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FILM LIBEL CASE. LONDON, Nov. 24.-The Action for libel by Lady Fairhaven against Warner Bros. First National Productions, Ltd., of Ted dington Studios, England, has been settled for a "substantial sum," which will be given to charity. The counsel for plaintiff said that in the film "Transatlantic Trouble," a character named "Lady Fairhaven" was depicted as odious, destitute of decency and self-respect and a person of com pletely uncontrolled passions. Counsel for the defence, in apologising, said it was an oversight on the part of the scenario writer, who intended to use an invented name. [The film, "Transatlantic Trouble," was made in England in January last and has not yet been screened in Perth. Max Miller, the popular, quick-talking radio, vaudeville and screen star, filled the main role, Usually in film production and especially since the "Rasputin". libel cases, special care is taken by studios to avoid the use of names of actual per sons.]

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