History Creator / MagneticVideo

8th Dec '16 8:25:25 PM ryanasaurus0077
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[--Note: Some copies end with a silent version of the white screen test pattern, commonly known as the [[FanNickname White Screen of Death]], seen on many tapes printed by Bell & Howell/Columbia Pictures/Paramount Video Services at the time; this oddity would be seen on later tapes from other companies, printed at other duplication facilities.--]

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[--Note: Some copies end with a silent version of the white screen test pattern, commonly known in many videophile circles as the [[FanNickname White "White Screen of Death]], Death", seen on many tapes printed by Bell & Howell/Columbia Pictures/Paramount Video Services at the time; this oddity would be seen on later tapes from other companies, printed at other duplication facilities.--]
8th Dec '16 8:24:31 PM ryanasaurus0077
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** CL-4528 ''A Shot in the Dark'' (1964)

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** CL-4528 ''A Shot in the Dark'' (1964)(1964)\\
[--Note: Some copies end with a silent version of the white screen test pattern, commonly known as the [[FanNickname White Screen of Death]], seen on many tapes printed by Bell & Howell/Columbia Pictures/Paramount Video Services at the time; this oddity would be seen on later tapes from other companies, printed at other duplication facilities.--]
2nd Oct '16 1:54:48 PM themisterfree
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Fox wasn't the only company Magnetic had dealings with. They also distributed product released by Viacom International (including seven featuring Music/ElvisPresley, three featuring Creator/JerryLewis, and [[Creator/{{Terrytoons}} Terrytoon]] cartoon compilations and sports tapes), RBC Films (specifically, their Creator/CharlieChaplin library), and Avco-Embassy Pictures Corporation in 1978, Brut Productions, Bill Burrud Productions, and Pathé 1979, Creator/{{ABC}} Video Enterprises, ITC Entertainment, and the American Film Theatre in 1980, and Creator/UnitedArtists Corporation (including films that were originally distributed by Creator/WarnerBros) in 1981. Magnetic was purchased by Fox themselves in 1979, and in January 1982, after Andre Blay left the company to form Blay Video (which would, ironically, become Embassy's home video division), Magnetic received a new name: '''Twentieth Century-Fox Video'''. Since then, they have taken on the names '''Creator/{{CBS}}/Fox Video''' (during that era, they also utilized the sublabels '''Key Video'''[[note]]which concentrated on B-movies, archive titles, direct-to-video releases and TV movies[[/note]] and '''Playhouse Video'''[[note]] which focused on kids and families, releasing Fox-owned titles, [[Franchise/TheMuppets Muppet Video]] titles, CBS-owned Creator/DrSeuss projects, and even ''Series/DoctorWho''[[/note]] and '''[=FoxVideo=]''' (utilizing the [=FoxVideo=] name for Fox movies, while CBS/Fox was relegated to [[Creator/TheBBC BBC Video]] and other miscellaneous titles), before settling on their current name, '''20th Century Fox Home Entertainment''', in 1998. During the company's final year, they also had a short-lived sports division called "Magnetic Video Sports", and a short-lived [=LaserDisc=] division. There were also international branches in the UK, the South Pacific, and Australia. Magnetic Video was also a duplicator for early tapes released by [[Creator/ParamountPictures Paramount Home Video]] and Creator/MCAVideocassetteInc

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Fox wasn't the only company Magnetic had dealings with. They also distributed product released by Viacom International (including seven featuring Music/ElvisPresley, three featuring Creator/JerryLewis, and [[Creator/{{Terrytoons}} Terrytoon]] cartoon compilations and sports tapes), RBC Films (specifically, their Creator/CharlieChaplin library), and Avco-Embassy Pictures Corporation in 1978, Brut Productions, Bill Burrud Productions, and Pathé 1979, Creator/{{ABC}} Video Enterprises, ITC Entertainment, and the American Film Theatre in 1980, and Creator/UnitedArtists Corporation (including films that were originally distributed by Creator/WarnerBros) in 1981. Magnetic was purchased by Fox themselves in 1979, and in January 1982, after Andre Blay left the company to form Blay Video (which would, ironically, become Embassy's home video division), Magnetic received a new name: '''Twentieth Century-Fox Video'''. Since then, they have taken on the names '''Creator/{{CBS}}/Fox Video''' (during that era, they also utilized the sublabels '''Key Video'''[[note]]which concentrated on B-movies, archive titles, direct-to-video releases and TV movies[[/note]] and '''Playhouse Video'''[[note]] which focused on kids and families, releasing Fox-owned titles, [[Franchise/TheMuppets Muppet Video]] titles, CBS-owned Creator/DrSeuss projects, and even ''Series/DoctorWho''[[/note]] ''Series/DoctorWho''[[/note]]) and '''[=FoxVideo=]''' (utilizing the [=FoxVideo=] name for Fox movies, while CBS/Fox was relegated to [[Creator/TheBBC BBC Video]] and other miscellaneous titles), before settling on their current name, '''20th Century Fox Home Entertainment''', in 1998. During the company's final year, they also had a short-lived sports division called "Magnetic Video Sports", and a short-lived [=LaserDisc=] division. There were also international branches in the UK, the South Pacific, and Australia. Magnetic Video was also a duplicator for early tapes released by [[Creator/ParamountPictures Paramount Home Video]] and Creator/MCAVideocassetteInc
2nd Oct '16 1:54:26 PM themisterfree
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Fox wasn't the only company Magnetic had dealings with. They also distributed product released by Viacom International (including seven featuring Music/ElvisPresley, three featuring Creator/JerryLewis, and [[Creator/{{Terrytoons}} Terrytoon]] cartoon compilations and sports tapes), RBC Films (specifically, their Creator/CharlieChaplin library), and Avco-Embassy Pictures Corporation in 1978, Brut Productions, Bill Burrud Productions, and Pathé 1979, Creator/{{ABC}} Video Enterprises, ITC Entertainment, and the American Film Theatre in 1980, and Creator/UnitedArtists Corporation (including films that were originally distributed by Creator/WarnerBros) in 1981. Magnetic was purchased by Fox themselves in 1979, and in January 1982, after Andre Blay left the company to form Blay Video (which would, ironically, become Embassy's home video division), Magnetic received a new name: '''Twentieth Century-Fox Video'''. Since then, they have taken on the names '''CBS/Fox Video''' and '''Fox Video''' (which they alternated from 1991-1998, in addition to the '''Key Video''' and '''Playhouse Video''' labels), before settling with their current name, '''20th Century Fox Home Entertainment''', in 2001. During the company's final year, they also had a short-lived Sports division called "Magnetic Video Sports", and a short-lived [=LaserDisc=] division. There were also International Divisions in the UK, the South Pacific, and Australia. Magnetic Video was also a duplicator for early tapes released by [[Creator/ParamountPictures Paramount Home Video]] and Creator/MCAVideocassetteInc

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Fox wasn't the only company Magnetic had dealings with. They also distributed product released by Viacom International (including seven featuring Music/ElvisPresley, three featuring Creator/JerryLewis, and [[Creator/{{Terrytoons}} Terrytoon]] cartoon compilations and sports tapes), RBC Films (specifically, their Creator/CharlieChaplin library), and Avco-Embassy Pictures Corporation in 1978, Brut Productions, Bill Burrud Productions, and Pathé 1979, Creator/{{ABC}} Video Enterprises, ITC Entertainment, and the American Film Theatre in 1980, and Creator/UnitedArtists Corporation (including films that were originally distributed by Creator/WarnerBros) in 1981. Magnetic was purchased by Fox themselves in 1979, and in January 1982, after Andre Blay left the company to form Blay Video (which would, ironically, become Embassy's home video division), Magnetic received a new name: '''Twentieth Century-Fox Video'''. Since then, they have taken on the names '''CBS/Fox '''Creator/{{CBS}}/Fox Video''' and '''Fox Video''' (which (during that era, they alternated from 1991-1998, in addition to also utilized the sublabels '''Key Video''' Video'''[[note]]which concentrated on B-movies, archive titles, direct-to-video releases and TV movies[[/note]] and '''Playhouse Video''' labels), Video'''[[note]] which focused on kids and families, releasing Fox-owned titles, [[Franchise/TheMuppets Muppet Video]] titles, CBS-owned Creator/DrSeuss projects, and even ''Series/DoctorWho''[[/note]] and '''[=FoxVideo=]''' (utilizing the [=FoxVideo=] name for Fox movies, while CBS/Fox was relegated to [[Creator/TheBBC BBC Video]] and other miscellaneous titles), before settling with on their current name, '''20th Century Fox Home Entertainment''', in 2001. 1998. During the company's final year, they also had a short-lived Sports sports division called "Magnetic Video Sports", and a short-lived [=LaserDisc=] division. There were also International Divisions international branches in the UK, the South Pacific, and Australia. Magnetic Video was also a duplicator for early tapes released by [[Creator/ParamountPictures Paramount Home Video]] and Creator/MCAVideocassetteInc
4th Sep '16 3:27:25 AM erforce
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** CL-9030 ''HardCountry'' (1981)\\

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** CL-9030 ''HardCountry'' ''Film/HardCountry'' (1981)\\



** CL-9031 ''TheReturnOfThePinkPanther'' (1975)\\

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** CL-9031 ''TheReturnOfThePinkPanther'' ''Film/TheReturnOfThePinkPanther'' (1975)\\



** CL-9032 ''SanctuaryOfFear'' (1979)

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** CL-9032 ''SanctuaryOfFear'' ''Film/SanctuaryOfFear'' (1979)



** CL-9036 ''SuddenTerror'' (1970)\\

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** CL-9036 ''SuddenTerror'' ''Film/SuddenTerror'' (1970)\\



** CL-4509 ''Franchise/ThePinkPanther'' (1963)\\

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** CL-4509 ''Franchise/ThePinkPanther'' (1963)\\''Film/ThePinkPanther1963''\\
19th Jun '16 1:37:35 AM jormis29
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** CL-4059 ''MurderByDecree'' (1979)\\

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** CL-4059 ''MurderByDecree'' ''Film/MurderByDecree'' (1979)\\
4th Jun '16 5:09:25 PM jamespolk
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** CL-8030 ''TheSpiralStaircase'' (1945)\\

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** CL-8030 ''TheSpiralStaircase'' ''Film/TheSpiralStaircase'' (1945)\\
8th Apr '16 2:54:07 AM Morgenthaler
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** CL-4020 ''Film/{{Hercules}}'' (1958)\\

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** CL-4020 ''Film/{{Hercules}}'' ''Film/{{Hercules 1958}}'' (1958)\\
22nd Mar '16 9:40:50 AM erforce
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** CL-1010 ''TheOnlyGameInTown'' (1969)\\

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** CL-1010 ''TheOnlyGameInTown'' ''Film/TheOnlyGameInTown'' (1969)\\



** CL-1011 ''TheDayTheEarthStoodStill1951''\\

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** CL-1011 ''TheDayTheEarthStoodStill1951''\\''Film/TheDayTheEarthStoodStill1951''\\



** CL-1012 ''{{Hombre}}'' (1966)\\

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** CL-1012 ''{{Hombre}}'' ''Film/{{Hombre}}'' (1966)\\



** CL-1015 ''TheBostonStrangler'' (1968)\\

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** CL-1015 ''TheBostonStrangler'' ''Film/TheBostonStrangler'' (1968)\\



** CL-1016 ''CanCan'' (1960)\\

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** CL-1016 ''CanCan'' ''Film/CanCan'' (1960)\\



** CL-1018 ''TheDetective'' (1968)\\

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** CL-1018 ''TheDetective'' ''Film/TheDetective'' (1968)\\
12th Mar '16 7:32:11 PM Mdumas43073
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