TheSatirist.com features reviews of various fictional Disney projects - The Apocolypse and Animal Farm, for example - this is from their review of "Disney's 1984":
"Disney's 1984 stars the voice of David Schwimmer (TV's Friends) as Winston Smith, an information worker in The Party, which rules the futuristic superstate of Oceania. He attends political rallies, where large Telescreens project images of Big Brother (Jerry Seinfeld), while the crowds chant with adoration at their leader. Big Brother's theme song, played whenever he appears, is "He Ain't Heavy, He's Big Brother," a variation of the soft-rock classic "(He Ain't Heavy) He's My Brother." " It's not hilarious, but it's worth a look. (As is The Tourist of Death if you havn't already seen it).