Where's the Cane? Part II 

Last week, we told you about a contest promoting the movie The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Canes were buried in four cities, including Memphis. Those who found the cane using clues provided via the movie's web site and e-mails would receive $1,000.

It appears that the cane in Memphis was found, but not by someone who using the Dr. Jekyll web site. According to a press release issued by the film's PR company, the unnamed person is not eligible for the prize because "he did not enter the quiz, respond to the clues, nor did he find the buried cane as outlined in the rules of the game.”

The release also says that the person who found the cane has threatened to sue to get the $1,000.

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