Alfonso Ribeiro denied copyright of "Carlton" dance used in Fortnite
Tuesday, 19 February 2019 Alfonso Ribeiro's "Carlton" dance became popular when he starred as Carlton Banks on "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air." Ribeiro filed to secure a copyright for the "Carlton" but was denied. The U.S. Copyright Office claims the denial is due to the dance being simple, rather than a choreographed routine. Read more...
Alfonso Ribeiro Thursday dropped the federal lawsuit he filed in Los Angeles against the makers of the popular Fortnite online video game over the "Carlton Dance" popularized by the actor on "The Fresh..
The U.S. Copyright Office is skeptical about 'Fresh Prince of Bel-Air' actor Alfonso Ribeiro's ownership claim over the signature "Carlton Dance," which became famous after a 1991 episode of the Will..
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