The well figure looks exactly like Disney's. I wonder if they got a used one at that place in Florida that has all the WDW ride stuff on sale. I also saw the HM things at the beginning, and was that my imagination, bad camera work or wasn't that big pirate ship actually rocking back and forth? Pretty cheap rip off but I would have to see in person to really tell. It was a copy, but not exact. They don't have the money that Disney does so they copy and do the cheap. I wonder if Paul Pressler is working on the side? Looks like something he would green light.
I've been to Zara Dreamland and several other "rip-off" Disneylands (and even a rip-off Epcot complete with a smaller Spaceship Earth) in my travels around the world over the decades. They're always lots of fun to visit.
I think most people would be surprised at how many whole parks are out there in the world that are direct rips of Disney. No question they would have been sued into oblivion if they existed here in the United States or in other countries where International Copyright laws are enforced.
Even in some of the countries where copyright laws are now enforced...I think some of these parks are allowed to continue to do business because they existed before the stricter copyright enforcement laws came into effect. "Grandfathered" so-to-speak.
does disney have any sort of international copyright?
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