period you mentioned.
Golden Age Cartoons’ list of LT&MM in the public domain does not list this title.  (There is a problem: they incorrectly list “Crowing Pains” as being in the public domain when the copyright was indeed renewed.)
Finding entries on this title is tricky (you would think that the Copyright Office making their 1978-present records available would make things easier). It certainly appears in the Copyright Office’s post-1978 catalog, though be careful: there is a Casper cartoon of the same name. On the other hand, I decided to search for “little lulu” (a franchise which DEFINITELY had stuff published before and after 1978) and got all sorts of results from even the 1940s. I don’t know what this means.
The short answer: I don’t know. If you, for instance, wanted to sell this short on a homemade DVD, I’d advise against it until more concrete information turns up.
I heard Crowing Pains was renewed on August 4, 1974 on the copyright page the link I posted yesterday. For some reason people say lion's Busy is public domain when all the post-1943 cartoons are under copyright.
That's my backup account. I was just doing a first edit. I use that account for another Wiki. This account is only for Looney Tunes Wiki. I edit Clash of Clans Wiki, SpongeBob Wiki, and the Foothill Transit Wiki on that account.
Note in that schedule, Pinky and the Brain aired at 3:00 in the morning, when the target audience would be asleep. Who knows why.
This isn't the first time WB has loaned their shows to a network that they don't own. Remember that they loaned Tiny Toon Adventures and Animaniacs to Nickelodeon and Nicktoons, but that was because Cartoon Network preferred to push their original series instead. Source: Variety.
Have you heard of a recent cartoon called Right Now KaPow!? It's produced by Warner Bros., yet it airs on...drumroll please...Disney XD. This is supposedly the first time this has happened. (Pinky and the Brain first-ran on the WB, so it doesn't count.)