As used in this article:
a. The term “film laboratory work, labor, services or materials” shall mean the developing of any negative or negatives of a motion picture, printing from negative or negatives thereof, the making or furnishing of any positive print or prints thereof, the making, furnishing, printing, superimposing, or inserting, of titles in any negative or negatives thereof, or in any positive print or prints of a motion picture, the cutting, cleaning, polishing, keeping, storing, or assembling or otherwise processing, of any negative or negatives or positive print or prints of a motion picture, the furnishing of any containers for the handling or shipping of any such negatives or prints, and the doing, furnishing or performing of any and all other film laboratory work, labor, services and materialS.
b. The term “processor” includes all persons, partnerships and corporations engaged or that may be engaged in the business, or any part thereof, of making, doing or furnishing film laboratory work, labor, services or materialS.
C. The term “motion picture film” includes all negative and positive prints, together with the distribution and exhibition rights, the story, dialogue and music rights included therein and the copyright thereto.
d. The term “owner” with respect to any motion picture film includes all persons, partnerships and corporations having title to motion picture film, either at law or in equity, and all other persons, partnerships and corporations having or entitled to the possession of the motion picture film, whether he be a conditional vendee or mortgagor remaining in possession, or otherwise.
e. The term “party authorized with respect to any motion picture film” includes any lessee, licensee or grantee of any distribution or exhibition or exploitation rights of any motion picture film, or of any other right, title or interest in or to such motion picture film, or any agent of the owner, or any mortgagee or conditional vendee of such motion picture film, or any person, firm or corporation in possession of any motion picture film, or any person, partnership or corporation who or which may contract for any motion picture film, laboratory work, labor, services or materials in connection with such motion picture, or any agent of any of the foregoing persons, partnerships or corporationS.
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