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From Home Video

20th Century Home Entertainment[edit]

Title Label Country of origin Original year Length Version MPAA rating Film format Tape count Tape break placement (if applicable) Color Released Note(s)
The Assassin
From International Film Consultants
Key Video Japan 1970 87 min Standard version R Toeiscope 1 N/A Color June 11, 1987
  • Part of Key Video's Spotlight on Sonny Chiba.
Black Mama, White Mama
From Orion Pictures
Key Video USA/Philippines 1973 87 min Standard version R Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color August 4, 1988 TBD
The Bullet Train Key Video Japan 1975 115 min American theatrical version PG Toeiscope 1 N/A Color June 4, 1984 TBD
The Bullet Train Key Video Japan 1975 115 min American theatrical version PG Toeiscope 1 N/A Color June 11, 1987
  • Part of Key Video's Spotlight on Sonny Chiba.
Call Me Mister FoxVideo USA 1951 96 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color June 27, 1991
  • Opens with a promo for the Yellow Ribbon Collection.
The Cape
From MTM Enterprises
20th Century Fox Home Entertainment USA 1996 88 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color October 13, 1998
  • Two-part pilot episode.
Caroline in the City: Caroline and the Bad Trip
From Barron/Pennette Productions, 3 Sisters Entertainment and CBS Productions
CBS Video USA 1997 88 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color January 20, 1998
  • Four-part episode containing "Caroline and the Bad Trip", "Caroline and Richard & Julia", "Caroline and the Wayward Husband" and "Caroline and the Reception".
Champion of Death
From United Artists Corporation
CBS/Fox Video Japan 1975 85 min Standard version R Toeiscope 1 N/A Color July 6, 1983 TBD
Champion of Death
From United Artists Corporation
Key Video Japan 1975 85 min Standard version R Toeiscope 1 N/A Color June 11, 1987
  • Part of Key Video's Spotlight on Sonny Chiba.
The Damned Don't Cry
From United Artists Corporation
Key Video USA 1950 103 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white June 4, 1984 TBD
Don't Worry, We'll Think of a Title
From United Artists Corporation
Magnetic Video Corporation USA 1966 83 min Standard version NR Matted 1.66 1 N/A Black and white December 1, 1981 TBD
The Executioner
From International Film Consultants
CBS/Fox Video Japan 1974 87 min Standard version R Toeiscope 1 N/A Color May 18, 1983 TBD
The Executioner
From International Film Consultants
Key Video Japan 1974 87 min Standard version R Toeiscope 1 N/A Color June 11, 1987
  • Part of Key Video's Spotlight on Sonny Chiba.
Gangster Cop
From International Film Consultants
Key Video Japan 1970 87 min Standard version R Toeiscope 1 N/A Color June 11, 1987
  • Part of Key Video's Spotlight on Sonny Chiba.
Generation X
From New World Entertainment
FoxVideo USA 1996 88 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color September 23, 1997 TBD
Master of the Flying Guillotine
From In-Frame Films
CBS/Fox Video Hong Kong 1976 93 min Standard version R First Scope 1 N/A Color June 1983
  • Dubbed in English by Axis International.
Message from Space
From United Artists Corporation
20th Century-Fox Video Japan 1978 105 min Standard version PG VistaVision 1 N/A Color June 24, 1982 TBD
Message from Space
From United Artists Corporation
Key Video Japan 1978 105 min Standard version PG VistaVision 1 N/A Color June 11, 1987
  • Part of Key Video's Spotlight on Sonny Chiba.
Modesty Blaise CBS/Fox Video UK 1966 119 min Standard version NR Matted 1.66 1 N/A Color August 1983 TBD
Nick Fury: Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.
From Marvel Studios and 20th Television
20th Century Fox Home Entertainment USA 1998 91 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color December 15, 1998 TBD
The One-Armed Boxer
From Golden Harvest
CBS/Fox Video Hong Kong 1972 89 min Standard version R Dyaliscope 1 N/A Color June 1983
  • Dubbed in English by Axis International.
Ranma ½: Big Trouble in Nekonron, China
From Walt Disney Pictures, TriStar Pictures, and Chuck Jones Enterprises
FoxVideo Japan/USA 1991 77 min Standard version PG Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color November 18, 1992
  • Opens with trailers for Hoffa and Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Closes with a promo for Ranma ½ and a theatrical trailer for Ranma ½: Nihao My Concubine.
  • Letterboxed.
  • Dubbed in English by Weddington Productions.
  • Voices by Joe Alaskey (Mù Sī), Fairuza Balk (Nabiki Tendo), Jeff Bergman (male Ranma), Cheryl Chase (Azusa Shiratori), Maggie Cheung (Lychee), Cam Clarke (Ryoga Hibiki), Tom Cruise (Tatewaki Kuno), Zsa Zsa Gabor (Kě Lún), Brad Garrett (Bishamonten), Michael Gough (Happosai), Mark Hamill (Kirin), Jim Hanks (Daihakuse), Tom Hanks (Daikokuse), Jim Jackman (Genma Saotome), Lisa Kudrow (Akane Tendo), Katie Leigh (Monlon), Kerrigan Mahan (Soun Tendo), Patti Parris (Kodachi Kuno), Bradley Pierce (credited as "Bradley Michael Pierce") (Tsubasa Kurenai), Will Ryan (Wu), Cree Summer (Ukyo Kuonji), Lea Thompson (Kasumi Tendo), Lauren Tom (Shān Pú), Les Tremayne (Ebiten), B.J. Ward (female Ranma), and Frank Welker (Mikado Sanzenin).
Ranma ½: Big Trouble in Nekonron, China
From Walt Disney Pictures, TriStar Pictures, and Chuck Jones Enterprises
FoxVideo Japan/USA 1991 77 min Standard version PG Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color January 9, 1996
  • Part of the 20th Century Fox Selections lineup.
  • Letterboxed.
  • Dubbed in English by Weddington Productions.
  • Voices by Joe Alaskey (Mù Sī), Fairuza Balk (Nabiki Tendo), Jeff Bergman (male Ranma), Cheryl Chase (Azusa Shiratori), Maggie Cheung (Lychee), Cam Clarke (Ryoga Hibiki), Tom Cruise (Tatewaki Kuno), Zsa Zsa Gabor (Kě Lún), Brad Garrett (Bishamonten), Michael Gough (Happosai), Mark Hamill (Kirin), Jim Hanks (Daihakuse), Tom Hanks (Daikokuse), Jim Jackman (Genma Saotome), Lisa Kudrow (Akane Tendo), Katie Leigh (Monlon), Kerrigan Mahan (Soun Tendo), Patti Parris (Kodachi Kuno), Bradley Pierce (credited as "Bradley Michael Pierce") (Tsubasa Kurenai), Will Ryan (Wu), Cree Summer (Ukyo Kuonji), Lea Thompson (Kasumi Tendo), Lauren Tom (Shān Pú), Les Tremayne (Ebiten), B.J. Ward (female Ranma), and Frank Welker (Mikado Sanzenin).
Ranma ½: Big Trouble in Nekonron, China
From Walt Disney Pictures, TriStar Pictures, and Chuck Jones Enterprises
FoxVideo Japan/USA 1991 77 min Standard version PG Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color August 19, 1997
  • Part of the Widescreen Series lineup.
  • Letterboxed at 2.20:1.
  • Dubbed in English by Weddington Productions.
  • Voices by Joe Alaskey (Mù Sī), Fairuza Balk (Nabiki Tendo), Jeff Bergman (male Ranma), Cheryl Chase (Azusa Shiratori), Maggie Cheung (Lychee), Cam Clarke (Ryoga Hibiki), Tom Cruise (Tatewaki Kuno), Zsa Zsa Gabor (Kě Lún), Brad Garrett (Bishamonten), Michael Gough (Happosai), Mark Hamill (Kirin), Jim Hanks (Daihakuse), Tom Hanks (Daikokuse), Jim Jackman (Genma Saotome), Lisa Kudrow (Akane Tendo), Katie Leigh (Monlon), Kerrigan Mahan (Soun Tendo), Patti Parris (Kodachi Kuno), Bradley Pierce (credited as "Bradley Michael Pierce") (Tsubasa Kurenai), Will Ryan (Wu), Cree Summer (Ukyo Kuonji), Lea Thompson (Kasumi Tendo), Lauren Tom (Shān Pú), Les Tremayne (Ebiten), B.J. Ward (female Ranma), and Frank Welker (Mikado Sanzenin).
  • THX-certified, uses the Broadway trailer with the high-pitched Deep Note.
Ranma ½ Vol. 1
From CBS Video Enterprises, Chuck Jones Enterprises, Four Star International, Buena Vista Television Distribution, and WHYY Philadelphia
CBS/Fox Video Japan/USA 1989 75 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color March 29, 1990
  • Opens with a promo for Ranma ½, including a teaser for the second season.
  • Dubbed in English by Weddington Productions.
  • Voices by Fairuza Balk, Jeff Bergman, Mel Blanc, Tom Cruise, Jim Jackman, Lisa Kudrow, Nathan Lane, Lea Thompson, Lee Van Cleef, and B.J. Ward.
Ranma ½ Vol. 2
From CBS Video Enterprises, Chuck Jones Enterprises, Four Star International, Buena Vista Television Distribution, and WHYY Philadelphia
CBS/Fox Video Japan/USA 1989 75 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color March 29, 1990
  • Opens with a promo for Ranma ½, including a teaser for the second season.
  • Dubbed in English by Weddington Productions.
  • Voices by Fairuza Balk, Jeff Bergman, Mel Blanc, Tom Cruise, Jim Jackman, Lisa Kudrow, Nathan Lane, Lea Thompson, Lee Van Cleef, and B.J. Ward.
Ranma ½ Vol. 3
From CBS Video Enterprises, Chuck Jones Enterprises, Four Star International, Buena Vista Television Distribution, and WHYY Philadelphia
CBS/Fox Video Japan/USA 1989 75 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color March 29, 1990
  • Opens with a promo for Ranma ½, including a teaser for the second season.
  • Dubbed in English by Weddington Productions.
  • Voices by Fairuza Balk, Jeff Bergman, Mel Blanc, Cam Clarke, Tom Cruise, June Foray, Jim Jackman, Lisa Kudrow, Nathan Lane, Lea Thompson, Lee Van Cleef, and B.J. Ward.
Ranma ½ Vol. 4
From CBS Video Enterprises, Chuck Jones Enterprises, Four Star International, Buena Vista Television Distribution, and WHYY Philadelphia
CBS/Fox Video Japan/USA 1989 75 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color March 29, 1990
  • Opens with a promo for Ranma ½, including a teaser for the second season.
  • Dubbed in English by Weddington Productions.
  • Voices by Fairuza Balk, Jeff Bergman, Mel Blanc, Cam Clarke, Tom Cruise, Jim Jackman, Lisa Kudrow, Nathan Lane, Katie Leigh, Tress MacNeille, Patti Parris, Lea Thompson, Lee Van Cleef, and B.J. Ward.
Ranma ½ Vol. 5
From CBS Video Enterprises, Chuck Jones Enterprises, Four Star International, Buena Vista Television Distribution, and WHYY Philadelphia
CBS/Fox Video Japan/USA 1989 75 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color March 29, 1990
  • Opens with a promo for Ranma ½, including a teaser for the second season.
  • Dubbed in English by Weddington Productions.
  • Voices by Fairuza Balk, Jeff Bergman, Mel Blanc (episode 13 only), Cheryl Chase, Cam Clarke, Tom Cruise, Jim Jackman, Lisa Kudrow, Nathan Lane, Katie Leigh, Tress MacNeille, Patti Parris, Lea Thompson, Lee Van Cleef, B.J. Ward, and Frank Welker.
Ranma ½ Vol. 6
From CBS Video Enterprises, Chuck Jones Enterprises, Four Star International, Buena Vista Television Distribution, and WHYY Philadelphia
CBS/Fox Video Japan/USA 1989 75 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color March 29, 1990
  • Opens with a promo for Ranma ½, including a teaser for the second season.
  • Dubbed in English by Weddington Productions.
  • Voices by Fairuza Balk, Jeff Bergman, Cheryl Chase, Cam Clarke, Tom Cruise, Jim Jackman, Lisa Kudrow, Nathan Lane, Katie Leigh, Tress MacNeille, Patti Parris, Lea Thompson, Lauren Tom, Lee Van Cleef, B.J. Ward, and Frank Welker.
Ranma ½ Vol. 7
From CBS Video Enterprises, Chuck Jones Enterprises, Four Star International, Buena Vista Television Distribution, and WHYY Philadelphia
CBS/Fox Video Japan/USA 1989 75 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color March 29, 1990
  • Opens with a promo for Ranma ½, including a teaser for the second season.
  • Dubbed in English by Weddington Productions.
  • Voices by Fairuza Balk, Jeff Bergman, Mel Blanc (archive footage only), Cheryl Chase (archive footage only), Cam Clarke, Tom Cruise, Jim Jackman, Lisa Kudrow, Nathan Lane, Katie Leigh, Tress MacNeille, Patti Parris (archive footage only), Lea Thompson, Lauren Tom, Lee Van Cleef, B.J. Ward, and Frank Welker (archive footage only).
  • The last episode on the tape is preceded by a message reading "This series is dedicated to the memory of Mel Blanc".
Ranma ½ Vol. 8
From CBS Video Enterprises, Chuck Jones Enterprises, New World Entertainment, Buena Vista Television Distribution, and WHYY Philadelphia
CBS/Fox Video Japan/USA 1989 75 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color March 21, 1991
  • Opens with a promo for Ranma ½, including a teaser for the fourth season.
  • Dubbed in English by Weddington Productions.
  • Voices by Fairuza Balk, Jeff Bergman, Cam Clarke, Tom Cruise, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Jim Jackman, Lisa Kudrow, Nathan Lane, Katie Leigh, Tress MacNeille, Kerrigan Mahan, Tony Pope, Cree Summer, Lea Thompson, Lauren Tom, and B.J. Ward.
  • The first episode on the tape is preceded by a message reading "Tonight's episode is dedicated to the memory of Lee Van Cleef".
Ranma ½ Vol. 9
From CBS Video Enterprises, Chuck Jones Enterprises, New World Entertainment, Buena Vista Television Distribution, and WHYY Philadelphia
CBS/Fox Video Japan/USA 1989 75 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color March 21, 1991
  • Opens with a promo for Ranma ½, including a teaser for the fourth season.
  • Dubbed in English by Weddington Productions.
  • Voices by Joe Alaskey, Fairuza Balk, Jeff Bergman, Cam Clarke, Tom Cruise, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Jim Jackman, Lisa Kudrow, Nathan Lane, Katie Leigh, Tress MacNeille, Kerrigan Mahan, Lea Thompson, Lauren Tom, and B.J. Ward.
Ranma ½ Vol. 10
From CBS Video Enterprises, Chuck Jones Enterprises, New World Entertainment, Buena Vista Television Distribution, and WHYY Philadelphia
CBS/Fox Video Japan/USA 1990 75 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color March 21, 1991
  • Opens with a promo for Ranma ½, including a teaser for the fourth season.
  • Dubbed in English by Weddington Productions.
  • Voices by Joe Alaskey, Fairuza Balk, Jeff Bergman, Cam Clarke, Tom Cruise, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Jim Jackman, Lisa Kudrow, Nathan Lane, Katie Leigh, Tress MacNeille, Kerrigan Mahan, Lea Thompson, Lauren Tom, and B.J. Ward.
Ranma ½ Vol. 11
From CBS Video Enterprises, Chuck Jones Enterprises, New World Entertainment, Buena Vista Television Distribution, and WHYY Philadelphia
CBS/Fox Video Japan/USA 1990 75 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color March 21, 1991
  • Opens with a promo for Ranma ½, including a teaser for the fourth season.
  • Dubbed in English by Weddington Productions.
  • Voices by Joe Alaskey, Fairuza Balk, Jeff Bergman, Cam Clarke, Tom Cruise, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Michael Gough, Jim Jackman, Lisa Kudrow, Nathan Lane, Katie Leigh, Tress MacNeille, Kerrigan Mahan, Lea Thompson, Lauren Tom, and B.J. Ward.
Ranma ½ Vol. 12
From CBS Video Enterprises, Chuck Jones Enterprises, New World Entertainment, Buena Vista Television Distribution, and WHYY Philadelphia
CBS/Fox Video Japan/USA 1990 75 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color March 21, 1991
  • Opens with a promo for Ranma ½, including a teaser for the fourth season.
  • Dubbed in English by Weddington Productions.
  • Voices by Joe Alaskey, Fairuza Balk, Jeff Bergman, Cam Clarke, Tom Cruise, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Michael Gough, Jim Jackman, Lisa Kudrow, Nathan Lane, Katie Leigh, Tress MacNeille, Kerrigan Mahan, Lea Thompson, Lauren Tom, and B.J. Ward.
Ranma ½ Vol. 13
From CBS Video Enterprises, Chuck Jones Enterprises, New World Entertainment, Buena Vista Television Distribution, and WHYY Philadelphia
CBS/Fox Video Japan/USA 1990 100 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color March 21, 1991
  • Opens with a promo for Ranma ½, including a teaser for the fourth season.
  • Dubbed in English by Weddington Productions.
  • Voices by Joe Alaskey, Fairuza Balk, Jeff Bergman, Cam Clarke, Tom Cruise, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Michael Gough, Jim Jackman, Lisa Kudrow, Nathan Lane, Katie Leigh, Tress MacNeille, Kerrigan Mahan, Patti Parris, Lea Thompson, Lauren Tom, and B.J. Ward.
Ranma ½ Vol. 14
From CBS Video Enterprises, Chuck Jones Enterprises, New World Entertainment, Buena Vista Television Distribution, and WHYY Philadelphia
FoxVideo Japan/USA 1990 75 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color March 19, 1992
  • Opens with a promo for Ranma ½, including a teaser for the sixth season, and a theatrical trailer for Ranma ½: Big Trouble in Nekonron, China.
  • Dubbed in English by Weddington Productions.
  • Voices by Joe Alaskey, Fairuza Balk, Jeff Bergman, Cam Clarke, Tom Cruise, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Michael Gough, Jim Jackman, Lisa Kudrow, Nathan Lane, Katie Leigh, Tress MacNeille, Kerrigan Mahan, Patti Parris, Cree Summer, Lea Thompson, Lauren Tom, and B.J. Ward.
Ranma ½ Vol. 15
From CBS Video Enterprises, Chuck Jones Enterprises, New World Entertainment, Buena Vista Television Distribution, and WHYY Philadelphia
FoxVideo Japan/USA 1990 75 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color March 19, 1992
  • Opens with a promo for Ranma ½, including a teaser for the sixth season, and a theatrical trailer for Ranma ½: Big Trouble in Nekonron, China.
  • Dubbed in English by Weddington Productions.
  • Voices by Joe Alaskey, Fairuza Balk, Jeff Bergman, Cam Clarke, Tom Cruise, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Michael Gough, Jim Jackman, Lisa Kudrow, Nathan Lane, Katie Leigh, Tress MacNeille, Kerrigan Mahan, Patti Parris, Bradley Pierce (credited as "Bradley Michael Pierce"), Cree Summer, Lea Thompson, Lauren Tom, and B.J. Ward.
Ranma ½ Vol. 16
From CBS Video Enterprises, Chuck Jones Enterprises, New World Entertainment, Buena Vista Television Distribution, and WHYY Philadelphia
FoxVideo Japan/USA 1990 75 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color March 19, 1992
  • Opens with a promo for Ranma ½, including a teaser for the sixth season, and a theatrical trailer for Ranma ½: Big Trouble in Nekonron, China.
  • Dubbed in English by Weddington Productions.
  • Voices by Joe Alaskey, Fairuza Balk, Jeff Bergman, Cam Clarke, Tom Cruise, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Michael Gough, Jim Jackman, Lisa Kudrow, Nathan Lane, Katie Leigh, Tress MacNeille, Kerrigan Mahan, Patti Parris, Cree Summer, Lea Thompson, Lauren Tom, Les Tremayne, and B.J. Ward.
Ranma ½ Vol. 17
From CBS Video Enterprises, Chuck Jones Enterprises, New World Entertainment, Buena Vista Television Distribution, and WHYY Philadelphia
FoxVideo Japan/USA 1990 75 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color March 19, 1992
  • Opens with a promo for Ranma ½, including a teaser for the sixth season, and a theatrical trailer for Ranma ½: Big Trouble in Nekonron, China.
  • Dubbed in English by Weddington Productions.
  • Voices by Joe Alaskey, Fairuza Balk, Jeff Bergman, Cam Clarke, Tom Cruise, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Michael Gough, Jim Jackman, Lisa Kudrow, Nathan Lane, Katie Leigh, Tress MacNeille, Kerrigan Mahan, Patti Parris, Cree Summer, Lea Thompson, Lauren Tom, and B.J. Ward.
Ranma ½ Vol. 18
From CBS Video Enterprises, Chuck Jones Enterprises, New World Entertainment, Buena Vista Television Distribution, and WHYY Philadelphia
FoxVideo Japan/USA 1990 75 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color March 19, 1992
  • Opens with a promo for Ranma ½, including a teaser for the sixth season, and a theatrical trailer for Ranma ½: Big Trouble in Nekonron, China.
  • Dubbed in English by Weddington Productions.
  • Voices by Joe Alaskey, Fairuza Balk, Jeff Bergman, Cam Clarke, Tom Cruise, Michael J. Fox, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Michael Gough, Jim Jackman, Lisa Kudrow, Nathan Lane, Katie Leigh, Tress MacNeille, Kerrigan Mahan, Patti Parris, Cree Summer, Lea Thompson, Lauren Tom, and B.J. Ward.
Ranma ½ Vol. 19
From CBS Video Enterprises, Chuck Jones Enterprises, New World Entertainment, Buena Vista Television Distribution, and WHYY Philadelphia
FoxVideo Japan/USA 1990 75 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color March 19, 1992
  • Opens with a promo for Ranma ½, including a teaser for the sixth season, and a theatrical trailer for Ranma ½: Big Trouble in Nekonron, China.
  • Dubbed in English by Weddington Productions.
  • Voices by Joe Alaskey, Fairuza Balk, Jeff Bergman, Cam Clarke, Tom Cruise, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Michael Gough, Kelly Hu, Jim Jackman, Lisa Kudrow, Nathan Lane, Katie Leigh, Tress MacNeille, Kerrigan Mahan, Patti Parris, Cree Summer, Lea Thompson, Lauren Tom, and B.J. Ward.
Ranma ½ Vol. 20
From CBS Video Enterprises, Chuck Jones Enterprises, New World Entertainment, Buena Vista Television Distribution, and WHYY Philadelphia
FoxVideo Japan/USA 1990 75 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color March 19, 1992
  • Opens with a promo for Ranma ½, including a teaser for the sixth season, and a theatrical trailer for Ranma ½: Big Trouble in Nekonron, China.
  • Dubbed in English by Weddington Productions.
  • Voices by Joe Alaskey, Fairuza Balk, Jeff Bergman, Cam Clarke, Tom Cruise, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Michael Gough, Jim Jackman, Lisa Kudrow, Nathan Lane, Katie Leigh, Tress MacNeille, Kerrigan Mahan, Patti Parris, Cree Summer, Lea Thompson, Lauren Tom, and B.J. Ward.
Ranma ½ Vol. 21
From CBS Video Enterprises, Chuck Jones Enterprises, New World Entertainment, Buena Vista Television Distribution, and WHYY Philadelphia
FoxVideo Japan/USA 1990 75 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color March 19, 1992
  • Opens with a promo for Ranma ½, including a teaser for the sixth season, and a theatrical trailer for Ranma ½: Big Trouble in Nekonron, China.
  • Dubbed in English by Weddington Productions.
  • Voices by Joe Alaskey, Fairuza Balk, Jeff Bergman, Cam Clarke, Tom Cruise, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Michael Gough, Jim Jackman, Lisa Kudrow, Nathan Lane, Katie Leigh, Tress MacNeille, Kerrigan Mahan, Patti Parris, Cree Summer, Lea Thompson, Lauren Tom, and B.J. Ward.
Return of the Street Fighter
From Viacom International and New Line Cinema
Key Video Japan 1974 88 min Censored English-dubbed version R Actionscope 1 N/A Color June 11, 1987
  • Part of Key Video's Spotlight on Sonny Chiba.
  • Unlike on earlier releases, the New Line Cinema logo is retained. The 1976 Viacom Enterprises "V" logo also appears at the end.
Silver Surfer: The Origin of the Silver Surfer Fox Kids Video USA 1998 64 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color December 22, 1998

TBD

Spartan X
From Golden Harvest
Key Video Hong Kong/UK 1984 109 min Japanese theatrical version PG-13 Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color October 23, 1985
  • Letterboxed.
  • Dubbed in English by General Screen Enterprises.
Spartan X
From Golden Harvest
CBS/Fox Video Hong Kong/UK 1984 109 min Japanese theatrical version PG-13 Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color February 24, 1993
  • Letterboxed.
  • Dubbed in English by General Screen Enterprises.
The Street Fighter
From Viacom International and New Line Cinema
Key Video Japan 1974 91 min Standard version X Actionscope 1 N/A Color June 11, 1987
  • Part of Key Video's Spotlight on Sonny Chiba.
  • The 1976 Viacom Enterprises "V" logo appears at the end.
The Star Wars Holiday Special
From 20th Century-Fox Television
Magnetic Video Corporation USA 1978 98 min Standard version PG NTSC-M 1 N/A Color September 1979
  • 1976 20th Century-Fox logo with "A Lucasfilm Limited Production" closing precedes the feature, and the 20th Century-Fox Television logo is retained.
  • Closes with a trailer for The Empire Strikes Back.

Anchor Bay Entertainment[edit]

Title Label Country of origin Original year Length Version MPAA rating Film format Tape count Tape break placement (if applicable) Color Released Note(s)
Charade
From Universal Pictures
Media Home Entertainment USA 1963 114 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color 1979 TBD
Sister Street Fighter
From New Line Cinema
Video Treasures Japan 1974 81 min Censored English-language version R Actionscope 1 N/A Color August 15, 1990 TBD
Street Fighter's Last Revenge
From New Line Cinema
Media Home Entertainment Japan 1974 79 min Re-edited English-language version R Actionscope 1 N/A Color October 1984 TBD
Thomas the Tank Engine & Friends: Percy Takes the Plunge and Other Stories
From Britt Allcroft Productions
Strand/VCI Entertainment UK 1991 35 min Standard version NR 16mm 1 N/A Color January 23, 1991
  • Narrated by Ringo Starr.
  • Contains the stories "Percy Takes the Plunge", "Percy's Ghostly Trick", "Woolly Bear", "Saved from Scrap", "A New Friend for Thomas", "Thomas' Christmas Party", and "Thomas and the Missing Christmas Tree".

Artisan Entertainment[edit]

Title Label Country of origin Original year Length Version MPAA rating Film format Tape count Tape break placement (if applicable) Color Released Note(s)
The Black Hole
From the Walt Disney Company
Avid Home Entertainment USA 1979 95 min Standard version PG Technovision 1 N/A Color October 19, 1994
  • Duplicated in EP/SLP mode.
Blue Steel
From Vestron Pictures
Avid Home Entertaimment USA 1990 102 min Standard version R ??? 1 N/A Color 1993
  • Duplicated in EP/SLP mode.
Career Opportunities
From Carolco Pictures
Carolco Home Video USA 1991 83 min Standard version PG-13 Panavision 1 N/A Color October 2, 1991
  • Opens with trailers for Terminator 2: Judgment Day, The Field, and The Object of Beauty.
Castle in the Sky
From Tokuma Shoten
Live Home Video USA/Japan 1986 124 min English-dubbed version PG Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color July 18, 1991
  • Opens with trailers for Queens Logic, The Doors, and Terminator 2: Judgment Day, and an anti-drug PSA.
  • Letterboxed.
  • Dubbed in English by Magnum Video Tape and Dubbing.
  • Voices by Lara Cody (Sheeta and Okami), Daniel Foster (additional voices), Eddie Frierson (Henri), Barbara Goodson (Pazu and Madge), Dave Mallow (Louis), Edward Mannix (Uncle Pom), Mike Reynolds (General), Barry Stigler (Charles), Rachel Van Owen (Dola), Clifton Wells (Mr. Duffi and Motro), and Jeff Winkless (Muska).
Cliffhanger
From Carolco Pictures
Carolco Home Video USA 1993 ?? min Standard version R Panavision 1 N/A Color November 17, 1993
  • Opens with trailers for House of Cards, Frauds, and The Plague.
Conan the Barbarian
From De Laurentiis Entertainment Group
Live Entertainment USA/Mexico 1982 130 min International version R Todd-AO 35 1 N/A Color January 23, 1996
  • Opens with trailers for Without Mercy, Hourglass, and Saints and Sinners.
Cosmo Police Justy
From Studio Pierrot
International Video Entertainment Japan 1985 44 min English-subtitled version NR Academy 1 N/A Color April 12, 1990
  • Opens with trailers for Total Recall, The Fabulous Baker Boys, and Drugstore Cowboy.
Creamy Mami: Curtain Call
From Studio Pierrot
Family Home Entertainment Japan 1986 45 min English-subtitled version NR Academy 1 N/A Color August 15, 1991
  • Opens with a promo for The Classic Tales Collection.
Creamy Mami: Lovely Serenade
From Studio Pierrot
Family Home Entertainment Japan 1985 92 min English-subtitled version NR Academy 1 N/A Color June 13, 1991
  • Opens with a promo for the Michael Sporn collection.
Creamy Mami: Once More Forever
From Studio Pierrot
Family Home Entertainment Japan 1984 30 min English-subtitled version NR Academy 1 N/A Color May 9, 1991
  • Opens with a promo for the Michael Sporn collection.
Creamy Mami: The Long Goodbye
From Studio Pierrot
Family Home Entertainment Japan 1985 55 min English-subtitled version NR Academy 1 N/A Color July 18, 1991
  • Opens with a promo for The Classic Tales Collection.
Creamy Mami: The Magic Angel Vol. 1
From Studio Pierrot
Family Home Entertainment Japan 1983 108 min English-subtitled version NR Academy 1 N/A Color April 12, 1990
  • Opens with a promo for The Velveteen Rabbit and the Chuck Jones adaptations of The Jungle Book.
Creamy Mami: The Magic Angel Vol. 2
From Studio Pierrot
Family Home Entertainment Japan 1983 108 min English-subtitled version NR Academy 1 N/A Color May 10, 1990
  • Opens with a promo for The Velveteen Rabbit and the Chuck Jones adaptations of The Jungle Book.
Creamy Mami: The Magic Angel Vol. 3
From Studio Pierrot
Family Home Entertainment Japan 1983 108 min English-subtitled version NR Academy 1 N/A Color June 21, 1990
  • Opens with a promo for The Velveteen Rabbit and the Chuck Jones adaptations of The Jungle Book.
Creamy Mami: The Magic Angel Vol. 4
From Studio Pierrot
Family Home Entertainment Japan 1983 108 min English-subtitled version NR Academy 1 N/A Color July 12, 1990
  • Opens with a promo for The Velveteen Rabbit and the Chuck Jones adaptations of The Jungle Book.
Creamy Mami: The Magic Angel Vol. 5
From Studio Pierrot
Family Home Entertainment Japan 1983 108 min English-subtitled version NR Academy 1 N/A Color August 16, 1990
  • Opens with a promo for the Christmas Classics series.
Creamy Mami: The Magic Angel Vol. 6
From Studio Pierrot
Family Home Entertainment Japan 1983 108 min English-subtitled version NR Academy 1 N/A Color September 13, 1990
  • Opens with a promo for the Christmas Classics series.
Creamy Mami: The Magic Angel Vol. 7
From Studio Pierrot
Family Home Entertainment Japan 1984 108 min English-subtitled version NR Academy 1 N/A Color October 4, 1990
  • Opens with a promo for the Christmas Classics series.
Creamy Mami: The Magic Angel Vol. 8
From Studio Pierrot
Family Home Entertainment Japan 1984 108 min English-subtitled version NR Academy 1 N/A Color November 1, 1990
  • Opens with a promo for the Christmas Classics series.
Creamy Mami: The Magic Angel Vol. 9
From Studio Pierrot
Family Home Entertainment Japan 1984 108 min English-subtitled version NR Academy 1 N/A Color December 20, 1990
  • Opens with a promo for the Christmas Classics series.
Creamy Mami: The Magic Angel Vol. 10
From Studio Pierrot
Family Home Entertainment Japan 1984 108 min English-subtitled version NR Academy 1 N/A Color January 10, 1991
  • Opens with a promo for The Classic Tales Collection.
Creamy Mami: The Magic Angel Vol. 11
From Studio Pierrot
Family Home Entertainment Japan 1984 108 min English-subtitled version NR Academy 1 N/A Color February 7, 1991
  • Opens with a promo for The Classic Tales Collection.
Creamy Mami: The Magic Angel Vol. 12
From Studio Pierrot
Family Home Entertainment Japan 1984 108 min English-subtitled version NR Academy 1 N/A Color March 7, 1991
  • Opens with a promo for The Classic Tales Collection.
Creamy Mami: The Magic Angel Vol. 13
From Studio Pierrot
Family Home Entertainment Japan 1984 108 min English-subtitled version NR Academy 1 N/A Color April 11, 1991
  • Opens with a promo for The Classic Tales Collection.
Crimes of the Heart
From De Laurentiis Entertainment Group
Live Entertainment USA 1986 105 min Standard version PG-13 Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color February 20, 1996
  • Opens with trailers for Cutthroat Island, Without Mercy, and Saints and Sinners.
Delta Force Commando
From Realta Cinematografica
Carolco Home Video Italy 1987 98 min Standard version R Matted 1.66 1 N/A Color June 27, 1991
  • Opens with trailers for L.A. Story, Queens Logic, and Terminator 2: Judgment Day, and an anti-drug PSA.
The Devil and Max Devlin
From the Walt Disney Company
Avid Home Entertainment USA 1981 96 min Standard version PG Matted 1.75 1 N/A Color July 27, 1992
  • Duplicated in EP/SLP mode.
Eddie and the Cruisers
From De Laurentiis Entertainment Group
Avid Home Entertainment USA 1983 95 min Standard version PG Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color May 21, 1996
  • Duplicated in EP/SLP mode.
Field of Dreams
From Carolco Pictures
International Video Entertainment USA 1989 111 min Standard version PG Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color March 15, 1990
  • Opens with trailers for Johnny Handsome and The Fabulous Baker Boys, and an anti-drug PSA.
Field of Dreams
From Carolco Pictures
Avid Home Entertainment USA 1989 111 min Standard version PG Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color February 10, 1993
  • Duplicated in EP/SLP mode.
Field of Dreams
From Carolco Pictures
Family Home Entertainment USA 1989 111 min Standard version PG Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color October 19, 1994
  • Opens with the October 1994 Family Home Entertainment Theatre promo.
Fists of the White Lotus
From World Northal Corporation
Carolco Home Video Hong Kong 1980 98 min Standard version PG-13 Shawscope 1 N/A Color July 26, 1990
  • Opens with trailers for Total Recall and Watchers II, and an anti-drug PSA.
Hi-Speed Jecy Vol. 1
From Studio Pierrot
International Video Entertainment Japan 1989 60 min English-subtitled version NR Academy 1 N/A Color April 12, 1990
  • Opens with trailers for Total Recall, The Fabulous Baker Boys, and Drugstore Cowboy.
Hi-Speed Jecy Vol. 2
From Studio Pierrot
International Video Entertainment Japan 1989 60 min English-subtitled version NR Academy 1 N/A Color May 10, 1990
  • Opens with trailers for Total Recall, Music Box, and The Fabulous Baker Boys.
Hi-Speed Jecy Vol. 3
From Studio Pierrot
International Video Entertainment Japan 1989 60 min English-subtitled version NR Academy 1 N/A Color June 21, 1990
  • Opens with trailers for Mountains of the Moon, Air America, and Total Recall.
Hi-Speed Jecy Vol. 4
From Studio Pierrot
International Video Entertainment Japan 1990 60 min English-subtitled version NR Academy 1 N/A Color July 12, 1990
  • Opens with trailers for Total Recall, Watchers II, and Sweetie.
Hi-Speed Jecy Vol. 5
From Studio Pierrot
International Video Entertainment Japan 1990 60 min English-subtitled version NR Academy 1 N/A Color August 16, 1990
  • Opens with trailers for Martians Go Home! and Total Recall.
Hi-Speed Jecy Vol. 6
From Studio Pierrot
International Video Entertainment Japan 1990 60 min English-subtitled version NR Academy 1 N/A Color September 13, 1990
  • Opens with trailers for Total Recall and Short Time.
The Howling
From De Laurentiis Entertainment Group
Avid Home Entertainment USA 1981 91 min Standard version R Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color August 20, 1996
  • Duplicated in EP/SLP mode.
Howling II
From Epic Productions
Avid Home Entertainment USA 1985 87 min Standard version R Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color August 20, 1996
  • Duplicated in EP/SLP mode.
Howling III: The Marsupials
From All American Television
Avid Home Entertainment USA 1987 94 min Standard version PG-13 Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color August 20, 1996
  • Duplicated in EP/SLP mode.
Iron Eagle III: Aces
From Seven Arts Pictures
Carolco Home Video USA 1992 98 min Standard version R Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color October 14, 1992
  • Opens with an anti-drug PSA, and trailers for Universal Soldier, Reservoir Dogs, and Terminator 2: Judgment Day.
Kiki's Delivery Service
From Tokuma Shoten
Live Home Video USA/Japan 1989 103 min English-dubbed version G Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color December 20, 1990
  • Opens with trailers for Repossessed and Terminator 2: Judgment Day, and a promo for Family Home Entertainment's Christmas Classics.
  • Letterboxed.
  • Dubbed in English by Streamline Pictures.
  • Voices by Lara Cody (Ket, Maki, and additional voices), John Dantona (Okino), Eddie Frierson (Tombo), Barbara Goodson (Kokiri and additional voices), Alexandra Kenworth (Osono), Steve Kramer (additional voices), Wendee Lee (Senior Witch and additional voices), Carl Macek (additional voices), Melanie MacQueen (Madame and additional voices), Kerrigan Mahan (Jiji), Dave Mallow (additional voices), Diane Michelle (Miss Dora and additional voices), Lisa Michelson (Kiki), Edie Mirman (Ursula and Barsa), Mike Reynolds (additional voices), Gregory Snegoff (Fukuo), and Doug Stone (additional voices).
King Kong
From De Laurentiis Entertainment Group
Live Entertainment USA/Italy 1976 134 min Standard version PG Panavision 1 N/A Color July 23, 1996
  • Opens with trailers for The Substitute and The Arrival.
King Kong Lives
From De Laurentiis Entertainment Group
Live Entertainment USA 1986 105 min Standard version PG-13 J-D-C Scope 1 N/A Color July 23, 1996
  • Opens with trailers for The Substitute and The Arrival.
The Last of the Mohicans
From Broadway Video
Live Home Video USA 1936 91 min Colorized version G Academy 1 N/A Color November 25, 1992 TBD
The Last of the Mohicans
From Broadway Video
Live Home Video USA 1936 91 min Standard version G Academy 1 N/A Black and white November 25, 1992 TBD
Little Monsters
From Vestron Pictures
Avid Home Entertaimment USA 1989 101 min Standard version PG ??? 1 N/A Color 1993
  • Duplicated in EP/SLP mode.
Manhunter
From De Laurentiis Entertainment Group
Live Entertainment USA 1986 120 min Standard version R Super 35 1 N/A Color August 20, 1996
  • Opens with trailers for The Substitute and The Arrival, and a promo for the Cutthroat Island Treasure Collection.
Maximum Overdrive
From De Laurentiis Entertainment Group
Live Entertainment USA 1986 98 min Standard version R J-D-C Scope 1 N/A Color May 21, 1996
  • Opens with trailers for The Substitute and One Man's Justice.
Metalstorm: The Destruction of Jared-Syn
From INI Entertainment
Avid Home Entertainment USA 1983 84 min 2D version PG StereoVision 1 N/A Color 1993
  • Duplicated in EP/SLP mode.
Metalstorm: The Destruction of Jared-Syn 3D
From INI Entertainment
Avid Home Entertainment USA 1983 84 min 3D version PG StereoVision 1 N/A Color 1993
  • Duplicated in EP/SLP mode.
Midnight Madness
From the Walt Disney Company
Avid Home Entertainment USA 1980 112 min Standard version PG Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color January 21, 1991
  • Duplicated in EP/SLP mode.
The North Avenue Irregulars
From the Walt Disney Company
Avid Home Entertainment USA 1979 100 min Standard version G Matted 1.75 1 N/A Color May 25, 1992
  • Duplicated in EP/SLP mode.
One of Our Dinosaurs Is Missing
From the Walt Disney Company
Avid Home Entertainment UK/USA 1975 100 min Standard version G Matted 1.75 1 N/A Color May 19, 1993
  • Duplicated in EP/SLP mode.
Opportunity Knocks
From Carolco Pictures
Carolco Home Video USA 1990 103 min Standard version PG-13 Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color September 13, 1990
  • Opens with trailers for Total Recall and Short Time.
Parasite
From De Laurentiis Entertainment Group
Avid Home Entertainment USA 1982 85 min 2D version R StereoVision 1 N/A Color October 22, 1996
  • Duplicated in EP/SLP mode.
Parasite 3D
From De Laurentiis Entertainment Group
Avid Home Entertainment USA 1982 85 min 3D version R StereoVision 1 N/A Color October 22, 1996
  • Duplicated in EP/SLP mode.
Prince of Darkness
From Carolco Pictures
International Video Entertainment USA 1987 102 min Standard version R Panavision 1 N/A Color July 14, 1988
  • Opens with a promo for Angel Heart, Extreme Prejudice, Maid to Order, Trading Hearts, and Pass the Ammo.
Prince of Darkness
From Carolco Pictures
Live Home Video USA 1987 102 min Standard version R Panavision 1 N/A Color August 12, 1992 TBD
Raw Deal
From De Laurentiis Entertainment Group
Live Entertainment USA 1986 101 min Standard version R J-D-C Scope 1 N/A Color April 16, 1996
  • Opens with a trailer for One Man's Justice and a promo for Live's Box Office Hits.
Shaolin Challenges Ninja
From World Northal Corporation
Carolco Home Video Hong Kong 1978 100 min Standard version R Shawscope 1 N/A Color July 18, 1991
  • Opens with trailers for Queens Logic, The Doors, and Terminator 2: Judgment Day, and an anti-drug PSA.
Shaolin Executioner
From World Northal Corporation
Carolco Home Video Hong Kong 1977 98 min Standard version R Shawscope 1 N/A Color July 26, 1990
  • Opens with trailers for Total Recall and Watchers II, and an anti-drug PSA.
Shocker
From Carolco Pictures
International Video Entertainment USA 1989 109 min Standard version R Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color March 29, 1990
  • Opens with a trailer for Johnny Handsome, and an anti-drug PSA.
The Shootist
From De Laurentiis Entertainment Group
Live Entertainment USA 1976 100 min Standard version PG Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color June 25, 1996
  • Opens with trailers for The Substitute, The Arrival, and The Dogfighters.
A Slice of Death
From World Northal Corporation
Carolco Home Video Hong Kong 1979 84 min Standard version R Shawscope 1 N/A Color July 26, 1990
  • Opens with trailers for Total Recall and Watchers II, and an anti-drug PSA.
Super Ninjas
From World Northal Corporation
Carolco Home Video Hong Kong 1982 108 min Standard version R Shawscope 1 N/A Color February 21, 1991
  • Opens with trailers for Narrow Margin, King of New York, Jacob's Ladder, and The Doors.
Tai-Pan
From De Laurentiis Entertainment Group
Live Entertainment USA 1986 127 min Standard version R J-D-C Scope 1 N/A Color February 20, 1996
  • Opens with trailers for Cutthroat Island and Saints and Sinners.
Ten Tigers of Kwangtung
From World Northal Corporation
Carolco Home Video Hong Kong 1980 91 min Standard version R Shawscope 1 N/A Color June 27, 1991
  • Opens with trailers for L.A. Story, Queens Logic, and Terminator 2: Judgment Day, and an anti-drug PSA.
Tex
From the Walt Disney Company
Avid Home Entertainment USA 1982 103 min Standard version PG Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color April 1, 1991
  • Duplicated in EP/SLP mode.
They Live
From Carolco Pictures
International Video Entertainment USA 1988 94 min Standard version R Panavision 1 N/A Color April 20, 1989
  • Opens with trailers for Fright Night Part II, The Iron Triangle, Food of the Gods 2, and DeepStar Six.
They Live
From Carolco Pictures
International Video Entertainment USA 1988 94 min Standard version R Panavision 1 N/A Color August 16, 1990
  • Reuses the April 1989 print master.
Three Days of the Condor
From De Laurentiis Entertainment Group
Live Entertainment USA 1975 118 min Standard version R Panavision 1 N/A Color August 19, 1997
  • Opens with trailers for Dead Tides, Last Summer in the Hamptons, Operation Delta Force, and Asteroid.
Trenchcoat
From the Walt Disney Company
Avid Home Entertainment USA 1983 91 min Standard version PG Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color August 22, 1995
  • Duplicated in EP/SLP mode.
The Wizard
From Carolco Pictures
Family Home Entertainment USA 1989 100 min Standard version PG Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color June 21, 1990
  • Opens with trailers for Total Recall and Lobster Man from Mars.

Best Film & Video Corporation[edit]

Title Label(s) Country of origin Original year Length Version MPAA rating Film format Tape count Tape break placement (if applicable) Color Released Note(s)
Fantastic Four: The Origin
From New World Entertainment
Best Film & Video Corp. USA 1994 44 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color June 11, 1996
Iron Man: The Origin of Iron Man
From New World Entertainment
Best Film & Video Corp. USA 1994 44 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color June 11, 1996

Buena Vista Home Entertainment[edit]

Some releases were of public domain material; these were branded as Cinema Classics. The first two waves were issued under the Walt Disney Home Video label and were duplicated at BHCP Video in Northbrook, where Prism Entertainment's Silver Screen Edition line of public domain material was also being duplicated; starting with the third wave, new releases went out under the Buena Vista Home Video label and started using Disney's regular duplicator. The first four waves were packaged in the same black clamshells used on the Cartoon Classics Limited Gold Edition releases and early Classics tapes. All tapes in the Cinema Classics collection were available for a limited time only. In 1993, 32 of the best-selling titles in the collection were reissued for a limited time under the Walt Disney Home Video label; all 32 titles went back on moratorium the following spring.

Title Label Country of origin Original year Length Version MPAA rating Film format Tape count Tape break placement (if applicable) Color Released Note(s)
The 39 Steps
From the Rank Organization
Buena Vista Home Video UK 1935 86 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white September 28, 1989
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Preserves the BBFC A card at the start.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
Africa Screams
From Robert Haggiag
Walt Disney Home Video USA 1949 81 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white March 25, 1986
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Packaged in a black padded clamshell similar to Cartoon Classics Limited Gold Edition and The Classics releases.
  • Preserves the Nassour Studios logo at the start.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Bell & Howell/Columbia Pictures/Paramount Video Services in Northbrook.
  • Opens with trailers for The Journey of Natty Gann and The Sword in the Stone before the red-orange warning screens and Neon Mickey logo.
Africa Screams
From Robert Haggiag
Walt Disney Home Video USA 1949 81 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white September 1, 1993
  • Reissue as part of the Best of Cinema Classics.
Alice, Sweet Alice
From Warner Bros. Pictures
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1976 108 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color September 28, 1989
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
The Amazing Adventure
From Republic Pictures
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1937 62 min 1943 reissue version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white September 28, 1989
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
Angel and the Badman
From Republic Pictures
Walt Disney Home Video USA 1947 100 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white November 5, 1985
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Packaged in a black padded clamshell similar to Cartoon Classics Limited Gold Edition and The Classics releases.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Bell & Howell/Columbia Pictures/Paramount Video Services in Northbrook.
Angel and the Badman
From Republic Pictures
Walt Disney Home Video USA 1947 100 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white September 1, 1993
  • Reissue as part of the Best of Cinema Classics.
The Aristocats Walt Disney Home Video USA 1970 79 min Original theatrical version G TBD 1 N/A Color September 20, 1991
  • Opens with video trailers for Robin Hood, The Jungle Book and The Rescuers Down Under.
The Avenger
From Medallion Pictures
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1962 95 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white October 4, 1988
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
The Avengers: Vol. 1
From Thorn EMI Screen Entertainment
Walt Disney Home Video UK 1966 120 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white March 25, 1986
  • Part of the Television Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Contains the episodes "Quick-Quick Slow Death" and "Silent Dust".
  • Packaged in a black padded clamshell similar to Cartoon Classics Limited Gold Edition and The Classics releases.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Bell & Howell/Columbia Pictures/Paramount Video Services in Northbrook.
  • Opens with trailers for The Journey of Natty Gann and The Sword in the Stone before the red-orange warning screens and Neon Mickey logo and closes with the Walt Disney and You promo.
The Avengers: Vol. 2
From Thorn EMI Screen Entertainment
Walt Disney Home Video UK 1967 120 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color March 25, 1986
  • Part of the Television Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Contains the episodes "The Bird Who Knew Too Much" and "Escape in Time".
  • Packaged in a black padded clamshell similar to Cartoon Classics Limited Gold Edition and The Classics releases.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Bell & Howell/Columbia Pictures/Paramount Video Services in Northbrook.
  • Opens with trailers for The Journey of Natty Gann and The Sword in the Stone before the red-orange warning screens and Neon Mickey logo and closes with the Walt Disney and You promo.
The Avengers: Vol. 3
From Cannon Screen Entertainment
Buena Vista Home Video UK 1967 120 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color November 18, 1986
  • Part of the Television Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Contains the episodes "The Hidden Tiger" and "The Morning After".
  • Packaged in a black padded clamshell similar to Cartoon Classics Limited Gold Edition and The Classics releases.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
  • Opens with the dark red FBI warnings, then the trailers for the Classics release of Sleeping Beauty and Flight of the Navigator before the standard Video Dealer Announcement.
  • This tape is one of the first tapes to use the 1986-1995 Buena Vista Home Video logo.
Bedknobs and Broomsticks Walt Disney Home Video USA 1971 117 min Standard version G Matted 1.75 1 N/A Color September 18, 1992
  • Opens with video trailers for Beauty and the Beast, The Rescuers and The Great Mouse Detective. Closes with a video trailer for 101 Dalmatians.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Livonia.
The Bells of San Angelo
From Republic Pictures
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1947 78 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color March 16, 1990
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Livonia.
The Best of Bugs Bunny
From MGM/UA Entertainment
Walt Disney Home Video USA 1985 60 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color November 5, 1985
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Packaged in a black padded clamshell similar to Cartoon Classics Limited Gold Edition and The Classics releases.
  • Released to celebrate the alleged golden jubilee of rival Warner's Looney Tunes franchise.
  • Includes the short subjects "Falling Hare", "The Case of the Missing Hare", "A Corny Concerto", "All This and Rabbit Stew", "The Wabbit Who Came to Supper", "The Wacky Wabbit", and "Fresh Hare".
  • "Falling Hare" inexplicably uses the 1946 Looney Tunes closing music, while "A Corny Concerto" uses a Blue Ribbon print where an extended version of the titles from "A Day at the Zoo" plasters over the original opening Color Rings. Both are oddly enough preceded not by the AAP titles but by the 1968 United Artists Transamerica T with Doug Goodwin's fanfare. "The Case of the Missing Hare" uses a United Artists Associated print where the WB shield is plastered by the UA Hexagon. The other four cartoons are preceded by the AAP titles.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Bell & Howell/Columbia Pictures/Paramount Video Services in Northbrook.
The Best of Bugs Bunny
From Turner Entertainment
Walt Disney Home Video USA 1985 60 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color September 1, 1993
  • Reissue as part of the Best of Cinema Classics.
The Best of Daffy Duck
From Warner Bros. Pictures and MGM/UA Entertainment
Walt Disney Home Video USA 1985 60 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color November 5, 1985
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Packaged in a black padded clamshell similar to Cartoon Classics Limited Gold Edition and The Classics releases.
  • Released to celebrate the alleged golden jubilee of rival Warner's Looney Tunes franchise.
  • Includes the short subjects "Daffy Duck and the Dinosaur", "Yankee Doodle Daffy", "The Henpecked Duck", "Daffy's Southern Exposure", "Scrap Happy Daffy", "Daffy the Commando", and "The Daffy Duckaroo".
  • "The Henpecked Duck" and "The Daffy Duckaroo" use the opening WB shield and closing rings from "Deduce, You Say". "Daffy's Southern Exposure" uses a W7 print. "Scrap Happy Daffy" is presented in black and white.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Bell & Howell/Columbia Pictures/Paramount Video Services in Northbrook.
The Best of Daffy Duck
From Warner Bros. Pictures and Turner Entertainment
Walt Disney Home Video USA 1985 60 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color September 1, 1993
  • Reissue as part of the Best of Cinema Classics.
The Best of Popeye
From MGM/UA Entertainment
Walt Disney Home Video USA 1985 60 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color November 5, 1985
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Packaged in a black padded clamshell similar to Cartoon Classics Limited Gold Edition and The Classics releases.
  • Includes the short subjects "Bride and Gloom", "Assault and Flattery", "Greek Mirthology", "I Don't Scare", "Shuteye Popeye", "Patriotic Popeye", and "Private Eye Popeye".
  • Exclusively duplicated at Bell & Howell/Columbia Pictures/Paramount Video Services in Northbrook.
The Best of Popeye
From Turner Entertainment
Walt Disney Home Video USA 1985 60 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color September 1, 1993
  • Reissue as part of the Best of Cinema Classics.
The Best of Porky Pig
From Warner Bros. Pictures
Walt Disney Home Video USA 1985 60 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color November 5, 1985
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Packaged in a black padded clamshell similar to Cartoon Classics Limited Gold Edition and The Classics releases.
  • Released to celebrate the alleged golden jubilee of rival Warner's Looney Tunes franchise.
  • Includes the short subjects "Porky Pig's Feat", "Ali-Baba Bound", "Porky's Bear Facts", "Porky's Railroad", "Porky's Midnight Matinee", "Notes to You", and "The Timid Toreador".
  • "Porky Pig's Feat", "Ali-Baba Bound", "Porky's Bear Facts", and "Porky's Railroad" use the opening WB shield and closing rings from "Deduce, You Say". "Porky's Midnight Matinee" and "The Timid Toreador" use the opening rings from "Tom Turk and Daffy". "Notes to You" uses a Blue Ribbon print where an extended version of the titles from "A Day at the Zoo" plasters over the original opening Color Rings. Both "Notes to You" and "The Timid Toreador" are preceded by the AAP titles. "The Timid Toreador" completely replaces the Porky drum closing with the 1960 closing rings.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Bell & Howell/Columbia Pictures/Paramount Video Services in Northbrook.
The Best of Porky Pig
From Warner Bros. Pictures
Walt Disney Home Video USA 1985 60 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color September 1, 1993
  • Reissue as part of the Best of Cinema Classics.
The Bicycle Thief
From Produzioni De Sica
Buena Vista Home Video Italy 1948 89 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white March 16, 1990
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Livonia.
The Big Lift
From 20th Century Fox
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1950 120 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white September 28, 1989
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
The Big Trees
From Warner Bros. Pictures
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1952 90 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color April 18, 1989
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
  • One of the first titles with the 1989-2003 Buena Vista Home Video logo.
The Birth of a Nation
From Epoch Distributing
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1915 186 min Standard version NR Academy 2 At the end of the Civil War story Black and white October 4, 1988
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
  • Comes in a two-tape set.
Blackmail
From Weintraub Entertainment Group
Buena Vista Home Video UK 1929 86 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white October 4, 1988
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
Blue Steel
From Republic Pictures
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1934 55 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white November 18, 1986
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Packaged in a black padded clamshell similar to Cartoon Classics Limited Gold Edition and The Classics releases.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
  • Opens with the dark red FBI warnings, then the trailers for the Classics release of Sleeping Beauty and Flight of the Navigator before the standard Video Dealer Announcement.
  • This tape is one of the first tapes to use the 1986-1995 Buena Vista Home Video logo.
Borderline
From Universal Pictures
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1950 88 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white March 16, 1990
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Livonia.
A Bug's Life Walt Disney Home Entertainment USA 1998 95 min TBD G TBD 1 N/A Color May 27, 2003
  • Opens with a video trailer for The Lion King Special Edition, a theatrical trailer for Finding Nemo, and video trailers for Stitch! The Movie, Sleeping Beauty Special Edition, and George of the Jungle 2.
  • Includes the Geri's Game short.
  • Closes with a Finding Nemo Fishy Facts clip.
  • THX-certified, uses the Tex trailer. It appears after the format screen (the version from the bonus edition VHS of "The Others") and before the film starts.
Captain Apache
From the Peter Rodgers Organization
Buena Vista Home Video UK 1971 94 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color May 18, 1990
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Livonia.
Captain Kidd
From Weiss Global Enterprises
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1945 90 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white April 18, 1989
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
  • One of the first titles with the 1989-2003 Buena Vista Home Video logo.
Cartoon Cavalcade Vol. 1
From various distributors
Walt Disney Home Video USA 1985 60 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color November 5, 1985
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Packaged in a black padded clamshell similar to Cartoon Classics Limited Gold Edition and The Classics releases.
  • Includes the short subjects "A Day at the Zoo", "Jerky Turkey", "The Friendly Ghost", "There's Good Boos To-Night", "A Haunting We Will Go", "Cheese Burglar", and "Robin Hood Makes Good".
  • Exclusively duplicated at Bell & Howell/Columbia Pictures/Paramount Video Services in Northbrook.
Cartoon Cavalcade Vol. 2
From various distributors
Walt Disney Home Video USA 1985 60 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color November 5, 1985
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Packaged in a black padded clamshell similar to Cartoon Classics Limited Gold Edition and The Classics releases.
  • Includes the short subjects "Pantry Panic", "Mary's Little Lamb", "An Itch in Time", "Chick and Double Chick", "Foney Fables", "The Dog Show-Off", and "The Spirit of '43".
  • Exclusively duplicated at Bell & Howell/Columbia Pictures/Paramount Video Services in Northbrook.
Cartoon Cavalcade Vol. 3
From various distributors
Walt Disney Home Video USA 1985 60 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color November 5, 1985
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Packaged in a black padded clamshell similar to Cartoon Classics Limited Gold Edition and The Classics releases.
  • Includes the short subjects "Superman", "The Mechanical Monsters", "Volcano", "The Mad Doctor", "Have You Got Any Castles?", "Gabby Goes Fishing", and "Bored of Education".
  • "The Mad Doctor" is presented in black and white.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Bell & Howell/Columbia Pictures/Paramount Video Services in Northbrook.
Cartoon Cavalcade Vol. 4
From various distributors
Walt Disney Home Video USA 1985 60 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color November 5, 1985
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Packaged in a black padded clamshell similar to Cartoon Classics Limited Gold Edition and The Classics releases.
  • Includes the short subjects "Terror on the Midway", "All's Well", "Hamateur Night", "Prest-O Change-O", "King for a Day", "A Bout with Trout", and "The Dover Boys".
  • Exclusively duplicated at Bell & Howell/Columbia Pictures/Paramount Video Services in Northbrook.
Cartoon Cavalcade Vol. 5
From various distributors
Walt Disney Home Video USA 1985 60 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color March 25, 1986
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Packaged in a black padded clamshell similar to Cartoon Classics Limited Gold Edition and The Classics releases.
  • Includes the short subjects "Jungle Jitters", "The Mummy Strikes", "Lady, Play Your Mandolin!", "Minnie's Yoo Hoo", "A Tale of Two Kitties", "Electric Earthquake", and "Susie the Little Blue Coupe".
  • "Lady, Play Your Mandolin!" and "Minnie's Yoo Hoo" are presented in black and white.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Bell & Howell/Columbia Pictures/Paramount Video Services in Northbrook.
  • Opens with trailers for The Journey of Natty Gann and The Sword in the Stone before the red-orange warning screens and Neon Mickey logo.
Cartoon Cavalcade Vol. 6
From various distributors
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1985 60 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color November 18, 1986
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Packaged in a black padded clamshell similar to Cartoon Classics Limited Gold Edition and The Classics releases.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
  • Opens with the dark red FBI warnings, then the trailers for the Classics release of Sleeping Beauty and Flight of the Navigator before the standard Video Dealer Announcement.
  • This tape is one of the first tapes to use the 1986-1995 Buena Vista Home Video logo.
Cats & Company: Catmania!
From DiC Audiovisuel, McNaught Syndicate and LBS Communications
DiC Toon-Time Video USA 1985 TBD TBD NR Academy 1 N/A Color February 18, 1994 TBD
Charade
From Universal Pictures
Walt Disney Home Video USA 1963 114 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color March 25, 1986
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Packaged in a black padded clamshell similar to Cartoon Classics Limited Gold Edition and The Classics releases.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Bell & Howell/Columbia Pictures/Paramount Video Services in Northbrook.
  • Opens with trailers for The Journey of Natty Gann and The Sword in the Stone before the red-orange warning screens and Neon Mickey logo.
Cliff Hanger II: Cagliostro Castle
From Toho, Carolco Pictures, and Buena Vista Distribution
Walt Disney Home Video Japan 1979 90 min Edited English-subtitled version G Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color June 1986
  • Uses video-generated subtitles.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Bell & Howell/Columbia Pictures/Paramount Video Services in Mexicali.
  • No test pattern appears on this release.
Cliff Hanger II: Cagliostro Castle
From Toho, Carolco Pictures, and Buena Vista Distribution
Walt Disney Home Video Japan 1979 100 min Uncut English-subtitled version NR Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color June 1986
  • Uses video-generated subtitles.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Bell & Howell/Columbia Pictures/Paramount Video Services in Mexicali.
  • No test pattern appears on this release.
Cinderella 2: Dreams Come True Walt Disney Home Entertainment USA 2002 73 min TBD G TBD 1 N/A Color October 4, 2005 TBD
The Corpse Vanishes
From Prime TV Films
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1942 65 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white October 4, 1988
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
Creature from the Haunted Sea
From Concorde-New Horizons
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1961 75 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white March 16, 1990
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Livonia.
Crucible of Terror
From the Peter Rodgers Organization
Buena Vista Home Video UK 1971 92 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color April 14, 1987
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Packaged in a black padded clamshell similar to Cartoon Classics Limited Gold Edition and The Classics releases.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
  • This issue uses the dark red FBI warning screens & video dealer announcement.
Dancing Pirate
From United Artists Corporation
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1936 83 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color March 16, 1990
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Livonia.
Daniel Boone, Trail Blazer
From Republic Pictures
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1956 76 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color April 18, 1989
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
  • One of the first titles with the 1989-2003 Buena Vista Home Video logo.
The Day of the Triffids
From the Rank Organization
Buena Vista Home Video UK 1963 95 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color November 18, 1986
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Packaged in a black padded clamshell similar to Cartoon Classics Limited Gold Edition and The Classics releases.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
  • Opens with the dark red FBI warnings, then the trailers for the Classics release of Sleeping Beauty and Flight of the Navigator before the standard Video Dealer Announcement.
  • This tape is one of the first tapes to use the 1986-1995 Buena Vista Home Video logo.
Dementia 13
From American Zoetrope
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1963 82 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white November 18, 1986
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Packaged in a black padded clamshell similar to Cartoon Classics Limited Gold Edition and The Classics releases.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
  • Opens with the dark red FBI warnings, then the trailers for the Classics release of Sleeping Beauty and Flight of the Navigator before the standard Video Dealer Announcement.
  • This tape is one of the first tapes to use the 1986-1995 Buena Vista Home Video logo.
Dementia 13
From American Zoetrope
Walt Disney Home Video USA 1963 82 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white September 1, 1993
  • Reissue as part of the Best of Cinema Classics.
Diabolique
From TF1
Buena Vista Home Video France 1955 107 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white April 18, 1989
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
  • One of the first titles with the 1989-2003 Buena Vista Home Video logo.
Dick Tracy
From RKO Pictures
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1945 61 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white May 18, 1990
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Livonia.
Dick Tracy vs. Cueball
From RKO Pictures
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1946 62 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white May 18, 1990
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Livonia.
Dick Tracy's Dilemma
From RKO Pictures
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1947 60 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white May 18, 1990
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Livonia.
Dick Tracy Meets Gruesome
From RKO Pictures
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1947 65 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white May 18, 1990
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Livonia.
Disney's Princess Collection - Ariel's Songs & Stories: Ariel's Gift Walt Disney Home Video USA 1992 44 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color April 7, 1995
  • Contains the episodes "Red" and "Trident True".
Disney's Princess Collection - Ariel's Songs & Stories: Double Bubble Walt Disney Home Video USA 1992 44 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color April 7, 1995
  • Also includes the episode "Message in a Bottle".
Disney's Princess Collection - Ariel's Songs & Stories: In Harmony Walt Disney Home Video USA 1992 44 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color April 7, 1995
  • Contains the episodes "The Evil Manta" and "Charmed".
Disney's Princess Collection - Ariel's Songs & Stories: Stormy, the Wild Seahorse Walt Disney Home Video USA 1992 44 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color April 7, 1995
  • Contains the episodes "Stormy" and "The Great Sebastian".
Disney's Princess Collection - Ariel's Songs & Stories: Whale of a Tale Walt Disney Home Video USA 1992 44 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color April 7, 1995
  • Also includes the episode "Urchin".
Disney's Sing-Along Songs: Disneyland Fun Walt Disney Home Video USA 1990 29 min TBD NR Academy 1 N/A Color June 19, 1992
  • Closes with the 1992 Sing-Along Songs promo.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Livonia.
Disney's Sing-Along Songs: Fun with Music Walt Disney Home Video USA 1989 28 min TBD NR Academy 1 N/A Color June 19, 1992
  • Closes with the 1992 Sing-Along Songs promo.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Livonia.
Disney's Sing-Along Songs: Heigh-Ho Walt Disney Home Video USA 1987 26 min TBD NR Academy 1 N/A Color June 19, 1992
  • Closes with the 1992 Sing-Along Songs promo.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Livonia.
Disney's Sing-Along Songs: Let's Go to Euro Disneyland
From Buena Vista Home Video and Gregory Sills Productions
Walt Disney Home Video France 1993 30 min English-dubbed version NR SECAM-L 1 N/A Color February 18, 1994
  • Opens with a promo for Winnie the Pooh Playtime. Closes with the 1993 Sing-Along Songs promo and 1994 Winnie the Pooh Storybook Classics promo.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Allied Film & Video in Elk Grove Village.
Disney's Sing-Along Songs: The Bare Necessities Walt Disney Home Video USA 1987 27 min TBD NR Academy 1 N/A Color June 19, 1992
  • Closes with the 1992 Sing-Along Songs promo.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Livonia.
Disney's Sing-Along Songs: Under the Sea Walt Disney Home Video USA 1990 28 min TBD NR Academy 1 N/A Color June 19, 1992
  • Closes with the 1992 Sing-Along Songs promo.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Livonia.
Disney's Sing-Along Songs: You Can Fly Walt Disney Home Video USA 1988 28 min TBD NR Academy 1 N/A Color June 19, 1992
  • Closes with the 1992 Sing-Along Songs promo.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Livonia.
Disney's Sing-Along Songs: Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah Walt Disney Home Video USA 1986 26 min TBD NR Academy 1 N/A Color June 19, 1992
  • Closes with the 1992 Sing-Along Songs promo.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Livonia.
The Divorce of Lady X
From the Rank Organization
Buena Vista Home Video UK 1938 92 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color September 28, 1989
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
D.O.A.
From Republic Pictures
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1950 85 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white April 15, 1988
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
The Duke Is Tops
From Million Dollar Productions
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1938 73 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white April 14, 1987
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Packaged in a black padded clamshell similar to Cartoon Classics Limited Gold Edition and The Classics releases.
  • Preserves the Million Dollar logo at the start.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
  • This issue uses the dark red FBI warning screens & video dealer announcement.
Father's Little Dividend
From Turner Entertainment
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1951 82 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white May 18, 1990
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Preserves the MGM logo at the start.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Livonia.
Flying Deuces
From RKO Pictures
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1939 69 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white September 28, 1989
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Preserves the RKO logo at the start.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
Flying Deuces
From RKO Pictures
Walt Disney Home Video USA 1939 69 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white September 1, 1993
  • Reissue as part of the Best of Cinema Classics.
Ghidrah, the Three-Headed Monster
From CST Entertainment
Buena Vista Home Video Japan/USA 1964 93 min American version NR Tohoscope 1 N/A Color November 18, 1986
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Packaged in a black padded clamshell similar to Cartoon Classics Limited Gold Edition and The Classics releases.
  • Dubbed in English by Bellucci Productions.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
  • Opens with the dark red FBI warnings, then the trailers for the Classics release of Sleeping Beauty and Flight of the Navigator before the standard Video Dealer Announcement.
  • This tape is one of the first tapes to use the 1986-1995 Buena Vista Home Video logo.
The Giant Gila Monster
From McLendon-Radio Picutres
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1959 75 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white April 18, 1989
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
  • One of the first titles with the 1989-2003 Buena Vista Home Video logo.
Go for Broke!
From Turner Entertainment
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1951 92 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white April 18, 1989
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Preserves the MGM logo at the start.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
  • One of the first titles with the 1989-2003 Buena Vista Home Video logo.
God's Little Acre
From MGM/UA Communications
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1958 119 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white March 16, 1990
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Livonia.
Godzilla Raids Again
From Alan Enterprises
Walt Disney Home Video Japan/USA 1955 78 min American version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white November 5, 1985
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Packaged in a black padded clamshell similar to Cartoon Classics Limited Gold Edition and The Classics releases.
  • Uses the original "Gigantis, the Fire Monster" title.
  • Preserves the Warner Bros. Pictures Distribution notice at the end.
  • Dubbed in English by Ryder Sound Services.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Bell & Howell/Columbia Pictures/Paramount Video Services in Northbrook.
Godzilla vs. Megalon
From Cinema Shares International Distribution
Buena Vista Home Video Japan/Hong Kong 1976 78 min American theatrical version G Panavision 1 N/A Color October 4, 1988
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Preserves the Cinema Shares logo at the start.
  • Dubbed in English by Axis International.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
Godzilla vs. the Sea Monster
From CST Entertainment
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1966 83 min American television version NR Tohoscope 1 N/A Color October 6, 1987
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • From the fifth wave and beyond, all tapes were packed in slipcase format.
  • Dubbed in English by Titra Studios.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
The Gold Rush
From the Roy Export Company
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1925 72 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white October 4, 1988
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
Gulliver's Travels
From Republic Pictures
Walt Disney Home Video USA 1939 76 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color November 5, 1985
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Packaged in a black padded clamshell similar to Cartoon Classics Limited Gold Edition and The Classics releases.
  • Preserves the Paramount logo at the start.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Bell & Howell/Columbia Pictures/Paramount Video Services in Northbrook.
Gulliver's Travels
From Republic Pictures
Walt Disney Home Video USA 1939 76 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color September 1, 1993
  • Reissue as part of the Best of Cinema Classics.
Gung Ho!
From Universal Pictures
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1943 89 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white October 6, 1987
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • From the fifth wave and beyond, all tapes were packed in slipcase format.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
Heathcliff: Heathcliff Gets Framed
From DiC Audiovisuel, McNaught Syndicate and LBS Communications
DiC Toon-Time Video USA 1985 TBD TBD NR Academy 1 N/A Color February 18, 1994 TBD
Heathcliff: Heathcliff's Mom
From DiC Audiovisuel, McNaught Syndicate and LBS Communications
DiC Toon-Time Video USA 1985 TBD TBD NR Academy 1 N/A Color February 18, 1994 TBD
Heathcliff: The Cat and the Pauper
From DiC Audiovisuel, McNaught Syndicate and LBS Communications
DiC Toon-Time Video USA 1985 TBD TBD NR Academy 1 N/A Color February 18, 1994 TBD
His Girl Friday
From Columbia Pictures
Walt Disney Home Video USA 1940 92 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white November 5, 1985
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Packaged in a black padded clamshell similar to Cartoon Classics Limited Gold Edition and The Classics releases.
  • Preserves the Columbia logo at the start.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Bell & Howell/Columbia Pictures/Paramount Video Services in Northbrook.
His Girl Friday
From Columbia Pictures
Walt Disney Home Video USA 1940 92 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white November 5, 1985
  • Reissue as part of the Best of Cinema Classics.
Hoppy Serves a Writ
From Hopalong Cassidy Enterprises
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1943 67 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white April 18, 1989
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
  • One of the first titles with the 1989-2003 Buena Vista Home Video logo.
Horror Express
From the Peter Rodgers Organization
Walt Disney Home Video UK/Spain 1972 85 min Television version NR Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color November 5, 1985
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Packaged in a black padded clamshell similar to Cartoon Classics Limited Gold Edition and The Classics releases.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Bell & Howell/Columbia Pictures/Paramount Video Services in Northbrook.
Horror Express
From the Peter Rodgers Organization
Walt Disney Home Video UK/Spain 1972 85 min Television version NR Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color September 1, 1993
  • Reissue as part of the Best of Cinema Classics.
House on Haunted Hill
From Lorimar-Telepictures
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1959 75 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white October 4, 1988
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
The Inspector General
From Turner Entertainment
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1949 101 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color October 6, 1987
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • From the fifth wave and beyond, all tapes were packed in slipcase format.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
The Inspector General
From Turner Entertainment
Walt Disney Home Video USA 1949 101 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color September 1, 1993
  • Reissue as part of the Best of Cinema Classics.
The Invisible Ghost
From United Artists Television
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1941 64 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white March 16, 1990
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Livonia.
It's a Wonderful Life
From Republic Pictures
Walt Disney Home Video USA 1946 131 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white November 5, 1985
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Packaged in a black padded clamshell similar to Cartoon Classics Limited Gold Edition and The Classics releases.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Bell & Howell/Columbia Pictures/Paramount Video Services in Northbrook.
Jack and the Beanstalk
From RKO Pictures
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1952 79 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color November 18, 1986
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Packaged in a black padded clamshell similar to Cartoon Classics Limited Gold Edition and The Classics releases.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
  • Opens with the dark red FBI warnings, then the trailers for the Classics release of Sleeping Beauty and Flight of the Navigator before the standard Video Dealer Announcement.
  • This tape is one of the first tapes to use the 1986-1995 Buena Vista Home Video logo.
Jack and the Beanstalk
From RKO Pictures
Walt Disney Home Video USA 1952 79 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color September 1, 1993
  • Reissue as part of the Best of Cinema Classics.
The Jungle Book
From the Rank Organisation
Walt Disney Home Video UK/USA 1942 108 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color November 5, 1985
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Packaged in a black padded clamshell similar to Cartoon Classics Limited Gold Edition and The Classics releases.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Bell & Howell/Columbia Pictures/Paramount Video Services in Northbrook.
Kansas City Confidential
From MGM/UA Communications
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1952 100 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white April 15, 1988
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
Killers from Space
From Planet Filmplays
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1954 72 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white April 14, 1987
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Packaged in a black padded clamshell similar to Cartoon Classics Limited Gold Edition and The Classics releases.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
  • This issue uses the dark red FBI warning screens & video dealer announcement.
Lady of Burlesque
From RKO Pictures
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1943 92 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white April 15, 1988
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
The Lady Refuses
From RKO Pictures
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1931 73 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white October 6, 1987
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • From the fifth wave and beyond, all tapes were packed in slipcase format.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
The Lady Vanishes
From the Rank Organization
Buena Vista Home Video UK 1938 97 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white March 16, 1990
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Livonia.
The Last Time I Saw Paris
From MGM/UA Entertainment
Walt Disney Home Video USA 1954 117 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color March 25, 1986
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Packaged in a black padded clamshell similar to Cartoon Classics Limited Gold Edition and The Classics releases.
  • Preserves the MGM logo at the start.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Bell & Howell/Columbia Pictures/Paramount Video Services in Northbrook.
  • Opens with trailers for The Journey of Natty Gann and The Sword in the Stone before the red-orange warning screens and Neon Mickey logo and closes with the Walt Disney and You promo.
Life with Father
From Turner Entertainment
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1947 118 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color March 16, 1990
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Livonia.
Life with Father
From Turner Entertainment
Walt Disney Home Video USA 1947 118 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color September 1, 1993
  • Reissue as part of the Best of Cinema Classics.
Little Lord Fauntleroy
From ABC Video Enterprises
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1936 98 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white September 28, 1989
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
Little Lord Fauntleroy
From ABC Video Enterprises
Walt Disney Home Video USA 1936 98 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white September 1, 1993
  • Reissue as part of the Best of Cinema Classics.
The Little Mermaid Walt Disney Home Video USA 1989 83 min Original theatrical version G Matted 1.66 1 N/A Color October 1, 1993
  • Opens with a theatrical trailer for The Lion King.
The Little Mermaid - Ariel's Undersea Adventures: Ariel the Ballerina Walt Disney Home Video USA 1993 44 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color July 15, 1994
  • Opens with a promo for Winnie the Pooh Learning and a trailer for Muppet Classic Theater. Closes with the November 1993 The Little Mermaid - Ariel's Undersea Adventures promo and the 1993 Sing-Along Songs promo.
  • Contains the episodes "Wish Upon a Starfish" and "Metal Fish".
The Little Mermaid - Ariel's Undersea Adventures: Saltwater Sisters Walt Disney Home Video USA 1992 44 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color July 15, 1994
  • Opens with a promo for Winnie the Pooh Learning and a trailer for Muppet Classic Theater. Closes with the November 1993 The Little Mermaid - Ariel's Undersea Adventures promo and the 1993 Sing-Along Songs promo.
  • Contains the episodes "Beached" and "Thingamajigger".
The Little Princess
From 20th Century-Fox
Walt Disney Home Video USA 1939 93 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color November 5, 1985
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Packaged in a black padded clamshell similar to Cartoon Classics Limited Gold Edition and The Classics releases.
  • Preserves the 20th Century-Fox logo at the start.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Bell & Howell/Columbia Pictures/Paramount Video Services in Northbrook.
The Little Princess
From 20th Century-Fox
Walt Disney Home Video USA 1939 93 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color September 1, 1993
  • Reissue as part of the Best of Cinema Classics.
The Little Rascals
From Hal Roach Studios and MGM/UA Entertainment
Walt Disney Home Video USA 1940 75 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white March 25, 1986
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Packaged in a black padded clamshell similar to Cartoon Classics Limited Gold Edition and The Classics releases.
  • Includes the short subjects "Our Gang Follies of 1938", "School's Out", "Bear Shooters", and "Waldo's Last Stand".
  • Exclusively duplicated at Bell & Howell/Columbia Pictures/Paramount Video Services in Northbrook.
  • Opens with trailers for The Journey of Natty Gann and The Sword in the Stone before the red-orange warning screens and Neon Mickey logo and closes with the Walt Disney and You promo.
The Little Rascals
From Hal Roach Studios and MGM/UA Entertainment
Walt Disney Home Video USA 1940 75 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white September 1, 1993
  • Reissue as part of the Best of Cinema Classics.
The Little Shop of Horrors
From Concorde-New Horizons
Walt Disney Home Video USA 1960 72 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white November 5, 1985
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Packaged in a black padded clamshell similar to Cartoon Classics Limited Gold Edition and The Classics releases.
  • Uses an Allied Artists television print.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Bell & Howell/Columbia Pictures/Paramount Video Services in Northbrook.
The Little Shop of Horrors
From Concorde-New Horizons
Walt Disney Home Video USA 1960 72 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white September 1, 1993
  • Reissue as part of the Best of Cinema Classics.
Lola
From World Film Services
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1970 98 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color April 18, 1989
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
  • One of the first titles with the 1989-2003 Buena Vista Home Video logo.
Long John Silver
From Distributors Corporation of America
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1954 106 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color March 16, 1990
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Livonia.
Long John Silver
From Distributors Corporation of America
Walt Disney Home Video USA 1954 106 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color September 1, 1993
  • Reissue as part of the Best of Cinema Classics.
Lupin III
From Toho, Carolco Pictures, and World Northal Corporation
Walt Disney Home Video Japan 1978 90 min Edited English-dubbed version PG VistaVision 1 N/A Color June 1986
  • Dubbed in English by Frontier Enterprises.
  • Voices by John Armstrong, Tom Clark, Cliff Harrington, Donald Johnson, Donald Knode, Patricia Kobayashi, Frank Rogers, William James Ross, Gregory Starr, Mike Worman, and Giuseppe Zucatti.
  • Preceded by a parental advisory warning due to its surprisingly Hubley-esque adult content.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Bell & Howell/Columbia Pictures/Paramount Video Services in Garden Grove.
  • The test pattern on this release is the longer version, lasting to the end of the tape.
Lupin III
From Toho, Carolco Pictures, and World Northal Corporation
Walt Disney Home Video Japan 1978 102 min Uncut English-dubbed version NR VistaVision 1 N/A Color June 1986
  • Dubbed in English by Frontier Enterprises.
  • Voices by John Armstrong, Tom Clark, Cliff Harrington, Donald Johnson, Donald Knode, Patricia Kobayashi, Frank Rogers, William James Ross, Gregory Starr, Mike Worman, and Giuseppe Zucatti.
  • Preceded by a parental advisory warning due to its surprisingly Hubley-esque adult content.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Bell & Howell/Columbia Pictures/Paramount Video Services in Garden Grove.
  • The test pattern on this release is the longer version, lasting to the end of the tape.
The Mad Bomber
From Entertainment Properties
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1973 110 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color October 4, 1988
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
Made for Each Other
From ABC Video Enterprises
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1939 92 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white April 18, 1989
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
  • One of the first titles with the 1989-2003 Buena Vista Home Video logo.
The Man with the Golden Arm
From Otto Preminger Films
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1955 120 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white October 6, 1987
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • From the fifth wave and beyond, all tapes were packed in slipcase format.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
Meeting at Midnight
From MGM/UA Communications
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1944 67 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white March 16, 1990
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Livonia.
Meet John Doe
From Goodwill Systems Exchanges
Walt Disney Home Video USA 1941 122 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white November 5, 1985
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Packaged in a black padded clamshell similar to Cartoon Classics Limited Gold Edition and The Classics releases.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Bell & Howell/Columbia Pictures/Paramount Video Services in Northbrook.
Meet John Doe
From Goodwill Systems Exchanges
Walt Disney Home Video USA 1941 122 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white September 1, 1993
  • Reissue as part of the Best of Cinema Classics.
Metropolis
From UFA
Walt Disney Home Video USA 1927 96 min 1936 edited version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white March 25, 1986
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Packaged in a black padded clamshell similar to Cartoon Classics Limited Gold Edition and The Classics releases.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Bell & Howell/Columbia Pictures/Paramount Video Services in Northbrook.
  • Opens with trailers for The Journey of Natty Gann and The Sword in the Stone before the red-orange warning screens and Neon Mickey logo.
My Favorite Brunette
From Bob Hope Enterprises
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1947 87 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white April 18, 1989
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
  • One of the first titles with the 1989-2003 Buena Vista Home Video logo.
My Man Godfrey
From Universal Pictures
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1936 96 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white September 28, 1989
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Preserves the Universal logo at the start.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
My Man Godfrey
From Universal Pictures
Walt Disney Home Video USA 1936 96 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white September 1, 1993
  • Reissue as part of the Best of Cinema Classics.
'Neath Brooklyn Bridge
From Prime TV Films
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1942 61 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white March 16, 1990
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Livonia.
Night of the Living Dead
From the Laurel Group
Walt Disney Home Video USA 1968 96 min Standard version NR 16mm 1 N/A Black and white November 5, 1985
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Packaged in a black padded clamshell similar to Cartoon Classics Limited Gold Edition and The Classics releases.
  • Preserves the Walter Reade logo at the start.
  • Preceded by a parental advisory warning due to its adult content.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Bell & Howell/Columbia Pictures/Paramount Video Services in Northbrook.
Night of the Living Dead
From the Laurel Group
Walt Disney Home Video USA 1968 96 min Standard version NR 16mm 1 N/A Black and white September 1, 1993
  • Reissue as part of the Best of Cinema Classics.
Nothing Sacred
From ABC Video Enterprises
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1937 77 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color September 28, 1989
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
Of Human Bondage
From RKO Pictures
Walt Disney Home Video USA 1934 84 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white March 25, 1986
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Packaged in a black padded clamshell similar to Cartoon Classics Limited Gold Edition and The Classics releases.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Bell & Howell/Columbia Pictures/Paramount Video Services in Northbrook.
  • Opens with trailers for The Journey of Natty Gann and The Sword in the Stone before the red-orange warning screens and Neon Mickey logo and closes with the Walt Disney and You promo.
Of Human Bondage
From RKO Pictures
Walt Disney Home Video USA 1934 84 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white September 1, 1993
  • Reissue as part of the Best of Cinema Classics.
One Eyed-Jacks
From Paramount Pictures
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1961 141 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color March 16, 1990
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Livonia.
The Outlaw
From the Hughes Tool Company
Walt Disney Home Video USA 1943 116 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white March 25, 1986
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Packaged in a black padded clamshell similar to Cartoon Classics Limited Gold Edition and The Classics releases.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Bell & Howell/Columbia Pictures/Paramount Video Services in Northbrook.
Penguin's Memory: A Tale of Happiness
From Toho, Carolco Pictures, and Buena Vista Distribution
Buena Vista Home Video Japan 1985 88 min Edited English-dubbed version PG Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color September 23, 1986
  • Dubbed in English by Froniter Enterprises.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
  • Has the dark red FBI warnings and a video dealer announcement.
  • The first title to use the 1986-1995 Buena Vista Home Video logo.
Penguin's Memory: A Tale of Happiness
From Toho, Carolco Pictures, and Buena Vista Distribution
Buena Vista Home Video Japan 1985 102 min Uncut English-dubbed version NR Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color September 23, 1986
  • Dubbed in English by Frontier Enterprises.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
  • Has the dark red FBI warnings and a video dealer announcement.
  • The first title to use the 1986-1995 Buena Vista Home Video logo.
Penny Serenade
From Republic Pictures
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1941 120 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white April 18, 1989
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
  • One of the first titles with the 1989-2003 Buena Vista Home Video logo.
Pete's Dragon Walt Disney Home Video USA 1977 128 min Standard version G Matted 1.75 1 N/A Color September 18, 1992
  • Opens with video trailers for Beauty and the Beast, The Rescuers and The Great Mouse Detective. Closes with a video trailer for 101 Dalmatians.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Livonia.
The Phantom of the Opera
From Universal Pictures
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1925 80 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white April 14, 1987
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Packaged in a black padded clamshell similar to Cartoon Classics Limited Gold Edition and The Classics releases.
  • "Bal Masque" sequence is presented in color.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
  • This issue uses the dark red FBI warning screens & video dealer announcement.
The Phantom of the Opera
From Universal Pictures
Walt Disney Home Video USA 1925 80 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white September 1, 1993
  • Reissue as part of the Best of Cinema Classics.
The Pied Piper of Hamlin
From Hal Stanley Productions
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1957 87 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color September 28, 1989
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
Please Murder Me
From Donald Hyde
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1956 79 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white April 15, 1988
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
Prison Break
From Universal Pictures
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1938 72 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white March 16, 1990
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Livonia.
Psychomania
From the Peter Rogers Organization
Buena Vista Home Video UK 1971 96 min Standard version PG Matted 1.66 1 N/A Color October 4, 1988
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
Pygmalion
From the Rank Organization
Buena Vista Home Video UK 1938 96 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white April 18, 1989
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
  • One of the first titles with the 1989-2003 Buena Vista Home Video logo.
Quicksand
From Samuel H. Stifel
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1950 80 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white April 15, 1988
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
Reefer Madness
From New Line Cinema
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1936 69 min Standard version PG Academy 1 N/A Black and white April 14, 1987
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Packaged in a black padded clamshell similar to Cartoon Classics Limited Gold Edition and The Classics releases.
  • Preserves the New Line logo at the start.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
  • This issue uses the dark red FBI warning screens & video dealer announcement.
Reefer Madness
From New Line Cinema
Walt Disney Home Video USA 1936 69 min Standard version PG Academy 1 N/A Black and white September 1, 1993
  • Reissue as part of the Best of Cinema Classics.
The Rescuers Walt Disney Home Video USA 1977 76 min Original theatrical version G Matted 1.75 1 N/A Color September 21, 1990
  • Opens with a behind-the-scenes trailer for The Rescuers Down Under and a video trailer for The Little Mermaid.
The Rescuers Down Under Walt Disney Home Video USA 1990 77 min Standard version G Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color September 18, 1992
  • Opens with video trailers for Beauty and the Beast, The Rescuers and The Great Mouse Detective. Closes with a video trailer for 101 Dalmatians.
  • Uses the 1992 Walt Disney Classics logo with bass heavy-distorted audio.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Livonia.
Robin Hood Walt Disney Home Video USA 1973 83 min Standard version G Matted 1.75 1 N/A Color September 18, 1992
  • Opens with video trailers for Beauty and the Beast, The Rescuers and The Great Mouse Detective. Closes with a video trailer for 101 Dalmatians.
  • Uses the 1992 Walt Disney Classics logo with bass heavy-distorted audio.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Livonia.
Royal Wedding
From MGM/UA Entertainment
Walt Disney Home Video USA 1951 93 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color November 5, 1985
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Packaged in a black padded clamshell similar to Cartoon Classics Limited Gold Edition and The Classics releases.
  • Preserves the MGM logo at the start.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Bell & Howell/Columbia Pictures/Paramount Video Services in Northbrook.
Royal Wedding
From MGM/UA Entertainment
Walt Disney Home Video USA 1951 93 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color September 1, 1993
  • Reissue as part of the Best of Cinema Classics.
Sailor Moon Vol. 1
From Walt Disney Television, Streamline Pictures, All-American Television, and WNET New York
Walt Disney Home Video Japan/USA 1992 108 min English-dubbed version NR 16mm 1 N/A Color August 29, 1995
  • Opens with cross-promotions with 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment for the Star Wars Trilogy and Orion Home Video for the Streamline Pictures Video Comics lineup, trailers for Pocahontas and Toy Story (rough edit on early prints, standard teaser trailer on most prints), promos for the Disney Princess Collection and Disney Sing-Along Songs (1994 version), and a sneak preview of Aladdin and the King of Thieves.
  • Uses the Laser LET bumpers for "Now in Theaters" (voiceover by Brian Cummings), "Coming Soon to Theaters" (voiceover by Mark Elliot as "Coming to theaters from Walt Disney Pictures"), "Now on Videocassette" (voiceover by Brian Cummings), "Coming Soon to Videocassette" (voiceover by Brian Cummings as "And now, coming soon to videocassette"), and "Feature Presentation" (voiceover by Mark Elliot), all with the first eight notes of "Great Ovation".
  • Closes with an interview with Naoko Takeuchi (subtitled in English) and a promo for Sailor Moon.
  • Dubbed in English by Streamline Pictures.
  • Voices by Catherine Battistone, Jeff Bergman, Steve Bulen, Corey Burton, Ardwight Chamberlain, Lara Cody, Jim Cummings, Peter Cullen, Juliana Donald (credited as "Julie Donald"), Rebecca Forstadt, Don Francks, Alexandra Kenworthy, Wendee Lee, Katie Leigh, Carl Macek, Tress MacNeille, Patti Parris, Will Ryan, Ken Sansom (credited as "Rabbit", also in staff under his own name as "Assistant to Mr. Rabbit"), Gregory Snegoff, and Cree Summer.
  • Released as part of the Streamline Pictures Video Comics lineup.
  • THX-certified, uses the Broadway trailer with the theatrical-pitched Deep Note.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Rank Video Services America in Northbrook using Otari TMD equipment.
  • Though feature-length and duplicated in SP mode, this release closes with a white screen test pattern followed by a few minutes of blank tape and the moaning sound.
  • The 1988 barcode has magenta sides.
Sailor Moon Vol. 2
From Walt Disney Television, Streamline Pictures, All-American Television, and WNET New York
Walt Disney Home Video Japan/USA 1992 108 min English-dubbed version NR 16mm 1 N/A Color August 29, 1995
  • Opens with cross-promotions with 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment for the Star Wars Trilogy and Orion Home Video for the Streamline Pictures Video Comics lineup, trailers for Pocahontas and Toy Story (rough edit on early prints, standard teaser trailer on most prints), promos for the Disney Princess Collection and Disney Sing-Along Songs (1994 version), and a sneak preview of Aladdin and the King of Thieves.
  • Uses the Laser LET bumpers for "Now in Theaters" (voiceover by Brian Cummings), "Coming Soon to Theaters" (voiceover by Mark Elliot as "Coming to theaters from Walt Disney Pictures"), "Now on Videocassette" (voiceover by Brian Cummings), "Coming Soon to Videocassette" (voiceover by Brian Cummings as "And now, coming soon to videocassette"), and "Feature Presentation" (voiceover by Mark Elliot), all with the first eight notes of "Great Ovation".
  • Closes with a staff interview (subtitled in English) and a promo for Sailor Moon.
  • Dubbed in English by Streamline Pictures.
  • Voices by Catherine Battistone, Jodi Benson, Jeff Bergman, Steve Bulen, Corey Burton, Nicolas Cage (uncredited), Ardwight Chamberlain, Lara Cody, Tom Cruise, Jim Cummings, Peter Cullen, Juliana Donald (credited as "Julie Donald"), Rebecca Forstadt, Don Francks, Alexandra Kenworthy, Wendee Lee, Katie Leigh, Carl Macek, Tress MacNeille, Patti Parris, Will Ryan, Ken Sansom (credited as "Rabbit", also in staff under his own name as "Assistant to Mr. Rabbit"), Gregory Snegoff, and Cree Summer.
  • Released as part of the Streamline Pictures Video Comics lineup.
  • THX-certified, uses the Broadway trailer with the theatrical-pitched Deep Note.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Rank Video Services America in Northbrook using Otari TMD equipment.
  • Though feature-length and duplicated in SP mode, this release closes with a white screen test pattern followed by a few minutes of blank tape and the moaning sound.
  • The 1988 barcode has cyan sides.
Sailor Moon Vol. 3
From Walt Disney Television, Streamline Pictures, All-American Television, and WNET New York
Walt Disney Home Video Japan/USA 1992 108 min English-dubbed version NR 16mm 1 N/A Color August 29, 1995
  • Opens with cross-promotions with 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment for the Star Wars Trilogy and Orion Home Video for the Streamline Pictures Video Comics lineup, trailers for Pocahontas and Toy Story (rough edit on early prints, standard teaser trailer on most prints), promos for the Disney Princess Collection and Disney Sing-Along Songs (1994 version), and a sneak preview of Aladdin and the King of Thieves.
  • Uses the Laser LET bumpers for "Now in Theaters" (voiceover by Brian Cummings), "Coming Soon to Theaters" (voiceover by Mark Elliot as "Coming to theaters from Walt Disney Pictures"), "Now on Videocassette" (voiceover by Brian Cummings), "Coming Soon to Videocassette" (voiceover by Brian Cummings as "And now, coming soon to videocassette"), and "Feature Presentation" (voiceover by Mark Elliot), all with the first eight notes of "Great Ovation".
  • Closes with the first part of a cast interview (subtitled in English) and a promo for Sailor Moon.
  • Dubbed in English by Streamline Pictures.
  • Voices by Catherine Battistone, Jodi Benson, Jeff Bergman, Steve Bulen, Corey Burton, Nicolas Cage (uncredited), Ardwight Chamberlain, Lara Cody, Jim Cummings, Peter Cullen, Grey DeLisle, Juliana Donald (credited as "Julie Donald"), Rebecca Forstadt, Don Francks, Alexandra Kenworthy, Wendee Lee, Katie Leigh, Carl Macek, Tress MacNeille, Patti Parris, Will Ryan, Ken Sansom (credited as "Rabbit", also in staff under his own name as "Assistant to Mr. Rabbit"), Gregory Snegoff, Cree Summer, and Paul Winchell.
  • Released as part of the Streamline Pictures Video Comics lineup.
  • THX-certified, uses the Broadway trailer with the theatrical-pitched Deep Note.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Rank Video Services America in Northbrook using Otari TMD equipment.
  • Though feature-length and duplicated in SP mode, this release closes with a white screen test pattern followed by a few minutes of blank tape and the moaning sound.
  • The 1988 barcode has red sides.
Sailor Moon Vol. 4
From Walt Disney Television, Streamline Pictures, All-American Television, and WNET New York
Walt Disney Home Video Japan/USA 1992 108 min English-dubbed version NR 16mm 1 N/A Color August 29, 1995
  • Opens with cross-promotions with 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment for the Star Wars Trilogy and Orion Home Video for the Streamline Pictures Video Comics lineup, trailers for Pocahontas and Toy Story (rough edit on early prints, standard teaser trailer on most prints), promos for the Disney Princess Collection and Disney Sing-Along Songs (1994 version), and a sneak preview of Aladdin and the King of Thieves.
  • Uses the Laser LET bumpers for "Now in Theaters" (voiceover by Brian Cummings), "Coming Soon to Theaters" (voiceover by Mark Elliot as "Coming to theaters from Walt Disney Pictures"), "Now on Videocassette" (voiceover by Brian Cummings), "Coming Soon to Videocassette" (voiceover by Brian Cummings as "And now, coming soon to videocassette"), and "Feature Presentation" (voiceover by Mark Elliot), all with the first eight notes of "Great Ovation".
  • Closes with the second part of a cast interview (subtitled in English) and a promo for Sailor Moon.
  • Dubbed in English by Streamline Pictures.
  • Voices by Catherine Battistone, Jodi Benson, Jeff Bergman, Steve Bulen, Corey Burton, Nicolas Cage (uncredited), Ardwight Chamberlain, Lara Cody, Jim Cummings, Peter Cullen, Grey DeLisle, Juliana Donald (credited as "Julie Donald"), Rebecca Forstadt, Don Francks, Alexandra Kenworthy, Wendee Lee, Katie Leigh, Carl Macek, Tress MacNeille, Patti Parris, Will Ryan, Ken Sansom (credited as "Rabbit", also in staff under his own name as "Assistant to Mr. Rabbit"), Gregory Snegoff, Cree Summer, Kirk Thornton, and Paul Winchell.
  • Released as part of the Streamline Pictures Video Comics lineup.
  • THX-certified, uses the Broadway trailer with the theatrical-pitched Deep Note.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Rank Video Services America in Northbrook using Otari TMD equipment.
  • Though feature-length and duplicated in SP mode, this release closes with a white screen test pattern followed by a few minutes of blank tape and the moaning sound.
  • The 1988 barcode has green sides.
Sailor Moon Vol. 5
From Walt Disney Television, Streamline Pictures, All-American Television, and WNET New York
Walt Disney Home Video Japan/USA 1992 108 min English-dubbed version NR 16mm 1 N/A Color August 29, 1995
  • Opens with cross-promotions with 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment for the Star Wars Trilogy and Orion Home Video for the Streamline Pictures Video Comics lineup, trailers for Pocahontas and Toy Story (rough edit on early prints, standard teaser trailer on most prints), promos for the Disney Princess Collection and Disney Sing-Along Songs (1994 version), and a sneak preview of Aladdin and the King of Thieves.
  • Uses the Laser LET bumpers for "Now in Theaters" (voiceover by Brian Cummings), "Coming Soon to Theaters" (voiceover by Mark Elliot as "Coming to theaters from Walt Disney Pictures"), "Now on Videocassette" (voiceover by Brian Cummings), "Coming Soon to Videocassette" (voiceover by Brian Cummings as "And now, coming soon to videocassette"), and "Feature Presentation" (voiceover by Mark Elliot), all with the first eight notes of "Great Ovation".
  • Closes with a promo for Sailor Moon.
  • Dubbed in English by Streamline Pictures.
  • Voices by Catherine Battistone, Jodi Benson, Jeff Bergman, Steve Bulen, Corey Burton, Nicolas Cage (uncredited), Lara Cody, Jim Cummings, Peter Cullen, Grey DeLisle, Juliana Donald (credited as "Julie Donald"), Rebecca Forstadt, Don Francks, Alexandra Kenworthy, Wendee Lee, Katie Leigh, Carl Macek, Tress MacNeille, Patti Parris, Will Ryan, Ken Sansom (credited as "Rabbit", also in staff under his own name as "Assistant to Mr. Rabbit"), Gregory Snegoff, Cree Summer, and Kirk Thornton.
  • Released as part of the Streamline Pictures Video Comics lineup.
  • THX-certified, uses the Broadway trailer with the theatrical-pitched Deep Note.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Rank Video Services America in Northbrook using Otari TMD equipment.
  • Though feature-length and duplicated in SP mode, this release closes with a white screen test pattern followed by a few minutes of blank tape and the moaning sound.
  • The 1988 barcode has cyan sides.
Sailor Moon Vol. 6
From Walt Disney Television, Streamline Pictures, All-American Television, and WNET New York
Walt Disney Home Video Japan/USA 1992 108 min English-dubbed version NR 16mm 1 N/A Color August 29, 1995
  • Opens with cross-promotions with 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment for the Star Wars Trilogy and Orion Home Video for the Streamline Pictures Video Comics lineup, trailers for Pocahontas and Toy Story (rough edit on early prints, standard teaser trailer on most prints), promos for the Disney Princess Collection and Disney Sing-Along Songs (1994 version), and a sneak preview of Aladdin and the King of Thieves.
  • Uses the Laser LET bumpers for "Now in Theaters" (voiceover by Brian Cummings), "Coming Soon to Theaters" (voiceover by Mark Elliot as "Coming to theaters from Walt Disney Pictures"), "Now on Videocassette" (voiceover by Brian Cummings), "Coming Soon to Videocassette" (voiceover by Brian Cummings as "And now, coming soon to videocassette"), and "Feature Presentation" (voiceover by Mark Elliot), all with the first eight notes of "Great Ovation".
  • Closes with Sailor Moon merchandise commercials (subtitled in English) and a promo for Sailor Moon.
  • Dubbed in English by Streamline Pictures.
  • Voices by Wayne Allwine, Catherine Battistone, Jodi Benson, Jeff Bergman, Steve Bulen, Corey Burton, Nicolas Cage (uncredited), Lara Cody, Jim Cummings, Peter Cullen, Grey DeLisle, Juliana Donald (credited as "Julie Donald"), Rebecca Forstadt, Don Francks, Alexandra Kenworthy, Wendee Lee, Katie Leigh, Carl Macek, Tress MacNeille, Kerrigan Mahan, Patti Parris, Will Ryan, Ken Sansom (credited as "Rabbit", also in staff under his own name as "Assistant to Mr. Rabbit"), Gregory Snegoff, Cree Summer, Russi Taylor, and Kirk Thornton.
  • Released as part of the Streamline Pictures Video Comics lineup.
  • THX-certified, uses the Broadway trailer with the theatrical-pitched Deep Note.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Rank Video Services America in Northbrook using Otari TMD equipment.
  • Though feature-length and duplicated in SP mode, this release closes with a white screen test pattern followed by a few minutes of blank tape and the moaning sound.
  • The 1988 barcode has magenta sides.
Sailor Moon Vol. 7
From Walt Disney Television, Streamline Pictures, All-American Television, and WNET New York
Walt Disney Home Video Japan/USA 1992 108 min English-dubbed version NR 16mm 1 N/A Color November 28, 1995
  • Opens with cross-promotions with 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment for the Star Wars Trilogy and Orion Home Video for the Streamline Pictures Video Comics lineup, trailers for Toy Story (theatrical trailer), Muppet Treasure Island, The Brave Little Toaster, The Santa Clause, and Pocahontas.
  • Uses the Laser LET bumpers for "Now in Theaters" (voiceover by Brian Cummings), "Coming Soon to Theaters" (voiceover by Mark Elliot as "Coming to theaters from Walt Disney Pictures"), "Now on Videocassette" (voiceover by Brian Cummings), "Coming Soon to Videocassette" (voiceover by Brian Cummings as "And now, coming soon to videocassette"), and "Feature Presentation" (voiceover by Mark Elliot), all with the first eight notes of "Great Ovation".
  • Closes with a barbecue with the cast (subtitled in English) and a promo for Sailor Moon.
  • Dubbed in English by Streamline Pictures.
  • Voices by Catherine Battistone, Jodi Benson, Jeff Bergman, Steve Bulen, Corey Burton, Nicolas Cage (uncredited), Cam Clarke, Lara Cody, Jim Cummings, Peter Cullen, Grey DeLisle, Juliana Donald (credited as "Julie Donald"), Rebecca Forstadt, Don Francks, Alexandra Kenworthy, Wendee Lee, Katie Leigh, Carl Macek, Tress MacNeille, Melanie MacQueen, Kerrigan Mahan, Patti Parris, Will Ryan, Ken Sansom (credited as "Rabbit", also in staff under his own name as "Assistant to Mr. Rabbit"), Gregory Snegoff, Cree Summer, and Paul Winchell.
  • Released as part of the Streamline Pictures Video Comics lineup.
  • THX-certified, uses the Broadway trailer with the theatrical-pitched Deep Note.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Rank Video Services America in Northbrook using Otari TMD equipment.
  • Though feature-length and duplicated in SP mode, this release closes with a white screen test pattern followed by a few minutes of blank tape and the moaning sound.
  • The 1988 barcode has green sides.
Sailor Moon Vol. 8
From Walt Disney Television, Streamline Pictures, All-American Television, and WNET New York
Walt Disney Home Video Japan/USA 1992 108 min English-dubbed version NR 16mm 1 N/A Color November 28, 1995
  • Opens with cross-promotions with 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment for the Star Wars Trilogy and Orion Home Video for the Streamline Pictures Video Comics lineup, trailers for Toy Story (theatrical trailer), Muppet Treasure Island, The Brave Little Toaster, The Santa Clause, and Pocahontas.
  • Uses the Laser LET bumpers for "Now in Theaters" (voiceover by Brian Cummings), "Coming Soon to Theaters" (voiceover by Mark Elliot as "Coming to theaters from Walt Disney Pictures"), "Now on Videocassette" (voiceover by Brian Cummings), "Coming Soon to Videocassette" (voiceover by Brian Cummings as "And now, coming soon to videocassette"), and "Feature Presentation" (voiceover by Mark Elliot), all with the first eight notes of "Great Ovation".
  • Closes with the Sailor Moon Big Illustration Collection and a promo for Sailor Moon.
  • Dubbed in English by Streamline Pictures.
  • Voices by Catherine Battistone, Jodi Benson, Jeff Bergman, Steve Bulen, Corey Burton, Nicolas Cage (uncredited), Lara Cody, Jim Cummings, Peter Cullen, Grey DeLisle, Juliana Donald (credited as "Julie Donald"), Rebecca Forstadt, Don Francks, Mark Hamill, Alexandra Kenworthy, Wendee Lee, Katie Leigh, Carl Macek, Tress MacNeille, Melanie MacQueen, Kerrigan Mahan, Patti Parris, Will Ryan, Ken Sansom (credited as "Rabbit", also in staff under his own name as "Assistant to Mr. Rabbit"), Gregory Snegoff, Cree Summer, and Paul Winchell.
  • Released as part of the Streamline Pictures Video Comics lineup.
  • THX-certified, uses the Broadway trailer with the theatrical-pitched Deep Note.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Rank Video Services America in Northbrook using Otari TMD equipment.
  • Though feature-length and duplicated in SP mode, this release closes with a white screen test pattern followed by a few minutes of blank tape and the moaning sound.
  • The 1988 barcode has magenta sides.
Sailor Moon Vol. 9
From Walt Disney Television, Streamline Pictures, All-American Television, and WNET New York
Walt Disney Home Video Japan/USA 1992 108 min English-dubbed version NR 16mm 1 N/A Color November 28, 1995
  • Opens with cross-promotions with 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment for the Star Wars Trilogy and Orion Home Video for the Streamline Pictures Video Comics lineup, trailers for Toy Story (theatrical trailer), Muppet Treasure Island, The Brave Little Toaster, The Santa Clause, and Pocahontas.
  • Uses the Laser LET bumpers for "Now in Theaters" (voiceover by Brian Cummings), "Coming Soon to Theaters" (voiceover by Mark Elliot as "Coming to theaters from Walt Disney Pictures"), "Now on Videocassette" (voiceover by Brian Cummings), "Coming Soon to Videocassette" (voiceover by Brian Cummings as "And now, coming soon to videocassette"), and "Feature Presentation" (voiceover by Mark Elliot), all with the first eight notes of "Great Ovation".
  • Closes with a Christmas party with the cast (subtitled in English) and a promo for Sailor Moon.
  • Dubbed in English by Streamline Pictures.
  • Voices by Catherine Battistone, Jodi Benson, Jeff Bergman, Steve Bulen, Corey Burton, Nicolas Cage, Lara Cody, Jim Cummings, Peter Cullen, Grey DeLisle, Juliana Donald (credited as "Julie Donald"), Rebecca Forstadt, Don Francks, Alexandra Kenworthy, Wendee Lee, Katie Leigh, Carl Macek, Tress MacNeille, Melanie MacQueen, Kerrigan Mahan, Patti Parris, Will Ryan, Ken Sansom (credited as "Rabbit", also in staff under his own name as "Assistant to Mr. Rabbit"), Gregory Snegoff, and Cree Summer.
  • Released as part of the Streamline Pictures Video Comics lineup.
  • THX-certified, uses the Broadway trailer with the theatrical-pitched Deep Note.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Rank Video Services America in Northbrook using Otari TMD equipment.
  • Though feature-length and duplicated in SP mode, this release closes with a white screen test pattern followed by a few minutes of blank tape and the moaning sound.
  • The 1988 barcode has yellow sides.
Sailor Moon Vol. 10
From Walt Disney Television, Streamline Pictures, All-American Television, and WNET New York
Walt Disney Home Video Japan/USA 1992 108 min English-dubbed version NR 16mm 1 N/A Color November 28, 1995
  • Opens with cross-promotions with 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment for the Star Wars Trilogy and Orion Home Video for the Streamline Pictures Video Comics lineup, trailers for Toy Story (theatrical trailer), Muppet Treasure Island, The Brave Little Toaster, The Santa Clause, and Pocahontas.
  • Uses the Laser LET bumpers for "Now in Theaters" (voiceover by Brian Cummings), "Coming Soon to Theaters" (voiceover by Mark Elliot as "Coming to theaters from Walt Disney Pictures"), "Now on Videocassette" (voiceover by Brian Cummings), "Coming Soon to Videocassette" (voiceover by Brian Cummings as "And now, coming soon to videocassette"), and "Feature Presentation" (voiceover by Mark Elliot), all with the first eight notes of "Great Ovation".
  • Closes with a promo for Sailor Moon.
  • Dubbed in English by Streamline Pictures.
  • Voices by Catherine Battistone, Jodi Benson, Jeff Bergman, Steve Bulen, Corey Burton, Nicolas Cage, Lara Cody, Jim Cummings, Peter Cullen, Christopher Dean, Grey DeLisle, Juliana Donald (credited as "Julie Donald"), Rebecca Forstadt, Don Francks, Mark Hamill, Alexandra Kenworthy, Wendee Lee, Katie Leigh, Carl Macek, Tress MacNeille, Melanie MacQueen, Kerrigan Mahan, Patti Parris, Will Ryan, Ken Sansom (credited as "Rabbit", also in staff under his own name as "Assistant to Mr. Rabbit"), Gregory Snegoff, Cree Summer, Jean Torvill, and Paul Winchell.
  • Released as part of the Streamline Pictures Video Comics lineup.
  • THX-certified, uses the Broadway trailer with the theatrical-pitched Deep Note.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Rank Video Services America in Northbrook using Otari TMD equipment.
  • Though feature-length and duplicated in SP mode, this release closes with a white screen test pattern followed by a few minutes of blank tape and the moaning sound.
  • The 1988 barcode has cyan sides.
Sailor Moon Vol. 11
From Walt Disney Television, Streamline Pictures, All-American Television, and WNET New York
Walt Disney Home Video Japan/USA 1993 108 min English-dubbed version NR 16mm 1 N/A Color November 28, 1995
  • Opens with cross-promotions with 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment for the Star Wars Trilogy and Orion Home Video for the Streamline Pictures Video Comics lineup, trailers for Toy Story (theatrical trailer), Muppet Treasure Island, The Brave Little Toaster, The Santa Clause, and Pocahontas.
  • Uses the Laser LET bumpers for "Now in Theaters" (voiceover by Brian Cummings), "Coming Soon to Theaters" (voiceover by Mark Elliot as "Coming to theaters from Walt Disney Pictures"), "Now on Videocassette" (voiceover by Brian Cummings), "Coming Soon to Videocassette" (voiceover by Brian Cummings as "And now, coming soon to videocassette"), and "Feature Presentation" (voiceover by Mark Elliot), all with the first eight notes of "Great Ovation".
  • Closes with all 46 episode previews (subtitled in English) and a promo for Sailor Moon.
  • Dubbed in English by Streamline Pictures.
  • Voices by Catherine Battistone, Jodi Benson, Jeff Bergman, Steve Bulen, Corey Burton, Nicolas Cage, Lara Cody, Jim Cummings, Peter Cullen, Grey DeLisle, Juliana Donald (credited as "Julie Donald"), Rebecca Forstadt, Don Francks, Mark Hamill, Alexandra Kenworthy, Wendee Lee, Katie Leigh, Carl Macek, Tress MacNeille, Melanie MacQueen, Kerrigan Mahan, Patti Parris, Will Ryan, Ken Sansom (credited as "Rabbit", also in staff under his own name as "Assistant to Mr. Rabbit"), Gregory Snegoff, Cree Summer, and Paul Winchell.
  • Released as part of the Streamline Pictures Video Comics lineup.
  • THX-certified, uses the Broadway trailer with the theatrical-pitched Deep Note.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Rank Video Services America in Northbrook using Otari TMD equipment.
  • Though feature-length and duplicated in SP mode, this release closes with a white screen test pattern followed by a few minutes of blank tape and the moaning sound.
  • The 1988 barcode has magenta sides.
Sailor Moon Vol. 12
From Walt Disney Television, Streamline Pictures, All-American Television, and WNET New York
Walt Disney Home Video Japan/USA 1993 54 min English-dubbed version NR 16mm 1 N/A Color November 28, 1995
  • Opens with cross-promotions with 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment for the Star Wars Trilogy and Orion Home Video for the Streamline Pictures Video Comics lineup, trailers for Toy Story (theatrical trailer), Muppet Treasure Island, The Brave Little Toaster, The Santa Clause, and Pocahontas.
  • Uses the Laser LET bumpers for "Now in Theaters" (voiceover by Brian Cummings), "Coming Soon to Theaters" (voiceover by Mark Elliot as "Coming to theaters from Walt Disney Pictures"), "Now on Videocassette" (voiceover by Brian Cummings), "Coming Soon to Videocassette" (voiceover by Brian Cummings as "And now, coming soon to videocassette"), and "Feature Presentation" (voiceover by Mark Elliot), all with the first eight notes of "Great Ovation".
  • Closes with the clean opening ("Moonlight Legend") and closing ("Heart Moving" and "Moon Princess") sequences and a promo for Sailor Moon.
  • Dubbed in English by Streamline Pictures.
  • Voices by Catherine Battistone, Jodi Benson, Jeff Bergman, Steve Bulen, Corey Burton, Nicolas Cage, Lara Cody, Jim Cummings, Peter Cullen, Grey DeLisle, Juliana Donald (credited as "Julie Donald"), Rebecca Forstadt, Don Francks, Alexandra Kenworthy, Wendee Lee, Katie Leigh, Carl Macek, Tress MacNeille, Melanie MacQueen, Patti Parris, Will Ryan, Ken Sansom (credited as "Rabbit", also in staff under his own name as "Assistant to Mr. Rabbit"), Gregory Snegoff, and Cree Summer.
  • Released as part of the Streamline Pictures Video Comics lineup.
  • THX-certified, uses the Broadway trailer with the theatrical-pitched Deep Note.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Rank Video Services America in Northbrook using Otari TMD equipment.
  • Though feature-length and duplicated in SP mode, this release closes with a white screen test pattern followed by a few minutes of blank tape and the moaning sound.
  • The 1988 barcode has cyan sides.
Sailor Moon R Vol. 1
From Walt Disney Television, Streamline Pictures, All-American Television, and WNET New York
Walt Disney Home Video Japan/USA 1993 108 min English-dubbed version NR 16mm 1 N/A Color February 28, 1996
  • Opens with trailers for Muppet Treasure Island, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, and Sailor Moon SuperS: The Black Dream Hole, a promo for the Disney Princess Collection, and trailers for The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh and Aladdin and the King of Thieves.
  • Uses the Laser LET bumpers for "Now in Theaters" (voiceover by Brian Cummings), "Coming Soon to Theaters" (voiceover by Mark Elliot as "Coming to theaters from Walt Disney Pictures"), "Now on Videocassette" (voiceover by Brian Cummings), "Coming Soon to Videocassette" (voiceover by Brian Cummings as "And now, coming soon to videocassette"), and "Feature Presentation" (voiceover by Mark Elliot), all with the first eight notes of "Great Ovation".
  • Closes with a promo for Sailor Moon.
  • Dubbed in English by Streamline Pictures.
  • Voices by Jodi Benson, Jeff Bergman, Steve Bulen, Corey Burton, Nicolas Cage, Lara Cody, Jim Cummings, Peter Cullen, Grey DeLisle, Juliana Donald (credited as "Julie Donald"), Rebecca Forstadt, Alexandra Kenworthy, Val Kilmer, Wendee Lee, Katie Leigh, Carl Macek, Tress MacNeille, Melanie MacQueen, Brittany Murphy, Patti Parris, Will Ryan, Ken Sansom (credited as "Rabbit", also in staff under his own name as "Assistant to Mr. Rabbit"), Gregory Snegoff, and Cree Summer.
  • Released as part of the Streamline Pictures Video Comics lineup.
  • THX-certified, uses the Broadway trailer with the theatrical-pitched Deep Note.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Rank Video Services America in Northbrook using Otari TMD equipment.
  • Though feature-length and duplicated in SP mode, this release closes with a white screen test pattern followed by a few minutes of blank tape and the moaning sound.
  • The 1988 barcode has red sides.
Sailor Moon R Vol. 2
From Walt Disney Television, Streamline Pictures, All-American Television, and WNET New York
Walt Disney Home Video Japan/USA 1993 108 min English-dubbed version NR 16mm 1 N/A Color February 28, 1996
  • Opens with trailers for Muppet Treasure Island, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, and Sailor Moon SuperS: The Black Dream Hole, a promo for the Disney Princess Collection, and trailers for The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh and Aladdin and the King of Thieves.
  • Uses the Laser LET bumpers for "Now in Theaters" (voiceover by Brian Cummings), "Coming Soon to Theaters" (voiceover by Mark Elliot as "Coming to theaters from Walt Disney Pictures"), "Now on Videocassette" (voiceover by Brian Cummings), "Coming Soon to Videocassette" (voiceover by Brian Cummings as "And now, coming soon to videocassette"), and "Feature Presentation" (voiceover by Mark Elliot), all with the first eight notes of "Great Ovation".
  • Closes with a promo for Sailor Moon.
  • Dubbed in English by Streamline Pictures.
  • Voices by Jodi Benson, Jeff Bergman, Steve Bulen, Corey Burton, Nicolas Cage, Lara Cody, Jim Cummings, Peter Cullen, Grey DeLisle, Juliana Donald (credited as "Julie Donald"), Rebecca Forstadt, Alexandra Kenworthy, Val Kilmer, Wendee Lee, Katie Leigh, Carl Macek, Tress MacNeille, Melanie MacQueen, Brittany Murphy, Patti Parris, Will Ryan, Ken Sansom (credited as "Rabbit", also in staff under his own name as "Assistant to Mr. Rabbit"), Gregory Snegoff, and Cree Summer.
  • Released as part of the Streamline Pictures Video Comics lineup.
  • THX-certified, uses the Broadway trailer with the theatrical-pitched Deep Note.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Rank Video Services America in Northbrook using Otari TMD equipment.
  • Though feature-length and duplicated in SP mode, this release closes with a white screen test pattern followed by a few minutes of blank tape and the moaning sound.
  • The 1988 barcode has green sides.
Sailor Moon R Vol. 3
From Walt Disney Television, Streamline Pictures, All-American Television, and WNET New York
Walt Disney Home Video Japan/USA 1993 108 min English-dubbed version NR 16mm 1 N/A Color February 28, 1996
  • Opens with trailers for Muppet Treasure Island, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, and Sailor Moon SuperS: The Black Dream Hole, a promo for the Disney Princess Collection, and trailers for The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh and Aladdin and the King of Thieves.
  • Uses the Laser LET bumpers for "Now in Theaters" (voiceover by Brian Cummings), "Coming Soon to Theaters" (voiceover by Mark Elliot as "Coming to theaters from Walt Disney Pictures"), "Now on Videocassette" (voiceover by Brian Cummings), "Coming Soon to Videocassette" (voiceover by Brian Cummings as "And now, coming soon to videocassette"), and "Feature Presentation" (voiceover by Mark Elliot), all with the first eight notes of "Great Ovation".
  • Closes with a promo for Sailor Moon.
  • Dubbed in English by Streamline Pictures.
  • Voices by Jodi Benson, Jeff Bergman, Steve Bulen, Corey Burton, Nicolas Cage, Lara Cody, Jim Cummings, Peter Cullen, Grey DeLisle, Juliana Donald (credited as "Julie Donald"), Rebecca Forstadt, Alexandra Kenworthy, Val Kilmer, Wendee Lee, Katie Leigh, Carl Macek, Tress MacNeille, Melanie MacQueen, Brittany Murphy, Patti Parris, Will Ryan, Ken Sansom (credited as "Rabbit", also in staff under his own name as "Assistant to Mr. Rabbit"), Gregory Snegoff, and Cree Summer.
  • Released as part of the Streamline Pictures Video Comics lineup.
  • THX-certified, uses the Broadway trailer with the theatrical-pitched Deep Note.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Rank Video Services America in Northbrook using Otari TMD equipment.
  • Though feature-length and duplicated in SP mode, this release closes with a white screen test pattern followed by a few minutes of blank tape and the moaning sound.
  • The 1988 barcode has cyan sides.
Sailor Moon R Vol. 4
From Walt Disney Television, Streamline Pictures, All-American Television, and WNET New York
Walt Disney Home Video Japan/USA 1993 108 min English-dubbed version NR 16mm 1 N/A Color February 28, 1996
  • Opens with trailers for Muppet Treasure Island, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, and Sailor Moon SuperS: The Black Dream Hole, a promo for the Disney Princess Collection, and trailers for The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh and Aladdin and the King of Thieves.
  • Uses the Laser LET bumpers for "Now in Theaters" (voiceover by Brian Cummings), "Coming Soon to Theaters" (voiceover by Mark Elliot as "Coming to theaters from Walt Disney Pictures"), "Now on Videocassette" (voiceover by Brian Cummings), "Coming Soon to Videocassette" (voiceover by Brian Cummings as "And now, coming soon to videocassette"), and "Feature Presentation" (voiceover by Mark Elliot), all with the first eight notes of "Great Ovation".
  • Closes with a promo for Sailor Moon.
  • Dubbed in English by Streamline Pictures.
  • Voices by Jodi Benson, Jeff Bergman, Steve Bulen, Corey Burton, Nicolas Cage, Ardwight Chamberlain, Cheryl Chase, Lara Cody, Jim Cummings, Peter Cullen, Grey DeLisle, Juliana Donald (credited as "Julie Donald"), Rebecca Forstadt, Alexandra Kenworthy, Val Kilmer, Wendee Lee, Katie Leigh, Carl Macek, Tress MacNeille, Melanie MacQueen, Brittany Murphy, Patti Parris, Will Ryan, Ken Sansom (credited as "Rabbit", also in staff under his own name as "Assistant to Mr. Rabbit"), Gregory Snegoff, and Cree Summer.
  • Released as part of the Streamline Pictures Video Comics lineup.
  • THX-certified, uses the Broadway trailer with the theatrical-pitched Deep Note.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Rank Video Services America in Northbrook using Otari TMD equipment.
  • Though feature-length and duplicated in SP mode, this release closes with a white screen test pattern followed by a few minutes of blank tape and the moaning sound.
  • The 1988 barcode has magenta sides.
Sailor Moon R Vol. 5
From Walt Disney Television, Streamline Pictures, All-American Television, and WNET New York
Walt Disney Home Video Japan/USA 1993 108 min English-dubbed version NR 16mm 1 N/A Color February 28, 1996
  • Opens with trailers for Muppet Treasure Island, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, and Sailor Moon SuperS: The Black Dream Hole, a promo for the Disney Princess Collection, and trailers for The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh and Aladdin and the King of Thieves.
  • Uses the Laser LET bumpers for "Now in Theaters" (voiceover by Brian Cummings), "Coming Soon to Theaters" (voiceover by Mark Elliot as "Coming to theaters from Walt Disney Pictures"), "Now on Videocassette" (voiceover by Brian Cummings), "Coming Soon to Videocassette" (voiceover by Brian Cummings as "And now, coming soon to videocassette"), and "Feature Presentation" (voiceover by Mark Elliot), all with the first eight notes of "Great Ovation".
  • Closes with a promo for Sailor Moon.
  • Dubbed in English by Streamline Pictures.
  • Voices by Jodi Benson, Jeff Bergman, Steve Bulen, Corey Burton, Nicolas Cage, Ardwight Chamberlain, Cheryl Chase, Lara Cody, Jim Cummings, Peter Cullen, Grey DeLisle, Juliana Donald (credited as "Julie Donald"), Rebecca Forstadt, Mark Hamill, Alexandra Kenworthy, Wendee Lee, Katie Leigh, Carl Macek, Tress MacNeille, Melanie MacQueen, Patti Parris, Will Ryan, Ken Sansom (credited as "Rabbit", also in staff under his own name as "Assistant to Mr. Rabbit"), Gregory Snegoff, Cree Summer, and Paul Winchell.
  • Released as part of the Streamline Pictures Video Comics lineup.
  • THX-certified, uses the Broadway trailer with the theatrical-pitched Deep Note.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Rank Video Services America in Northbrook using Otari TMD equipment.
  • Though feature-length and duplicated in SP mode, this release closes with a white screen test pattern followed by a few minutes of blank tape and the moaning sound.
  • The 1988 barcode has cyan sides.
Sailor Moon R: The Promise of the Rose
From Walt Disney Pictures and Streamline Pictures
Walt Disney Home Video Japan/USA 1993 83 min English-dubbed version PG Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color February 28, 1996
  • Opens with trailers for Muppet Treasure Island, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, and Sailor Moon SuperS: The Black Dream Hole, a promo for the Disney Princess Collection, trailers for The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh and Aladdin and the King of Thieves, and the short subject Make Up! Sailor Soldiers.
  • Uses the Laser LET bumpers for "Now in Theaters" (voiceover by Brian Cummings), "Coming Soon to Theaters" (voiceover by Mark Elliot as "Coming to theaters from Walt Disney Pictures"), "Now on Videocassette" (voiceover by Brian Cummings), "Coming Soon to Videocassette" (voiceover by Brian Cummings as "And now, coming soon to videocassette"), and "Feature Presentation" (voiceover by Mark Elliot), all with the first eight notes of "Great Ovation".
  • Closes with a promo for Sailor Moon.
  • Letterboxed.
  • Dubbed in English by Streamline Pictures.
  • Voices by Catherine Battistone (Xenian), Jodi Benson (Amy Mizuno/Sailor Mercury), Nicolas Cage (Artemis), Cheryl Chase (Bonnie Tsukino), Lara Cody (Minako Aino/Sailor Venus and Luna), Grey DeLisle (Ray Hino/Sailor Mars), Juliana Donald (credited as "Julie Donald") (additional voices), Rebecca Forstadt (Bunny Tsukino/Sailor Moon), Alexandra Kenworthy (additional voices), Val Kilmer (Fiore), Katie Leigh (additional voices), Carl Macek (additional voices), Melanie MacQueen (Makoto Kino/Sailor Jupiter), Patti Parris (additional voices), Brad Renfro (young Fiore), Will Ryan (additional voices), Gregory Snegoff (Marty Chiba/Tuxedo Mask), and Elijah Wood (young Marty).
  • Released as part of the Streamline Pictures Video Comics lineup.
  • THX-certified, uses the Broadway trailer with the theatrical-pitched Deep Note.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Rank Video Services America in Northbrook using Otari TMD equipment.
  • Though feature-length and duplicated in SP mode, this release closes with a white screen test pattern followed by a few minutes of blank tape and the moaning sound.
  • The 1988 barcode does not have colored sides.
Saludos Amigos Walt Disney Home Video USA 1942 42 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color June 1982 TBD
Santa Claus Conquers the Martians
From Embassy Pictures
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1964 82 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color November 18, 1986
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Packaged in a black padded clamshell similar to Cartoon Classics Limited Gold Edition and The Classics releases.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
  • Opens with the dark red FBI warnings, then the trailers for the Classics release of Sleeping Beauty and Flight of the Navigator before the standard Video Dealer Announcement.
  • This tape is one of the first tapes to use the 1986-1995 Buena Vista Home Video logo.
Santa Fe Trail
From MGM/UA Entertainment
Walt Disney Home Video USA 1940 110 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white November 5, 1985
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Packaged in a black padded clamshell similar to Cartoon Classics Limited Gold Edition and The Classics releases.
  • Preserves the Warner Bros. Pictures logo at the start.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Bell & Howell/Columbia Pictures/Paramount Video Services in Northbrook.
Santa Fe Trail
From MGM/UA Entertainment
Walt Disney Home Video USA 1940 110 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white September 1, 1993
  • Reissue as part of the Best of Cinema Classics.
The Scarlet Pimpernel
From the Rank Organization
Buena Vista Home Video UK 1935 94 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white September 28, 1989
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
Scrooge
From Twickenham Productions
Buena Vista Home Video UK 1935 79 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white November 18, 1986
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Packaged in a black padded clamshell similar to Cartoon Classics Limited Gold Edition and The Classics releases.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
  • Opens with the dark red FBI warnings, then the trailers for the Classics release of Sleeping Beauty and Flight of the Navigator before the standard Video Dealer Announcement.
  • This tape is one of the first tapes to use the 1986-1995 Buena Vista Home Video logo.
Secret Agent
From the Rank Organisation
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1936 86 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white September 28, 1989
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
Sherlock Holmes and the Secret Weapon
From Warner Bros. Pictures
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1942 68 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white September 28, 1989
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
Sidewalks of London
From Mayflower Pictures
Buena Vista Home Video UK 1938 85 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white April 18, 1989
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
  • One of the first titles with the 1989-2003 Buena Vista Home Video logo.
The Snows of Kilimanjaro
From 20th Century Fox
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1952 115 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color April 15, 1988
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
So Dear to My Heart Walt Disney Home Video USA 1948 82 min 1964 theatrical version G Academy 1 N/A Color March 15, 1991
  • Opens with a behind-the-scenes trailer for Beauty and the Beast and video trailers for The Jungle Book and The Rescuers Down Under.
Song of the South Walt Disney Home Video USA 1946 94 min Standard version G Academy 1 N/A Color November 1982
  • Closes with the Walt Disney and You promo.
A Star Is Born
From Warner Bros. Pictures
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1937 111 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color April 18, 1989
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
  • Preserves the Selznick logo at the start.
  • One of the first titles with the 1989-2003 Buena Vista Home Video logo.
A Star Is Born
From Warner Bros. Pictures
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1937 111 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color September 1, 1993
  • Reissue as part of the Best of Cinema Classics.
Stage Door Canteen
From Principal Artists Productions
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1943 132 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white September 28, 1989
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
The Strange Cases of Dr. Kildare
From Turner Entertainment
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1940 77 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white March 16, 1990
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Livonia.
Suddenly
From the Estate of Robert Bassler
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1954 76 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white November 18, 1986
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Packaged in a black padded clamshell similar to Cartoon Classics Limited Gold Edition and The Classics releases.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
  • Opens with the dark red FBI warnings, then the trailers for the Classics release of Sleeping Beauty and Flight of the Navigator before the standard Video Dealer Announcement.
  • This tape is one of the first tapes to use the 1986-1995 Buena Vista Home Video logo.
Sundown
From Home Box Office
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1941 90 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white April 18, 1989
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
  • One of the first titles with the 1989-2003 Buena Vista Home Video logo.
Super Mario Bros.: The Great Mission to Rescue Princess Peach!
From Rysher Entertainment
Walt Disney Home Video Japan 1986 60 min English-dubbed version G Academy 1 N/A Color April 30, 1993
  • Opens with promos for Fraggle Rock ("coming this summer from Jim Henson Video...") and Billy Bunny's Animal Songs ("coming on video").
  • Uses the Jim Henson Video version of the Feature Program bumper, with the voiceover by Jim Cummings and the last few seconds of "All for Just One Thin Dime".
  • Closes with a trailer for Super Mario Bros. and a promo for Winnie the Pooh Storybook Classics (1993 version).
  • Dubbed in English by Frontier Enterprises.
  • Voices by Walter Carroll (Kibidango/Prince Haru), Tom Clark (Mario), Deborah DeSnoo (Bowser's Minions), Cliff Harrington (Koopa Priest), Michelle Hart (Princess Peach), Mary Malone (Lakitu and Miss Endless), Jeff Manning (Luigi), Richard Nieskins (Hammer Bros.), William Ross (Mushroom Hermit), Carrie Sakai (Bowser's Minions), Gerri Sorrells (Bowser's Minions), Rumiko Varnes (Mushroom Retainers), and Mike Worman (Bowser).
Super Mario Bros.: The Great Mission to Rescue Princess Peach!
From Rysher Entertainment
Walt Disney Home Video Japan 1986 60 min English-dubbed version G Academy 1 N/A Color August 11, 1995
  • Opens with promos for Muppet Classic Theater ("only on videocassette..."), Bright Beginnings, and Jim Henson's Preschool Collection (August 1995 edition).
  • Uses the Jim Henson Video version of the Feature Program bumper, with the voiceover by Jim Cummings and the last few seconds of "All for Just One Thin Dime".
  • Closes with a Virtual Boy promo.
  • Dubbed in English by Frontier Enterprises.
  • Voices by Walter Carroll (Kibidango/Prince Haru), Tom Clark (Mario), Deborah DeSnoo (Bowser's Minions), Cliff Harrington (Koopa Priest), Michelle Hart (Princess Peach), Mary Malone (Lakitu and Miss Endless), Jeff Manning (Luigi), Richard Nieskins (Hammer Bros.), William Ross (Mushroom Hermit), Carrie Sakai (Bowser's Minions), Gerri Sorrells (Bowser's Minions), Rumiko Varnes (Mushroom Retainers), and Mike Worman (Bowser).
Super Mario Bros.: The Great Mission to Rescue Princess Peach!
From Rysher Entertainment
Walt Disney Home Video Japan 1986 60 min English-dubbed version G Academy 1 N/A Color September 10, 1996
  • Opens with promos for Favorite Stories (September 1996), Winnie the Pooh (July 1996), and Disney Sing-Along Songs (June 1996).
  • Uses the Jim Henson Video version of the Feature Program bumper, with the voiceover by Jim Cummings and the last few seconds of "All for Just One Thin Dime".
  • Closes with promos for Game Boy Pocket and Nintendo 64.
  • Dubbed in English by Frontier Enterprises.
  • Voices by Walter Carroll (Kibidango/Prince Haru), Tom Clark (Mario), Deborah DeSnoo (Bowser's Minions), Cliff Harrington (Koopa Priest), Michelle Hart (Princess Peach), Mary Malone (Lakitu and Miss Endless), Jeff Manning (Luigi), Richard Nieskins (Hammer Bros.), William Ross (Mushroom Hermit), Carrie Sakai (Bowser's Minions), Gerri Sorrells (Bowser's Minions), Rumiko Varnes (Mushroom Retainers), and Mike Worman (Bowser).
The Terror
From Orion Pictures
Walt Disney Home Video USA 1963 81 min Standard version NR Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color November 5, 1985
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Packaged in a black padded clamshell similar to Cartoon Classics Limited Gold Edition and The Classics releases.
  • Preserves the American International logo at the start.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Bell & Howell/Columbia Pictures/Paramount Video Services in Northbrook.
The Terror
From Orion Pictures
Walt Disney Home Video USA 1963 81 min Standard version NR Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color September 1, 1993
  • Reissue as part of the Best of Cinema Classics.
Things to Come
From the Rank Organization
Buena Vista Home Video UK 1936 114 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white April 14, 1987
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Packaged in a black padded clamshell similar to Cartoon Classics Limited Gold Edition and The Classics releases.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
  • This issue uses the dark red FBI warning screens & video dealer announcement.
The Three Caballeros Walt Disney Home Video USA 1945 71 min 1960s theatrical version G Academy 1 N/A Color September 18, 1992
  • Opens with video trailers for Beauty and the Beast, The Rescuers and The Great Mouse Detective. Closes with a video trailer for 101 Dalmatians.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Livonia.
Three Men from Texas
From Hopalong Cassidy Enterprises
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1940 76 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white April 18, 1989
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
  • One of the first titles with the 1989-2003 Buena Vista Home Video logo.
The Three Stooges
From Columbia Pictures
Walt Disney Home Video USA 1949 100 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white November 5, 1985
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Packaged in a black padded clamshell similar to Cartoon Classics Limited Gold Edition and The Classics releases.
  • Includes the short subjects "Disorder in the Court", "Brideless Groom", "Sing a Song of Six Pants", "Malice in the Palace", and "Jerks of All Trades".
  • Exclusively duplicated at Bell & Howell/Columbia Pictures/Paramount Video Services in Northbrook.
The Three Stooges
From Columbia Pictures
Walt Disney Home Video USA 1949 100 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white September 1, 1993
  • Reissue as part of the Best of Cinema Classics.
Tillie's Punctuated Romance
From CST Entertainment
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1914 100 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white October 4, 1988
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
Till the Clouds Roll By
From Turner Entertainment
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1946 133 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color October 6, 1987
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • From the fifth wave and beyond, all tapes were packed in slipcase format.
  • Preserves the MGM logo at the start.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
Till the Clouds Roll By
From Turner Entertainment
Walt Disney Home Video USA 1946 133 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color September 1, 1993
  • Reissue as part of the Best of Cinema Classics.
Topper Returns
From Qintex Entertainment
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1941 88 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white September 28, 1989
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
A Town Called Hell
From the Peter Rodgers Organization
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1971 96 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color October 6, 1987
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • From the fifth wave and beyond, all tapes were packed in slipcase format.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
Toy Story Walt Disney Home Video USA 1995 81 min Standard version G TBD 1 N/A Color October 17, 2000
  • Opens with almost the same trailers that appear on the VHS release of Toy Story 2, except it also has a preview for Toy Story 2.
  • Includes the Tin Toy short.
  • Closes with the "You've Got a Friend in Me", The Making of Toy Story, and a video trailer for Buzz Lightyear of Star Command: The Adventure Begins.
  • THX-certified, uses the Tex trailer. It appears after the format screen and before the film starts.
The Trail Beyond
From Republic Pictures
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1934 55 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white October 6, 1987
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • From the fifth wave and beyond, all tapes were packed in slipcase format.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
Under California Stars
From Republic Pictures
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1948 70 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color September 28, 1989
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
Utopia
From Raymond Eger Productions
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1951 82 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white March 16, 1990
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Livonia.
Urusei Yatsura: Only You
From Toho, Walt Disney Productions, ITC Film Distributors, and Lucille Ball Productions
Walt Disney Home Video Japan/USA 1983 101 min Standard version PG Academy 1 N/A Color July 1984
  • The earliest Disney videocassette release to be issued in a cardboard slipcover.
  • Dubbed in English by Glen Glenn Sound, with a few characters dubbed at Frontier Enterprises.
  • Voices by Desi Arnaz Jr. (Ataru Moroboshi), Lucie Arnaz (Lum), Drew Barrymore (young Elle), Dick Billingsley (young Ataru), Mel Blanc (Ataru's father and additional voices), Cam Clarke (additional voices), Townsend Coleman (Perm and additional voices), Peter Cullen (Shutaro Mendo), Walker Edminston (additional voices), June Foray (Ten, Sakura, Barbara, and additional voices), Rebecca Forstadt (Ran), Barry Gordon (additional voices), Casey Kasem (additional voices), Patricia Kobayashi (Princess Kurama), Katie Leigh (additional voices), Malcolm McDowell (Megane), Don Messick (additional voices), Diane Michelle (Shinobu Miyake), Howie Morris (Chibi), Heather North (Oyuki), Rob Paulsen (additional voices), Will Ryan (additional voices), Arnold Schwarzenegger (Rei), Hal Smith (additional voices), Sissy Spacek (Elle), Gregory Starr (Lum's father), Patricia Stevens (Benten), Sharon Stone (Nanabake Rose), Janet Waldo (Ataru's mother and additional voices), Frank Welker (Kakugari and additional voices), Paul Winchell (Cherry), and Reiko Yamada (Lum's mother).
  • Exclusively duplicated at Bell & Howell/Columbia Pictures/Paramount Video Services in Northbrook on TDK videotape stock.
  • No test pattern appears on this release.
Vengeance Valley
From Turner Entertainment
Buena Vista Home Video USA 1951 82 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color November 18, 1986
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Packaged in a black padded clamshell similar to Cartoon Classics Limited Gold Edition and The Classics releases.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Technicolor Videocassette in Newbury Park.
  • Opens with the dark red FBI warnings, then the trailers for the Classics release of Sleeping Beauty and Flight of the Navigator before the standard Video Dealer Announcement.
  • This tape is one of the first tapes to use the 1986-1995 Buena Vista Home Video logo.
Le Visionarium
From Walt Disney Attractions, Rhythm and Hues, and Groupe Renault
Walt Disney Home Video France 1992 20 min Standard version G Circle-Vision 360 1 N/A Color February 12, 1993
  • In French with English subtitles.
  • The action is presented across three 4:3 screens at the top of the picture, with footage below of the Timekeeper on the left and bluescreen effects on the right. The prologue is shown in four rows of six (a total of 24) 4:3 screens and is also closer to the top of the picture. The English subtitles are shown at the bottom of the picture.
  • Closes with a teaser for the Walt Disney World version, From Time to Time.
  • The present day year on this release is 1993 A.D.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Allied Film & Video in Elk Grove Village.
Le Visionarium
From Walt Disney Attractions, Rhythm and Hues, and Groupe Renault
Walt Disney Home Video France 1992 20 min Standard version G Circle-Vision 360 1 N/A Color February 18, 1994
  • In French with English subtitles.
  • The action is presented across three 4:3 screens at the top of the picture, with footage below of the Timekeeper on the left and bluescreen effects on the right. The prologue is shown in four rows of six (a total of 24) 4:3 screens and is also closer to the top of the picture. The English subtitles are shown at the bottom of the picture.
  • Opens with promos for Winnie the Pooh Playtime and Disney Sing-Along Songs (October 1993). Closes with a teaser for the Walt Disney World version, From Time to Time, and the 1994 promo for Winnie the Pooh Storybook Classics.
  • The present day year on this release is 1994 A.D.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Allied Film & Video in Elk Grove Village.
Le Visionarium
From Walt Disney Attractions, Rhythm and Hues, and Groupe Renault
Walt Disney Home Video France 1992 20 min Standard version G Circle-Vision 360 1 N/A Color March 3, 1995
  • In French with English subtitles.
  • The action is presented across three 4:3 screens at the top of the picture, with footage below of the Timekeeper on the left and bluescreen effects on the right. The prologue is shown in four rows of six (a total of 24) 4:3 screens and is also closer to the top of the picture. The English subtitles are shown at the bottom of the picture.
  • Opens with a promo for Winnie the Pooh Learning, the "Kokomo" music video, and the 1994 promo for Disney Sing-Along Songs. Closes with a promo for the Walt Disney World version, From Time to Time.
  • The present day year on this release is 1995 A.D.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Allied Digital Technologies in Elk Grove Village.
Le Visionarium
From Walt Disney Attractions, Rhythm and Hues, and Groupe Renault
Walt Disney Home Video France 1992 20 min Standard version G Circle-Vision 360 1 N/A Color February 28, 1996
  • In French with English subtitles.
  • The action is presented across three 4:3 screens at the top of the picture, with footage below of the Timekeeper on the left and bluescreen effects on the right. The prologue is shown in four rows of six (a total of 24) 4:3 screens and is also closer to the top of the picture. The English subtitles are shown at the bottom of the picture.
  • Opens with promos for Disney Sing-Along Songs (February 1996), Winnie the Pooh (January 1996), and Favorite Stories (January 1996). Closes with a promo for the Walt Disney World version, The Timekeeper.
  • The present day year on this release is 1996 A.D.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Allied Digital Technologies in Elk Grove Village.
Le Visionarium
From Walt Disney Attractions, Rhythm and Hues, and Groupe Renault
Walt Disney Home Video France 1992 20 min Standard version G Circle-Vision 360 1 N/A Color February 18, 1997
  • In French with English subtitles.
  • The action is presented across three 4:3 screens at the top of the picture, with footage below of the Timekeeper on the left and bluescreen effects on the right. The prologue is shown in four rows of six (a total of 24) 4:3 screens and is also closer to the top of the picture. The English subtitles are shown at the bottom of the picture.
  • Opens with promos for the Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree interactive CD-ROM, Winnie the Pooh (February 1997), The Adventures of Spot (July 1996), and Disney Sing-Along Songs (June 1996). Closes with a promo for the Walt Disney World version, The Timekeeper.
  • The present day year on this release is 1997 A.D.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Allied Digital Technologies in Elk Grove Village.
Le Visionarium
From Walt Disney Attractions, Rhythm and Hues, and Groupe Renault
Walt Disney Home Video France 1992 20 min Standard version G Circle-Vision 360 1 N/A Color March 3, 1998
  • In French with English subtitles.
  • The action is presented across three 4:3 screens at the top of the picture, with footage below of the Timekeeper on the left and bluescreen effects on the right. The prologue is shown in four rows of six (a total of 24) 4:3 screens and is also closer to the top of the picture. The English subtitles are shown at the bottom of the picture.
  • Opens with promos for Winnie the Pooh (March 1998), The Adventures of Spot (March 1998), Disney Sing-Along Songs (March 1998), and Disney's Learning Series: Winnie the Pooh. Closes with a promo for the Walt Disney World version, The Timekeeper.
  • The present day year on this release is 1998 A.D.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Allied Digital Technologies in Elk Grove Village.
Le Visionarium
From Walt Disney Attractions, Rhythm and Hues, and Groupe Renault
Walt Disney Home Video France 1992 20 min Standard version G Circle-Vision 360 1 N/A Color February 23, 1999
  • In French with English subtitles.
  • The action is presented across three 4:3 screens at the top of the picture, with footage below of the Timekeeper on the left and bluescreen effects on the right. The prologue is shown in four rows of six (a total of 24) 4:3 screens and is also closer to the top of the picture. The English subtitles are shown at the bottom of the picture.
  • Opens with promos for Winnie the Pooh (March 1998), The Adventures of Spot (March 1998), and Disney Sing-Along Songs (February 1999), a trailer for The Brave Little Toaster to the Rescue, and promos for Disney's Learning Series: Winnie the Pooh and Out of the Box. Closes with a promo for the Walt Disney World version, The Timekeeper.
  • The present day year on this release is 1999 A.D.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Allied Digital Technologies in Elk Grove Village.
Le Visionarium
From Walt Disney Attractions, Rhythm and Hues, and Groupe Renault
Walt Disney Home Video France 1992 20 min Standard version G Circle-Vision 360 1 N/A Color March 7, 2000
  • In French with English subtitles.
  • The action is presented across three 4:3 screens at the top of the picture, with footage below of the Timekeeper on the left and bluescreen effects on the right. The prologue is shown in four rows of six (a total of 24) 4:3 screens and is also closer to the top of the picture. The English subtitles are shown at the bottom of the picture.
  • Opens with trailers for The Tigger Movie, The Little Mermaid II: Return to the Sea, and Toy Story 2, and promos for Discover Spot, the Walt Disney Gold Classic Collection, Winnie the Pooh (March 1998), and Playhouse Disney. Closes with a promo for the Walt Disney World version, The Timekeeper.
  • The present day year on this release is 2000 A.D.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Allied Vaughn in Elk Grove Village.
Le Visionarium
From Walt Disney Attractions, Rhythm and Hues, and Groupe Renault
Walt Disney Home Video France 1992 20 min Standard version G Circle-Vision 360 1 N/A Color August 28, 2001
  • In French with English subtitles.
  • The action is presented across three 4:3 screens at the top of the picture, with footage below of the Timekeeper on the left and bluescreen effects on the right. The prologue is shown in four rows of six (a total of 24) 4:3 screens and is also closer to the top of the picture. The English subtitles are shown at the bottom of the picture.
  • Opens with a trailer for Dumbo, promos for The Book of Pooh and Rolie Polie Olie: A Jingle Jangle Holiday, a trailer for Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed In at the House of Mouse, and promos for Disney's Halloween Haunts and Playhouse Disney.
  • The present day year on this release is 2001 A.D.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Allied Vaughn in Elk Grove Village.
  • Put on unannounced moratorium on September 11, 2001, after the destruction of the World Trade Center.
Le Visionarium
From Walt Disney Attractions, Rhythm and Hues, and Groupe Renault
Walt Disney Home Video France 1992 20 min Standard version G Circle-Vision 360 1 N/A Color January 8, 2002
  • In French with English subtitles.
  • The action is presented across three 4:3 screens at the top of the picture, with footage below of the Timekeeper on the left and bluescreen effects on the right. The prologue is shown in four rows of six (a total of 24) 4:3 screens and is also closer to the top of the picture. The English subtitles are shown at the bottom of the picture.
  • Opens with trailers for Cinderella II: Dreams Come True and The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, and promos for Rolie Polie Olie and Playhouse Disney.
  • The present day year on this release is 2000 A.D.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Allied Vaughn in Elk Grove Village.
White Zombie
From Joseph Brenner Associates
Walt Disney Home Video USA 1932 68 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white November 5, 1985
  • Part of the Cinema Classics collection of public domain material.
  • Packaged in a black padded clamshell similar to Cartoon Classics Limited Gold Edition and The Classics releases.
  • Preserves the United Artists logo at the start.
  • Exclusively duplicated at Bell & Howell/Columbia Pictures/Paramount Video Services in Northbrook.
White Zombie
From Joseph Brenner Associates
Walt Disney Home Video USA 1932 68 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white September 1, 1993
  • Reissue as part of the Best of Cinema Classics.

Columbia TriStar Home Video[edit]

Title Label Country of origin Original year Length Version MPAA rating Film format Tape count Tape break placement (if applicable) Color Released Note(s)
Annie RCA/Columbia Pictures Home Video USA/Spain 1982 128 min Standard version PG Panavision 1 N/A Color June 5, 1985
  • Dubbed in Spanish by Sonoblok.
Army of Shadows
From Gaumont
RCA/Columbia Pictures Home Video France/Italy 1969 145 min Standard version NR Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color February 1984
  • In French with English subtitles.
Carnival of Heretics
From International Film Exchange
RCA/Columbia Pictures Home Video Czechoslovakia 1968 95 min Standard version NR Matted 1.66 1 N/A Black and white September 1984
  • In Czech with English subtitles.
Conan the Destroyer
From Dino de Laurentiis
RCA/Columbia Pictures Home Video USA 1984 101 min Standard version PG J-D-C Scope 1 N/A Color November 19, 1984 TBD
Dear Detective
From Cinema 5 Distributing
RCA/Columbia Pictures Home Video France 1978 105 min Standard version PG Matted 1.66 1 N/A Color July 1983
  • In French with English subtitles.
Le deuxième souffle
From Triumph Films
RCA/Columbia Pictures Home Video France 1966 140 min Standard version NR Matted 1.66 1 N/A Black and white February 1984
  • In French with English subtitles.
Encuentros cercanos del tercer tipo RCA/Columbia Pictures Home Video USA 1977 132 min Special Edition PG Panavision 1 N/A Color June 5, 1985
  • In English with Spanish subtitles.
Kramer contra Kramer RCA/Columbia Pictures Home Video USA/Mexico 1979 105 min Standard version PG Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color June 5, 1985
  • Dubbed in Spanish by Telespeciales, S.A.
El pelotón chiflado RCA/Columbia Pictures Home Video USA 1981 106 min Standard version R Panavision 1 N/A Color June 5, 1985
  • In English with Spanish subtitles.
Relámpago Azul RCA/Columbia Pictures Home Video USA/Mexico 1983 109 min Standard version R Panavision 1 N/A Color June 5, 1985
  • Dubbed in Spanish by SISSA-ORUGA.
Shampoo RCA/Columbia Pictures Home Video USA/Mexico 1975 110 min Standard version R Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color December 3, 1985
  • Dubbed in Spanish by Estudios Sonoros Mexicanos.
Tootsie RCA/Columbia Pictures Home Video USA 1982 116 min Standard version PG Panavision 1 N/A Color June 5, 1985
  • Dubbed in Spanish by ESM International Dubbing, Inc.
T.J. Hooker
From Columbia Pictures Television
Columbia Pictures Home Entertainment USA 1982 74 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color November 1982
  • Contains the pilot episode, "The Protectors".

GoodTimes Entertainment[edit]

Title Label(s) Country of origin Original year Length Version MPAA rating Film format Tape count Tape break placement (if applicable) Color Released Note(s)
Generation X
From New World Entertainment
GoodTimes Home Video USA 1996 88 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color September 17, 1996

HBO Video[edit]

Title Label Country of origin Original year Length Version MPAA rating Film format Tape count Tape break placement (if applicable) Color Released Note(s)
The 36th Chamber of Shaolin
From World Northal Corporation
Thorn EMI/HBO Video Hong Kong/China 1978 115 min Standard version R Shawscope 1 N/A Color January 22, 1986
  • Dubbed in English by Axis International.
  • Voices by Chris Hilton and Ted Thomas.
El acorralado
From Weintraub Entertainment Group
HBO Video USA/Mexico 1982 93 min Standard version R Panavision 1 N/A Color September 9, 1987
  • Dubbed in Spanish by Telespeciales, S.A.
Amityville 3: The Demon
From Dino De Laurentiis
Thorn EMI Video USA/Mexico 1983 109 min Standard version PG ArriVision 1 N/A Color March 1984
  • Closes with the Fall 1983 Thorn EMI trailer reel.
Amityville 3-D
From Dino De Laurentiis
Thorn EMI Video USA/Mexico 1983 109 min 3D version PG ArriVision 1 N/A Color March 1984
  • Closes with the Fall 1983 Thorn EMI trailer reel.
Amityville II: The Possession
From Dino de Laurentiis
Thorn EMI Video USA/Mexico 1982 104 min Standard version R Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color February 1983 TBD
Ants
From Alan Landsburg Productions
Thorn EMI Video USA 1977 100 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color April 10, 1985
  • Closes with the April 1985 Thorn EMI/HBO trailer reel (full-length version).
Asesinato en el Orient Express
From Weintraub Entertainment Group
HBO Video UK/Spain 1974 128 min Standard version PG Matted 1.66 1 N/A Color September 9, 1987
  • Dubbed in Spanish by Doyson-Arcofon.
Ashes and Diamonds
From the Janus Collection
Thorn EMI/HBO Video Poland 1958 103 min Standard version NR Matted 1.66 1 N/A Black and white March 1986 TBD
The Beastmaster
From EMI Films
Thorn EMI Video USA/West Germany 1982 118 min Standard version PG Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color August 1983 TBD
Brazil
From Embassy International Pictures
Thorn EMI/HBO Video UK/USA 1985 142 min International version R Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color September 18, 1985 TBD
Código de silencio
From Orion Pictures
HBO Video USA/Mexico 1985 100 min Standard version R Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color September 9, 1987
  • Dubbed in Spanish by SISSA-ORUGA.
Comfort and Joy
From Thorn EMI Screen Entertainment
Thorn EMI Video UK 1984 106 min Standard version PG Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color April 10, 1985
  • Closes with the April 1985 Thorn EMI/HBO trailer reel (full-length version).
Conan the Barbarian
From Dino de Laurentiis
Thorn EMI Video USA/Mexico 1982 129 min Standard version R Todd-AO 35 1 N/A Color August 1982 TBD
Cross of Iron
From EMI Films
Thorn EMI Video UK/West Germany 1977 133 min Standard version R Matted 1.66 1 N/A Color January 1985 TBD
De vuelta al colegio
From Orion Pictures
HBO Video USA/Mexico 1986 96 min Standard version PG-13 Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color September 9, 1987
  • Dubbed in Spanish by SISSA-ORUGA.
Dead and Buried
From Producers Sales Organization
Thorn EMI Video USA 1981 92 min Standard version R Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color August 1983
  • Closes with the Fall 1982 Thorn EMI trailer reel.
Death Ship
From Cannon Films
HBO/Cannon Video Canada/UK 1980 91 min Standard version R Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color October 8, 1986
  • Uses the Thorn EMI/HBO Video print logos.
The Deer Hunter
From Cannon Films
HBO/Cannon Video USA 1978 184 min Standard version R Panavision 2 TBD Color March 1987 TBD
Desesperadamente buscando a Susana
From Orion Pictures
HBO Video USA/Mexico 1985 104 min Standard version PG-13 Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color September 9, 1987
  • Dubbed in Spanish by SISSA-ORUGA.
Dogs of Hell
From EO Corporation
Thorn EMI/HBO Video USA 1982 89 min Standard version R Future Dimensions 1 N/A Color July 17, 1985 TBD
The Driver
From Thorn EMI Screen Entertainment
Thorn EMI/HBO Video USA 1978 91 min Standard version R Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color May 15, 1985
  • Closes with the May 1985 Thorn EMI/HBO trailer reel.
Dune
From Dino de Laurentiis
Thorn EMI/HBO Video USA/Mexico 1984 137 min Standard version PG-13 Todd-AO 35 1 N/A Color May 15, 1985
  • Exclusively duplicated on 3M/Scotch videotape stock.
El espejo roto
From Weintraub Entertainment Group
HBO Video UK/Spain 1980 105 min Standard version PG Matted 1.66 1 N/A Color September 9, 1987
  • Dubbed in Spanish by Voz de España.
El exterminador
From Hemdale Film Corporation
HBO Video USA/Mexico 1984 107 min Standard version R Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color September 9, 1987
  • Dubbed in Spanish by SISSA-ORUGA.
Fire and Ice
From Producers Sales Organization
Thorn EMI Video USA 1983 81 min Standard version PG Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color January 1984
  • Closes with the Fall 1983 Thorn EMI trailer reel.
Firestarter
From Dino de Laurentiis
Thorn EMI Video USA 1984 114 min Standard version R J-D-C Scope 1 N/A Color October 1984
  • Closes with the Fall 1983 Thorn EMI trailer reel.
F/X: Efectos especiales
From Orion Pictures
HBO Video USA/Mexico 1986 108 min Standard version R Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color September 9, 1987
  • Dubbed in Spanish by SISSA-ORUGA.
A Generation
From the Janus Collection
Thorn EMI Video Poland 1955 83 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white December 1984
  • Closes with the Fall 1983 Thorn EMI trailer reel.
The Jazz Singer
From EMI Films
Thorn EMI Video USA 1980 115 min Standard version PG Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color April 27, 1983 TBD
Kanał
From the Janus Collection
Thorn EMI Video Poland 1957 95 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white January 1985
  • Closes with the Fall 1983 Thorn EMI trailer reel.
The King of Comedy
From Embassy International Pictures
Thorn EMI Video USA 1982 109 min Standard version PG Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color August 1983
  • Closes with the Fall 1982 Thorn EMI trailer reel.
Legend
From Embassy International Pictures
Thorn EMI/HBO Video USA 1985 93 min International version PG J-D-C Scope 1 N/A Color March 1986 TBD
Muerte bajo el sol
From Weintraub Entertainment Group
HBO Video UK/Spain 1982 117 min Standard version PG Matted 1.66 1 N/A Color September 9, 1987
  • Dubbed in Spanish by Voz de España.
Muerte en el Nilo
From Weintraub Entertainment Group
HBO Video UK/Spain 1978 140 min Standard version PG Matted 1.66 1 N/A Color September 9, 1987
  • Dubbed in Spanish by SAGO-EXA.
Murder on the Orient Express
From EMI Films
Thorn EMI Video UK 1974 128 min Standard version PG Matted 1.66 1 N/A Color August 1982 TBD
Noche sin fin
From Weintraub Entertainment Group
HBO Video UK/Spain 1978 95 min Standard version NR Matted 1.66 1 N/A Color September 9, 1987
  • Dubbed in Spanish.
Noticias escritas en sangre
From Orion Pictures
HBO Video USA/Mexico 1985 103 min Standard version R Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color September 9, 1987
  • Dubbed in Spanish by SISSA-ORUGA.
A Passage to India
From Thorn EMI Screen Entertainment
Thorn EMI/HBO Video UK/USA 1984 163 min Standard version PG Matted 1.66 1 N/A Color September 18, 1985 TBD
Pink Floyd: The Wall
From Goldcrest Films International
Thorn EMI Video UK 1982 95 min Standard version R Panavision 1 N/A Color October 1983
  • Closes with the Fall 1982 Thorn EMI trailer reel.
Race for the Yankee Zephyr
From Endeavour Productions
Thorn EMI Video Australia/New Zealand/USA 1981 91 min Standard version PG Panavision 1 N/A Color March 1984
  • Closes with the Fall 1983 Thorn EMI trailer reel.
Rambo: El acorralado, parte 2
From Weintraub Entertainment Group
HBO Video USA 1985 96 min Standard version R Panavision 1 N/A Color September 9, 1987
  • Dubbed in Spanish by Magnum Video Tape and Dubbing Company.
Remo Williams: La aventura comienza
From Orion Pictures
HBO Video USA/Mexico 1985 116 min Standard version PG-13 Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color September 9, 1987
  • Dubbed in Spanish by SISSA-ORUGA.
Rottweiler 3-D
From EO Corporation
Thorn EMI/HBO Video USA 1982 89 min 3D version R Future Dimensions 1 N/A Color July 17, 1985 TBD
The Savage Bees
From Alan Landsburg Productions
Thorn EMI Video USA 1976 90 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color April 10, 1985 TBD
Silver Bears
From Thorn EMI Screen Entertainment
Thorn EMI Video UK 1977 113 min Standard version PG Technovision 1 N/A Color April 1984 TBD
Tarantulas: The Deadly Cargo
From Alan Landsburg Productions
Thorn EMI Video USA 1977 100 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color April 10, 1985
  • Closes with the April 1985 Thorn EMI/HBO trailer reel (full-length version).
Terror Out of the Sky
From Alan Landsburg Productions
Thorn EMI Video USA 1978 97 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color April 10, 1985
  • Closes with the April 1985 Thorn EMI/HBO trailer reel (full-length version).
Water
From HandMade Films
HBO/Cannon Video UK 1985 98 min Standard version PG-13 Matted 1.75 1 N/A Color January 22, 1987 TBD
The Young Racers
From Orion Pictures
Thorn EMI/HBO Video USA 1963 84 min Standard version NR Matted 1.66 1 N/A Color July 17, 1985 TBD

Legendary Home Entertainment[edit]

After breaking up with Universal in mid-2018, Legendary Pictures started its own home entertainment division, and entered into a distribution pact with Shout! Factory. In 2021, it would join the Studio Distribution Services portfolio along with Shout!. Legendary would realign itself following a distribution pact with Sony in late 2022; its home video product would be reissued through Sony the following year.

Title Label Country of origin Original year Length Version MPAA rating Film format Tape count Tape break placement (if applicable) Color Released Note(s)
Pokémon Detective Pikachu Legendary Home Entertainment USA/UK/Japan 2019 104 min 3D version PG Panavision 1 N/A Color August 6, 2019
  • Distributed by Shout! Factory.
  • Opens with trailers for Godzilla, King of the Monsters (a Legendary-produced feature), Pokémon Diamond and Pearl, Pokémon: Mewtwo Strikes Back Evolution, Space 1999: The Complete Series, My Hero Academia Season 3 Part 1, and A Silent Voice: The Movie.
Pokémon Detective Pikachu Legendary Home Entertainment USA/UK/Japan 2019 104 min 3D version PG Panavision 1 N/A Color February 28, 2023
  • Distributed by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.
  • Opens with trailers for My Hero Academia Seasons 3 and 4, One Piece Collection 31, A Man Called Otto, Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse, Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile, and Whitney Houston: I Wanna Dance with Somebody.

MGM Home Entertainment[edit]

Title Label Country of origin Original year Length Version MPAA rating Film format Tape count Tape break placement (if applicable) Color Released Note(s)
2001: Odisea del espacio MGM/CBS Home Video UK/USA 1968 136 min 35mm general release version G Super Panavision 70 (some scenes filmed in Cinerama) 1 N/A Color October 1980
  • In English with Spanish subtitles.
  • Trailers for Fame and The Wizard of Oz at the end.
Ballerina MGM/UA Home Video France 1937 100 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white September 26, 1989
  • In French with English subtitles.
Ben-Hur MGM/CBS Home Video USA/Mexico 1959 206 min 35mm general release version G Ultra Panavision 70 2 Just after the line "I don't believe in miracles." Color October 1980
  • Dubbed in Spanish.
  • Trailers for Fame, 2001: A Space Odyssey, and The Wizard of Oz at the end.
Big City MGM/UA Home Video USA 1948 103 min Standard version NR Standard version 1 N/A Black and white September 26, 1989 TBD
Blow-Up: Deseo de una mañana de verano MGM/CBS Home Video UK/Italy 1966 102 min Standard version X Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color October 1980
  • In English with Spanish subtitles.
  • Trailers for Fame and 2001: A Space Odyssey at the end.
Coma MGM/CBS Home Video USA 1978 104 min Standard version PG Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color October 1980
  • In English with Spanish subtitles.
  • Original 1970 MPAA rating card intact at the end.
La costilla de Adán MGM/CBS Home Video USA 1949 101 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white October 1980
  • In English with Spanish subtitles.
  • Trailers for Fame, 2001: A Space Odyssey, and The Wizard of Oz at the end.
Doce del patíbulo MGM/CBS Home Video USA/Mexico 1967 150 min Standard version PG Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color October 1980
  • Dubbed in Spanish by SISSA-ORUGA.
  • Trailers for Fame and 2001: A Space Odyssey at the end.
Doctor Zhivago MGM/CBS Home Video USA/Mexico 1965 176 min General release version PG Panavision 2 TBD Color October 1980
  • Dubbed in Spanish by CINSA.
  • Trailers for Fame, 2001: A Space Odyssey, and The Wizard of Oz at the end.
Drunken Master
From Concorde-New Horizons
MGM/UA Home Video Hong Kong 1978 110 min Standard version NR Panavision 1 N/A Color February 9, 1988
  • Dubbed in English.
Drunken Master
From Concorde-New Horizons
MGM/UA Home Video Hong Kong 1978 110 min Standard version NR Panavision 1 N/A Color February 27, 1991
  • Dubbed in English.
Looking for Love MGM/CBS Home Video USA 1964 85 min Standard version NR Panavision 1 N/A Color September 15, 1981
  • Trailers for Fame, 2001: A Space Odyssey, and The Wizard of Oz at the end.
El luchador callejero
From Viacom International and New Line Cinema
MGM/CBS Home Video Japan 1974 75 min Censored English-dubbed version R Actionscope 1 N/A Color October 1980
  • In English with Spanish subtitles.
  • Trailers for Fame, 2001: A Space Odyssey, and The Wizard of Oz at the end.
El mago de Oz MGM/CBS Home Video USA/Mexico 1939 101 min Kansas scenes in black and white G Academy 1 N/A Color/Black and white October 1980
  • Dubbed in Spanish by SISSA-ORUGA.
  • Trailers for Fame and 2001: A Space Odyssey at the end.
Night of the Lepus MGM/UA Home Video USA 1972 88 min Standard version PG Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color September 1984 TBD
The Outfit MGM/UA Home Video USA 1973 103 min Standard version PG Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color November 1982 TBD
Poder que mata
Co-produced with United Artists
MGM/CBS Home Video USA 1976 118 min Standard version R Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color October 1980
  • In English with Spanish subtitles.
  • Trailers for Fame, 2001: A Space Odyssey, and The Wizard of Oz at the end.
Prisionero del rock and roll MGM/CBS Home Video USA/Mexico 1957 96 min Standard version NR SuperScope 235 1 N/A Black and white October 1980
  • Dubbed in Spanish by SISSA-ORUGA.
  • Trailers for Fame, 2001: A Space Odyssey, and The Wizard of Oz at the end.
Río Lobo
From Cinema Center Films
MGM/CBS Home Video USA/Mexico 1970 114 min Standard version G Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color October 1980
  • Dubbed in Spanish by SISSA-ORUGA.
  • Trailer for Fame at the end.
La rueda de la fortuna MGM/CBS Home Video USA 1944 113 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color October 1980
  • Dubbed in Spanish by MGM Nueva York.
  • Trailers for Fame and 2001: A Space Odyssey at the end.
Sinfonía en París MGM/CBS Home Video USA/Mexico 1951 102 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color October 1980
  • Dubbed in Spanish by SISSA-ORUGA.
  • Trailers for Fame and 2001: A Space Odyssey at the end.
The Unfinished Dance MGM/UA Home Video USA 1947 101 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color September 26, 1989 TBD

Milestone Film and Video[edit]

Title Label Country of origin Original year Length Version MPAA rating Film format Tape count Tape break placement (if applicable) Color Released Note(s)
Fear and Desire
From George Eastman House
Milestone Film and Video USA 1953 61 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white October 7, 1991 TBD

New Line Home Video[edit]

Title Label Country of origin Original year Length Version MPAA rating Film format Tape count Tape break placement (if applicable) Color Released Note(s)
Foxtrap
From Snizzlefritz Releasing
Embassy Home Entertainment Italy/USA 1986 88 min Standard version R Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color August 27, 1986 TBD
La hermana del luchador callejero New Line Home Video Japan 1974 81 min Censored English-language version R Actionscope 1 N/A Color December 3, 1996
  • In English with Spanish subtitles.
El luchador callejero New Line Home Video Japan 1974 90 min Standard version NC-17 Actionscope 1 N/A Color December 3, 1996
  • In English with Spanish subtitles.
El regreso del luchador callejero New Line Home Video Japan 1974 85 min Standard version NC-17 Actionscope 1 N/A Color December 3, 1996
  • In English with Spanish subtitles.
La última venganza del luchador callejero New Line Home Video Japan 1974 79 min Re-edited English-language version R Actionscope 1 N/A Color December 3, 1996
  • In English with Spanish subtitles.

New Video[edit]

Title Label(s) Country of origin Original year Length Version MPAA rating Film format Tape count Tape break placement (if applicable) Color Released Note(s)
The Cape
From MTM Enterprises
New Video USA 1996 88 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color August 12, 1997
  • Two-part pilot episode.

Orion Home Video[edit]

Title Label(s) Country of origin Original year Length Version MPAA rating Film format Tape count Tape break placement (if applicable) Color Released Note(s)
Lupin III: El misterio de Mamo
From Streamline Pictures
Orion Home Video USA 1978 100 min Standard version NR VistaVision 1 N/A Color April 1995
  • Dubbed in Spanish by Streamline Pictures.
  • Released as part of the Streamline Pictures Video Comics lineup.
  • Voices by Alejandro Abdalah (Mamo), Roberto Alexander (voces adicionales), Leonardo Araujo (voces adicionales), Demián Bichir (Lupin III/El lobo), Jesús Brock (Flinch, jefe de Interpol, y voces adicionales), Gabriela León (Fujiko), Javier Pontón (Jigen), David Povall (Zenigata), Guillermo Romano (Goemon, Gordon, y voces adicionales), and Edgar Wald (Heinrich Gissinger).
Lo mejor de Lupin III
From Streamline Pictures
Orion Home Video USA 1980 50 min Standard version NR 16mm 1 N/A Color November 23, 1994
  • Dubbed in Spanish by Streamline Pictures.
  • Released as part of the Streamline Pictures Video Comics lineup.
  • Voices by Alejandro Abdalah (Schmidt), Roberto Alexander (jefe de Interpol), Leonardo Araujo (Profesor Lonebach), Demián Bichir (Lupin III/El lobo), Marcela Bordes (Maki Oyamada), Jesús Brock (Negata y voces adicionales), Gabriela León (Fujiko), Javier Pontón (Jigen), David Povall (Zenigata), and Guillermo Romano (Goemon).
El misterio de Nolandia
From Streamline Pictures
Orion Home Video Japan/USA 1985 57 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color November 23, 1994
  • In English with Spanish subtitles.
  • Released as part of the Streamline Pictures Video Comics lineup.
El misterio del vuelo 005
From Streamline Pictures
Orion Home Video Japan/USA 1990 60 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color February 21, 1995
  • In English with Spanish subtitles.
  • Released as part of the Streamline Pictures Video Comics lineup.
Proyecto Eden
From Streamline Pictures
Orion Home Video Japan/USA 1987 80 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color February 21, 1995
  • In English with Spanish subtitles.
  • Released as part of the Streamline Pictures Video Comics lineup.
Robotech II: Los centinelas
From Streamline Pictures
Orion Home Video USA 1986 75 min Standard version NR 16mm 1 N/A Color November 23, 1994
  • Dubbed in Spanish by Intersound.
  • Released as part of the Streamline Pictures Video Comics lineup.

Pacific Arts Video[edit]

Title Label(s) Country of origin Original year Length Version MPAA rating Film format Tape count Tape break placement (if applicable) Color Released Note(s)
Cliff Hanger Special Edition
From WNET New York
PBS Home Video Japan/USA 1980 50 min Standard version NR 16mm 1 N/A Color September 26, 1990
  • Broadcast November 1981.
  • Funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting, PBS, Exxon Corporation, and the Chubb Group of Insurance Companies.
  • Dubbed in English by Glen Glenn Sound.
  • Contains the episodes "Wings of Death" and "Thieves Love the Peace".
  • Voices by Mel Blanc (Cliff Hanger, Detective Ed Scott, Nagata, and additional voices), James Coburn (Dan Dunn), Paul Frees (Goemon the Samurai, Professor Lonebach, the Police Commissioner, and additional voices), Julie McWhirter (Maki Oyamada), Hal Smith (Schmidt), and Janet Waldo (Margo).
  • Preserves the 1971 PBS logo at the end.
Shining Time Station: A Place Unlike Any Other
From WNET New York and Quality Family Entertainment
PBS Home Video USA/UK 1989 30 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color September 26, 1990
  • Broadcast January 29, 1989.
  • Preserves the 1984 PBS logo at the end.
Space Fortress Macross Special English-Dubbed Edition
From WHYY Philadelphia and Harmony Gold
PBS Home Video Japan/USA 1982 70 min Standard version NR 16mm 1 N/A Color September 26, 1990
  • Broadcast August 1990.
  • Funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting, PBS, and General Motors.
  • Dubbed in English by Intersound.
  • Contains the episodes "Boobytrap", "Countdown", and "Space Fold".
  • Voices by Jonathan Alexander (Breetai and additional voices), Celena Banas (Lynn Lena), Robert V. Barron (additional voices), Mary Cobb (additional voices), Guy Garret (Henry Gloval), A. Gregory (Exedore), Brittany Harlow (Claudia Grant), Aline Leslie (Lisa Hayase), Robin Levenson (Sammie Porter), Deanna Morris (Kim Young and Jason), Tony Oliver (Rick Yamada), Mike Reynolds (Senator Alphonso Russo), Greg Snow (additional voices), Wendee Swan (Vanessa Leeds), Drew Thomas (Lynn Max and additional voices), Donn Warner (Roy Fokker), Reba West (Lynn Minmay), and Thomas Wyner (narrator).

Paramount Home Entertainment[edit]

Title Label(s) Country of origin Original year Length Version MPAA rating Film format Tape count Tape break placement (if applicable) Color Released Note(s)
Ace in the Hole Paramount Home Video USA 1951 111 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white February 25, 1997 TBD
El bebé de Rosemary Paramount Home Video USA/Mexico 1968 137 min Standard version R Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color February 25, 1997
  • Dubbed in Spanish by CINSA.
Branded: The Mission
From Goodson-Todman Productions, Sentinel Productions and King World Entertainment
CBS Video USA 1965 68 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color May 29, 2001
  • Three-part episode.
Cadenas de roca Paramount Home Video USA/Mexico 1951 111 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white February 25, 1997
  • Dubbed in Spanish by SISSA-ORUGA.
Cliff Hanger II: Cagliostro Castle
From Toho and United Productions of America
Paramount Gateway Video Japan 1979 90 min Edited English-subtitled version G Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color September 9, 1992
  • Duplicated in EP/SLP mode.
  • Uses the 1986 Walt Disney Home Video master which preserves the Walt Disney Home Video Neon Mickey logo, the 1985 Carolco logo, the MPAA G bumper, and the 1979 Buena Vista Distribution logo before the feature presentation.
Cliff Hanger II: Cagliostro Castle
From Toho and United Productions of America
Paramount Gateway Video Japan 1979 100 min Uncut English-subtitled version NR Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color September 9, 1992
  • Duplicated in EP/SLP mode.
  • Uses the 1986 Walt Disney Home Video master which preserves the Walt Disney Home Video Neon Mickey logo and the 1985 Carolco logo before the feature presentation.
Dora the Explorer: Adventures at the Beach
From Funline Animation and Nick Jr.
Nick Jr. Video
Nickelodeon Video
USA 2001 48 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color June 5, 2001
  • Includes the episodes Fish Out of Water and Beaches.
  • Has the Nick Jr. "Bears" and Nickelodeon "Bone" logos at the end.
Dora the Explorer: Island Adventures
From Funline Animation and Nick Jr.
Nick Jr. Video
Nickelodeon Video
USA 2001 49 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color February 6, 2001
  • Some copies may have been duplicated in EP/SLP mode; other copies may have been duplicated in SP mode.
  • Has the notation "Duplicated in EP/SLP" printed above Paramount Pictures' address, the "Licensed for Sale" notation and the Paramount Pictures copyright notice on the back of the cover.
  • Includes the episodes Treasure Island and We All Scream for Ice Cream.
  • Has the Nick Jr. "Monkeys" logo with the copyright/trademark notice at the end, following the 1999 Nick Jr. Productions logo.
Dora the Explorer: Mountain Adventures
From Funline Animation and Nick Jr.
Nick Jr. Video
Nickelodeon Video
USA 2001 49 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color November 6, 2001
  • Includes the episodes Te Amo and Bouncing Ball.
  • Has the Nick Jr. "Monkeys" and Nickelodeon "Haypile" logos at the end.
Dora the Explorer: Mysteries
From Funline Animation and Nick Jr.
Nick Jr. Video
Nickelodeon Video
USA 2000 48 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color October 3, 2000
  • Some copies may have been duplicated in EP/SLP mode; other copies may have been duplicated in SP mode.
  • Has the notation "Duplicated in EP/SLP" printed above Paramount Pictures' address, the "Licensed for Sale" notation and the Paramount Pictures copyright notice on the back of the cover.
  • Includes the episodes Choo-Choo and Hic-Boom-Ohh.
  • Has the Nick Jr. "Hippos" logo with the copyright/trademark notice at the end, following the 1999 Nick Jr. Productions logo. The Nick Jr. Video "Just for Me" closing bumper appears afterward.
  • Same opening as the VHS release of Blue's Big Musical Movie.
Dora the Explorer: Tree Adventures
From Funline Animation and Nick Jr.
Nick Jr. Video
Nickelodeon Video
USA 2001 48 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color May 1, 2001
  • Some copies may have been duplicated in EP/SLP mode; other copies may have been duplicated in SP mode.
  • Has the notation "Duplicated in EP/SLP" printed above Paramount Pictures' address, the "Licensed for Sale" notation and the Paramount Pictures copyright notice on the back of the cover.
  • Includes the episodes Tree House and Chocolate Tree. Both episodes were direct-to-video episodes, and would not premiere on television until May 3, 2001 and May 4, 2001, respectively.
  • Has the Nick Jr. "Hippos" logo with the copyright/trademark notice at the end, following the 1999 Nick Jr. Productions logo.
  • The Nick Jr. Video "Just for Me" closing bumper appears before the closing credits sequence.
  • Same opening as the VHS release of Blue's Clues: Playtime with Periwinkle.
Doug: Cool in School
From Jumbo Pictures and Nickelodeon
Nickelodeon Video USA 1994 45 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color February 25, 1997
  • Duplicated in EP/SLP mode.
  • Uses the original 1994 cover and master which preserve the 1993 Sony Wonder logo.
  • This release uses a white sticker with the UPC code beginning with "09736", plastering over the old barcode printed on the actual cover.
Doug: ¡Es un 10!
From Jumbo Pictures and Nickelodeon
Nickelodeon Video USA/Mexico 1994 45 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color February 25, 1997
  • Duplicated in EP/SLP mode.
  • Dubbed in Spanish by Audiomaster 3000.
Doug: How Did I Get Into This Mess?
From Jumbo Pictures and Nickelodeon
Nickelodeon Video USA 1993 45 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color February 25, 1997
  • Duplicated in EP/SLP mode.
  • Uses the original 1993 cover and master which preserve the 1993 Sony Wonder logo.
  • This release uses a white sticker with the UPC code beginning with "09736", plastering over the old barcode printed on the actual cover.
Doug: Patti, You're the Mayonnaise for Me
From Jumbo Pictures and Nickelodeon
Nickelodeon Video USA 1993 45 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color February 25, 1997
  • Duplicated in EP/SLP mode.
  • Uses the original 1993 cover and master which preserve the 1993 Sony Wonder logo.
  • This release uses a white sticker with the UPC code beginning with "09736", plastering over the old barcode printed on the actual cover.
Golpe bajo: El juego final Paramount Home Video USA 1974 121 min Standard version R Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color February 25, 1997
  • Dubbed in Spanish by Intersound.
The Guns of Will Sonnett: A Town in Terror
From Thomas-Spelling-Brenco Productions and King World Entertainment
CBS Video USA 1969 45 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color May 29, 2001
  • Two-part episode.
House
From Toho and United Productions of America
Paramount Gateway Video Japan/Hong Kong 1977 88 min English-dubbed version NR Academy 1 N/A Color September 28, 1994
  • Duplicated in EP/SLP mode.
  • Dubbed in English by Barry Haigh Group.
  • Voices by Warwick Evans, Barry Haigh, Linda Masson, Elizabeth Oram, and Matthew Oram.
The Legacy of Dracula
From Toho and United Productions of America
Paramount Gateway Video Japan 1970 71 min English-subtitled version NR Panavision 1 N/A Color September 28, 1994
  • Duplicated in EP/SLP mode.
Lupin III
From Toho and United Productions of America
Paramount Gateway Video Japan 1978 90 min Edited English-dubbed version PG VistaVision 1 N/A Color September 9, 1992
  • Duplicated in EP/SLP mode.
  • Dubbed in English by Frontier Enterprises.
  • Voices by John Armstrong, Tom Clark, Cliff Harrington, Donald Johnson, Donald Knode, Patricia Kobayashi, Frank Rogers, William James Ross, Gregory Starr, Mike Worman, and Giuseppe Zucatti.
  • Uses the 1986 Walt Disney Home Video master which preserves the parental advisory warning, the Walt Disney Home Video Neon Mickey logo, the 1985 Carolco logo, the MPAA PG bumper, and the World Northal logo before the feature presentation.
Lupin III
From Toho and United Productions of America
Paramount Gateway Video Japan 1978 102 min Uncut English-dubbed version NR VistaVision 1 N/A Color September 9, 1992
  • Duplicated in EP/SLP mode.
  • Dubbed in English by Frontier Enterprises.
  • Voices by John Armstrong, Tom Clark, Cliff Harrington, Donald Johnson, Donald Knode, Patricia Kobayashi, Frank Rogers, William James Ross, Gregory Starr, Mike Worman, and Giuseppe Zucatti.
  • Uses the 1986 Walt Disney Home Video master which preserves the parental advisory warning, the Walt Disney Home Video Neon Mickey logo, and the 1985 Carolco logo before the feature presentation.
Nickelodeon Friends Variety Pack
From Nickelodeon
Nickelodeon Video USA 1994 30 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color February 25, 1997
  • Duplicated in EP/SLP mode.
  • Uses the original 1994 cover and master which preserve the 1993 Sony Wonder logo.
  • This release uses a white sticker with the UPC code beginning with "09736", plastering over the old barcode printed on the actual cover.
Nickelodeon Frightfest
From Nickelodeon
Nickelodeon Video USA 1994 55 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color August 26, 1997
  • Duplicated in EP/SLP mode.
  • Uses the original 1994 cover and master which preserve the 1993 Sony Wonder logo.
  • This release uses a white sticker with the UPC code beginning with "09736", plastering over the old barcode printed on the actual cover.
Nickelodeon Road Trip
From Nickelodeon
Nickelodeon Video USA 1995 40 min TBD NR TBD 1 N/A Color July 8, 1997
  • Duplicated in EP/SLP mode.
  • Uses the original 1995 cover and master which preserve the 1995 Sony Wonder logo and the 1994 Nickelodeon Video logo.
  • This release uses a white sticker with the UPC code beginning with "09736", plastering over the old barcode printed on the actual cover.
Penguin's Memory: A Tale of Happiness
From Toho and United Productions of America
Paramount Gateway Video Japan 1985 88 min Edited English-dubbed version PG Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color September 9, 1992
  • Duplicated in EP/SLP mode.
  • Dubbed in English by Frontier Enterprises.
  • Uses the 1986 Buena Vista Home Video master which preserves the video dealer announcement, the 1986-1995 Buena Vista Home Video logo, and the 1985 Carolco logo before the feature presentation.
Penguin's Memory: A Tale of Happiness
From Toho and United Productions of America
Paramount Gateway Video Japan 1985 102 min Uncut English-dubbed version NR Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color September 9, 1992
  • Duplicated in EP/SLP mode.
  • Dubbed in English by Frontier Enterprises.
  • Uses the 1986 Buena Vista Home Video master which preserves the video dealer announcement, the 1986-1995 Buena Vista Home Video logo, and the 1985 Carolco logo before the feature presentation.
La princesa que quería vivir Paramount Home Video USA/Italy/Mexico 1953 118 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white February 25, 1997
  • Dubbed in Spanish by SISSA-ORUGA.
Rugrats: Acorn Nuts and Diapey Butts
From Klasky-Csupo and Nickelodeon
Nickelodeon Video USA 2000 68 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color October 3, 2000 TBD
Rugrats: Artsy Antics
From Klasky-Csupo and Nickelodeon
Nickelodeon Video USA 2000 57 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color March 7, 2000
  • Includes the episodes The Art Fair, Music, Angelica's Ballet, The Art Museum and Famous Babies.
  • Famous Babies was a direct-to-video episode, and did not premiere on television until May 2000.
Rugrats: Braver and Taller
From Klasky-Csupo and Nickelodeon
Nickelodeon Video USA 1999 57 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color October 12, 1999
  • Includes the episodes Tommy for Mayor, No Naps, Hair!, Man of the House and What's Your Line?.
Rugrats: Chuckie's Lucky Day
From Klasky-Csupo and Nickelodeon
Nickelodeon Video USA 1999 57 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color January 12, 1999
  • Includes the episodes Uneasy Rider, Chuckie's a Lefty, Chuckie's Duckling, The Smell of Success and Chuckie Grows Up.
Rugrats: Playground Patrol
From Klasky-Csupo and Nickelodeon
Nickelodeon Video USA 1999 57 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color October 12, 1999
  • Includes the episodes Pedal Pusher, The Wild Wild West, Officer Chuckie, Angelica for a Day and Opposites Attract.
Rugrats: Run Riot
From Klasky-Csupo and Nickelodeon
Nickelodeon Video USA 1998 57 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color June 9, 1998
  • Includes the episodes Babysitting Fluffy, Jonathan Babysits, Family Reunion, The Art Fair and Waiter, There's a Baby In My Soup.
  • Babysitting Fluffy and Jonathan Babysits were direct-to-video episodes, and did not premiere on television until mid-August 1998.
Rugrats: To the Rescue
From Klasky-Csupo and Nickelodeon
Nickelodeon Video USA 2000 57 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color March 7, 2000
  • Includes the episodes Mega Diaper Babies, Partners in Crime, Stu Maker's Elves, Where's Grandpa? and Cavebabies.
Rugrats: Water Babies
From Klasky-Csupo and Nickelodeon
Nickelodeon Video USA 2000 57 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color June 6, 2000
  • Includes the episodes Heatwave, The 'Lympics, Pee Wee Scouts, The Big Flush and Cool Hand Angelica.
Sweet Home
From Toho and United Productions of America
Paramount Gateway Video Japan/Hong Kong 1989 101 min English-dubbed version NR Academy 1 N/A Color February 24, 1993
  • Duplicated in EP/SLP mode.
  • Dubbed in English by Omni Productions.
  • Voices by Simon Broad, Chris Hilton, Elizabeth Oram, Rik Thomas, and Suzanne Vale.
Vaselina Paramount Home Video USA 1978 110 min Standard version PG Panavision 1 N/A Color February 25, 1997
  • Dubbed in Spanish by Intersound.

PolyGram Video[edit]

Title Label Country of origin Original year Length Version MPAA rating Film format Tape count Tape break placement (if applicable) Color Released Note(s)
Akira
From Island Pictures and Streamline Pictures
Island Visual Arts Japan/USA 1988 124 min Electric Media version NR Super Panavision 70 (hard matted to 1.85) 1 N/A Color February 1991
  • Dubbed in English by Electric Media.
Akira
From Island Pictures and Streamline Pictures
Island Visual Arts Japan 1988 124 min Captions Inc. subtitled version NR Super Panavision 70 (hard matted to 1.85) 1 N/A Color February 1991
  • In Japanese with English subtitles.
Akira
From Island Pictures and Streamline Pictures
PolyGram Video Japan/USA 1988 124 min Electric Media version NR Super Panavision 70 (hard matted to 1.85) 1 N/A Color November 22, 1994
  • Dubbed in English by Electric Media.
Akira
From Island Pictures and Streamline Pictures
PolyGram Video Japan 1988 124 min Captions Inc. subtitled version NR Super Panavision 70 (hard matted to 1.85) 1 N/A Color November 22, 1994
  • In Japanese with English subtitles.
Akira
From Island Pictures and Streamline Pictures
PolyGram Video Japan/Argentina 1988 124 min Electric Media version NR Super Panavision 70 (hard matted to 1.85) 1 N/A Color November 22, 1994
  • Dubbed in Spanish by M.A.B. Doblajistas.
Akira
From Island Pictures and Streamline Pictures
PolyGram Video Japan 1988 124 min Captions Inc. subtitled version NR Super Panavision 70 (hard matted to 1.85) 1 N/A Color November 22, 1994
  • In Japanese with Spanish subtitles.
Akira Production Report
From Island Pictures and Streamline Pictures
Island Visual Arts Japan/USA 1988 50 min English-dubbed version NR NTSC-J 1 N/A Color February 25, 1990
  • Dubbed in English by Streamline Pictures.
  • Includes the US theatrical trailer.
El castillo de Cagliostro
From Island Pictures and Streamline Pictures
PolyGram Video Japan/USA 1979 100 min Streamline version NR Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color September 1992
  • Dubbed in Spanish by Streamline Pictures.
  • Voices by Alejandro Abdalah (Gustav, Sam, y voces adicionales), Demián Bichir (Lupin III/El lobo), Marcela Bordes (Dama Clarissa), Jesús Brock (Conde Draco y voces adicionales), Gabriela León (Fujiko), Víctor Mares (Jodo), Isidro Olace (Gutierre y voces adicionales), Javier Pontón (Jigen), David Povall (Zenigata), Guillermo Romano (Goemon), and Angelines Santana (voces adicionales)
The Castle of Cagliostro
From Island Pictures and Streamline Pictures
PolyGram Video Japan/USA 1979 100 min Streamline version NR Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color September 1992
  • Dubbed in English by Streamline Pictures.
Dominion Tank Police Part 1
From Island Pictures
PolyGram Video Japan/UK 1988 69 min Manga UK version R Academy 1 N/A Color February 3, 1993
  • Dubbed in English by World Wide Sound.
Dominion Tank Police Part 1
From Island Pictures
PolyGram Video Japan/UK 1988 69 min Manga UK version R Academy 1 N/A Color August 3, 1994
  • Dubbed in English by World Wide Sound.
Dominion Tank Police Part 2
From Island Pictures
PolyGram Video Japan/UK 1989 69 min Manga UK version R Academy 1 N/A Color April 7, 1993
  • Dubbed in English by World Wide Sound.
Dominion Tank Police Part 2
From Island Pictures
PolyGram Video Japan/UK 1989 69 min Manga UK version R Academy 1 N/A Color August 3, 1994
  • Dubbed in English by World Wide Sound.
Fist of the North Star
From Island Pictures and Streamline Pictures
PolyGram Video Japan/USA 1986 110 min Streamline version NR Academy 1 N/A Color September 1992
  • Dubbed in English by Streamline Pictures.
Fist of the North Star
From Island Pictures and Streamline Pictures
PolyGram Video Japan/USA 1986 110 min Streamline version NR Academy 1 N/A Color November 22, 1994
  • Dubbed in English by Streamline Pictures.
Las guerras de Venus
From Island Pictures
PolyGram Video Japan/Spain 1989 104 min Manga UK version PG-13 VistaVision 1 N/A Color September 1, 1993
  • Dubbed in Spanish by QT Lever.
Las guerras de Venus
From Island Pictures
PolyGram Video Japan/Spain 1989 104 min Manga UK version PG-13 VistaVision 1 N/A Color August 3, 1994
  • Dubbed in Spanish by QT Lever.
Odin
From Island Pictures
PolyGram Video Japan/UK 1985 93 min Manga UK version PG Academy 1 N/A Color July 7, 1993
  • Dubbed in English by World Wide Sound.
Odin
From Island Pictures
PolyGram Video Japan/UK 1985 93 min Manga UK version PG Academy 1 N/A Color August 3, 1994
  • Dubbed in English by World Wide Sound.
Odín
From Island Pictures
PolyGram Video Japan/Spain 1985 93 min Manga UK version PG Academy 1 N/A Color August 3, 1994
  • Dubbed in Spanish by QT Lever.
Pokémon 3: La película
From PolyGram Films, Nintendo Films, and 4Kids Entertainment
PolyGram Video USA/Japan/Mexico 2000 93 min English-dubbed version G Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color August 21, 2001
  • Opens with the short subject Pikachu and Pichu.
  • Dubbed in Spanish by Audiomaster 3000.
Pokémon 3: The Movie
From PolyGram Films, Nintendo Films, and 4Kids Entertainment
PolyGram Video USA/Japan 2000 93 min English-dubbed version G Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color August 21, 2001
  • Opens with a promo for Universal Theme Parks, trailers for Josie and the Pussycats and Tremors 3: Back to Perfection, promos for the Pokémon Trading Card League, the Kids WB! programming block, and Cubix: Robots for Everyone, and the short subject Pikachu and Pichu.
  • Dubbed in English by Taj Studios.
Pokémon: I Choose You, Pikachu!
From 4Kids Entertainment
Manga Entertainment USA/Japan 1997 75 min English-dubbed version NR 16mm 1 N/A Color November 24, 1998
  • Opens with trailers for Barney's Great Adventure, The Borrowers, and Cats, and a promo for the Pokémon Red and Blue video games.
  • Dubbed in English by Taj Studios.
  • Contains the episodes "Pokémon, I Choose You!", "Pokémon Emergency", and "Ash Catches a Pokémon".
Pokémon: La película
From PolyGram Films, Nintendo Films, and 4Kids Entertainment
PolyGram Video USA/Japan/Mexico 1998 93 min English-dubbed version G Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color March 21, 2000
  • Opens with the short subject Pikachu's Vacation.
  • Closes with a sneak preview of Pokémon: The Movie 2000.
  • Dubbed in Spanish by Audiomaster 3000.
Pokémon: The Movie 2000
From PolyGram Films, Nintendo Films, and 4Kids Entertainment
PolyGram Video USA/Japan/Mexico 1999 101 min English-dubbed version G Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color November 14, 2000
  • Opens with a sneak preview of Pokémon 3: The Movie and the short subject Pikachu's Rescue Adventure.
  • Dubbed in Spanish by Audiomaster 3000.
Pokémon: Mewtwo regresa
From PolyGram Visual Programming and 4Kids Entertainment
PolyGram Video USA/Japan/Mexico 2000 63 min English-dubbed version NR Academy 1 N/A Color December 4, 2001
  • Dubbed in Spanish by Audiomaster 3000.
Pokémon: Mewtwo Returns
From PolyGram Visual Programming and 4Kids Entertainment
PolyGram Video USA/Japan 2000 63 min English-dubbed version NR Academy 1 N/A Color December 4, 2001
  • Opens with trailers for Pokémon 3: The Movie, MVP: Most Valuable Primate, Jurassic Park III, Shrek, and a promo for the Kids WB! programming block.
  • Dubbed in English by Taj Studios.
Pokémon: The First Movie
From PolyGram Films, Nintendo Films, and 4Kids Entertainment
PolyGram Video USA/Japan 1998 93 min English-dubbed version G Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color March 21, 2000
  • Opens with the Universal Family Features promo, trailers for Lupin III: The Castle of Cagliostro, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Dudley Do-Right, Franklin and the Green Knight, and The Road to El Dorado, a soundtrack promo, the Kids WB! Yourself commercial, and the short subject Pikachu's Vacation.
  • Closes with a sneak preview of Pokémon: The Movie 2000 and a promo for the Pokémon Trading Card League.
  • Dubbed in English by Taj Studios.
Pokémon: The Movie 2000
From PolyGram Films, Nintendo Films, and 4Kids Entertainment
PolyGram Video USA/Japan 1999 101 min English-dubbed version G Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color November 14, 2000
  • Opens with a sneak preview of Pokémon 3: The Movie, promos for Hey You, Pikachu! and the Pokémon Trading Card League, trailers for Joseph, King of Dreams, An American Tail: The Mystery of the Night Monster, The Road to El Dorado, MVP: Most Valuable Primate, and Chicken Run, a promo for Pokémon: The Johto Journeys, a soundtrack promo, and the short subject Pikachu's Rescue Adventure.
  • Dubbed in English by Taj Studios.
El profesional: Golgo 13
From Island Pictures and Streamline Pictures
PolyGram Video Japan/Spain 1983 93 min Streamline version R Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color November 22, 1994
  • Dubbed in Spanish by QT Lever.
The Professional: Golgo 13
From Island Pictures and Streamline Pictures
PolyGram Video Japan/USA 1983 93 min Streamline version R Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color August 1993
  • Dubbed in English by Streamline Pictures.
The Professional: Golgo 13
From Island Pictures and Streamline Pictures
PolyGram Video Japan/USA 1983 93 min Streamline version R Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color November 22, 1994
  • Dubbed in English by Streamline Pictures.
Project A-Ko
From Island Pictures
PolyGram Video Japan/UK 1986 86 min Manga UK version PG-13 Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color January 6, 1993
  • Dubbed in English by World Wide Sound.
Project A-Ko
From Island Pictures
PolyGram Video Japan/UK 1986 86 min Manga UK version PG-13 Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color August 3, 1994
  • Dubbed in English by World Wide Sound.
El puño de la estrella del norte
From Island Pictures and Streamline Pictures
PolyGram Video Japan/Spain 1986 110 min Streamline version NR Academy 1 N/A Color November 22, 1994
  • Dubbed in Spanish by QT Lever.
Vampire Hunter D
From Island Pictures and Streamline Pictures
PolyGram Video Japan/USA 1985 80 min Streamline version NR Academy 1 N/A Color March 1992
  • Dubbed in English by Streamline Pictures.
Vampire Hunter D
From Island Pictures and Streamline Pictures
PolyGram Video Japan/USA 1985 80 min Streamline version NR Academy 1 N/A Color November 22, 1994
  • Dubbed in English by Streamline Pictures.
Vampire Hunter: Cazador de espíritus
From Island Pictures and Streamline Pictures
PolyGram Video Japan/Spain 1985 80 min Streamline version NR Academy 1 N/A Color November 22, 1994
  • Dubbed in Spanish by Arcofon.
The Venus Wars
From Island Pictures
PolyGram Video Japan/UK 1989 104 min Manga UK version PG-13 VistaVision 1 N/A Color September 1, 1993
  • Dubbed in English by World Wide Sound.
The Venus Wars
From Island Pictures
PolyGram Video Japan/UK 1989 104 min Manga UK version PG-13 VistaVision 1 N/A Color August 3, 1994
  • Dubbed in English by World Wide Sound.

Prism Entertainment[edit]

Title Label Country of origin Original year Length Version MPAA rating Film format Tape count Tape break placement (if applicable) Color Released Note(s)
Alien X
From GAGA Communications
Prism Entertainment Japan 1986 45 min English-subtitled version PG-13 Academy 1 N/A Color June 1988
  • Opens with a trailers for Star Quest.
Aura
From GAGA Communications
Prism Entertainment Japan 1986 80 min English-subtitled version PG-13 Academy 1 N/A Color June 1988
  • Opens with a trailer for Supernova.
A Better Tomorrow
From GAGA Communications
Prism Entertainment Hong Kong 1986 95 min English-subtitled version NR Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color November 1989 TBD
A Better Tomorrow II
From GAGA Communications
Prism Entertainment Hong Kong 1987 104 min English-subtitled version NR Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color November 1989 TBD
Blade of the Ninja
From GAGA Communications
Prism Entertainment Japan 1988 123 min English-subtitled version R Academy 1 N/A Color June 1988
  • Opens with a trailer for Scoopers.
City of Steel
From GAGA Communications
Prism Entertainment Japan 1987 45 min English-subtitled version PG-13 Academy 1 N/A Color June 1988
  • Opens with a trailer for FutureScape.
Crystal Triangle
From GAGA Communications
Prism Entertainment Japan 1987 86 min English-subtitled version PG-13 Academy 1 N/A Color June 1988
  • Opens with a trailer for Metallica.
Dream Dimension Hunter Fandora
From GAGA Communications
Prism Entertainment Japan 1986 102 min English-subtitled version PG-13 Academy 1 N/A Color June 1988
  • Opens with a trailer for Star Quest.
FutureScape Part 1
From GAGA Communications
Prism Entertainment Japan 1987 99 min English-subtitled version PG-13 Academy 1 N/A Color June 1988
  • Opens with a trailer for Supernova.
Metallica
From GAGA Communications
Prism Entertainment Japan 1986 45 min English-subtitled version PG-13 Academy 1 N/A Color June 1988
  • Opens with a trailer for Crystal Triangle.
Scoopers
From GAGA Communications
Prism Entertainment Japan 1987 58 min 2D English-subtitled version R Academy 1 N/A Color June 1988
  • Opens with a trailer for FutureScape.
Scoopers in 3D
From GAGA Communications
Prism Entertainment Japan 1987 58 min 3D English-subtitled version R Academy 1 N/A Color June 1988
  • Opens with a trailer for FutureScape.
Star Odyssey
From GAGA Communications
Prism Entertainment Japan 1986 91 min English-subtitled version PG-13 Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color June 1988
  • Opens with a trailer for Supernova.
Star Quest
From GAGA Communications
Prism Entertainment Japan 1987 51 min English-subtitled version PG-13 Academy 1 N/A Color June 1988
  • Opens with a trailer for Fandora.
Supernova
From GAGA Communications
Prism Entertainment Japan 1986 80 min English-subtitled version PG-13 Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color June 1988
  • Opens with a trailer for Star Odyssey.
Thunder Road
From GAGA Communications
Prism Entertainment Japan 1987 45 min English-subtitled version PG-13 Academy 1 N/A Color June 1988
  • Opens with a trailer for Supernova.
Thunder Warrior
From GAGA Communications
Prism Entertainment Japan 1987 91 min English-subtitled version R Academy 1 N/A Color June 1988
  • Opens with a trailer for Star Odyssey.

Public Broadcasting Service[edit]

Title Label(s) Country of origin Original year Length Version MPAA rating Film format Tape count Tape break placement (if applicable) Color Released Note(s)
Barney and Friends: 1-2-3-4-5 Senses!
From Connecticut Public Television and The Lyons Group
PBS Video USA 1992 30 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color July 1, 1992
  • Broadcast April 30, 1992.
  • Funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting and PBS.
  • Opens with the short 1990 Connecticut Public Television logo.
  • Closes with the 1989 PBS logo.
  • Brian Eppes narrates the opening funding, while Pia Manalo narrates the closing funding.
Barney and Friends: A Camping We Will Go!
From Connecticut Public Television and The Lyons Group
PBS Video USA 1992 30 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color October 1, 1992
  • Broadcast May 5, 1992.
  • Funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting and PBS.
  • Opens with the short 1990 Connecticut Public Television logo.
  • Closes with the 1989 PBS logo.
  • Brian Eppes narrates the opening funding, while Pia Manalo narrates the closing funding.
Barney and Friends: A Splash Party, Please
From Connecticut Public Television and The Lyons Group
PBS Video USA 1992 30 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color October 1, 1992
  • Broadcast May 6, 1992.
  • Funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting and PBS.
  • Opens with the short 1990 Connecticut Public Television logo.
  • Closes with the 1989 PBS logo.
  • Brian Eppes narrates the opening funding, while Pia Manalo narrates the closing funding.
Barney and Friends: A World of Music
From Connecticut Public Television and The Lyons Group
PBS Video USA 1992 30 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color October 1, 1992
  • Broadcast May 8, 1992.
  • Funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting and PBS.
  • Opens with the short 1990 Connecticut Public Television logo.
  • Closes with the 1989 PBS logo.
  • Brian Eppes narrates the opening funding, while Pia Manalo narrates the closing funding.
Barney and Friends: Alphabet Soup!
From Connecticut Public Television and The Lyons Group
PBS Video USA 1992 30 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color April 1, 1992
  • Broadcast April 22, 1992.
  • Funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting and PBS.
  • Opens with the short 1990 Connecticut Public Television logo.
  • Closes with the 1989 PBS logo.
  • Brian Eppes narrates the opening funding, while Pia Manalo narrates the closing funding.
Barney and Friends: Barney's Magical Musical Adventure
From Connecticut Public Television and The Lyons Group
PBS Video USA 1992 40 min 1993 pledge drive version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color October 1, 1993
  • Broadcast August 1993.
  • Funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting and PBS.
  • Opens with the short 1990 Connecticut Public Television logo.
  • Closes with the 1992 PBS logo.
  • Brian Eppes narrates the opening funding, while Pia Manalo narrates the closing funding.
Barney and Friends: Be a Friend
From Connecticut Public Television and The Lyons Group
PBS Video USA 1992 30 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color July 1, 1992
  • Broadcast April 27, 1992.
  • Funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting and PBS.
  • Opens with the short 1990 Connecticut Public Television logo.
  • Closes with the 1989 PBS logo.
  • Brian Eppes narrates the opening funding, while Pia Manalo narrates the closing funding.
Barney and Friends: Caring Means Sharing
From Connecticut Public Television and The Lyons Group
PBS Video USA 1992 30 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color July 1, 1992
  • Broadcast April 16, 1992.
  • Funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting and PBS.
  • Opens with the short 1990 Connecticut Public Television logo.
  • Closes with the 1989 PBS logo.
  • Brian Eppes narrates the opening funding, while Pia Manalo narrates the closing funding.
Barney and Friends: Carnival of Numbers
From Connecticut Public Television and The Lyons Group
PBS Video USA 1992 30 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color October 1, 1992
  • Broadcast May 7, 1992.
  • Funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting and PBS.
  • Opens with the short 1990 Connecticut Public Television logo.
  • Closes with the 1989 PBS logo.
  • Brian Eppes narrates the opening funding, while Pia Manalo narrates the closing funding.
Barney and Friends: Doctor Barney Is Here!
From Connecticut Public Television and The Lyons Group
PBS Video USA 1992 30 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color October 1, 1992
  • Broadcast May 11, 1992.
  • Funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting and PBS.
  • Opens with the short 1990 Connecticut Public Television logo.
  • Closes with the 1989 PBS logo.
  • Brian Eppes narrates the opening funding, while Pia Manalo narrates the closing funding.
Barney and Friends: Down on Barney's Farm
From Connecticut Public Television and The Lyons Group
PBS Video USA 1992 30 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color April 1, 1992
  • Broadcast April 17, 1992.
  • Funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting and PBS.
  • Opens with the short 1990 Connecticut Public Television logo.
  • Closes with the 1989 PBS logo.
  • Brian Eppes narrates the opening funding, while Pia Manalo narrates the closing funding.
Barney and Friends: Eat, Drink and Be Healthy!
From Connecticut Public Television and The Lyons Group
PBS Video USA 1992 30 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color July 1, 1992
  • Broadcast April 10, 1992.
  • Funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting and PBS.
  • Opens with the short 1990 Connecticut Public Television logo.
  • Closes with the 1989 PBS logo.
  • Brian Eppes narrates the opening funding, while Pia Manalo narrates the closing funding.
Barney and Friends: Everyone Is Special
From Connecticut Public Television and The Lyons Group
PBS Video USA 1992 30 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color October 1, 1992
  • Broadcast May 15, 1992.
  • Funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting and PBS.
  • Opens with the short 1990 Connecticut Public Television logo.
  • Closes with the 1989 PBS logo.
  • Brian Eppes narrates the opening funding, while Pia Manalo narrates the closing funding.
Barney and Friends: Four Seasons Day
From Connecticut Public Television and The Lyons Group
PBS Video USA 1992 30 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color April 1, 1992
  • Broadcast April 13, 1992.
  • Funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting and PBS.
  • Opens with the short 1990 Connecticut Public Television logo.
  • Closes with the 1989 PBS logo.
  • Brian Eppes narrates the opening funding, while Pia Manalo narrates the closing funding.
Barney and Friends: Going Places!
From Connecticut Public Television and The Lyons Group
PBS Video USA 1992 30 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color April 1, 1992
  • Broadcast April 15, 1992.
  • Funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting and PBS.
  • Opens with the short 1990 Connecticut Public Television logo.
  • Closes with the 1989 PBS logo.
  • Brian Eppes narrates the opening funding, while Pia Manalo narrates the closing funding.
Barney and Friends: Happy Birthday, Barney!
From Connecticut Public Television and The Lyons Group
PBS Video USA 1992 30 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color April 1, 1992
  • Broadcast April 21, 1992.
  • Funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting and PBS.
  • Opens with the short 1990 Connecticut Public Television logo.
  • Closes with the 1989 PBS logo.
  • Brian Eppes narrates the opening funding, while Pia Manalo narrates the closing funding.
Barney and Friends: Hi, Neighbor!
From Connecticut Public Television and The Lyons Group
PBS Video USA 1992 30 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color July 1, 1992
  • Broadcast May 4, 1992.
  • Funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting and PBS.
  • Opens with the short 1990 Connecticut Public Television logo.
  • Closes with the 1989 PBS logo.
  • Brian Eppes narrates the opening funding, while Pia Manalo narrates the closing funding.
Barney and Friends: Hola, Mexico!
From Connecticut Public Television and The Lyons Group
PBS Video USA 1992 30 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color October 1, 1992
  • Broadcast May 14, 1992.
  • Funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting and PBS.
  • Opens with the short 1990 Connecticut Public Television logo.
  • Closes with the 1989 PBS logo.
  • Brian Eppes narrates the opening funding, while Pia Manalo narrates the closing funding.
Barney and Friends: Home Sweet Homes
From Connecticut Public Television and The Lyons Group
PBS Video USA 1992 30 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color October 1, 1992
  • Broadcast May 13, 1992.
  • Funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting and PBS.
  • Opens with the short 1990 Connecticut Public Television logo.
  • Closes with the 1989 PBS logo.
  • Brian Eppes narrates the opening funding, while Pia Manalo narrates the closing funding.
Barney and Friends: Hop to It!
From Connecticut Public Television and The Lyons Group
PBS Video USA 1992 30 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color April 1, 1992
  • Broadcast April 9, 1992.
  • Funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting and PBS.
  • Opens with the short 1990 Connecticut Public Television logo.
  • Closes with the 1989 PBS logo.
  • Brian Eppes narrates the opening funding, while Pia Manalo narrates the closing funding.
Barney and Friends: I Just Love Bugs
From Connecticut Public Television and The Lyons Group
PBS Video USA 1992 30 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color July 1, 1992
  • Broadcast April 28, 1992.
  • Funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting and PBS.
  • Opens with the short 1990 Connecticut Public Television logo.
  • Closes with the 1989 PBS logo.
  • Brian Eppes narrates the opening funding, while Pia Manalo narrates the closing funding.
Barney and Friends: Let's Help Mother Goose!
From Connecticut Public Television and The Lyons Group
PBS Video USA 1992 30 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color July 1, 1992
  • Broadcast April 24, 1992.
  • Funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting and PBS.
  • Opens with the short 1990 Connecticut Public Television logo.
  • Closes with the 1989 PBS logo.
  • Brian Eppes narrates the opening funding, while Pia Manalo narrates the closing funding.
Barney and Friends: My Family's Just Right for Me
From Connecticut Public Television and The Lyons Group
PBS Video USA 1992 30 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color April 1, 1992
  • Broadcast April 7, 1992.
  • Funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting and PBS.
  • Opens with the short 1990 Connecticut Public Television logo.
  • Closes with the 1989 PBS logo.
  • Brian Eppes narrates the opening funding, while Pia Manalo narrates the closing funding.
Barney and Friends: Oh, What a Day!
From Connecticut Public Television and The Lyons Group
PBS Video USA 1992 30 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color October 1, 1992
  • Broadcast May 12, 1992.
  • Funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting and PBS.
  • Opens with the short 1990 Connecticut Public Television logo.
  • Closes with the 1989 PBS logo.
  • Brian Eppes narrates the opening funding, while Pia Manalo narrates the closing funding.
Barney and Friends: Our Earth, Our Home
From Connecticut Public Television and The Lyons Group
PBS Video USA 1992 30 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color July 1, 1992
  • Broadcast April 23, 1992.
  • Funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting and PBS.
  • Opens with the short 1990 Connecticut Public Television logo.
  • Closes with the 1989 PBS logo.
  • Brian Eppes narrates the opening funding, while Pia Manalo narrates the closing funding.
Barney and Friends: Playing It Safe
From Connecticut Public Television and The Lyons Group
PBS Video USA 1992 30 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color April 1, 1992
  • Broadcast April 8, 1992.
  • Funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting and PBS.
  • Opens with the short 1990 Connecticut Public Television logo.
  • Closes with the 1989 PBS logo.
  • Brian Eppes narrates the opening funding, while Pia Manalo narrates the closing funding.
Barney and Friends: Practice Makes Music
From Connecticut Public Television and The Lyons Group
PBS Video USA 1992 30 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color October 1, 1992
  • Broadcast May 1, 1992.
  • Funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting and PBS.
  • Opens with the short 1990 Connecticut Public Television logo.
  • Closes with the 1989 PBS logo.
  • Brian Eppes narrates the opening funding, while Pia Manalo narrates the closing funding.
Barney and Friends Season 2
From Connecticut Public Television and The Lyons Group
PBS Video USA 1993 540 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 18 N/A Color October 1, 1993
  • Broadcast September 27-October 20, 1993.
  • Funding provided by Kimberly-Clark, Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and PBS.
  • Each tape closes with the 1992 PBS logo.
Barney and Friends Season 3 Part 1
From Connecticut Public Television and The Lyons Group
PBS Video USA 1995 150 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 5 N/A Color April 1, 1995
  • Broadcast February 27-March 3, 1995.
  • Funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting and PBS.
  • Each tape closes with the P-Pals logo.
Barney and Friends Season 3 Part 2
From Connecticut Public Television and The Lyons Group
PBS Video USA 1995 150 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 5 N/A Color July 1, 1995
  • Broadcast June 7-13, 1995.
  • Funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting and PBS.
  • Each tape closes with the P-Pals logo.
Barney and Friends Season 3 Part 3
From Connecticut Public Television and The Lyons Group
PBS Video USA 1995 150 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 5 N/A Color October 1, 1995
  • Broadcast July 24-28, 1995.
  • Funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting and PBS.
  • Each tape closes with the P-Pals logo.
Barney and Friends Season 3 Part 4
From Connecticut Public Television and The Lyons Group
PBS Video USA 1995 150 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 5 N/A Color January 1, 1996
  • Broadcast October 2-6, 1995.
  • Funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting and PBS.
  • Each tape closes with the P-Pals logo.
Barney and Friends: The Queen of Make-Believe
From Connecticut Public Television and The Lyons Group
PBS Video USA 1992 30 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color April 1, 1992
  • Broadcast April 6, 1992.
  • Funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting and PBS.
  • Opens with the short 1990 Connecticut Public Television logo.
  • Closes with the 1989 PBS logo.
  • Brian Eppes narrates the opening funding, while Pia Manalo narrates the closing funding.
Barney and Friends: The Treasure of Rainbow Beard
From Connecticut Public Television and The Lyons Group
PBS Video USA 1992 30 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color April 1, 1992
  • Broadcast April 14, 1992.
  • Funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting and PBS.
  • Opens with the short 1990 Connecticut Public Television logo.
  • Closes with the 1989 PBS logo.
  • Brian Eppes narrates the opening funding, while Pia Manalo narrates the closing funding.
Barney and Friends: What's That Shadow?
From Connecticut Public Television and The Lyons Group
PBS Video USA 1992 30 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color July 1, 1992
  • Broadcast April 20, 1992.
  • Funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting and PBS.
  • Opens with the short 1990 Connecticut Public Television logo.
  • Closes with the 1989 PBS logo.
  • Brian Eppes narrates the opening funding, while Pia Manalo narrates the closing funding.
Barney and Friends: When I Grow Up...
From Connecticut Public Television and The Lyons Group
PBS Video USA 1992 30 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color July 1, 1992
  • Broadcast April 29, 1992.
  • Funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting and PBS.
  • Opens with the short 1990 Connecticut Public Television logo.
  • Closes with the 1989 PBS logo.
  • Brian Eppes narrates the opening funding, while Pia Manalo narrates the closing funding.
Barney and the Backyard Gang: A Day at the Beach
From Connecticut Public Television and The Lyons Group
PBS Video USA 1989 30 min 1991 pledge drive version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color October 1, 1991
  • Broadcast August 1991.
  • Funding provided by PBS.
  • Opens with the full-length 1990 Connecticut Public Television logo.
  • Closes with the 1989 PBS logo.
Barney and the Backyard Gang: Barney Goes to School
From Connecticut Public Television and The Lyons Group
PBS Video USA 1990 30 min 1992 pledge drive version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color April 1, 1992
  • Broadcast March 1992.
  • Funding provided by PBS.
  • Opens with the short 1990 Connecticut Public Television logo.
  • Closes with the 1989 PBS logo.
Barney and the Backyard Gang: Barney in Concert
From Connecticut Public Television and The Lyons Group
PBS Video USA 1991 30 min 1993 pledge drive version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color April 1, 1993
  • Broadcast March 1993.
  • Funding provided by PBS.
  • Opens with the short 1990 Connecticut Public Television logo.
  • Closes with the 1992 PBS logo.
Barney and the Backyard Gang: Campfire Sing-Along
From Connecticut Public Television and The Lyons Group
PBS Video USA 1990 30 min 1992 pledge drive version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color April 1, 1992
  • Broadcast March 1992.
  • Funding provided by PBS.
  • Opens with the short 1990 Connecticut Public Television logo.
  • Closes with the 1989 PBS logo.
Barney and the Backyard Gang: Rock with Barney
From Connecticut Public Television and The Lyons Group
PBS Video USA 1991 30 min 1993 pledge drive version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color April 1, 1993
  • Broadcast March 1993.
  • Funding provided by PBS.
  • Opens with the short 1990 Connecticut Public Television logo.
  • Closes with the 1992 PBS logo.
Barney and the Backyard Gang: The Backyard Show
From Connecticut Public Television and The Lyons Group
PBS Video USA 1988 30 min 1991 pledge drive version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color October 1, 1991
  • Broadcast August 1991.
  • Funding provided by PBS.
  • Opens with the full-length 1990 Connecticut Public Television logo.
  • Closes with the 1989 PBS logo.
Barney and the Backyard Gang: Three Wishes
From Connecticut Public Television and The Lyons Group
PBS Video USA 1988 30 min 1991 pledge drive version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color October 1, 1991
  • Broadcast August 1991.
  • Funding provided by PBS.
  • Opens with the full-length 1990 Connecticut Public Television logo.
  • Closes with the 1989 PBS logo.
Barney and the Backyard Gang: Waiting for Santa
From Connecticut Public Television and The Lyons Group
PBS Video USA 1990 30 min 1991 pledge drive version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color January 1, 1992
  • Broadcast November 1991.
  • Funding provided by PBS.
  • Opens with the short 1990 Connecticut Public Television logo.
  • Closes with the 1989 PBS logo.
Cliff Hanger Special Edition
From WNET New York
PBS Video Japan/USA 1980 50 min Standard version NR 16mm 1 N/A Color January 1, 1984
  • Broadcast November 1981.
  • Funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting, PBS, Exxon Corporation, and the Chubb Group of Insurance Companies.
  • Dubbed in English by Glen Glenn Sound.
  • Contains the episodes "Wings of Death" and "Thieves Love the Peace".
  • Voices by Mel Blanc (Cliff Hanger, Detective Ed Scott, Nagata, and additional voices), James Coburn (Dan Dunn), Paul Frees (Goemon the Samurai, Professor Lonebach, the Police Commissioner, and additional voices), Julie McWhirter (Maki Oyamada), Hal Smith (Schmidt), and Janet Waldo (Margo).
  • Closes with the 1971 PBS logo.
Cliff Hanger Vol. 1
From WNET New York
PBS Video Japan/USA 1979 100 min Standard version NR 16mm 1 N/A Color April 1, 1986
  • Broadcast 1978-1981.
  • Funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting, PBS, Exxon Corporation, and the Chubb Group of Insurance Companies.
  • Dubbed in English by Glen Glenn Sound.
  • Contains the episodes "Enter Cliff Hanger", "Order: Shoot to Kill", "Scattered Magnum in the Desert", and "Zantetsuken's Sorrow"
  • Voices by Mel Blanc, James Coburn, June Foray, Paul Frees, and Janet Waldo.
  • Closes with the 1971 PBS logo.
Cliff Hanger Vol. 2
From WNET New York
PBS Video Japan/USA 1980 100 min Standard version NR 16mm 1 N/A Color April 1, 1986
  • Broadcast 1979-1981.
  • Funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting, PBS, Exxon Corporation, and the Chubb Group of Insurance Companies.
  • Dubbed in English by Glen Glenn Sound.
  • Contains the episodes "Lupin, My Lovely Part 1", "Lupin, My Lovely Part 2", "Secret Order from ICPO", and "Operation Highway Trap".
  • Voices by Mel Blanc, James Coburn, June Foray, Paul Frees, Penny Singleton, Pat Stevens, and Janet Waldo.
  • Closes with the 1971 PBS logo.
Cliff Hanger Vol. 3
From WNET New York
PBS Video Japan/USA 1980 100 min Standard version NR 16mm 1 N/A Color April 1, 1986
  • Broadcast 1979-1981.
  • Funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting, PBS, Exxon Corporation, and the Chubb Group of Insurance Companies.
  • Dubbed in English by Glen Glenn Sound.
  • Contains the episodes "Bridal Cliff Hanger", "Polar Adventure", "The Samurai's Close Call", and "Miami Bank Raid Anniversary Heist".
  • Voices by Mel Blanc, James Coburn, Paul Frees, and Janet Waldo.
  • Closes with the 1971 PBS logo.
Cliff Hanger Vol. 4
From WNET New York
PBS Video Japan/USA 1980 100 min Standard version NR 16mm 1 N/A Color April 1, 1986
  • Broadcast 1978-1981.
  • Funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting, PBS, Exxon Corporation, and the Chubb Group of Insurance Companies.
  • Dubbed in English by Glen Glenn Sound.
  • Contains the episodes "Prevent Margo's Marriage", "What Happened to Cliff Hanger in Morocco", "An Escaped Primadonna", and "A Church Made of Bills".
  • Voices by Mel Blanc, James Coburn, Paul Frees, Audrey Hepburn, Penny Singleton, and Janet Waldo.
  • Closes with the 1971 PBS logo.
Cliff Hanger Vol. 5
From WNET New York
PBS Video Japan/USA 1980 100 min Standard version NR 16mm 1 N/A Color April 1, 1986
  • Broadcast 1980-1981.
  • Funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting, PBS, Exxon Corporation, and the Chubb Group of Insurance Companies.
  • Dubbed in English by Glen Glenn Sound.
  • Contains the episodes "Bolumco Takes to a Skateboard", "Cliff's Gourmet Delights", "Play It Again, Dan", and "Well Done! A Splendid Team Effort".
  • Voices by Mel Blanc, James Coburn, June Foray, Paul Frees, Julie McWhirter, Penny Singleton, and Janet Waldo.
  • Closes with the 1971 PBS logo.
From Star Wars to Jedi: The Making of a Saga
From KQED San Francisco and Lucasfilm Ltd.
PBS Video USA 1983 65 min 1983 pledge drive version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color January 1, 1984
  • Broadcast December 3, 1983.
  • Funding provided by PBS.
  • Opens with the short 1980 KQED logo.
  • Closes with the 1971 PBS logo with no music and the voiceover that says "This logo is the symbol of the only station on the air that you own."
The Joy of Painting Series 1
From WNVT Richmond, WNVC Culpeper, and Bob Ross Inc.
PBS Video USA 1983 390 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 13 N/A Color January 1, 1984
  • Broadcast January 11-March 29, 1983.
  • Funding provided by All-Tech Art, Inc.
  • Each tape closes with the 1971 PBS logo.
A Magic School Bus Halloween
From South Carolina ETV, Nelvana, and Scholastic Productions
PBS Video Canada 1995 60 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 13 N/A Color January 1, 1996
  • Broadcast October 31, 1995.
  • Funding provided by National Science Foundation, Microsoft Home, U.S. Department of Energy, Carnegie Corporation of New York, Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and PBS.
  • Closes with the 1992 PBS logo.
The Magic School Bus Family Holiday Special
From South Carolina ETV, Nelvana, and Scholastic Productions
PBS Video Canada 1996 390 min Full-length prime time version NR 16mm 13 N/A Color January 1, 1997
  • Broadcast December 25, 1996.
  • Funding provided by National Science Foundation, Microsoft, U.S. Department of Energy, Carnegie Corporation of New York, Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and PBS.
  • Closes with the 1996 PBS logo with the prototype music.
The Magic School Bus Season 1
From South Carolina ETV, Nelvana, and Scholastic Productions
PBS Video Canada 1994 390 min Standard version NR 16mm 13 N/A Color January 1, 1995
  • Broadcast September 10-December 3, 1994.
  • Funding provided by National Science Foundation, Microsoft Home, U.S. Department of Energy, and Carnegie Corporation of New York.
  • Each tape closes with the 1992 PBS logo.
The Magic School Bus Season 2
From South Carolina ETV, Nelvana, and Scholastic Productions
PBS Video Canada 1995 390 min Standard version NR 16mm 13 N/A Color January 1, 1996
  • Broadcast September 9-December 2, 1995.
  • Funding provided by National Science Foundation, Microsoft Home, U.S. Department of Energy, Carnegie Corporation of New York, Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and PBS.
  • Each tape closes with the 1992 PBS logo.
The Magic School Bus Season 3
From South Carolina ETV, Nelvana, and Scholastic Productions
PBS Video Canada 1996 390 min Standard version NR 16mm 13 N/A Color January 1, 1997
  • Broadcast September 14-December 25, 1996.
  • Funding provided by National Science Foundation, Microsoft, U.S. Department of Energy, Carnegie Corporation of New York, Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and PBS.
  • Each tape closes with the 1996 PBS logo with the prototype music.
The Magic School Bus Season 4
From South Carolina ETV, Nelvana, and Scholastic Productions
PBS Video Canada 1997 390 min Standard version NR 16mm 13 N/A Color January 1, 1998
  • Broadcast September 13-December 6, 1997
  • Funding provided by National Science Foundation, Carnegie Corporation of New York, and PBS.
  • Each tape closes with the 1996 PBS logo (regular music beginning with "Makes a Stink", prototype music on all episodes before).
The Nutcracker
From WQED Pittsburgh
PBS Video USA 1977 78 min 1983 pledge drive version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color January 1, 1984
  • Broadcast November 1983.
  • Funding provided by International Business Machines Corporation and PBS.
  • Opens with the full-length 1975 WQED logo.
  • Closes with the 1971 PBS logo.
Space Fortress Macross Special English-Dubbed Edition
From WHYY Philadelphia and Harmony Gold
PBS Video Japan/USA 1982 70 min Standard version NR 16mm 1 N/A Color October 1, 1990
  • Broadcast August 1990.
  • Funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting, PBS, and General Motors.
  • Dubbed in English by Intersound.
  • Contains the episodes "Boobytrap", "Countdown", and "Space Fold".
  • Voices by Jonathan Alexander (Breetai and additional voices), Celena Banas (Lynn Lena), Robert V. Barron (additional voices), Mary Cobb (additional voices), Guy Garret (Henry Gloval), A. Gregory (Exedore), Brittany Harlow (Claudia Grant), Aline Leslie (Lisa Hayase), Robin Levenson (Sammie Porter), Deanna Morris (Kim Young and Jason), Tony Oliver (Rick Yamada), Mike Reynolds (Senator Alphonso Russo), Greg Snow (additional voices), Wendee Swan (Vanessa Leeds), Drew Thomas (Lynn Max and additional voices), Donn Warner (Roy Fokker), Reba West (Lynn Minmay), and Thomas Wyner (narrator).
  • Closes with the 1989 PBS logo.
  • Peter Thomas narrates the funding credits.
Theater in America: The Taming of the Shrew
From WNET New York
PBS Video USA 1976 120 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color October 1, 1980
  • Broadcast November 10, 1976
  • Funding provided by Exxon Corporation, PBS, Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and the Ford Foundation.
  • Opens with the 1973 WNET logo.
  • Closes with the 1971 PBS logo.
VeggieTales: A Very Silly Sing-Along
From Big Idea Productions and WTTW Chicago
PBS Video USA 1997 30 min 1997 pledge drive version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color April 1, 1997
  • Broadcast March 1997.
  • Funding provided by PBS.
  • Closes with the P-Pals logo.
  • Larry the Cucumber narrates the opening funding, while Bob the Tomato narrates the closing funding.
  • The prototype intro is used, but with the 1994 recording of the theme song and added clips from "God Wants Me to Forgive Them?!?", "Are You My Neighbor?", "Rack, Shack and Benny", "Dave and the Giant Pickle", and this video.
  • Despite the intro being shown, the opening "Viewers Like You" tag is the first thing to be shown due to special circumstances.
  • The P-Pals logo is followed by a teaser for Larry-Boy and the Fib from Outer Space.
VeggieTales: Are You My Neighbor?
From Big Idea Productions and WTTW Chicago
PBS Video USA 1995 30 min 1995 pledge drive version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color October 1, 1995
  • Broadcast August 1995.
  • Funding provided by PBS.
  • Closes with the P-Pals logo.
  • Bob the Tomato narrates both the opening and closing funding.
  • The 1994 intro is used, but with added clips from this video.
  • The 1987 WTTW logo has the end of the closing theme.
VeggieTales: Dave and the Giant Pickle
From Big Idea Productions and WTTW Chicago
PBS Video USA 1996 30 min 1996 pledge drive version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color October 1, 1996
  • Broadcast August 1996.
  • Funding provided by PBS.
  • Closes with the P-Pals logo.
  • Larry the Cucumber narrates the opening funding, while the generic announcer narrates the closing funding.
  • The 1994 intro is used, but with added clips from "Are You My Neighbor?", "Rack, Shack and Benny", and this video.
  • The closing "Viewers Like You" tag is superimposed over the closing shot instead of being shown against the 1993-95 PBS Graphics Package's backdrop.
VeggieTales: Esther: The Girl Who Became Queen
From Big Idea Productions and WTTW Chicago
PBS Video USA 2000 30 min 2000 pledge drive version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color January 1, 2001
  • Broadcast November 2000.
  • Funding provided by PBS.
  • Closes with the 1999 Dot logo.
  • Bob the Tomato narrates both the opening and closing funding.
  • As the intro is not shown, the opening "Viewers Like You" tag is the first thing to be shown.
VeggieTales: God Wants Me to Forgive Them?!?
From Big Idea Productions and WTTW Chicago
PBS Video USA 1994 30 min 1994 pledge drive version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color January 1, 1995
  • Broadcast November 1994.
  • Funding provided by PBS.
  • Closes with the P-Pals logo.
  • Bob the Tomato narrates both the opening and closing funding.
  • The prototype intro is used, but with the 1994 recording the theme song and added clips from this video.
  • The 1987 WTTW logo has the end of the closing theme.
VeggieTales: Josh and the Big Wall!
From Big Idea Productions and WTTW Chicago
PBS Video USA 1997 30 min 1997 pledge drive version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color January 1, 1998
  • Broadcast November 1997.
  • Funding provided by PBS.
  • Closes with the P-Pals logo (e/i balloon variant).
  • Bob the Tomato narrates both the opening and closing funding.
  • The prototype intro is used, but with the 1994 recording of the theme song and added clips from "God Wants Me to Forgive Them?!?", "Are You My Neighbor?", "Rack, Shack and Benny", "Dave and the Giant Pickle", "A Very Silly Sing-Along", and "Larry-Boy and the Fib from Outer Space".
  • The P-Pals logo is followed by a promo for the What's the Big Idea? newsletter.
VeggieTales: King George and the Ducky
From Big Idea Productions and WTTW Chicago
PBS Video USA 2000 30 min 2000 pledge drive version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color October 1, 2000
  • Broadcast August 2000.
  • Funding provided by PBS.
  • Closes with the 1999 Dash logo.
  • Jimmy Gourd narrates both the opening and closing funding.
  • The 1998 intro is used, but with added clips from "Madame Blueberry", "The End of Silliness?", "Larry-Boy and the Rumor Weed", and this video.
  • This is the first episode to use the 1999 "Viewers Like You" font.
VeggieTales: Larry-Boy and the Fib from Outer Space
From Big Idea Productions and WTTW Chicago
PBS Video USA 1997 30 min 1997 pledge drive version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color October 1, 1997
  • Broadcast August 1997.
  • Funding provided by PBS.
  • Closes with the P-Pals logo.
  • Bob the Tomato narrates both the opening and closing funding.
  • The prototype intro is used, but with the 1994 recording of the theme song and added clips from "God Wants Me to Forgive Them?!?", "Are You My Neighbor?", "Rack, Shack and Benny", "Dave and the Giant Pickle", and "A Very Silly Sing-Along".
  • The VeggieTales website for PBS Online is advertised for the first time at the end of the program.
VeggieTales: Larry-Boy and the Rumor Weed
From Big Idea Productions and WTTW Chicago
PBS Video USA 1999 30 min 1999 pledge drive version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color January 1, 2000
  • Broadcast November 1999.
  • Funding provided by PBS.
  • Closes with the P-Pals logo (e/i balloon variant).
  • Larry the Cucumber narrates both the opening and closing funding.
  • As the intro is not shown, the opening "Viewers Like You" tag is the first thing to be shown.
  • This is the first episode where the "Viewers Like You" voiceover is read as "contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You, thank you!", the last episode to use the 1991 "Viewers Like You" font, and the only episode where "Thank You" uses the 1991 "Viewers Like You" font.
VeggieTales: Madame Blueberry
From Big Idea Productions and WTTW Chicago
PBS Video USA 1998 30 min 1998 pledge drive version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color October 1, 1998
  • Broadcast August 1998.
  • Funding provided by PBS.
  • Closes with the P-Pals logo (e/i balloon variant).
  • Bob the Tomato narrates both the opening and closing funding.
  • The 1998 intro is used, but with the 1994 graphics and recording of the theme song.
  • The P-Pals logo is followed by a promo for the What's the Big Idea? newsletter.
  • This is the last episode to use the 1993-95 PBS Graphics Package's backdrop for the "Viewers Like You" tag.
VeggieTales: Rack, Shack and Benny
From Big Idea Productions and WTTW Chicago
PBS Video USA 1993 30 min 1996 pledge drive version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color April 1, 1996
  • Broadcast March 1996.
  • Funding provided by PBS.
  • Closes with the P-Pals logo.
  • Bob the Tomato narrates the opening funding, while Larry the Cucumber narrates the closing funding.
  • The 1994 intro is used, but with added clips from "Are You My Neighbor?" and this video.
VeggieTales: The End of Silliness?
From Big Idea Productions and WTTW Chicago
PBS Video USA 1998 30 min 1998 pledge drive version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color January 1, 1999
  • Broadcast November 1998.
  • Funding provided by PBS.
  • Closes with the P-Pals logo (e/i balloon variant).
  • Bob the Tomato narrates both the opening and closing funding.
  • The 1998 intro is used, but with added clips from "Madame Blueberry" and this video.
  • Despite the intro being shown, the opening "Viewers Like You" tag is the first thing to be shown due to special circumstances.
  • The P-Pals logo is followed by a promo for the What's the Big Idea? newsletter.
VeggieTales: The Toy That Saved Christmas
From Big Idea Productions and WTTW Chicago
PBS Video USA 1996 30 min 1996 pledge drive version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color January 1, 1997
  • Broadcast November 1996.
  • Funding provided by PBS.
  • Closes with the P-Pals logo.
  • Bob the Tomato narrates both the opening and closing funding.
  • As the intro is not shown, the opening "Viewers Like You" tag is the first thing to be shown.
VeggieTales: Where's God When I'm S-Scared?
From Big Idea Productions and WTTW Chicago
PBS Video USA 1993 30 min 1994 pledge drive version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color January 1, 1995
  • Broadcast November 1994.
  • Funding provided by PBS.
  • Closes with the P-Pals logo.
  • Bob the Tomato narrates both the opening and closing funding.
  • The prototype intro is used, but with the 1994 recording of the theme song.
  • The 1987 WTTW logo has the standard music.
The Viper
From WNET New York
PBS Video Japan/USA 1971 50 min Standard version NR 16mm 6 N/A Color January 1, 1985
  • Broadcast April 1-September 2, 1972.
  • Funding provided by Exxon Corporation and the Chubb Group of Insurance Companies.
  • Dubbed in English by Glen Glenn Sound.
  • Voices by Mel Blanc, James Coburn, June Foray, Paul Frees, Heather North, Gary Owens, Hal Smith, Pat Stevens, Janet Waldo, and Paul Winchell.
  • Each tape closes with the 1971 PBS logo.

Republic Pictures Home Video[edit]

Streamline Pictures[edit]

Title Label Country of origin Original year Length Version MPAA rating Film format Tape count Tape break placement (if applicable) Color Released Note(s)
Sailor Moon Vol. 1
From Walt Disney Television, Streamline Pictures, All-American Television, and WNET New York
Streamline Pictures Japan/USA 1992 108 min English-dubbed version NR 16mm 1 N/A Color April 1993
  • Closes with an interview with Naoko Takeuchi (subtitled in English).
  • Dubbed in English by Streamline Pictures.
  • Voices by Catherine Battistone, Jeff Bergman, Steve Bulen, Corey Burton, Ardwight Chamberlain, Lara Cody, Jim Cummings, Peter Cullen, Juliana Donald (credited as "Julie Donald"), Rebecca Forstadt, Don Francks, Alexandra Kenworthy, Wendee Lee, Katie Leigh, Carl Macek, Tress MacNeille, Patti Parris, Will Ryan, Ken Sansom (credited as "Rabbit", also in staff under his own name as "Assistant to Mr. Rabbit"), Gregory Snegoff, and Cree Summer.
  • The standard Streamline Pictures logo does not appear at the start of the program; instead, the program goes from the FBI Warning screen straight to the feature program, beginning with the 1987 WNET New York and short Streamline Pictures logos that opened the first episode.
Sailor Moon Vol. 2
From Walt Disney Television, Streamline Pictures, All-American Television, and WNET New York
Streamline Pictures Japan/USA 1992 108 min English-dubbed version NR 16mm 1 N/A Color May 1993
  • Closes with a staff interview (subtitled in English).
  • Dubbed in English by Streamline Pictures.
  • Voices by Catherine Battistone, Jodi Benson, Jeff Bergman, Steve Bulen, Corey Burton, Nicolas Cage (uncredited), Ardwight Chamberlain, Lara Cody, Tom Cruise, Jim Cummings, Peter Cullen, Juliana Donald (credited as "Julie Donald"), Rebecca Forstadt, Don Francks, Alexandra Kenworthy, Wendee Lee, Katie Leigh, Carl Macek, Tress MacNeille, Patti Parris, Will Ryan, Ken Sansom (credited as "Rabbit", also in staff under his own name as "Assistant to Mr. Rabbit"), Gregory Snegoff, and Cree Summer.
Sailor Moon Vol. 3
From Walt Disney Television, Streamline Pictures, All-American Television, and WNET New York
Streamline Pictures Japan/USA 1992 108 min English-dubbed version NR 16mm 1 N/A Color June 1993
  • Closes with the first part of a cast interview (subtitled in English).
  • Dubbed in English by Streamline Pictures.
  • Voices by Catherine Battistone, Jodi Benson, Jeff Bergman, Steve Bulen, Corey Burton, Nicolas Cage (uncredited), Ardwight Chamberlain, Lara Cody, Jim Cummings, Peter Cullen, Grey DeLisle, Juliana Donald (credited as "Julie Donald"), Rebecca Forstadt, Don Francks, Alexandra Kenworthy, Wendee Lee, Katie Leigh, Carl Macek, Tress MacNeille, Patti Parris, Will Ryan, Ken Sansom (credited as "Rabbit", also in staff under his own name as "Assistant to Mr. Rabbit"), Gregory Snegoff, Cree Summer, and Paul Winchell.
Sailor Moon Vol. 4
From Walt Disney Television, Streamline Pictures, All-American Television, and WNET New York
Streamline Pictures Japan/USA 1992 108 min English-dubbed version NR 16mm 1 N/A Color July 1993
  • Closes with the second part of a cast interview (subtitled in English).
  • Dubbed in English by Streamline Pictures.
  • Voices by Catherine Battistone, Jodi Benson, Jeff Bergman, Steve Bulen, Corey Burton, Nicolas Cage (uncredited), Ardwight Chamberlain, Lara Cody, Jim Cummings, Peter Cullen, Grey DeLisle, Juliana Donald (credited as "Julie Donald"), Rebecca Forstadt, Don Francks, Alexandra Kenworthy, Wendee Lee, Katie Leigh, Carl Macek, Tress MacNeille, Patti Parris, Will Ryan, Ken Sansom (credited as "Rabbit", also in staff under his own name as "Assistant to Mr. Rabbit"), Gregory Snegoff, Cree Summer, Kirk Thornton, and Paul Winchell.
Sailor Moon Vol. 5
From Walt Disney Television, Streamline Pictures, All-American Television, and WNET New York
Streamline Pictures Japan/USA 1992 108 min English-dubbed version NR 16mm 1 N/A Color August 1993
  • Dubbed in English by Streamline Pictures.
  • Voices by Catherine Battistone, Jodi Benson, Jeff Bergman, Steve Bulen, Corey Burton, Nicolas Cage (uncredited), Lara Cody, Jim Cummings, Peter Cullen, Grey DeLisle, Juliana Donald (credited as "Julie Donald"), Rebecca Forstadt, Don Francks, Alexandra Kenworthy, Wendee Lee, Katie Leigh, Carl Macek, Tress MacNeille, Patti Parris, Will Ryan, Ken Sansom (credited as "Rabbit", also in staff under his own name as "Assistant to Mr. Rabbit"), Gregory Snegoff, Cree Summer, and Kirk Thornton.
Sailor Moon Vol. 6
From Walt Disney Television, Streamline Pictures, All-American Television, and WNET New York
Streamline Pictures Japan/USA 1992 108 min English-dubbed version NR 16mm 1 N/A Color September 1993
  • Closes with Sailor Moon merchandise commercials (subtitled in English).
  • Dubbed in English by Streamline Pictures.
  • Voices by Wayne Allwine, Catherine Battistone, Jodi Benson, Jeff Bergman, Steve Bulen, Corey Burton, Nicolas Cage (uncredited), Lara Cody, Jim Cummings, Peter Cullen, Grey DeLisle, Juliana Donald (credited as "Julie Donald"), Rebecca Forstadt, Don Francks, Alexandra Kenworthy, Wendee Lee, Katie Leigh, Carl Macek, Tress MacNeille, Kerrigan Mahan, Patti Parris, Will Ryan, Ken Sansom (credited as "Rabbit", also in staff under his own name as "Assistant to Mr. Rabbit"), Gregory Snegoff, Cree Summer, Russi Taylor, and Kirk Thornton.
Sailor Moon Vol. 7
From Walt Disney Television, Streamline Pictures, All-American Television, and WNET New York
Streamline Pictures Japan/USA 1992 108 min English-dubbed version NR 16mm 1 N/A Color October 1993
  • Closes with a barbecue with the cast (subtitled in English).
  • Dubbed in English by Streamline Pictures.
  • Voices by Catherine Battistone, Jodi Benson, Jeff Bergman, Steve Bulen, Corey Burton, Nicolas Cage (uncredited), Cam Clarke, Lara Cody, Jim Cummings, Peter Cullen, Grey DeLisle, Juliana Donald (credited as "Julie Donald"), Rebecca Forstadt, Don Francks, Alexandra Kenworthy, Wendee Lee, Katie Leigh, Carl Macek, Tress MacNeille, Melanie MacQueen, Kerrigan Mahan, Patti Parris, Will Ryan, Ken Sansom (credited as "Rabbit", also in staff under his own name as "Assistant to Mr. Rabbit"), Gregory Snegoff, Cree Summer, and Paul Winchell.
Sailor Moon Vol. 8
From Walt Disney Television, Streamline Pictures, All-American Television, and WNET New York
Streamline Pictures Japan/USA 1992 108 min English-dubbed version NR 16mm 1 N/A Color November 1993
  • Closes with the Sailor Moon Big Illustration Collection.
  • Dubbed in English by Streamline Pictures.
  • Voices by Catherine Battistone, Jodi Benson, Jeff Bergman, Steve Bulen, Corey Burton, Nicolas Cage (uncredited), Lara Cody, Jim Cummings, Peter Cullen, Grey DeLisle, Juliana Donald (credited as "Julie Donald"), Rebecca Forstadt, Don Francks, Mark Hamill, Alexandra Kenworthy, Wendee Lee, Katie Leigh, Carl Macek, Tress MacNeille, Melanie MacQueen, Kerrigan Mahan, Patti Parris, Will Ryan, Ken Sansom (credited as "Rabbit", also in staff under his own name as "Assistant to Mr. Rabbit"), Gregory Snegoff, Cree Summer, and Paul Winchell.
Sailor Moon Vol. 9
From Walt Disney Television, Streamline Pictures, All-American Television, and WNET New York
Streamline Pictures Japan/USA 1992 108 min English-dubbed version NR 16mm 1 N/A Color December 1993
  • Closes with a Christmas party with the cast (subtitled in English).
  • Dubbed in English by Streamline Pictures.
  • Voices by Catherine Battistone, Jodi Benson, Jeff Bergman, Steve Bulen, Corey Burton, Nicolas Cage, Lara Cody, Jim Cummings, Peter Cullen, Grey DeLisle, Juliana Donald (credited as "Julie Donald"), Rebecca Forstadt, Don Francks, Alexandra Kenworthy, Wendee Lee, Katie Leigh, Carl Macek, Tress MacNeille, Melanie MacQueen, Kerrigan Mahan, Patti Parris, Will Ryan, Ken Sansom (credited as "Rabbit", also in staff under his own name as "Assistant to Mr. Rabbit"), Gregory Snegoff, and Cree Summer.
Sailor Moon Vol. 10
From Walt Disney Television, Streamline Pictures, All-American Television, and WNET New York
Streamline Pictures Japan/USA 1992 108 min English-dubbed version NR 16mm 1 N/A Color January 1994
  • Dubbed in English by Streamline Pictures.
  • Voices by Catherine Battistone, Jodi Benson, Jeff Bergman, Steve Bulen, Corey Burton, Nicolas Cage, Lara Cody, Jim Cummings, Peter Cullen, Christopher Dean, Grey DeLisle, Juliana Donald (credited as "Julie Donald"), Rebecca Forstadt, Don Francks, Mark Hamill, Alexandra Kenworthy, Wendee Lee, Katie Leigh, Carl Macek, Tress MacNeille, Melanie MacQueen, Kerrigan Mahan, Patti Parris, Will Ryan, Ken Sansom (credited as "Rabbit", also in staff under his own name as "Assistant to Mr. Rabbit"), Gregory Snegoff, Cree Summer, Jean Torvill, and Paul Winchell.
Sailor Moon Vol. 11
From Walt Disney Television, Streamline Pictures, All-American Television, and WNET New York
Streamline Pictures Japan/USA 1993 108 min English-dubbed version NR 16mm 1 N/A Color February 1994
  • Closes with all 46 episode previews (subtitled in English).
  • Dubbed in English by Streamline Pictures.
  • Voices by Catherine Battistone, Jodi Benson, Jeff Bergman, Steve Bulen, Corey Burton, Nicolas Cage, Lara Cody, Jim Cummings, Peter Cullen, Grey DeLisle, Juliana Donald (credited as "Julie Donald"), Rebecca Forstadt, Don Francks, Mark Hamill, Alexandra Kenworthy, Wendee Lee, Katie Leigh, Carl Macek, Tress MacNeille, Melanie MacQueen, Kerrigan Mahan, Patti Parris, Will Ryan, Ken Sansom (credited as "Rabbit", also in staff under his own name as "Assistant to Mr. Rabbit"), Gregory Snegoff, Cree Summer, and Paul Winchell.
Sailor Moon Vol. 12
From Walt Disney Television, Streamline Pictures, All-American Television, and WNET New York
Streamline Pictures Japan/USA 1993 54 min English-dubbed version NR 16mm 1 N/A Color March 1994
  • Closes with the clean opening ("Moonlight Legend") and closing ("Heart Moving" and "Moon Princess") sequences.
  • Dubbed in English by Streamline Pictures.
  • Voices by Catherine Battistone, Jodi Benson, Jeff Bergman, Steve Bulen, Corey Burton, Nicolas Cage, Lara Cody, Jim Cummings, Peter Cullen, Grey DeLisle, Juliana Donald (credited as "Julie Donald"), Rebecca Forstadt, Don Francks, Alexandra Kenworthy, Wendee Lee, Katie Leigh, Carl Macek, Tress MacNeille, Melanie MacQueen, Patti Parris, Will Ryan, Ken Sansom (credited as "Rabbit", also in staff under his own name as "Assistant to Mr. Rabbit"), Gregory Snegoff, and Cree Summer.
Sailor Moon R Vol. 1
From Walt Disney Television, Streamline Pictures, All-American Television, and WNET New York
Streamline Pictures Japan/USA 1993 108 min English-dubbed version NR 16mm 1 N/A Color April 1994
  • Dubbed in English by Streamline Pictures.
  • Voices by Jodi Benson, Jeff Bergman, Steve Bulen, Corey Burton, Nicolas Cage, Lara Cody, Jim Cummings, Peter Cullen, Grey DeLisle, Juliana Donald (credited as "Julie Donald"), Rebecca Forstadt, Alexandra Kenworthy, Val Kilmer, Wendee Lee, Katie Leigh, Carl Macek, Tress MacNeille, Melanie MacQueen, Brittany Murphy, Patti Parris, Will Ryan, Ken Sansom (credited as "Rabbit", also in staff under his own name as "Assistant to Mr. Rabbit"), Gregory Snegoff, and Cree Summer.
Sailor Moon R Vol. 2
From Walt Disney Television, Streamline Pictures, All-American Television, and WNET New York
Streamline Pictures Japan/USA 1993 108 min English-dubbed version NR 16mm 1 N/A Color May 1994
  • Dubbed in English by Streamline Pictures.
  • Voices by Jodi Benson, Jeff Bergman, Steve Bulen, Corey Burton, Nicolas Cage, Lara Cody, Jim Cummings, Peter Cullen, Grey DeLisle, Juliana Donald (credited as "Julie Donald"), Rebecca Forstadt, Alexandra Kenworthy, Val Kilmer, Wendee Lee, Katie Leigh, Carl Macek, Tress MacNeille, Melanie MacQueen, Brittany Murphy, Patti Parris, Will Ryan, Ken Sansom (credited as "Rabbit", also in staff under his own name as "Assistant to Mr. Rabbit"), Gregory Snegoff, and Cree Summer.
Sailor Moon R Vol. 3
From Walt Disney Television, Streamline Pictures, All-American Television, and WNET New York
Streamline Pictures Japan/USA 1993 108 min English-dubbed version NR 16mm 1 N/A Color June 1994
  • Dubbed in English by Streamline Pictures.
  • Voices by Jodi Benson, Jeff Bergman, Steve Bulen, Corey Burton, Nicolas Cage, Lara Cody, Jim Cummings, Peter Cullen, Grey DeLisle, Juliana Donald (credited as "Julie Donald"), Rebecca Forstadt, Alexandra Kenworthy, Val Kilmer, Wendee Lee, Katie Leigh, Carl Macek, Tress MacNeille, Melanie MacQueen, Brittany Murphy, Patti Parris, Will Ryan, Ken Sansom (credited as "Rabbit", also in staff under his own name as "Assistant to Mr. Rabbit"), Gregory Snegoff, and Cree Summer.
Sailor Moon R Vol. 4
From Walt Disney Television, Streamline Pictures, All-American Television, and WNET New York
Streamline Pictures Japan/USA 1993 108 min English-dubbed version NR 16mm 1 N/A Color July 1994
  • Dubbed in English by Streamline Pictures.
  • Voices by Jodi Benson, Jeff Bergman, Steve Bulen, Corey Burton, Nicolas Cage, Ardwight Chamberlain, Cheryl Chase, Lara Cody, Jim Cummings, Peter Cullen, Grey DeLisle, Juliana Donald (credited as "Julie Donald"), Rebecca Forstadt, Alexandra Kenworthy, Val Kilmer, Wendee Lee, Katie Leigh, Carl Macek, Tress MacNeille, Melanie MacQueen, Brittany Murphy, Patti Parris, Will Ryan, Ken Sansom (credited as "Rabbit", also in staff under his own name as "Assistant to Mr. Rabbit"), Gregory Snegoff, and Cree Summer.
Sailor Moon R Vol. 5
From Walt Disney Television, Streamline Pictures, All-American Television, and WNET New York
Streamline Pictures Japan/USA 1993 108 min English-dubbed version NR 16mm 1 N/A Color August 1994
  • Dubbed in English by Streamline Pictures.
  • Voices by Jodi Benson, Jeff Bergman, Steve Bulen, Corey Burton, Nicolas Cage, Ardwight Chamberlain, Cheryl Chase, Lara Cody, Jim Cummings, Peter Cullen, Grey DeLisle, Juliana Donald (credited as "Julie Donald"), Rebecca Forstadt, Mark Hamill, Alexandra Kenworthy, Wendee Lee, Katie Leigh, Carl Macek, Tress MacNeille, Melanie MacQueen, Patti Parris, Will Ryan, Ken Sansom (credited as "Rabbit", also in staff under his own name as "Assistant to Mr. Rabbit"), Gregory Snegoff, Cree Summer, and Paul Winchell.
Sailor Moon R: The Promise of the Rose
From Walt Disney Pictures and Streamline Pictures
Streamline Pictures Japan/USA 1993 83 min English-dubbed version PG Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color July 1994
  • Opens with the short subject Make Up! Sailor Soldiers.
  • Letterboxed.
  • Dubbed in English by Streamline Pictures.
  • Voices by Catherine Battistone (Xenian), Jodi Benson (Amy Mizuno/Sailor Mercury), Nicolas Cage (Artemis), Cheryl Chase (Bonnie Tsukino), Lara Cody (Minako Aino/Sailor Venus and Luna), Grey DeLisle (Ray Hino/Sailor Mars), Juliana Donald (credited as "Julie Donald") (additional voices), Rebecca Forstadt (Bunny Tsukino/Sailor Moon), Alexandra Kenworthy (additional voices), Val Kilmer (Fiore), Katie Leigh (additional voices), Carl Macek (additional voices), Melanie MacQueen (Makoto Kino/Sailor Jupiter), Patti Parris (additional voices), Brad Renfro (young Fiore), Will Ryan (additional voices), Gregory Snegoff (Marty Chiba/Tuxedo Mask), and Elijah Wood (young Marty).
  • The opening and closing Walt Disney Pictures logos and the MPAA PG bumper are retained.

Turner Home Entertainment[edit]

Title Label(s) Country of origin Original year Length Version MPAA rating Film format Tape count Tape break placement (if applicable) Color Released Note(s)
Cliff Hanger Special Edition
From WNET New York
PBS Home Video Japan/USA 1980 50 min Standard version NR 16mm 1 N/A Color September 23, 1994
  • Broadcast November 1981.
  • Funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting, PBS, Exxon Corporation, and the Chubb Group of Insurance Companies.
  • Dubbed in English by Glen Glenn Sound.
  • Contains the episodes "Wings of Death" and "Thieves Love the Peace".
  • Voices by Mel Blanc (Cliff Hanger, Detective Ed Scott, Nagata, and additional voices), James Coburn (Dan Dunn), Paul Frees (Goemon the Samurai, Professor Lonebach, the Police Commissioner, and additional voices), Julie McWhirter (Maki Oyamada), Hal Smith (Schmidt), and Janet Waldo (Margo).
Dirty Pair Vol. 1
From WSJK Sneedville, WKOP Knoxville, KQED San Francisco, and Streamline Pictures
PBS Home Video Japan 1985 108 min Standard version NR 16mm 1 N/A Color March 7, 1995
  • Broadcast September 16-October 7, 1993.
  • Funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting, PBS, and Pepsico.
  • In Japanese with English subtitles.
  • Contains the episodes "We'll Teach You How to Kill a Computer", "Do Lovely Angels Like Chest Hairs?", "Don't Fall in Love...Love Is Russian Roulette", and "Pursuit Has the Smell of Cheesecake and Death".
  • Translation and subtitles by AnimEigo.
  • The 1992 PBS logo at the start of the tape is followed by the 1993 Streamline Pictures logo.
Dirty Pair Vol. 2
From WSJK Sneedville, WKOP Knoxville, KQED San Francisco, and Streamline Pictures
PBS Home Video Japan 1985 108 min Standard version NR 16mm 1 N/A Color March 7, 1995
  • Broadcast October 14-November 4, 1993.
  • Funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting, PBS, and Pepsico.
  • In Japanese with English subtitles.
  • Contains the episodes "Cleardos Dokkun Dokkun", "Lot of Danger, Lot of Dummies", "Love Is Everything, Betting Their Lives on Escape", and "Gotta Do It! Love Is a Woman's Detonator".
  • Translation and subtitles by AnimEigo.
  • The 1992 PBS logo at the start of the tape is followed by the 1993 Streamline Pictures logo.
Dirty Pair Vol. 3
From WSJK Sneedville, WKOP Knoxville, KQED San Francisco, and Streamline Pictures
PBS Home Video Japan 1985 108 min Standard version NR 16mm 1 N/A Color March 7, 1995
  • Broadcast November 11-December 2, 1993.
  • Funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting, PBS, and Pepsico.
  • In Japanese with English subtitles.
  • Contains the episodes "Hire Us! It's Better to Get Good-Looking Bodyguards", "What! We're the Brutal Kidnappers?", "Ho Ho Ho, Dresses and Men Are Better New", and "The Little Dictator! The Curse of the Touchy Secret".
  • Translation and subtitles by AnimEigo.
  • The 1992 PBS logo at the start of the tape is followed by the 1993 Streamline Pictures logo.
Dirty Pair Vol. 4
From WSJK Sneedville, WKOP Knoxville, KQED San Francisco, and Streamline Pictures
PBS Home Video Japan 1985 108 min Standard version NR 16mm 1 N/A Color March 7, 1995
  • Broadcast December 9-30, 1993.
  • Funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting, PBS, and Pepsico.
  • In Japanese with English subtitles.
  • Contains the episodes "What's This?! Our Fair Skin Is Getting Dolon Dolon", "The Vault or the Election? The Convention Hides the Killer", "Dig Here Nyan Nyan, the Reward Comes in the Very End", and "Leave It to Us! The WWWA Is a Wonderful Job".
  • Translation and subtitles by AnimEigo.
  • The 1992 PBS logo at the start of the tape is followed by the 1993 Streamline Pictures logo.
Dirty Pair Vol. 5
From WSJK Sneedville, WKOP Knoxville, KQED San Francisco, and Streamline Pictures
PBS Home Video Japan 1985 108 min Standard version NR 16mm 1 N/A Color March 7, 1995
  • Broadcast January 6-27, 1994.
  • Funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting, PBS, and Pepsico.
  • In Japanese with English subtitles.
  • Contains the episodes "Come Out, Come Out, Assassin!", "Excuse Us, the Running Trouble, Violent Breakthroughs", "Let Love Dispel the Returned Hatreds and the Hatred of Love", and "The Pursuit of Blues Is the BGM of Murder".
  • Translation and subtitles by AnimEigo.
  • The 1992 PBS logo at the start of the tape is followed by the 1993 Streamline Pictures logo.
Dirty Pair Vol. 6
From WSJK Sneedville, WKOP Knoxville, KQED San Francisco, and Streamline Pictures
PBS Home Video Japan 1985 108 min Standard version NR 16mm 1 N/A Color March 7, 1995
  • Broadcast February 3-24, 1994.
  • Funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting, PBS, and Pepsico.
  • In Japanese with English subtitles.
  • Contains the episodes "You're Kidding, 463 People Disappear", "We Did It! 463 People Reappear", "Uncertainty...? Our Magnificent Revenge", and "Are You Serious? The Apartment Is a Dangerous Address".
  • Translation and subtitles by AnimEigo.
  • The 1992 PBS logo at the start of the tape is followed by the 1993 Streamline Pictures logo.
Dirty Pair: With Love from the Lovely Angels
From WSJK Sneedville, WKOP Knoxville, KQED San Francisco, and Streamline Pictures
PBS Home Video Japan 1986 60 min Standard version NR 16mm 1 N/A Color March 7, 1995
  • Broadcast March 3, 1994.
  • Funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting, PBS, and Pepsico.
  • In Japanese with English subtitles.
  • Contains the episodes "What?! The Boy in the Mansion Is a Terminator?" and "Seriously? The God Cannon Is a Beauty's Keyword to Escape".
  • Translation and subtitles by AnimEigo.
  • The 1992 PBS logo at the start of the tape is followed by the 1993 Streamline Pictures logo.
Shining Time Station: Double Trouble
From WNET New York, Quality Family Entertainment, and Catalyst Entertainment
PBS Home Video Canada/UK 1991 30 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color August 15, 1995
  • Broadcast December 23, 1991
  • Funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting and PBS.
  • Preserves the 1989 PBS logo at the end.
Shining Time Station: Is Anybody There?
From WNET New York, Quality Family Entertainment, and Catalyst Entertainment
PBS Home Video Canada/UK 1991 30 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color August 15, 1995
  • Broadcast December 24, 1991
  • Funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting and PBS.
  • Preserves the 1989 PBS logo at the end.
Shining Time Station: Jingle, Jingle, Jingle
From WNET New York and Quality Family Entertainment
PBS Home Video Canada/UK 1991 30 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color August 15, 1995
  • Broadcast December 26, 1991
  • Funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting and PBS.
  • Preserves the 1989 PBS logo at the end.
Shining Time Station: Scare Dares
From WNET New York, Quality Family Entertainment, and Catalyst Entertainment
PBS Home Video Canada/UK 1991 30 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color August 15, 1995
  • Broadcast November 18, 1991
  • Funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting and PBS.
  • Preserves the 1989 PBS logo at the end.
Shining Time Station: Sweet and Sour
From WNET New York, Quality Family Entertainment, and Catalyst Entertainment
PBS Home Video Canada/UK 1991 30 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color August 15, 1995
  • Broadcast November 22, 1991
  • Funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting and PBS.
  • Preserves the 1989 PBS logo at the end.
Shining Time Station: The Magic Is Believing
From WNET New York, Quality Family Entertainment, and Catalyst Entertainment
PBS Home Video Canada/UK 1991 30 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color August 15, 1995
  • Broadcast November 20, 1991
  • Funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting and PBS.
  • Preserves the 1989 PBS logo at the end.
Shining Time Station: 'Tis a Gift
From WNET New York and Quality Family Entertainment
PBS Home Video USA/UK 1990 60 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color September 14, 1994
  • Broadcast November 25, 1990
  • Funding provided by Dayton Hudson Corporation.
  • Preserves the 1989 PBS logo at the end.
Space Fortress Macross Special English-Dubbed Edition
From WHYY Philadelphia and Harmony Gold
PBS Home Video Japan/USA 1982 70 min Standard version NR 16mm 1 N/A Color September 23, 1994
  • Broadcast August 1990.
  • Funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting, PBS, and General Motors.
  • Dubbed in English by Intersound.
  • Contains the episodes "Boobytrap", "Countdown", and "Space Fold".
  • Voices by Jonathan Alexander (Breetai and additional voices), Celena Banas (Lynn Lena), Robert V. Barron (additional voices), Mary Cobb (additional voices), Guy Garret (Henry Gloval), A. Gregory (Exedore), Brittany Harlow (Claudia Grant), Aline Leslie (Lisa Hayase), Robin Levenson (Sammie Porter), Deanna Morris (Kim Young and Jason), Tony Oliver (Rick Yamada), Mike Reynolds (Senator Alphonso Russo), Greg Snow (additional voices), Wendee Swan (Vanessa Leeds), Drew Thomas (Lynn Max and additional voices), Donn Warner (Roy Fokker), Reba West (Lynn Minmay), and Thomas Wyner (narrator).
  • Preserves the 1989 PBS logo at the end.

Universal Studios Home Video[edit]

Title Label Country of origin Original year Length Version MPAA rating Film format Tape count Tape break placement (if applicable) Color Released Note(s)
África mía MCA/Universal Home Video USA/Mexico 1985 161 min Standard version PG Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color February 25, 1997
  • Dubbed in Spanish by Procineas S.C.L.
Baretta
From Universal Television
MCA Videocassette, Inc. USA 1975 100 min Compilation version NR Academy 1 N/A Color June 24, 1982
  • Includes the episodes "He'll Never See Daylight" and "Keep Your Eye on the Sparrow".
Beethoven: Un gato llamado Rover MCA/Universal Home Video USA/Mexico 1994 33 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color February 25, 1997
  • Dubbed in Spanish.
  • Includes the episodes "Un gato llamado Rover", "Beethoven sigue una dieta", and "Beethoven el grande".
Los días favoritos de Casper
From The Harvey Entertainment Company
MCA/Universal Home Video USA 1992 25 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color February 25, 1997
  • Dubbed in Spanish.
Closet Land
From Imagine Entertainment
MCA/Universal Home Video USA 1991 95 min Standard version R Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color September 12, 1991
Espartaco MCA/Universal Home Video USA 1960 197 min Restored version PG-13 Technirama 1 N/A Color February 25, 1997
  • In English with Spanish subtitles.
Fievel: Un cuento americano: En busca de oro/Amigos para siempre MCA/Universal Home Video USA/Mexico 1992 45 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color February 25, 1997
  • Dubbed in Spanish by Procineas S.C.L.
Force Five
From Universal Television
MCA Videocassette, Inc. USA 1975 78 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color June 24, 1982
The Killers MCA Home Video USA 1946 103 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white December 1986 TBD
Mallrats MCA/Universal Home Video USA/Spain 1995 96 min Standard version R Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color February 25, 1997
  • Dubbed in Spanish by Soundtrack.
Misterio en el espacio: la película MCA/Universal Home Video USA 1996 74 min Standard version PG-13 Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color February 25, 1997
  • In English with Spanish subtitles.
El Pájaro Loco y sus amigos MCA/Universal Home Video USA/Mexico 1982 80 min Standard version G Academy 1 N/A Color February 25, 1997
  • Dubbed in Spanish by CINSA.
  • Includes the short subjects "Knock Knock", "The Bandmaster", "Ski for Two", "Hot Noon or 12 O'Clock for Sure", "The Legend of Rockabye Point", "Wet Blanket Policy", "To Catch a Woodpecker", "Musical Moments from Chopin", "Bats in the Belfry", and "Crazy Mixed-Up Pup", and the documentary "The Walter Lantz Story".
Prohibida obsesión MCA/Universal Home Video USA 1989 114 min Standard version R Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color February 25, 1997
  • In English with Spanish subtitles.
Tierra de armarios
From Imagine Entertainment
MCA/Universal Home Video USA 1991 95 min Standard version R Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color February 25, 1997
  • Dubbed in Spanish.
Vida de perros: Perro enemigo/Perro exposición MCA/Universal Home Video USA/Mexico 1993 45 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color February 25, 1997
  • Dubbed in Spanish.
Volver al futuro: Hermanos/Vacaciones en familia MCA/Universal Home Video USA/Mexico 1991 45 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color February 25, 1997
  • Dubbed in Spanish by Procineas S.C.L.

VCI Home Video[edit]

Title Label Country of origin Original year Length Version MPAA rating Film format Tape count Tape break placement (if applicable) Color Released Note(s)
Instinct for Survival
From Gold Key Entertainment
VCI Home Video Netherlands 1972 104 min Standard version G Matted 1.66 1 N/A Color 1979 TBD

Vestron Video[edit]

Title Label Country of origin Original year Length Version MPAA rating Film format Tape count Tape break placement (if applicable) Color Released Note(s)
Blue Steel Vestron Video USA 1990 102 min Standard version R ??? 1 N/A Color August 8, 1990 TBD
Little Monsters Vestron Video USA 1989 101 min Standard version PG ??? 1 N/A Color March 29, 1990 TBD

Vidmark Entertainment[edit]

Title Label Country of origin Original year Length Version MPAA rating Film format Tape count Tape break placement (if applicable) Color Released Note(s)
A Kid in King Arthur's Court
From Trimark Pictures
Vidmark Entertainment USA 1995 89 min Standard version PG ??? 1 N/A Color 1995 TBD
Scissors
From Trimark Pictures
Vidmark Entertainment USA 1991 105 min Standard version R ??? 1 N/A Color 1991 TBD

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment[edit]

Title Label Country of origin Original year Length Version MPAA rating Film format Tape count Tape break placement (if applicable) Color Released Note(s)
Act One Warner Home Video USA 1963 110 min Standard version NR Matted 1.66 1 N/A Black and white February 11, 1985 TBD
Bala blindada
From Regency Enterprises
Warner Home Video USA/Spain 1987 92 min Standard version R Matted 1.66 1 N/A Color June 4, 1996
  • Dubbed in Spanish by Sonoblok.
The Beastmaster
From Weintraub Entertainment Group
Warner Home Video USA/West Germany 1982 118 min Standard version PG Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color June 19, 1991
  • The feature presentation is preceded by the Weintraub Entertainment Group logo.
Brasil
From Regency Enterprises
Warner Home Video UK/USA/Mexico 1985 142 min Standard version R Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color June 4, 1996
  • Dubbed in Spanish by Procineas S.C.L.
Brazil
From Regency Enterprises
Warner Home Video UK/USA 1985 142 min Standard version R Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color June 20, 1990
  • The feature presentation is preceded by the Weintraub Entertainment Group logo.
Brazil
From Regency Enterprises
Warner Home Video UK/USA 1985 142 min Standard version R Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color June 4, 1996 TBD
CardCaptor Sakura Vol. 1
From KCTS Seattle and NHK
PBS Home Video Japan 1998 81 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color April 6, 1999
  • Broadcast November 12, 1998 and March 25-April 8, 1999.
  • A PBS Digital presentation.
  • Funding provided by PBS.
  • In Japanese with English subtitles.
  • Contains the episodes "Sakura and the Mysterious Magic Book", "Sakura's Wonderful Friend", and "Sakura's Heart-Racing First Date".
CardCaptor Sakura Vol. 2
From KCTS Seattle and NHK
PBS Home Video Japan 1998 108 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color May 4, 1999
  • Broadcast April 15-May 6, 1999.
  • A PBS Digital presentation.
  • Funding provided by PBS.
  • In Japanese with English subtitles.
  • Contains the episodes "Sakura's Tiring Sunday", "Sakura, Panda, and a Cute Shop", "Sakura and Memories of Her Mother", and "Sakura's First Attempt as a Thief".
CardCaptor Sakura Vol. 3
From KCTS Seattle and NHK
PBS Home Video Japan 1998 108 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color June 1, 1999
  • Broadcast May 13-June 3, 1999.
  • A PBS Digital presentation.
  • Funding provided by PBS.
  • In Japanese with English subtitles.
  • Contains the episodes "Sakura's Rival Appears", "Sakura and the Mysterious Brooch", "Sakura and the Sports Day of Flowers", "Sakura, Tomoyo, and a Mansion".
CardCaptor Sakura Vol. 4
From KCTS Seattle and NHK
PBS Home Video Japan 1998 108 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color July 6, 1999
  • Broadcast June 10-July 1, 1999.
  • A PBS Digital presentation.
  • Funding provided by PBS.
  • In Japanese with English subtitles.
  • Contains the episodes "Sakura's Never-Ending Day", "Sakura and the Elephant's Test of Strength", "Sakura, Toya, and Cinderella", and "Sakura and Kero's Big Fight".
CardCaptor Sakura Vol. 5
From KCTS Seattle and NHK
PBS Home Video Japan 1998 108 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color August 3, 1999
  • Broadcast July 8-29, 1999.
  • A PBS Digital presentation.
  • Funding provided by PBS.
  • In Japanese with English subtitles.
  • Contains the episodes "Sakura and the Rainbow of Memories", "Sakura's Scary Test of Courage", "Sakura, Yukito, and the Summer Festival", and "Sakura and the Summer Holiday Homework".
CardCaptor Sakura Vol. 6
From KCTS Seattle and NHK
PBS Home Video Japan 1998 108 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color September 7, 1999
  • Broadcast August 5-26, 1999.
  • A PBS Digital presentation.
  • Funding provided by PBS.
  • In Japanese with English subtitles.
  • Contains the episodes "Sakura vs. the Transfer Student", "Sakura's Long Marathon Race", "Sakura and Her Kind Father", and "Sakura, Tomoyo, and the Wonderful Song".
CardCaptor Sakura Vol. 7
From KCTS Seattle and NHK
PBS Home Video Japan 1998 108 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color October 5, 1999
  • Broadcast September 2-23, 1999.
  • A PBS Digital presentation.
  • Funding provided by PBS.
  • In Japanese with English subtitles.
  • Contains the episodes "Sakura's Little Adventure", "Sakura and One More Sakura", "Sakura and the Wonderful Teacher", and "Sakura and the Shrine of Memories".
CardCaptor Sakura Vol. 8
From KCTS Seattle and NHK
PBS Home Video Japan 1998 108 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color November 2, 1999
  • Broadcast September 30-October 21, 1999.
  • A PBS Digital presentation.
  • Funding provided by PBS.
  • In Japanese with English subtitles.
  • Contains the episodes "Sakura and the Enchanted Cards", "Sakura's Sweet Cooking", "Sakura and the Injured Card", and "Sakura and the Nameless Book".
CardCaptor Sakura Vol. 9
From KCTS Seattle and NHK
PBS Home Video Japan 1998 108 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color December 7, 1999
  • Broadcast October 28-November 18, 1999.
  • A PBS Digital presentation.
  • Funding provided by PBS.
  • In Japanese with English subtitles.
  • Contains the episodes "Sakura, Kero, and Xiǎo Láng", "Sakura's Freezing Ice Skating", "Sakura, Yukito, and the Midday Moon", and "Sakura's Wonderful Christmas".
CardCaptor Sakura Vol. 10
From KCTS Seattle and NHK
PBS Home Video Japan 1999 108 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color April 4, 2000
  • Broadcast March 23-April 13, 2000.
  • A PBS Digital presentation.
  • Funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting and PBS.
  • In Japanese with English subtitles.
  • Contains the episodes "Sakura and the Snowy New School Term", "Sakura and Tomoyo's Lost Voice", "Sakura's Fun Strawberry Picking Adventure", and "Sakura's Dizzy Fever Day".
CardCaptor Sakura Vol. 11
From KCTS Seattle and NHK
PBS Home Video Japan 1999 108 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color May 2, 2000
  • Broadcast April 20-May 11, 2000.
  • A PBS Digital presentation.
  • Funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting and PBS.
  • In Japanese with English subtitles.
  • Contains the episodes "Sakura and the Sakura from the Dream", "Sakura, Xiǎo Láng, and the Sea of Sand", "Sakura and the Blacked Out School Arts Festival", and "Sakura and Farewell to Méi Líng".
CardCaptor Sakura Vol. 12
From KCTS Seattle and NHK
PBS Home Video Japan 1999 81 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color June 6, 2000
  • Broadcast May 18-June 1, 2000.
  • A PBS Digital presentation.
  • Funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting and PBS.
  • In Japanese with English subtitles.
  • Contains the episodes "Sakura, Kero, and the Mysterious Teacher", "Sakura and the Final Clow Card", and "Sakura and the Final Judgment".
CardCaptor Sakura Vol. 13
From KCTS Seattle and NHK
PBS Home Video Japan 1999 81 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color November 7, 2000
  • Broadcast October 7-28, 2000.
  • A PBS Digital presentation.
  • Funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting and PBS.
  • In Japanese with English subtitles.
  • Contains the episodes "Sakura and the Mysterious Transfer Student", "Sakura and the Awakened Star Key", "Sakura and the Dangerous Piano", and "Sakura, Xiǎo Láng, and the Invisible Thread".
Conan the Barbarian
From Dino de Laurentiis
Warner Home Video USA/Mexico 1982 130 min International version R Todd-AO 35 1 N/A Color May 22, 1991
  • The feature presentation is preceded by the Weintraub Entertainment Group logo.
Crime Wave Warner Home Video USA 1954 74 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white May 26, 1986 TBD
Crime Wave Warner Home Video USA 1954 74 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white May 18, 1994 TBD
Disciples of Death
From Shaw Brothers Studio
Warner Home Video Hong Kong/Taiwan 1974 101 min World Northal version NC-17 Shawscope 1 N/A Color June 27, 1995 TBD
Heroes Two
From Shaw Brothers Studio
Warner Home Video Hong Kong 1974 93 min World Northal version R Shawscope 1 N/A Color June 27, 1995 TBD
Highlander
From UGC Droits Audiovisuels
Warner Home Video UK/USA 1985 116 min European theatrical version R Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color September 3, 1996
  • Letterboxed.
  • THX-certified, uses the Broadway trailer with the high-pitched Deep Note.
Highway 301 Warner Home Video USA 1950 83 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Black and white October 20, 1988 TBD
Invincible Pole Fighter
From Shaw Brothers Studio
Warner Home Video Hong Kong 1984 98 min World Northal version NC-17 Shawscope 1 N/A Color June 27, 1995 TBD
King Kong
From Dino de Laurentiis
Warner Home Video USA/Italy 1976 134 min Standard version PG Panavision 1 N/A Color February 13, 1991
  • The feature presentation is preceded by the Weintraub Entertainment Group logo.
The King of Comedy
From Regency Enterprises
Warner Home Video USA 1982 109 min Standard version PG Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color July 24, 1991
  • The feature presentation is preceded by the Weintraub Entertainment Group logo.
Legend
From Regency Enterprises
Warner Home Video USA 1985 93 min Standard version PG J-D-C Scope 1 N/A Color June 19, 1991
  • The feature presentation is preceded by the Weintraub Entertainment Group logo.
Legend
From Regency Enterprises
Warner Home Video USA 1985 93 min Standard version PG J-D-C Scope 1 N/A Color June 4, 1996 TBD
Leyenda
From Regency Enterprises
Warner Home Video USA/Mexico 1985 93 min Standard version PG J-D-C Scope 1 N/A Color June 4, 1996
  • Dubbed in Spanish by Procineas S.C.L.
Legendary Weapons of Kung Fu
From Shaw Brothers Studio
Warner Home Video Hong Kong 1982 109 min World Northal version R Shawscope 1 N/A Color June 27, 1995 TBD
Mad Max
From Warner Bros. Pictures and Roadshow Distributors
Warner Home Video Australia 1979 93 min Australian version R Todd-AO 35 1 N/A Color June 15, 1983
  • The Roadshow Distributors logo is preserved at the start of the film.
Mad Max
From Warner Bros. Pictures and Roadshow Distributors
Warner Home Video Australia 1979 93 min Australian version R Todd-AO 35 1 N/A Color August 16, 1989
  • The Roadshow Distributors logo is preserved at the start of the film.
Man on Fire
From Regency Enterprises
Warner Home Video USA 1987 92 min Standard version R Matted 1.66 1 N/A Color June 4, 1996 TBD
The Master Gunfighter Warner Home Video USA 1975 121 min Standard version PG Panavision 1 N/A Color May 1981 TBD
My Blood Runs Cold Warner Home Video USA 1965 104 min Standard version NR Panavision 1 N/A Black and white February 11, 1985 TBD
El rey de la comedia
From Regency Enterprises
Warner Home Video USA/Venezuela 1982 109 min Standard version PG Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color June 4, 1996
  • Dubbed in Spanish by Etcétera Group.
Shaolin Executioner
From Shaw Brothers Studio
Warner Home Video Hong Kong 1977 98 min World Northal version R Shawscope 1 N/A Color June 27, 1995 TBD
Shining Time Station: Becky Makes a Wish
From WNET New York, Quality Family Entertainment, and Catalyst Entertainment
PBS Kids Video Canada/UK 1993 30 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color February 2, 1999
  • Broadcast March 22, 1993.
  • Funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting and PBS.
  • The 1992 PBS logo is plastered with the P-Pals logo.
Shining Time Station: Billy's Party
From WNET New York, Quality Family Entertainment, and Catalyst Entertainment
PBS Kids Video Canada/UK 1993 30 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color February 2, 1999
  • Broadcast April 21, 1993.
  • Funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting and PBS.
  • The 1992 PBS logo is plastered with the P-Pals logo.
Shining Time Station: Bully for Mr. Conductor
From WNET New York, Quality Family Entertainment, and Catalyst Entertainment
PBS Kids Video Canada/UK 1993 30 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color February 2, 1999
  • Broadcast March 24, 1993.
  • Funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting and PBS.
  • The 1992 PBS logo is plastered with the P-Pals logo.
Shining Time Station: Mr. Conductor's Evil Twin
From WNET New York, Quality Family Entertainment, and Catalyst Entertainment
PBS Kids Video Canada/UK 1993 30 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color February 2, 1999
  • Broadcast May 5, 1993.
  • Funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting and PBS.
  • The 1992 PBS logo is plastered with the P-Pals logo.
Shining Time Station: Schemer Alone
From WNET New York, Quality Family Entertainment, and Catalyst Entertainment
PBS Kids Video Canada/UK 1993 30 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color February 2, 1999
  • Broadcast March 23, 1993.
  • Funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting and PBS.
  • The 1992 PBS logo is plastered with the P-Pals logo.
Shining Time Station: Schemer's Special Club
From WNET New York, Quality Family Entertainment, and Catalyst Entertainment
PBS Kids Video Canada/UK 1993 30 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color February 2, 1999
  • Broadcast May 19, 1993.
  • Funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting and PBS.
  • The 1992 PBS logo is plastered with the P-Pals logo.
Shining Time Station: Stacy Cleans Up
From WNET New York, Quality Family Entertainment, and Catalyst Entertainment
PBS Kids Video Canada/UK 1993 30 min Standard version NR NTSC-M 1 N/A Color February 2, 1999
  • Broadcast March 25, 1993.
  • Funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting and PBS.
  • The 1992 PBS logo is plastered with the P-Pals logo.
The Zombies of Sugar Hill
From Orion Pictures
Warner Home Video USA 1974 91 min Standard version PG Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color July 14, 1986 TBD