Cinema: Loss, Damage, Injury

Last week William Fox, that bald and beady-eyed onetime magnifico of cinema, sprang at his adversaries in eleven directions at once. Alleging ''great and irreparable loss, damage and injury," he entered suit in Manhattan for injunction and accounting of profits against Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp., M-G-M Distributing Corp., Columbia Pictures Corp., Consolidated Film Industries Inc., First Division Pictures Inc., Universal Pictures Corp., Monogram Picture Corp., Reliance Picture Corp., Talking Picture Epics Inc., Twentieth Century Pictures Inc., and Ameranglo Corp.

A foundation for these suits had been provided by the U. S. Supreme Court fortnight ago...

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