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Alfonso Ribeiro Denied Copyright of 'Carlton' Dance [Video]Alfonso Ribeiro Denied Copyright of 'Carlton' Dance

Alfonso Ribeiro Denied Copyright of 'Carlton' Dance Ribeiro's "Carlton" dance became popular when he starred as Carlton Banks on 'The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.' The actor is suing Take-Two Interactive and Epic Games for using the iconic dance in..

Wibbitz Top Stories -   00:51

Alfonso “Carlton” Ribeiro Sues Epic Over ‘Fortnite’ Dances [Video]Alfonso “Carlton” Ribeiro Sues Epic Over ‘Fortnite’ Dances

Last year Alfonso Ribeiro filed a lawsuit against Epic Games for including his famous “Carlton Dance” from The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air as a lucrative dance emote in Fortnite. However, the US Copyright […] The post Alfonso “Carlton” Ribeiro,..

Wochit -   00:49

U.S. Copyright Office Skeptical of Alfonso Ribeiro's U.S. Copyright Office Skeptical of Alfonso Ribeiro's "Carlton Dance" Ownership | THR News

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 Smith series.

The Hollywood Reporter -   03:02

U.S. Copyright Office Refuses To Register The ‘Carlton Dance’ [Video]U.S. Copyright Office Refuses To Register The ‘Carlton Dance’

It doesn’t seem like former “Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” star Alfonso Ribeiro will get his signature dance move copyrighted.

Veuer -   00:33

'Carlton Dance' Refused Copyright Registration [Video]'Carlton Dance' Refused Copyright Registration

It's not unusual for the "Carlton Dance" to be loved by anyone, but the US Copyright Office apparently doesn't think it's all that special. Former "Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" star Alfonso Ribeiro has been involved in a lawsuit with Take-Two..

Wochit -   00:45

Alfonso Ribeiro Can't Copyright 'Carlton' Dance: Copyright Office [Video]Alfonso Ribeiro Can't Copyright 'Carlton' Dance: Copyright Office

The U.S. Copyright Office has sided against Alfonso Ribeiro on the "Carlton" dance.

Geo Beats -   00:38

New Update In Alfonso Ribeiro's Lawsuit Against Makers Of Fortnite Game [Video]New Update In Alfonso Ribeiro's Lawsuit Against Makers Of Fortnite Game

Alfonso Ribeiro, who portrayed Carlton on The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. However, a new update in the case may result in Ribeiro not getting the Victory Royale he might have hoped for. Website comicbook.com shares that according to a recent report from..

Wochit -   00:49

Backpack Kid SUING Fortnite For STEALING His Dance Moves! [Video]Backpack Kid SUING Fortnite For STEALING His Dance Moves!

Fortnight is gonna have to COUGH UP the cash after ALLEGEDLY stealing signature dance moves like the floss created by the backpack kid and the Carlton which was originated by Alfonso Ribeiro, sit tight to find out just how the video game has..

Rumble -   02:13

Alfonso Ribeiro Suing Video Game Companies Over Carlton Dance Moves [Video]Alfonso Ribeiro Suing Video Game Companies Over Carlton Dance Moves

Alfonso Ribeiro is taking his fancy footwork to the courtroom reports SFgate. Ribeiro, who played Carlton Banks on the sitcom “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air,” has filed lawsuits. The lawsuits against the companies behind the video games Fortnite..

Wochit -   00:40

Alfonso Ribeiro Admits He Stole 'Carlton Dance' [Video]Alfonso Ribeiro Admits He Stole 'Carlton Dance'

Alfonso Ribeiro confessed to stealing his signature dance move.

Entertainment Tonight -   04:07

Alfonso Ribeiro's Case Over 'Fortnite' Dance Is About More Than Copyright Laws [Video]Alfonso Ribeiro's Case Over 'Fortnite' Dance Is About More Than Copyright Laws

Actor Alfonso Ribeiro's case against Epic Games for its use of "the Carlton" dance in "Fortnite" might come down to a jury's sympathy, rather than copyright technicalities, intellectual property lawyer Gaston Kroub told Cheddar on Tuesday. "Could a..

Cheddar Inc. -   01:53

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