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NEW YORK — Signalling that the antitrust regulations that have governed movie distribution for the last seven decades may be ripe for revision, the Department of Justice has opened a review of the famed Paramount Decrees.

The 1948 landmark Supreme Court decision of United States v. Paramount, known as "the Paramount Decrees," effectively ended the old Hollywood system, outlawing such practices as "block booking," in which studios required theatres to book a bundle of their films. It was part of antitrust efforts to prohibit the major studios from also controlling the country's movie theatres.

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Makan Delrahim, assistant attorney general for the Justice Department's Antitrust Division, said Thursday that "much has changed in the motion picture industry."

The Department of Justice review will determine if the Paramount Decrees should be modified or terminated.

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