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Posted by: Forum Administrator Posted on: 02. Dec 2007 at 19:03
Donald Jack's copyrights are now in the hands of his literary estate. Publication rights for the first two books in the series are currently licensed to McClelland & Stewart Ltd., while the publication rights to the rest of the series (vols. 3-9) are licensed to Sybertooth Inc.

As to the movie & TV rights, Sybertooth Inc. currently has the rights to vols. 1-9 so any queries could be directed to:

Sybertooth Inc.
Attn: Mr. Chris Paul
59 Salem St
Sackville, NB
E4L 4J6
Canada

Currently none of the books have been optioned for film or TV. A radio production of Three Cheers for Me was done in the early 70s, but that is the only past production I'm aware of.
Posted by: barsoomcore Posted on: 27. Nov 2007 at 01:03
Does anyone know if the movie or tv rights for the Bandy books were ever optioned? Who is the copyright holder these days?