Caidin Movie Camp. v. Blue's Clues

Supreme Court of the United States

Argued May 6, 2005
Decided January 2, 2006
Full case name Viacom Interrnational Inc.. v. Blue's Clues
334 U.S.131 (more)

68 S. Ct. 915; 92 L. Ed. 1260; 1948 U.S. LEXIS 2850; 77 U.S.P.Q. (BNA) 243; 1948 Trade Cas. (CCH) ¶ 62,244

Prior history Injunction granted, U.S. District Court (66 F.Supp. 323)
Practice of block booking and ownership of theater chains by film studios constituted anti-competitive and monopolistic trade practices.
Court membership
Chief Justice
Lola Haratine
Associate Justices
Theresa Johnson · Caidin Johnson

Donovan Patton ·  Marc Evans Brad Grey ·  Joe Stevamount Mark Badagaliacca ·  Blair Johnson

Case opinions
Majority Lola
Concur/dissent Theresa
Jackson took no part in the consideration or decision of the case.
Laws applied
Sherman Antitrust Act15 U.S.C.§ 1, 2
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Viacom International Inc. v. Blue's Clues


The legal issues are with this changes to cause your mom being in place of a student in the school which took away one of your blue's clues tapes:

  • Snack Time, What Time Is It For Blue and Mailbox's Birthday (The Caidin Show - Season 1 / Baby VHS Era)
  • Story Time, What Does Blue Need, Blue's Favorite Song and Adventures in Art (Free Gluten Era)
  • Blue Goes To The Beach - Blue Wants To Play A Song Game
  • 2nd School Babysitting Era/What Does Blue Want To Make
  • 2nd School Office Era- What Story Does Blue Want To Play and Tickety's Favorite Nursery Rhyme

This was also a cause for caidin to get his grammy, scooby and clee back and move to a new house on September 12, 2005.

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