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29th Aug '16 11:56:21 PM RAMChYLD
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** Since Disney signed a distribution agreement with [=DreamWorks=] in 2009, they've screened Shrek on The Disney Channel several times in some markets. Understandably, this has raised a lot of confusion for who know the differences between [=DreamWorks=], Disney and Pixar. The agreement is set to expire in late 2016 though, and [=DreamWorks=] has said that they will not renew the contract once it expires.

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** Since Disney signed a distribution agreement with [=DreamWorks=] in 2009, they've screened Shrek on The Disney Channel several times in some markets. Understandably, this has raised a lot of confusion for those who know the differences between [=DreamWorks=], Disney and Pixar. The agreement is set to expire in late 2016 though, and [=DreamWorks=] has said that they will not renew the contract once it expires.



** One TV station in Malaysia, [=TV3=] actually aired ''Chitty Chitty Bang Bang'' as one of the films on their ''Wonderful World of Disney'' movie slot a few years back. [[note]]To be fair, Creator/UnitedArtists was probably aiming for this trope on purpose, by getting Creator/DickVanDyke and Creator/TheShermanBrothers, fresh off Disney's production of Film/MaryPoppins, involved.[[/note]]

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** One TV station in Malaysia, [=TV3=] [=TV3=], actually aired ''Chitty Chitty Bang Bang'' as one of the films on their ''Wonderful World of Disney'' movie slot a few years back. [[note]]To be fair, Creator/UnitedArtists was probably aiming for this trope on purpose, by getting Creator/DickVanDyke and Creator/TheShermanBrothers, fresh off Disney's production of Film/MaryPoppins, involved.[[/note]]
27th Aug '16 10:50:11 AM nombretomado
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* The 1936 [[Creator/MaxAndDaveFleischer Fleischer Brothers]] cartoon ''Somewhere In Dreamland'' was strangely aired as a short in the 1990s DisneyChannel animation compilation show ''Donald's Quack Attack'', and because of this is sometimes called a Disney cartoon.

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* The 1936 [[Creator/MaxAndDaveFleischer Fleischer Brothers]] cartoon ''Somewhere In Dreamland'' was strangely aired as a short in the 1990s DisneyChannel Creator/DisneyChannel animation compilation show ''Donald's Quack Attack'', and because of this is sometimes called a Disney cartoon.
10th Aug '16 7:40:33 AM Quanyails
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* [[http://www.creators.com/lifestylefeatures/business-and-finance/succeeding-in-your-business/fan-fiction-robot-chicken-fair-use-and-copyright-laws.html This article]] on copyright laws refers to RobotChicken as a "Nickelodeon Adult Swim" show.

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* [[http://www.creators.com/lifestylefeatures/business-and-finance/succeeding-in-your-business/fan-fiction-robot-chicken-fair-use-and-copyright-laws.html This article]] on copyright laws refers to RobotChicken ''WesternAnimation/RobotChicken'' as a "Nickelodeon Adult Swim" show.
10th Aug '16 7:32:51 AM Quanyails
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** Since Disney signed a distribution agreement with [=DreamWorks=] in 2009, they've screened Shrek on The Disney Channel several times in some markets. Understandably, this has raised a lot of confusion for who know the differences between [=DreamWorks=], Disney and Pixar. The agreement is set to expire in late 2016 tho, and [=DreamWorks=] has said that they will not renew the contract once it expires.

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** Since Disney signed a distribution agreement with [=DreamWorks=] in 2009, they've screened Shrek on The Disney Channel several times in some markets. Understandably, this has raised a lot of confusion for who know the differences between [=DreamWorks=], Disney and Pixar. The agreement is set to expire in late 2016 tho, though, and [=DreamWorks=] has said that they will not renew the contract once it expires.



** One TV station in Malaysia, [=TV3=] actually aired ''Chitty Chitty Bang Bang'' as one of the films on their ''Wonderful World of Disney'' movie slot a few years back. [[note]]To be fair tho, Creator/UnitedArtists was probably aiming for this trope on purpose, by getting Creator/DickVanDyke and Creator/TheShermanBrothers, fresh off Disney's production of Film/MaryPoppins, involved.[[/note]]

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** One TV station in Malaysia, [=TV3=] actually aired ''Chitty Chitty Bang Bang'' as one of the films on their ''Wonderful World of Disney'' movie slot a few years back. [[note]]To be fair tho, fair, Creator/UnitedArtists was probably aiming for this trope on purpose, by getting Creator/DickVanDyke and Creator/TheShermanBrothers, fresh off Disney's production of Film/MaryPoppins, involved.[[/note]]
10th Jul '16 7:44:47 PM MrNickelodeon
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* Occasionally you'll come across some naive person or group of people who have lumped ''Film/TheWizardOfOz'' in with the Disney animated oeuvre. Nobody ever explicitly calls ''The Wizard of Oz'' a Disney film (it's well known that it was produced by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, and that Warner Brothers currently owns the rights to it), but school plays doing a salute to Disney will often include scenes from ''Oz'' alongside the likes of ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}''. They must think the kids are stupid ("It's got fanciful characters and musical numbers, so it ''must'' be Disney!"), or else they might genuinely consider ''Oz'' a Disney film in all but name. On the other hand, Disney ''did'' produce the sequel, ''Film/ReturnToOz'', which is probably the root cause of this confusion.

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* Occasionally you'll come across some naive person or group of people who have lumped ''Film/TheWizardOfOz'' in with the Disney animated oeuvre. Nobody ever explicitly calls ''The Wizard of Oz'' a Disney film (it's well known that it was produced by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, and that Warner Brothers currently owns the rights to it), but school plays doing a salute to Disney will often include scenes from ''Oz'' alongside the likes of ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}''. They must think the kids are stupid ("It's got fanciful characters and musical numbers, so it ''must'' be Disney!"), or else they might genuinely consider ''Oz'' a Disney film in all but name. On the other hand, Disney ''did'' produce the sequel, ''Film/ReturnToOz'', as well as the "unofficial" prequel, ''Film/OzTheGreatAndPowerful'', both of which is are probably the root cause of this confusion.confusion. What may also add even more to the confusion is the fact that ''The Wizard of Oz'' is among the many films featured in ''Ride/TheGreatMovieRide'' at Walt Disney World, which was allowed due to a licensing agreement between Disney and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/Warner Brothers.
10th Jul '16 6:53:34 PM mimitchi33
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* In a non-animated film instance, the 1996 adaptation of ''The Wind in the Willows'' is mistaken as a Disney film due to the fact that Disney distributed the film in the U.S. and also because it was released on home video as "''Mr. Toad's Wild Ride''", a name shared by a particularly famous Disneyland ride that was based off of their adaptation of the story. It doesn't help that the trailers, as seen on tapes of the DirectToVideo CabbagePatchKids series and ''WesternAnimation/MagicAdventuresOfMumfie'' VHS tapes (the latter of which is also prone to this trope) used the tagline "As Seen On The Disney Channel".

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* In a non-animated film instance, the 1996 adaptation of ''The Wind in the Willows'' is mistaken as a Disney film due to the fact that Disney distributed the film in the U.S. and also because it was released on home video as "''Mr. Toad's Wild Ride''", a name shared by a particularly famous Disneyland ride that was based off of their adaptation of the story. It doesn't help that the trailers, as seen on tapes of the DirectToVideo CabbagePatchKids series and ''WesternAnimation/MagicAdventuresOfMumfie'' VHS tapes (the latter of which is also prone to this trope) used the tagline "As Seen On The Disney Channel".
8th Jul '16 4:05:38 PM akaun6899
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Since Disney's most famous movies are traditionally animated films, this usually applies to cel-animated movies. On the CGI front, {{Creator/DreamWorks|Animation}} has become a big enough name in its own right that their films rarely get mistaken for Creator/{{Pixar}}'s anymore. The other guys (Creator/BlueSkyStudios, Creator/IlluminationEntertainment, Sony Pictures Animation, etc)... not so much. If it shares [=DreamWorks=]' tendency towards subversive or referential humor, chances are it'll get mistaken for one of their films. So a sub-trope of this could be "All CG Animation is Pixar or [=DreamWorks=]".

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Since Disney's most famous movies are traditionally animated films, this usually applies to cel-animated movies. On the CGI front, {{Creator/DreamWorks|Animation}} has become a big enough name in its own right that their films rarely get mistaken for Creator/{{Pixar}}'s anymore. The other guys (Creator/BlueSkyStudios, Creator/IlluminationEntertainment, Sony Pictures Animation, Creator/SonyPicturesAnimation, etc)... not so much. If it shares [=DreamWorks=]' tendency towards subversive or referential humor, chances are it'll get mistaken for one of their films. So a sub-trope of this could be "All CG Animation is Pixar or [=DreamWorks=]".
27th May '16 3:16:05 PM Doug86
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** The Disney Channel aired almost every Bluth film in the mid-1990s to add to that confusion. They even aired films that neither they nor Bluth made, like ''WesternAnimation/FernGully''.

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** The Disney Channel aired almost every Bluth film in the mid-1990s to add to that confusion. They even aired films that neither they nor Bluth made, like ''WesternAnimation/FernGully''.''WesternAnimation/FernGullyTheLastRainforest''.
25th May '16 2:11:22 PM mimitchi33
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* One ESL worksheet uses Disney characters, but four of the characters Snoopy, [[Creator/DCComics Superman]], [[WesternAnimation/GarfieldAndFriends Garfield]], and [[WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry Tom the cat]]) are not Disney! However, in the United States, ABC airs the ''Peanuts'' specials[[labelnote]] (all but the most recent ones originally aired on CBS)[[/labelnote]], ''Garfield and Friends'' reran on Toon Disney[[labelnote]] (it also originally aired on CBS)[[/labenote]], ''Garfield Gets Real'' aired on Disney Channel Asia, and the second live-action Garfield movie aired on Disney Cinemagic Portugal.

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* One ESL worksheet uses Disney characters, but four of the characters Snoopy, [[Creator/DCComics Superman]], [[WesternAnimation/GarfieldAndFriends Garfield]], and [[WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry Tom the cat]]) are not Disney! However, in the United States, ABC airs the ''Peanuts'' specials[[labelnote]] specials[[note]] (all but the most recent ones originally aired on CBS)[[/labelnote]], CBS)[[/note]], ''Garfield and Friends'' reran on Toon Disney[[labelnote]] Disney[[note]] (it also originally aired on CBS)[[/labenote]], CBS)[[/note]], ''Garfield Gets Real'' aired on Disney Channel Asia, and the second live-action Garfield movie aired on Disney Cinemagic Portugal.
25th May '16 2:10:18 PM mimitchi33
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* One ESL worksheet uses Disney characters, but four of the characters Snoopy, [[Creator/DCComics Superman]], [[WesternAnimation/GarfieldAndFriends Garfield]], and [[WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry Tom the cat]]) are not Disney! However, in the United States, ABC airs the ''Peanuts'' specials[[labelnote:]] (all but the most recent ones originally aired on CBS)[[/labelnote]], ''Garfield and Friends'' reran on Toon Disney[[labelnote:]] (it also originally aired on CBS)[[/labenote]], ''Garfield Gets Real'' aired on Disney Channel Asia, and the second live-action Garfield movie aired on Disney Cinemagic Portugal.

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* One ESL worksheet uses Disney characters, but four of the characters Snoopy, [[Creator/DCComics Superman]], [[WesternAnimation/GarfieldAndFriends Garfield]], and [[WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry Tom the cat]]) are not Disney! However, in the United States, ABC airs the ''Peanuts'' specials[[labelnote:]] specials[[labelnote]] (all but the most recent ones originally aired on CBS)[[/labelnote]], ''Garfield and Friends'' reran on Toon Disney[[labelnote:]] Disney[[labelnote]] (it also originally aired on CBS)[[/labenote]], ''Garfield Gets Real'' aired on Disney Channel Asia, and the second live-action Garfield movie aired on Disney Cinemagic Portugal.
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