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Rodney Hilton Brown says he loaned his collection of Joe Rosenthal's World War II photos to the Intrepid Sea Air Space Museum, which returned it without the Pulitzer Prize-winning "Flag Raising on Mt. Suribachi," in New York County Court.

Telemundo of San Antonio breached a 52-week contract by canceling En Caliente Productions' TV show after two weeks, Caliente claims in Bexar County Court, San Antonio.

Sperone Westwater Gallery sued Archivio Alighiero Boetti in a dispute over the authenticity of artwork by the late Italian artist, Alighiero Boetti, in Manhattan Federal Court.

Teamsters Local No. 85 demands that Banana Peel Entertainment submit to arbitration for nonpayment of wages to production workers on the movie, "Valley of the Heart's Delight," in San Francisco Federal Court.

John Melendez refused to pay the contractual 10 percent of production costs to Adirondack International Pictures after it found a production company for his movie, "Breaking the Rules," Adirondack claims in Los Angeles Superior Court.

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