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The original “Terminator” is released. Made for only $6.4 million, it grosses more than $78 million around the globe. Production company Hemdale Films owns 50% of the rights. The other half is owned by producer <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB002490" title="Gale Anne Hurd" href="/topic/entertainment/gale-anne-hurd-PECLB002490.topic">Gale Anne Hurd</a>, who acquired them for $1 from writer/director <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB000813" title="James Cameron" href="/topic/entertainment/movies/james-cameron-PECLB000813.topic">James Cameron</a>, then her producing partner and later her husband.<br>
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<b>Related: <a href="http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/news/movies/la-fi-ct-terminator26-2009may26,0,6059314.story">On the way to 'Terminator Salvation,' legal sparks fly</a></b>
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The original “Terminator” is released. Made for only $6.4 million, it grosses more than $78 million around the globe. Production company Hemdale Films owns 50% of the rights. The other half is owned by producer Gale Anne Hurd, who acquired them for $1 from writer/director James Cameron, then her producing partner and later her husband.

Related: On the way to 'Terminator Salvation,' legal sparks fly

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