I'm not a saint by any means, but to do this kind of thing, especially with the Disney lot, is pushing your luck, if they had known about it,
Derann would have been closed years before it did and Derek would have been in serious shit. I don't know if anyone on here remembers,
but when Disney first started releasing the little 200' clips with sound, usually there were two parts, the previous reel was withdrawn,
this is the kind of thinking you're playing with. I remember in conversation with him, he'd just talked me into "Jurassic Park" purchase,
he admitted that he wasn't a Disney fan, as I'd asked him outright, he liked his musicals, but not so keen on Disney, didn't make any difference, he certainly delivered the goods to a lot of keen collectors. So Derek did sail close to the wind on more than one occasion
with his releasing companies. Bad enough when you purchased any of the Columbia shorts, just as the end title finished, threats of depravity and death, plus huge fines and stuff if you even thought of copying this film. Same with DVD, you've already been compared to a car thief, a pick pocket and now a film pirate, then the fines, good job its a widescreen telly, to get all the zero's on.