A user by the name of "iluvminitoys" has created a page for what he says is CEC Entertainment's attempt to enter the Japanese market, under a completely different identity because he thinks Chuck E. Cheese's is "too American". Little does he know that I got CEC into the Japanese market with virtually no differences compared to its US counterpart - OVER A YEAR AGO.
He also vandalised the actual Chuck E. Cheese's page, adding information for what seemed to be CEC's presence in his own fictional country. Which I refuse to acknowledge because he added it without permission. I reverted this edit... only for an anonymous user to revert the CEC page back to the vandalised version and place a comment on the "Pac-Man and Friends'" page saying that "this is in a different timeline". Which isn't possible because we only have one timeline in canon here. I reverted the unauthorised changes once again, and then responded with a reply to that comment telling him not to vandalise any pages relating to Kabushiki Gaisha ABS' properties - a group that includes CEC.
Earlier today, yet another anon made a comment on that same page telling me to "SHUT UP" and reaffirming iluvminitoys' presence. I draw the line here and now ask for all of these accounts to be permanently banned from the wiki. The sooner, the better.
I've got some fun facts regarding Disney Videos in Dahrconia
The "Neon Mickey" Walt Disney Home Video logo was used in Dahrconia from 1980 until 1989.
The Walt Disney Classics line lasted in Dahrconia from 1985 until 1996.
The Song of the South movie was released on video (VHS and Betamax) in Dahrconia in 1983, but it was never released on any form of home entertainment ever again in Dahrconia because of the movie's racial sterotypes of African Americans.
Regarding the Walt Disney Classics line, the first three titles that were released in Dahrconia in 1985 were Robin Hood, Alice in Wonderland, and Dumbo. They were released on VHS and Betamax tapes as well as in a 3-disc Laserdisc box set.
The only movies that weren't released in the "Classics" brand were Pete's Dragon and The Song of the South. Oddly enough Pete's Dragon was released on video under the "Classics" brand in 1989, but as a rental exclusive, but the tape didn't open with the Walt Disney Classics logo.
in 2001, Beauty and the Beast was re-released on video and was released on DVD for the first time as part of the movie's tenth anniversary.