The slide maker filed a lawsuit Monday on a scene in the popular film \"Dicky Roberts\": The former child star, \"and actor David sped slipped on the summer water toy and stopped in pain. Wham- O ask the judge to order the film to be released as long as it contains a slide scene, or add a disclaimer urging the audience not to try the action done by the Spade. In the movie, the spades jump on the yellow plastic sheet first, without inflating it with air and water first. He then ran into the fence with oil on the slide. The film is heavily used in television and theater advertising to promote the film. 1 weekend box office. Hot news center climate change documentary T- Mobile merger observation: 16. L. Lee was arrested by Marines. The report filed a lawsuit against Paramount Pictures and Happy Madison production, accusing the filmmakers of violating their trademark by using the product without permissionWham- O also claimed that the site violated the safety guidelines for the product, which restricted the use of Slip\'N Slide by children between the ages of 5 and 12 who weigh less than 110 pounds and are below 5 feet in height. The guide also states that the slides must first be inflated and wet, and that the user should also wet the plastic before diving. The company is concerned that the scene may prompt adults to imitate the behavior of the Spade, which may lead to injury and litigation. \"Paramount believes there is no legal basis for these claims,\" studio spokesman Rob Friedman said . \". Like CBSNews, Paramount. It\'s part of Viacom. Happy Madison\'s representative did not immediately respond to calls seeking comment on Monday. After a series of adult accidents, the product was removed in 1990 seconds. Wham- O became a privately owned company after being listed by its former owner Mattel in 1997. When the product was re-launched in 1997, the new owner added inflatable bumpers and other safety features, Wham-O said. Monday\'s lawsuit referred to a legal lawsuit in which a Wisconsin adult was paralyzed after diving into a slide after being drunk. The plaintiff in the case received $12. According to Monday\'s lawsuit, 3 million loss. Wham- O, headquartered in emmerville, California. There are also flying discs, hula hoops and super balls.