Bhadrika pointed me to this lovely video a couple weeks ago, but I forgot to post it:
"A Fair(y) Use Tale," a treatise on copyright and fair use in the form of tiny snippets of about two dozen Disney movies. Almost every word (and sometimes a part of a word) comes from a different clip, though some of the same clips are used several times. It's kind of like Doctor Know-It-All played by Disney characters.
It's cute and entertaining, though perhaps a bit too long (at over ten minutes). Still, if you have any interest in this stuff, take a look; at least watch the first few minutes to get the idea.
(And looking at the credits, I realized that I've still never seen Dumbo or Disney's Pinocchio. Or Bambi. Don't think I've seen Disney's Peter Pan, either. I should watch those at some point.)