Monster Cable Sues Disney Over Upcoming Movie `Monsters, Inc.' San Jose, California, Sept. 20 (Bloomberg) -- Walt Disney Co.'s upcoming movie, ``Monsters, Inc.,'' violates the trademark of Monster Cable Products Inc., the audio and video products company claims in a lawsuit. Monster Cable Products sued Disney today, saying it has used the name since 1978 and seeks to stop Disney from using the title in sequels or other products. In addition to seeking unspecified damages, the company wants to restrict Disney's use of the name to the original movie and prohibit its use in any subsequent products such as television shows, video games or toys. Disney is teaming with Pixar Inc., the producers of ``Toy Story'' and ``A Bug's Life'' to produce the movie about a ``scare factory in the monster world,'' according to a Disney press release. The movie is scheduled for release in November. Brisbane, California-based Monster Cable fears Disney's ``business practice of producing sequels or a series of titles stemming from an original title'' will be applied to ``Monsters, Inc.'' and cause confusion with its own audio, sound and video products, according to a complaint filed in San Jose federal court. Disney shares fell to their lowest in six and a half years after Goldman, Sachs & Co. bought 135 million shares of the entertainment company at an estimated 22 percent discount to Wednesday's closing price. Officials at Disney did not immediately return calls seeking comment on the lawsuit.