Why Rasputin isn't in the Haunted Mansion


6 Responses to “Why Rasputin isn't in the Haunted Mansion”

  1. Sam says:

    I bet they would, too.

  2. PapayaSF says:

    Speaking of Rasputin and lawsuits, the “all persons fictitious” disclaimer now seen in all movie credits started because of a lawsuit regarding the film Rasputin and the Empress (1932): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/All_persons_fictitious_disclaimer

  3. Anonymous says:

    Defense: “Disney asks that the plaintiff produce at least one portrait of Rasputin that is not creepy.”

    Plaintiff: “I… uh… well….”

    Judge: “Case dismissed.”

  4. millrick says:

    wait a moment…
    wasn’t Walt actually Rasputin incarnate?

    (or am i confusing Robot Chicken with reality again?)

  5. eviladrian says:

    So the fam were OK with Boney M?

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