BASF outside of VCA

From Home Video

Since the 1980s, BASF (abbreviation for Baden Aniline and Soda Factory) has became one of the exclusive tape providers for Technicolor Video Services. However, some duplicators outside of Technicolor have used BASF tape stock as well for a decent number of copies of videotapes they duplicated.

Lions Gate Home Entertainment/Anchor Bay Entertainment (different duplicators)[edit]

Duplicated at Video Cassette Duplicating[edit]

Under the Viking Video Classics label[edit]

  • Kartoon Klassics Vol. 1 (1986 release)
  • Kartoon Klassics Vol. 2 (1986 release)
  • Kartoon Klassics Vol. 4 (1986 release)
  • Kartoon Klassics Vol. 5 (1986 release)
  • Kartoon Klassics Vol. 6 (late 1986 release)
  • Kartoon Klassics Vol. 7 (late 1986 and 1988 releases)
  • Holiday Kartoon Kalvalcade (1986 release)

Under the Troy Gold label[edit]

  • Betty Boop: Musical Mountaineers

Under the Burbank Video label[edit]

  • Adios Amigo

Duplicated at Allied Digital Technologies[edit]

Under the Video Treasures label[edit]

  • 50 Classic Cartoons Vol. 1 (1995 release)

Paramount Home Entertainment (all duplicated at Deluxe)[edit]

Under the Paramount Home Video label[edit]

  • Top Gun (10th anniversary release)

Under the Paramount Home Entertainment label[edit]

  • Dora the Explorer: Dora's Backpack Adventure (Nick Jr. Video)
  • Dora the Explorer: Dora Saves the Prince (Nick Jr. Video)
  • Dora the Explorer: Map Adventures (Nick Jr. Video)
  • Dora the Explorer: Swing Into Action (Nick Jr. Video)
  • SpongeBob SquarePants: SpongeGuard on Duty (Nickelodeon Video)

Universal Pictures Home Entertainment (all duplicated at Deluxe)[edit]

Under the Universal Studios Home Video label[edit]

  • Babe (2003 release)

Under the MCA/Universal Home Video label[edit]

  • Abbott & Costello Meet the Mummy (1993 release)

Notes[edit]

  • Certain post-2001 tapes duplicated on BASF cassettes had either the tape guard colored blue, “TTGNIC” moulded on the back right of the cassette, or both.
    • Additionally, on some tapes manufactured after 2002, the tape reels inside the cassette are black.