Man hacks into Disney's Sleeping Beauty as part of wedding proposal

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  1. QLRformer

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    The wonderful and creative things people do for love.
     
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    That’s THE #1 mistake a guy could ever make: propose.
     
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    Right well there’s plenty to unpack there.


    Mind, this is impressive buy honestly this kind of proposal just comes across as super awkward.
     
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    And Disney will sue him for it. :p 
     
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    Why will Disney sue him? That isn't their version in the screen capture. And the story itself is public domain.

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    That's Disney's version. Which looks nothing like the one in the OP. Like at all.
     
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    It was a joke.
    Disney has been brutal in protecting their properties in the past. Sueing children for fan websites, etc.
     
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    Them and everyone else. So the thread title is a bit disingenuous by naming it as Disney's adaptation from 1959, when in fact the footage bears no resemblance to it all. And as sue happy as Disney are - and they certainly are - they cannot sue someone for altering another company's take on a story that can have its origins traces back to between 1330 and 1344.

    Now the people who did make that version in the OP, they could probably sue him quite handily :p 
     
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