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What do Jay Leno, Sacha Baron Cohen and Morgan Spurlock all have in common? They've all beaten lawsuits from non-famous individuals who unwittingly found themselves shown on TV and film. Now add comedian Joan Rivers to this list. Photos: Top 10 Legal Disclaimers in Hollywood On Thursday, the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed a lower court's dismissal of a suit from a woman who appeared for sixteen seconds -- or 0.3 percent, according to judicial math -- in the documentary Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work. Ann Bogie, the plaintiff, sued Rivers, IFC Films and others for invading her

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