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How Disney is redefining the Kingdom - Newsweek 7/24/06

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  • How Disney is redefining the Kingdom - Newsweek 7/24/06

    The Mice That Roared

    How Disney bosses Bob Iger and Dick Cook are redefining the kingdom, Hollywood and themselves.


    Photos: David Livingston / Getty Images (left); Kevin Winter / Getty Images
    Big Changes: Despite recent blockbusters, Iger (left) and Cook decided to slash 650 jobs in an overhaul last week
    By Sean Smith
    Newsweek

    July 31, 2006 issue
    http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/13989884/site/newsweek/
    "If you don't know how to draw, you don't belong in this building" - John Lasseter 2006

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    Re: How Disney is redefining the Kingdom - Newsweek 7/24/06

    I'm curious as to why Mickey's head appears deformed in that really lame photo graphic that Newsweek paid some schmuck to design.

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      Re: How Disney is redefining the Kingdom - Newsweek 7/24/06

      Originally posted by MasterGracey
      I'm curious as to why Mickey's head appears deformed in that really lame photo graphic that Newsweek paid some schmuck to design.

      They paid cash AND it's Mister SomeShmuck to you.
      "As usual he's taken over the coolest spot in the house"- Father re: Orville 1963

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        Re: How Disney is redefining the Kingdom - Newsweek 7/24/06

        Originally posted by MasterGracey
        I'm curious as to why Mickey's head appears deformed in that really lame photo graphic that Newsweek paid some schmuck to design.
        Because the Mickey Mouse symbol is copyrighted by the Walt Disney Company, and so they can't use it. They can make an image that looks kinda sorta like the mouse, but it can't be too close or Disney could come after them.












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