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from the internets: Animator successfully sues defunct company for plagiarism

500px-Cinar_1985We’ve covered this one before, but it seems that Animator Claude Robinson, who filed suit against the former animation giant, Montreal-based CINAR, for copyright infringement over his pitch The Adventures of Robinson Curiosity, and the show they subsequently developed, Robinson Sucroe. CINAR, or whatever’s left of it, brought the fight to the Supreme Court, who ruled unanimously in Robinson’s favour.

Here’s the link:

Case closed. 20 years later.


  1. JP JP December 27, 2013


    Do not say “Case closed” until Claude has been paid the money he is owed. This took 3 trials and he has yet to see a dime.

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