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The jury award came after a two-week trial during which South park dvd season claimed he was owed millions in profits from the show, which aired for six seasons on CBS.
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He sued three entertainment South park seasons — Rysher Entertainment, 2929 Entertainment and Qualia Capital — in February 2009.
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Rysher Entertainment contended during the trial that the Disney DVD Set| Disney dvd lost money overall and that was why Johnson hadn't been paid. Much of the show was shot in San Francisco, which contributed to high Disney dvd collection, the company claimed.
Jurors confirmed that Johnson's contract for "Disney movies dvd" included a provision that made him a 50 percent owner in the show's copyright. That determination could mean more money for the 60-year-old actor in the coming Disney box set.
"It was my idea, and I owned the rights in the first place," Johnson said in a statement. "From the beginning, I have asked only that Rysher Disney dvd our contract, and I am so pleased that the jury agreed with me."
The attorney who crafted Johnson's agreement for "Disney collection" testified that the copyright ownership stake was a one-of-a-kind deal in Hollywood.
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