Roland "Rolly" Armadillo vs. DreamWorks Productions
Our oldest case to date (and the one that started it
all) which is, unfortunately, still pending. Roland,
best known for his appearance in the blockbuster family
film, The Road to Eldorado, found himself virtually
left out of all acknowledgement after the release of the
film. He is suing for "Credit due" and is hoping the
case will establish a precedent which will require animated
armadillos to be given equal acknowledgment to voice actors
and other animated "sidekicks and supporting animal roles".
After reviewing the evidence presented by both sides the
judge has called an extended recess. Our lawyers are
hoping for a decision late in 2006.
copyrighted to Andrea from May 2005 - present.
is a spoof site. There is no actual organization (that I know
of) called SERAA. There is no organization that represents
what this site claims to represent. All information not found
under "Reality Check" or "Legal" is to be considered fictitious
unless otherwise stated. The armadillo this site was born from
is copyrighted to Dream Works and a whole slew of other American
companies and people involved with the making of the film The
Road to El Dorado. Both animal rights and human rights are
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