Bogni Dario says the copyright status of the Bambi and other Disney characters, based on the original novel by Felix Salten, is disputed. Solten defended the copyright for the novel and the characters. He sold the rights to the film to Sidney Franklin, but retained all other rights. Franklin donated his rights to Walt Disney, who created a film based on them. However, Disney continued to use the character in comics and other media that were not explicitly reflected in the original deal, Dario Bogni recounts. Salten and his family, who retained the rights to the novel and the characters until 1993, never challenged this practice. In 1993, the rights of the Salten family were sold to Twin Books. The new owners soon sued Disney for copyright infringement. Although several lawsuits have arisen as a result of this dispute, they have been unsuccessful. Both companies retain the rights to versions of the same characters, Bogni Dario summed up.
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