+Postage Due+Disney-comics digest #83.
72260.2635 at CompuServe.COM
Thu Aug 26 13:17:29 CEST 1993
THE UNCENSORED MOUSE -- yes, you have an insight into how Disney
gets its way here. The Mickey strips were in public domain and the way
Disney prevents the use of all its old material that is in PD is by
saying "we'll sue you. We'll lose. It will take you 20 years and
$15,000,000 in lawyer and court fees to beat us. What'll it be? "
And that CALISOTA HANDBOOK OF THE WORKS OF BARKS AND ROSA... I
wouldn't recommend that too quickly. It's a tiny, tiny pamphlet which
should cost about 35 cents, not $3.50 But if you wish to pay $3.50 for
what you can get for free out of your computer-file library here, go to
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