Media giant, Disney has backed out of a lawsuit over the slogan, 'A Place Where Dreams Come True.' The slogan, which Disney has been using to advertise it's theme parks, is actually owned by a Newcastle businessman who uses it for his mobile phone pornography company.
Hardly a day goes by, of course, when some mickey mouse outfit doesn't try to infringe the copyright of a major film producer.
Downloads now available from 'A Place Where Dreams Come True' include such classics as 'Snow White and the Seven Inches', 'Bambi' (the first ever snuff movie, in which the hero's mother is killed on screen by a deranged member of the National Rifle Association), and a remake of 'Kiddy Fiddlers on the Roof' starring Gary Glitter. Disney are allegedly reducing their slogan simply to 'Come'. Further lawsuits are anticipated.