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29th May '17 12:11:33 PM nombretomado
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* ''WhiteCollar'' moved from Creator/{{Sky}} Living to Alibi.

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* ''WhiteCollar'' ''Series/WhiteCollar'' moved from Creator/{{Sky}} Living to Alibi.
28th May '17 4:12:35 PM nombretomado
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** The pre-1948 WarnerBros library had been sold (through Associated Artists Productions) to Creator/UnitedArtists in 1958, and then to MGM in 1981 following their merger with UA. It was also included in Turner's purchase of the MGM library, and returned to Warner in 1996.

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** The pre-1948 WarnerBros Creator/WarnerBros library had been sold (through Associated Artists Productions) to Creator/UnitedArtists in 1958, and then to MGM in 1981 following their merger with UA. It was also included in Turner's purchase of the MGM library, and returned to Warner in 1996.
28th May '17 2:30:53 PM mariofan1000
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* ''Series/TheThickOfIt'' aired on BBC Four before moving to the more mainstream BBC Two for it's fourth and final season.
22nd May '17 6:49:46 AM akaun6899
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* The first ''Film/ChildsPlay'' movie was made by Creator/UnitedArtists, who supposedly dropped it on "moral grounds." The other five movies have been produced by Universal or by Universal-owned companies (and indeed Universal is planning to remake the ''original'').

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* The first ''Film/ChildsPlay'' movie was made by Creator/UnitedArtists, who supposedly dropped it on "moral grounds." The other five movies have been produced by Universal or by Universal-owned companies (and indeed companies, with a sixth on the way (a remake of the original film has yet to get off the ground due to complications between Universal is planning to remake the ''original'').and UA successor MGM).
20th May '17 4:22:35 PM nombretomado
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* ''Comicbook/TheNewYorkFour'' started off as part of Creator/DCComics' Minx Line, but the sequel, ''The New York Five'', was published by VertigoComics.

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* ''Comicbook/TheNewYorkFour'' started off as part of Creator/DCComics' Minx Line, but the sequel, ''The New York Five'', was published by VertigoComics.Creator/VertigoComics.
20th May '17 12:03:29 PM CosmicFerret
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* ''Series/{{Airwolf}}'' from CBS to USANetwork for its final season.

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* ''Series/{{Airwolf}}'' from CBS to USANetwork Creator/USANetwork for its final season.



** ''Wrestling/WWESmackDown'' itself network hopped, from {{UPN}} to Creator/TheCW, then to Creator/MyNetworkTV, and again to Creator/{{Syfy}}. The show hopped yet again in January 2016, this time to the USANetwork, meaning that both major weekly primetime WWE series are on the same network.

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** ''Wrestling/WWESmackDown'' itself network hopped, from {{UPN}} to Creator/TheCW, then to Creator/MyNetworkTV, and again to Creator/{{Syfy}}. The show hopped yet again in January 2016, this time to the USANetwork, Creator/USANetwork, meaning that both major weekly primetime WWE series are on the same network.
19th May '17 5:05:58 AM akaun6899
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** The original [=DreamWorks=] went from an independent studio (with Creator/{{Universal}} handling home video) to a division of Creator/{{Paramount}} in 2006. Beginning in 2008, the studio broke off from Paramount and its films from 2009 until 2016 were distributed by Disney, under their Touchstone Pictures banner (with 20th Century Fox handling some of them overseas). After negotiations between the two broke down and [=DreamWorks=] became part of the newly-formed Amblin Partners, future releases will be from multiple studios, but primarily Universal. For the most part, their back-catalog remains split between Paramount (every live-action release from 1997-2010, as well as sequel rights to these films), Fox/Universal (the animated films, see below), and Disney (the releases from 2011-2016).

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** The original [=DreamWorks=] went from started out as an independent studio (with Creator/{{Universal}} handling home video) to a division of that was bought out by Creator/{{Paramount}} in 2006. Beginning in 2008, the studio broke off from Paramount and its films from 2009 until 2016 were distributed by Disney, under their Touchstone Pictures banner (with 20th Century Fox handling some of them overseas). After negotiations between the two broke down and [=DreamWorks=] became part of the newly-formed Amblin Partners, future releases will be from multiple studios, but primarily Universal. For the most part, their back-catalog remains split between Paramount (every live-action release from 1997-2010, as well as sequel rights to these films), Fox/Universal (the animated films, see below), and Disney (the releases from 2011-2016).



* Franchise/{{Godzilla}} has always been owned by Toho. But American distribution is [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Godzilla_(franchise)#Toho_productions quite complicated]]. Most are now held by Columbia, who produced [[Film/{{Godzilla 1998}} the 1998 American movie]]. After their rights to a new movie lapsed, Legendary Pictures bought them and their then-partner Warner released [[Film/{{Godzilla 2014}} the 2014 movie]]. Even after Legendary moved to Universal, Warner will continue to make future ''Godzilla'' films in association with Legendary.

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* Franchise/{{Godzilla}} has always been owned by Toho. But American distribution is [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Godzilla_(franchise)#Toho_productions quite complicated]]. Most are now held by Columbia, Sony, who produced [[Film/{{Godzilla 1998}} the 1998 American movie]].movie]] through TriStar. After their rights to a new movie lapsed, Legendary Pictures bought them and their then-partner Warner released [[Film/{{Godzilla 2014}} the 2014 movie]]. Even after Legendary moved to Universal, Warner will continue to make future ''Godzilla'' films in association with Legendary.
15th May '17 7:39:34 AM akaun6899
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** The original [=DreamWorks=] went from an independent studio (with Creator/{{Universal}} handling home video) to a division of Creator/{{Paramount}} in 2006. Beginning in 2008, the studio broke off from Paramount and its films from 2009 until 2016 were distributed by Disney, under their Touchstone Pictures banner (with 20th Century Fox handling some of them overseas). After negotiations between the two broke down and [=DreamWorks=] became part of the newly-formed Amblin Partners, future releases will be from multiple studios, but primarily Universal. For the most part, their back-catalog remains split between Paramount (every live-action release from 1997-2010, except the animated films, as well as sequel rights to these films), Fox/Universal (the animated films, see below), and Disney (the releases from 2011-2016).

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** The original [=DreamWorks=] went from an independent studio (with Creator/{{Universal}} handling home video) to a division of Creator/{{Paramount}} in 2006. Beginning in 2008, the studio broke off from Paramount and its films from 2009 until 2016 were distributed by Disney, under their Touchstone Pictures banner (with 20th Century Fox handling some of them overseas). After negotiations between the two broke down and [=DreamWorks=] became part of the newly-formed Amblin Partners, future releases will be from multiple studios, but primarily Universal. For the most part, their back-catalog remains split between Paramount (every live-action release from 1997-2010, except the animated films, as well as sequel rights to these films), Fox/Universal (the animated films, see below), and Disney (the releases from 2011-2016).
15th May '17 7:38:59 AM akaun6899
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** The original [=DreamWorks=] went from an independent studio (with Creator/{{Universal}} handling home video) to a division of Creator/{{Paramount}} in 2006. Beginning in 2008, the studio broke off from Paramount and its films from 2009 until 2016 were distributed by Disney, under their Touchstone Pictures banner (with 20th Century Fox handling some of them overseas). After negotiations between the two broke down and [=DreamWorks=] became part of the newly-formed Amblin Partners, future releases will be from multiple studios, but primarily Universal. For the most part, their back-catalog remains split between Paramount (everything released from 1997-2010, except the animated films, as well as sequel rights to these films) and Disney (the releases from 2011-2016).

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** The original [=DreamWorks=] went from an independent studio (with Creator/{{Universal}} handling home video) to a division of Creator/{{Paramount}} in 2006. Beginning in 2008, the studio broke off from Paramount and its films from 2009 until 2016 were distributed by Disney, under their Touchstone Pictures banner (with 20th Century Fox handling some of them overseas). After negotiations between the two broke down and [=DreamWorks=] became part of the newly-formed Amblin Partners, future releases will be from multiple studios, but primarily Universal. For the most part, their back-catalog remains split between Paramount (everything released (every live-action release from 1997-2010, except the animated films, as well as sequel rights to these films) films), Fox/Universal (the animated films, see below), and Disney (the releases from 2011-2016).
15th May '17 4:59:19 AM akaun6899
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** The original [=DreamWorks=] went from an independent studio (with Creator/{{Universal}} handling home video) to a division of Creator/{{Paramount}} in 2006. Beginning in 2008, the studio broke off from Paramount and its films from 2009 until 2016 were distributed by Disney, under their Touchstone Pictures banner (with 20th Century Fox handling some of them overseas). After negotiations between the two broke down and [=DreamWorks=] became part of the newly-formed Amblin Partners, future releases will be from multiple studios, but primarily Universal. For the most part, their back-catalog remains split between Paramount (everything released from 1997 to 2010, except the animated films, not unlike MGM's pre-May 1986 library staying with WB, as well as sequel rights to these films), and Disney (the releases from 2011-2016).

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** The original [=DreamWorks=] went from an independent studio (with Creator/{{Universal}} handling home video) to a division of Creator/{{Paramount}} in 2006. Beginning in 2008, the studio broke off from Paramount and its films from 2009 until 2016 were distributed by Disney, under their Touchstone Pictures banner (with 20th Century Fox handling some of them overseas). After negotiations between the two broke down and [=DreamWorks=] became part of the newly-formed Amblin Partners, future releases will be from multiple studios, but primarily Universal. For the most part, their back-catalog remains split between Paramount (everything released from 1997 to 2010, 1997-2010, except the animated films, not unlike MGM's pre-May 1986 library staying with WB, as well as sequel rights to these films), films) and Disney (the releases from 2011-2016).
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