In early drafts of Attack of the Clones , the name of the Jedi who contacted the Kaminoans was Sido-Dyas , and was originally a false identity for Darth Sidious — Obi-Wan Kenobi claimed to have never heard of him, and Mace Windu confirmed no Jedi of that name existed. The spelling "Sifo-Dyas" appears in one draft as a typing error that Lucas preferred to the original name;  thus the scenario of the Jedi's identity was rewritten. Additionally, the Jedi Master's name was changed in the Portuguese translation to Zaifo-Vias , since his original name sounded much like "se fodias," a vulgar expression in Brazil. 
We'd like to believe this theory is completely bogus. We really would. But, sadly, even discounting all the made-up stuff, it still makes a lot of sense. Let us explain: The Sayama Incident happened in May 1963 in Sayama City, when a man kidnapped and murdered a 16-year-old girl. Later, the girl's older sister committed suicide. What the hell does that have to do with a movie about big fluffy cats? First, the sisters' names in the movie are related to the month of May -- they're called Satsuki ("May" in Japanese) and Mei (which sounds like "May").
Great Marlborough Productions (formerly Cartoon Network Development Studio Europe) is based in Shoreditch, London, located three miles away from Turner EMEA's headquarters.  The studio was named after Great Marlborough Street where Turner Europe, Middle East and Africa's headquarters is located. The studio is the European equivalent to Cartoon Network Studios based in Burbank, California , USA. The studio was founded in 2007 and in 2011 it produced its first show, The Amazing World of Gumball ,  created by Ben Bocquelet . Cartoon Network Europe has also been involved in other co-productions in the past such as The Cramp Twins , Fat Dog Mendoza , Robotboy , Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated , Elfy Food , The Happos Family ,  Hero 108 , Spaced Out , VBirds , Cult Toons , Taffy ,  Best Ed , Chop Socky Chooks and Skatoony . The studio has also produced animation for the Malaria No More organisation.  Originally, the studio's main focus was to produce animated shorts that could potentially become animated shows, this changed when production of The Amazing World of Gumball moved from Boulder Media and Dandelion Studios and went in-house. Cartoon Network Development Studio Europe is still used as a production card name for Great Marlborough Productions and can be seen at the end of the credits of every episode of The Amazing World of Gumball.