Fair Use Video of the Month - Don Loves Roger
Why it's Fair Use:
SIX: QUOTING IN ORDER TO RECOMBINE ELEMENTS TO MAKE A NEW WORK THAT DEPENDS FOR ITS MEANING ON (OFTEN UNLIKELY) RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN THE ELEMENTS
The TV show Mad Men is reedited and recombined to make an ironic and critical second reading of the original source materials. Cutaways and dialog are taken out of their original context to rearticulate a new story that has a cultural identity of its own that addresses a different audience than its original components intended. To learn more, check out the Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for Online Video.
Mad Men, seasons 1-4
The Judy Garland Show, Happy Days/Get Happy Duet, 1963
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