TV Icon David Cassidy Says Studio Bilked Him Of Royalties

Law360, New York (October 5, 2011, 7:10 PM EDT) -- 1970s teen sensation David Cassidy on Wednesday sued the production company that introduced "The Partridge Family" to a global audience, saying the studio denied his cut of hundreds of millions of dollars in merchandise and broadcast deals and continued to use his likeness after their contract expired.

Cassidy, who performed as the front man for the fictitious traveling music act on which the televised "The Partridge Family" series was based, says that Screen Gems Inc. — as well as successors CPT Holdings Inc., Sony Pictures Television...
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