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Pixar Copied French Nemo?

A year before the release of Finding Nemo, French author Franck Le Calvez self-published the children’s book Pierrot Le Poisson-Clown, featuring a young clownfish on a quest to reunite with his estranged mother.
(In fact, Le Calvez first wrote the story as a screenplay in 1995, but was unable to generate interest in the concept.)

After Pixar’s admittedly similar tale hit theaters, Le Calvez sued the studio for copyright infringement, but lost two lawsuits and was ordered to pay $80,000 in damages and court costs.




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