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The action or process of adapting or being adapted; with respect to this site; something that is adapted; especially: a movie, book, play, etc., that is changed so that it can be presented in another form.

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stage adaptations of the story. Peter Pan is in copyright in Mexico until 2037. It is in the public domain in other parts of the world. and What do I need to do if I want to put up a …
answered Jun 13 '15 by Valorum
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Per Wikipedia (edited for brevity) Screen adaptations: Conjure Wife has been made into feature films three times under other titles: Weird Woman (1944) starring Lon Chaney, Jr.. One …
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Not according to the scriptwriters of A Quiet Place. They claim (with some justification) to have begun outlining the script before 2012 and started writing their first treatments and drafts from 2013 …
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According to an excerpt from "The Man Who Sold the World: David Bowie and the 1970s", the Widow Orwell refused the rights on the grounds that she had no intention of allowing 1984 to be turned into a …
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