Is Sparlock a violation of this companies copyright?

by UnConfused 13 Replies latest jw friends

  • Lore
    Bit dumb to name your character and not own the domain...

    Well not really.

    Sparlock wasn't a character, he was a prop. The prop was also only in 1 section of the whole dvd.

    Disney doesn't own the domain for every character they create. They got the main ones.

    But the villians? takes you to a clothing store. takes you to some photographers album or something. is unfortunately taken. . . otherwise I'd scarf it right now. But it doesn't seem to be used.

  • snowbird

    I noticed that, too, GL.

    With all the fuss about "magic," who would expect to see the definitive symbol of all that's magical to children on the family rug?

    Tee hee hee.

    I believe someone is sending a message.

  • UnConfused

    I just looked, the rug looks like it might have an 8 on it?

  • GLTirebiter

    You got it, Syl!

    The pattern is most of a large circle, with a smaller circle attached to it. You can imagine a second small circle under the table where you can't see it. Put it together, and you have one of the best-known logos in the entertainment business.

    M-I-C ----K-E-Y...

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