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19th May '13 12:20:14 PM MarkLungo
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Founded in 1988 by Harmony Gold writer Carl Macek (the man associated, perhaps unfairly, with the {{Macekre}}), StreamlinePictures was the first company to bring over and dub anime uncut on video in North America.[[note]]Contemporary US anime pioneers AnimEigo and CentralParkMedia would not start releasing product until slightly later, and Viz although it did exist at the time would not venture into the animation market for another few years.[[/note]] While all of Streamline's dubs and productions were uncut, Carl Macek's script rewrites were designed to increase accessibility for American audiences, and this was usually more than enough to tick off the louder contingent of hardcore fans in the already-exhausting {{Dubbing versus Subbing}} war. Despite the name behind the company, these were ''not'' {{Macekre}}s with [[CulturalTranslation totally different character names]] and gratuitous edits.

Throughout the late 80's/early 90's, as other anime distributors began releasing subtitled tapes along with the better-selling dubbed versions, and then putting both versions on Laserdisc/DVD, Streamline Pictures stayed with the dub-only approach (since Macek firmly believed that releasing subtitled animation was pointless since the Japanese dialog was also technically dubbed). On their laserdisc releases and some of their DVD releases you can have both Japanese and English audio, but no subtitles. ''Manga/{{Akira}}'' and ''{{Twilight of the Cockroaches}}'' were the only releases with subtitled versions available (on ''[=TotC=]'', the subtitles were done poorly by Macek himself). There were actually subtitles created for ''VampireHunterD'', and their Miyazaki films, but they were only released as film prints (there were a few roadshows back around 1992). There also was one instance of Harmony Gold releasing subbed anime, as part of the ''{{Robotech}}'' Perfect collection which had two episodes of Robotech, and the corresponding two episodes of one of the three Japanese series that made it up with rather poor subtitles. Each set got approximately halfway through its source series.

While the original dub of ''Manga/{{Akira}}'' is known as the "Streamline dub", the dub was originally commissioned for the Hong Kong market before Streamline Pictures was founded. The same is true for the original dub of ''Anime/CastleInTheSky'', which Macek himself disliked (he was a big Miyazaki fan and believed such a respected director deserved better than a HongKongDub). Both however, were recorded at [=InterSound=], the same studio Streamline and Harmony Gold used to record their dubs, and the voice pool was the same.

Due to issues with their distributor, Streamline Pictures folded in 1997, just as DVD (and anime in general) was beginning to grow in popularity. The few DVD's Streamline put out prior to their collapse are extremely rare today.

After Streamline Pictures went under, other anime companies would pick up the rights to much of their catalog. Some companies (Urban Vision) chose to keep the Streamline dubs on their releases while others (Creator/BandaiEntertainment, Creator/{{Geneon}}) chose to commission new dubs. Creator/ADVFilms did mostly the latter, but kept a few Streamline dubs. Recent releases of old Streamline properties by Creator/NozomiEntertainment and Discotek/Eastern Star have included Macek's dubs, even if a newer dub exists (in those cases, they try to include ''both''). And of course, Creator/{{Disney}} decided to produce their own dubs of the Miyazaki films when they took over the StudioGhibli catalog.

All of Streamline's dubs were recorded at [=InterSound=] in Los Angeles. Many of the company's voice actor pool would continue to work in dubbing/ADR for years afterwards, becoming well-regarded industry veterans. Some also moved into ADR writing and directing. Macek himself continued writing scripts for anime series and voice directing until his sudden death in 2010.

Voice actors include:
* Richard Allen
* Stephen Apostolina
* Creator/RobertAxelrod
* Robert V. Barron (died 2000)
* Catherine Battistone
* Creator/BobBergen
* Cyn Branch
* Steve Bulen
* Wally Burr
* Richard Cansino
* William Capizzi (died 2007)
* Russell Case
* Frank Catalano
* Ardwight Chamberlain
* Louise Chamis
* Cheryl Chase
* CamClarke
* Tony Clay
* Lara Cody
* John Dantona
* Rachel Davies
* Mari Devon
* Julie Diamond
* Juliana Donald
* David Ellenstein
* RichardEpcar
* Sam Fontana
* Michael Forest
* Rebecca Forstadt
* Eddie Frierson
* Barbara Goodson
* Melora Harte
* Milton James
* Eleni Kelakos
* Alexandra Kenworthy
* Art Kimbro
* Jason Klassi
* SteveKramer
* Gaye Kruger
* Joyce Kurtz
* WendeeLee
* CarlMacek (died 2010)
* Svea Macek
* Julie Maddalena
* Kerrigan Mahan
* Dave Mallow
* Edward Mannix
* Creator/MichaelMcConnohie
* Melanie [=McQueen=]
* Diane Michelle
* Karlyn Michelson
* Lisa Michelson (died 1991)
* Edie Mirman
* Iona Morris
* DaranNorris
* Joan-Carol O'Connell
* TonyOliver
* Fred Patten
* Bob Pappenbrook (died 2006)
* Bodie Plecas
* TonyPope (died 2004)
* David Povall
* Simon Prescott
* Jan Rabson
* Mike Reynolds
* Lia Sargent
* Ernie Sheesley
* BrianneSiddall
* Gregory Snegoff
* Michael Sorich
* Melodee M. Spevack
* Bonnie Stauch
* Barry Stigler (died 2005)
* Doug Stone
* Sam Strong
* KirkThornton
* Dean Wein
* Clifton Wells (died 2000)
* Bruce Winant
* Jeff Winkless (died 2006)
* Daniel Woren
* Tom Wyner

Note: on the later releases with the Streamline dubs, on the intro it will have Carl Macek's name on it.

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!!List of Dubs from Streamline (some of the shows were redubbed later):

* ''Manga/SazanEyes'' (1992) (later redubbed and released on DVD by Geneon; Streamline dub only on VHS and Laserdisc)
* ''Manga/SazanEyes 2'' (1997) (later redubbed and released by Geneon; Streamline dub only on VHS and Laserdisc)
* [[EighthMan 8 Man After]] (1994) (VHS and DVD only)
* Manga/{{Akira}} (1988) (later distributed by Orion Pictures, then Pioneer with a new dub, then Bandai, then FUNimation) [Streamline Dub found only on VHS and CriterionCollection Laserdisc in the US]
* Babel II (1995) (VHS and DVD only)
* Manga/BarefootGen (1995)
* CasshanRobotHunter (1995) (later released to DVD by Discotek Media, who kept the Streamline dub)
* Crimson Wolf (1995) (VHS and DVD only)
* CryingFreeman (1994) (later distributed by ADV Films in original form, with subtitles added; ADV handled the final OVA installment, with Steve Bulen and Edie Mirman reprising their respective roles alongside ADV's usual talent pool)
* The LightNovel/DirtyPair's Affair on Nolandia (1993) (later licensed and redubbed by Creator/ADVFilms; Creator/NozomiEntertainment re-released the OVA in 2012 with both the Streamline and ADV dub tracks)
* LightNovel/DirtyPair: Flight 005 Conspiracy (1994) (later licensed and redubbed by Creator/ADVFilms; Creator/NozomiEntertainment re-released the OVA in 2012 with both the Streamline and ADV dub tracks)
* LightNovel/DirtyPair: The Movie - Project Eden (1994) (later licensed and redubbed by Creator/ADVFilms; Creator/NozomiEntertainment re-released the film in 2012 with both the Streamline and ADV dub tracks)
* Doomed Megalopolis (1993) (later distributed by ADV Films, with the Streamline dub kept on [=DVDs=])
* {{Fist of the North Star}} Movie (1991) (later distributed by Image Entertainment on VHS/LD/DVD, followed many years later by a new DVD release from Eastern Star)
* Great Conquest: The Romance of Three Kingdoms (1995) (later distributed by Orion Pictures)
* KikisDeliveryService (1989) (later distributed and redubbed by Disney)
* [[CastleInTheSky Laputa: The Castle in the Sky]] (1989) (later licensed and redubbed by Disney)
* Anime/{{Lensman}} (1990) (VHS and Laserdisc only in US)
* Lily C.A.T. (1994) (VHS only)
*'' Manga/LupinIII: Tales of the Wolf'' (1994) (two episodes of the second TV series directed by HayaoMiyazaki)
* ''Manga/LupinIII: The Mystery of Mamo'' (1995) (distributed by Orion Pictures; later licensed and redubbed by Geneon, re-licensed again in 2011 by Discotek Media, who released the film to DVD with all four dubs, including the Streamline dub)
* ''Manga/LupinIII: Anime/{{The Castle of Cagliostro}}'' (1992) (dubbed version; later licensed and redubbed by Manga Engertainment)
* {{Megazone 23}} (1995) (later distributed and redubbed by ADV Films) [Parts of Megazone 23 were also {{Macekre}}d into {{Robotech}}: TheMovie]
* Anime/MyNeighborTotoro (1988) (Released by Creator/{{Troma}} Films, of all people, in 1993. The dub was distributed on home video by Creator/TwentiethCenturyFox. Even later distributed by Creator/{{Disney}} who redubbed it for their release)
* [[NadiaTheSecretOfBlueWater Nadia]] (1992) (production ceased after 8 episodes; re-released in 1995 as ''The Secret of Blue Water''. Later redubbed and released to completion by ADV Films)
* Film/NeoTokyo (1992) (later distributed by ADV Films, keeping the Streamline dub)
* Planet Busters (1992) (later distributed and redubbed by ADV Films under the original title ''Birth'')
* RobotCarnival (1991) (Only on VHS and Laserdisc in the US)
* [[SilentMoebius Silent Möbius]] (1994) (later distributed by Miramax Films and Bandai Entertainment; the latter eventually redubbed it; Streamline's dub was only on VHS)
* Manga/SpaceAdventureCobra (1995) (distributed to home video by Urban Vision, but dubbed by Streamline. Released to DVD in 2012 by Discotek Media with the Streamline dub kept)
* The Professional: {{Golgo 13}} (1992) (later distributed by Urban Vision, with the Streamline dub kept) (first release in anamorphic widescreen with slight letterboxing)
* The Anime/{{Speed Racer}} Show (1993) (later released on home video by Live Entertainment under the Family Home Entertainment name as "Speed Racer: The Movie")
* {{Twilight of the Cockroaches}} (1989) [Only on VHS and Laserdisc in the US] (released in anamorphic widescreen with slight letterboxing)
* {{Vampire Hunter D}} (1992) (originally distributed by CBS Theatrical Films, later distributed by Urban Vision) [Streamline dub is on all versions)
* Wicked City (1993) (later distributed by Urban Vision, with the Streamline dub kept)
* Zillion (1990)
* Zillion: Burning Night (1991)

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Founded in 1988 by Harmony Gold writer Carl Macek (the man associated, perhaps unfairly, with the {{Macekre}}), StreamlinePictures was the first company to bring over and dub anime uncut on video in North America.[[note]]Contemporary US anime pioneers AnimEigo and CentralParkMedia would not start releasing product until slightly later, and Viz although it did exist at the time would not venture into the animation market for another few years.[[/note]] While all of Streamline's dubs and productions were uncut, Carl Macek's script rewrites were designed to increase accessibility for American audiences, and this was usually more than enough to tick off the louder contingent of hardcore fans in the already-exhausting {{Dubbing versus Subbing}} war. Despite the name behind the company, these were ''not'' {{Macekre}}s with [[CulturalTranslation totally different character names]] and gratuitous edits.

Throughout the late 80's/early 90's, as other anime distributors began releasing subtitled tapes along with the better-selling dubbed versions, and then putting both versions on Laserdisc/DVD, Streamline Pictures stayed with the dub-only approach (since Macek firmly believed that releasing subtitled animation was pointless since the Japanese dialog was also technically dubbed). On their laserdisc releases and some of their DVD releases you can have both Japanese and English audio, but no subtitles. ''Manga/{{Akira}}'' and ''{{Twilight of the Cockroaches}}'' were the only releases with subtitled versions available (on ''[=TotC=]'', the subtitles were done poorly by Macek himself). There were actually subtitles created for ''VampireHunterD'', and their Miyazaki films, but they were only released as film prints (there were a few roadshows back around 1992). There also was one instance of Harmony Gold releasing subbed anime, as part of the ''{{Robotech}}'' Perfect collection which had two episodes of Robotech, and the corresponding two episodes of one of the three Japanese series that made it up with rather poor subtitles. Each set got approximately halfway through its source series.

While the original dub of ''Manga/{{Akira}}'' is known as the "Streamline dub", the dub was originally commissioned for the Hong Kong market before Streamline Pictures was founded. The same is true for the original dub of ''Anime/CastleInTheSky'', which Macek himself disliked (he was a big Miyazaki fan and believed such a respected director deserved better than a HongKongDub). Both however, were recorded at [=InterSound=], the same studio Streamline and Harmony Gold used to record their dubs, and the voice pool was the same.

Due to issues with their distributor, Streamline Pictures folded in 1997, just as DVD (and anime in general) was beginning to grow in popularity. The few DVD's Streamline put out prior to their collapse are extremely rare today.

After Streamline Pictures went under, other anime companies would pick up the rights to much of their catalog. Some companies (Urban Vision) chose to keep the Streamline dubs on their releases while others (Creator/BandaiEntertainment, Creator/{{Geneon}}) chose to commission new dubs. Creator/ADVFilms did mostly the latter, but kept a few Streamline dubs. Recent releases of old Streamline properties by Creator/NozomiEntertainment and Discotek/Eastern Star have included Macek's dubs, even if a newer dub exists (in those cases, they try to include ''both''). And of course, Creator/{{Disney}} decided to produce their own dubs of the Miyazaki films when they took over the StudioGhibli catalog.

All of Streamline's dubs were recorded at [=InterSound=] in Los Angeles. Many of the company's voice actor pool would continue to work in dubbing/ADR for years afterwards, becoming well-regarded industry veterans. Some also moved into ADR writing and directing. Macek himself continued writing scripts for anime series and voice directing until his sudden death in 2010.

Voice actors include:
* Richard Allen
* Stephen Apostolina
* Creator/RobertAxelrod
* Robert V. Barron (died 2000)
* Catherine Battistone
* Creator/BobBergen
* Cyn Branch
* Steve Bulen
* Wally Burr
* Richard Cansino
* William Capizzi (died 2007)
* Russell Case
* Frank Catalano
* Ardwight Chamberlain
* Louise Chamis
* Cheryl Chase
* CamClarke
* Tony Clay
* Lara Cody
* John Dantona
* Rachel Davies
* Mari Devon
* Julie Diamond
* Juliana Donald
* David Ellenstein
* RichardEpcar
* Sam Fontana
* Michael Forest
* Rebecca Forstadt
* Eddie Frierson
* Barbara Goodson
* Melora Harte
* Milton James
* Eleni Kelakos
* Alexandra Kenworthy
* Art Kimbro
* Jason Klassi
* SteveKramer
* Gaye Kruger
* Joyce Kurtz
* WendeeLee
* CarlMacek (died 2010)
* Svea Macek
* Julie Maddalena
* Kerrigan Mahan
* Dave Mallow
* Edward Mannix
* Creator/MichaelMcConnohie
* Melanie [=McQueen=]
* Diane Michelle
* Karlyn Michelson
* Lisa Michelson (died 1991)
* Edie Mirman
* Iona Morris
* DaranNorris
* Joan-Carol O'Connell
* TonyOliver
* Fred Patten
* Bob Pappenbrook (died 2006)
* Bodie Plecas
* TonyPope (died 2004)
* David Povall
* Simon Prescott
* Jan Rabson
* Mike Reynolds
* Lia Sargent
* Ernie Sheesley
* BrianneSiddall
* Gregory Snegoff
* Michael Sorich
* Melodee M. Spevack
* Bonnie Stauch
* Barry Stigler (died 2005)
* Doug Stone
* Sam Strong
* KirkThornton
* Dean Wein
* Clifton Wells (died 2000)
* Bruce Winant
* Jeff Winkless (died 2006)
* Daniel Woren
* Tom Wyner

Note: on the later releases with the Streamline dubs, on the intro it will have Carl Macek's name on it.

----
!!List of Dubs from Streamline (some of the shows were redubbed later):

* ''Manga/SazanEyes'' (1992) (later redubbed and released on DVD by Geneon; Streamline dub only on VHS and Laserdisc)
* ''Manga/SazanEyes 2'' (1997) (later redubbed and released by Geneon; Streamline dub only on VHS and Laserdisc)
* [[EighthMan 8 Man After]] (1994) (VHS and DVD only)
* Manga/{{Akira}} (1988) (later distributed by Orion Pictures, then Pioneer with a new dub, then Bandai, then FUNimation) [Streamline Dub found only on VHS and CriterionCollection Laserdisc in the US]
* Babel II (1995) (VHS and DVD only)
* Manga/BarefootGen (1995)
* CasshanRobotHunter (1995) (later released to DVD by Discotek Media, who kept the Streamline dub)
* Crimson Wolf (1995) (VHS and DVD only)
* CryingFreeman (1994) (later distributed by ADV Films in original form, with subtitles added; ADV handled the final OVA installment, with Steve Bulen and Edie Mirman reprising their respective roles alongside ADV's usual talent pool)
* The LightNovel/DirtyPair's Affair on Nolandia (1993) (later licensed and redubbed by Creator/ADVFilms; Creator/NozomiEntertainment re-released the OVA in 2012 with both the Streamline and ADV dub tracks)
* LightNovel/DirtyPair: Flight 005 Conspiracy (1994) (later licensed and redubbed by Creator/ADVFilms; Creator/NozomiEntertainment re-released the OVA in 2012 with both the Streamline and ADV dub tracks)
* LightNovel/DirtyPair: The Movie - Project Eden (1994) (later licensed and redubbed by Creator/ADVFilms; Creator/NozomiEntertainment re-released the film in 2012 with both the Streamline and ADV dub tracks)
* Doomed Megalopolis (1993) (later distributed by ADV Films, with the Streamline dub kept on [=DVDs=])
* {{Fist of the North Star}} Movie (1991) (later distributed by Image Entertainment on VHS/LD/DVD, followed many years later by a new DVD release from Eastern Star)
* Great Conquest: The Romance of Three Kingdoms (1995) (later distributed by Orion Pictures)
* KikisDeliveryService (1989) (later distributed and redubbed by Disney)
* [[CastleInTheSky Laputa: The Castle in the Sky]] (1989) (later licensed and redubbed by Disney)
* Anime/{{Lensman}} (1990) (VHS and Laserdisc only in US)
* Lily C.A.T. (1994) (VHS only)
*'' Manga/LupinIII: Tales of the Wolf'' (1994) (two episodes of the second TV series directed by HayaoMiyazaki)
* ''Manga/LupinIII: The Mystery of Mamo'' (1995) (distributed by Orion Pictures; later licensed and redubbed by Geneon, re-licensed again in 2011 by Discotek Media, who released the film to DVD with all four dubs, including the Streamline dub)
* ''Manga/LupinIII: Anime/{{The Castle of Cagliostro}}'' (1992) (dubbed version; later licensed and redubbed by Manga Engertainment)
* {{Megazone 23}} (1995) (later distributed and redubbed by ADV Films) [Parts of Megazone 23 were also {{Macekre}}d into {{Robotech}}: TheMovie]
* Anime/MyNeighborTotoro (1988) (Released by Creator/{{Troma}} Films, of all people, in 1993. The dub was distributed on home video by Creator/TwentiethCenturyFox. Even later distributed by Creator/{{Disney}} who redubbed it for their release)
* [[NadiaTheSecretOfBlueWater Nadia]] (1992) (production ceased after 8 episodes; re-released in 1995 as ''The Secret of Blue Water''. Later redubbed and released to completion by ADV Films)
* Film/NeoTokyo (1992) (later distributed by ADV Films, keeping the Streamline dub)
* Planet Busters (1992) (later distributed and redubbed by ADV Films under the original title ''Birth'')
* RobotCarnival (1991) (Only on VHS and Laserdisc in the US)
* [[SilentMoebius Silent Möbius]] (1994) (later distributed by Miramax Films and Bandai Entertainment; the latter eventually redubbed it; Streamline's dub was only on VHS)
* Manga/SpaceAdventureCobra (1995) (distributed to home video by Urban Vision, but dubbed by Streamline. Released to DVD in 2012 by Discotek Media with the Streamline dub kept)
* The Professional: {{Golgo 13}} (1992) (later distributed by Urban Vision, with the Streamline dub kept) (first release in anamorphic widescreen with slight letterboxing)
* The Anime/{{Speed Racer}} Show (1993) (later released on home video by Live Entertainment under the Family Home Entertainment name as "Speed Racer: The Movie")
* {{Twilight of the Cockroaches}} (1989) [Only on VHS and Laserdisc in the US] (released in anamorphic widescreen with slight letterboxing)
* {{Vampire Hunter D}} (1992) (originally distributed by CBS Theatrical Films, later distributed by Urban Vision) [Streamline dub is on all versions)
* Wicked City (1993) (later distributed by Urban Vision, with the Streamline dub kept)
* Zillion (1990)
* Zillion: Burning Night (1991)

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16th Apr '13 3:30:59 AM SeptimusHeap
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* BobBergen

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12th Mar '13 1:41:24 PM ryanasaurus0077
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* CryingFreeman (1994) (later distributed by ADV Films in original form, with subtitles added)

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* CryingFreeman (1994) (later distributed by ADV Films in original form, with subtitles added)added; ADV handled the final OVA installment, with Steve Bulen and Edie Mirman reprising their respective roles alongside ADV's usual talent pool)
10th Mar '13 11:29:41 PM JIKTV
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* MyNeighborTotoro (1988) (Released by {{Troma}} Films, of all people, in 1993. The dub was distributed on home video by [[{{Fox}} 20th Century Fox]]. Even later distributed by Disney who redubbed it for their release)

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* MyNeighborTotoro Anime/MyNeighborTotoro (1988) (Released by {{Troma}} Creator/{{Troma}} Films, of all people, in 1993. The dub was distributed on home video by [[{{Fox}} 20th Century Fox]]. Creator/TwentiethCenturyFox. Even later distributed by Disney Creator/{{Disney}} who redubbed it for their release)
28th Feb '13 6:30:15 PM Ghost101
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* RobertAxelrod

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* RobertAxelrodCreator/RobertAxelrod
17th Feb '13 2:22:35 PM StFan
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* ''ThreeByThreeEyes'' (1992) (later redubbed and released on DVD by Geneon; Streamline dub only on VHS and Laserdisc)
* ''ThreeByThreeEyes 2'' (1997) (later redubbed and released by Geneon; Streamline dub only on VHS and Laserdisc)

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* ''ThreeByThreeEyes'' ''Manga/SazanEyes'' (1992) (later redubbed and released on DVD by Geneon; Streamline dub only on VHS and Laserdisc)
* ''ThreeByThreeEyes ''Manga/SazanEyes 2'' (1997) (later redubbed and released by Geneon; Streamline dub only on VHS and Laserdisc)
5th Feb '13 6:56:23 AM PurpleWarrior13
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* Manga/{{Akira}} (1988) (later distributed by Orion Pictures, then Pioneer) [Streamline Dub found only on VHS and CriterionCollection Laserdisc in the US] (first release in anamorphic widescreen with slight letterboxing)

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* Manga/{{Akira}} (1988) (later distributed by Orion Pictures, then Pioneer) Pioneer with a new dub, then Bandai, then FUNimation) [Streamline Dub found only on VHS and CriterionCollection Laserdisc in the US] (first release in anamorphic widescreen with slight letterboxing)US]
5th Feb '13 5:32:22 AM PurpleWarrior13
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While the original dub of ''Manga/{{Akira}}'' is known as the "Streamline dub", the dub was originally commissioned for the Hong Kong market before Streamline Pictures was founded. The same is true for the original dub of ''Anime/CastleInTheSky'', which Macek himself disliked (he was a big Miyazaki fan and believed such a respected director deserved better than a HongKongDub). Both however, were recorded at InterSound, the same studio Streamline and Harmony Gold used to record their dubs, and the voice pool was the same.

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While the original dub of ''Manga/{{Akira}}'' is known as the "Streamline dub", the dub was originally commissioned for the Hong Kong market before Streamline Pictures was founded. The same is true for the original dub of ''Anime/CastleInTheSky'', which Macek himself disliked (he was a big Miyazaki fan and believed such a respected director deserved better than a HongKongDub). Both however, were recorded at InterSound, [=InterSound=], the same studio Streamline and Harmony Gold used to record their dubs, and the voice pool was the same.



All of Streamline's dubs were recorded at InterSound in Los Angeles. Many of the company's voice actor pool would continue to work in dubbing/ADR for years afterwards, becoming well-regarded industry veterans. Some also moved into ADR writing and directing. Macek himself continued writing scripts for anime series and voice directing until his sudden death in 2010.

to:

All of Streamline's dubs were recorded at InterSound [=InterSound=] in Los Angeles. Many of the company's voice actor pool would continue to work in dubbing/ADR for years afterwards, becoming well-regarded industry veterans. Some also moved into ADR writing and directing. Macek himself continued writing scripts for anime series and voice directing until his sudden death in 2010.



* CasshanRobotHunter (1995)

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* CasshanRobotHunter (1995)(1995) (later released to DVD by Discotek Media, who kept the Streamline dub)



* ''Manga/LupinIII: The Mystery of Mamo'' (1995) (distributed by Orion Pictures; later licensed and redubbed by Geneon) (released in anamorphic widescreen with slight letterboxing)
* ''Manga/LupinIII: Anime/{{The Castle of Cagliostro}}'' (1992) (dubbed version; later licensed and redubbed by MangaUK) (first release in anamorphic widescreen with slight letterboxing)

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* ''Manga/LupinIII: The Mystery of Mamo'' (1995) (distributed by Orion Pictures; later licensed and redubbed by Geneon) (released Geneon, re-licensed again in anamorphic widescreen 2011 by Discotek Media, who released the film to DVD with slight letterboxing)
all four dubs, including the Streamline dub)
* ''Manga/LupinIII: Anime/{{The Castle of Cagliostro}}'' (1992) (dubbed version; later licensed and redubbed by MangaUK) (first release in anamorphic widescreen with slight letterboxing)Manga Engertainment)
4th Feb '13 12:21:19 PM PurpleWarrior13
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* Manga/SpaceAdventureCobra (1995) (distributed to home video by Urban Vision, but dubbed by Streamline. Released to DVD in 2012 with the Streamline dub kept)

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* Manga/SpaceAdventureCobra (1995) (distributed to home video by Urban Vision, but dubbed by Streamline. Released to DVD in 2012 by Discotek Media with the Streamline dub kept)
4th Feb '13 12:06:41 PM PurpleWarrior13
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* Manga/SpaceAdventureCobra (1995)

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* Manga/SpaceAdventureCobra (1995)(1995) (distributed to home video by Urban Vision, but dubbed by Streamline. Released to DVD in 2012 with the Streamline dub kept)
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