Trials: The Right of Privacy & Property

After screening the movie John Goldfarb, Please Come Home, the University of Notre Dame haled 20th Century-Fox into New York State Supreme Court on the ground that its $4,000,000 farce "causes irreparable injury to the high prestige, reputation and good will of the university [TIME, Dec. 18]." Warmly agreeing, Justice Henry Clay Greenberg last week slapped a temporary injunction against the film's scheduled Christmas Day opening. "The script is ugly, vulgar and tawdry," said Greenberg. "This is a clear case of commercial piracy."

So valuable are Notre Dame's name and symbols that...

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