Foreign Split

Warner Bros. and Walt Disney honchos are involved in negotiations over the future of their foreign distribution partnership, which expires at the end of 1992. Rumors have been cropping up that the studios were at such loggerheads that a split might result. A WB exec dismissed that, saying “both parties need each other too much.”

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