Among the most venerated production facilities in Hollywood, it is well connected with the industry's top studios (i.e., Disney, Warner Bros, etc.) and employs hundreds of animated characters and humans as well.
1947 Cloverleaf Scandal
In the spring of 1947, Maroon once tried to sell the studio to Cloverleaf Industries in what was considered one of the biggest real-estate deals in California history. Cloverleaf, (revealed to be owned by Judge Doom who Murdered Maroon) however, hatched a scheme to profit from monopolizing transportation in Los Angeles. They attempted to acquire and dismantle the Red Car Trolley Line and the property of Toontown to build a freeway over it. However, once Marvin Acme's will was successfully retrieved, Toontown was safe from demolition.