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* ''Alice In Wonderland'' (1995)**

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* ''Call of The Wild'' (1996)
* ''Journey to the Center of the Earth'' (1996)
* ''Jungle Boy'' (1996)


* ''WesternAnimation/MagicGiftOfTheSnowman'' (1995)

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* ''WesternAnimation/MagicGiftOfTheSnowman'' (1995)(1995)**

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* ''[[WesternAnimation/TheLittleMermaidGolden1992 The Little Mermaid]]'' (1992)*


In 2005, the company went bankrupt, and its assets were purchased by Gaiam, which continues to distribute and release new films. Creator/GTInteractiveSoftware meanwhile was sold to Creator/InfogramesEntertainmentSA were they remain to this day as Atari, Inc.

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In 2005, the company went bankrupt, and its assets were purchased by Gaiam, which continues to distribute and release new films. Creator/GTInteractiveSoftware meanwhile was sold to Creator/InfogramesEntertainmentSA were they remain to this day as Atari, Creator/{{Atari}}, Inc.


But perhaps its biggest claim to infamy was when they distributed DirectToVideo animated films from Creator/GoldenFilms and Creator/JetlagProductions. Many of these works were adapted from public domain stories and fairy tales, most infamously ones [[TheMockbuster similar or identical in name and/or plot]] to bigger-budget films made by Creator/{{Disney}}, with their releases timed similarly to the Disney home media releases in order to cash in. Disney eventually took notice, however, and sued [=GoodTimes=], alleging that [=GoodTimes=]' similar boxarts were made to trick customers. As a result, [=GoodTimes=] was forced to clearly print its name on its home media releases.

In 2005, the company went bankrupt, and its assets were purchased by Gaiam, which continues to distribute and release new films.

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But perhaps its biggest claim to infamy was when they distributed DirectToVideo animated films from Creator/GoldenFilms and Creator/JetlagProductions. Many of these works were adapted from public domain stories and fairy tales, most infamously ones [[TheMockbuster similar or identical in name and/or plot]] to bigger-budget films made by Creator/{{Disney}}, with their releases timed similarly to the Disney home media releases in order to cash in. Disney eventually took notice, however, and sued [=GoodTimes=], alleging that [=GoodTimes=]' similar boxarts were made to trick customers. As a result, [=GoodTimes=] was forced to clearly print its name on its home media releases.

releases. The company also went into the video game publishing business through the creation of Creator/GTInteractiveSoftware in 1993.

In 2005, the company went bankrupt, and its assets were purchased by Gaiam, which continues to distribute and release new films.
films. Creator/GTInteractiveSoftware meanwhile was sold to Creator/InfogramesEntertainmentSA were they remain to this day as Atari, Inc.


* ''WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfPocahontasIndianPrincess'' (1994)**



* ''WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfPocahontasIndianPrincess'' (1994)**

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfPocahontasIndianPrincess'' (1994)**


But perhaps its biggest claim to infamy was when they distributed DirectToVideo animated films from Creator/GoldenFilms and Creator/JetlagProductions. Many of these works were adapted from public domain stories and fairy tales, most infamously ones [[TheMockbuster similar or identical in name and/or plot]] to bigger-budget films made by Creator/{{Disney}}, with their releases timed similarly to the Disney home media releases in order to cash in. Disney eventually took notice, however, and sued [=GoodTimes=], alleging that [=GoodTimes=]' similar boxarts were made to trick customers. As a result, [=GoodTimes=] was forced clearly print its name on its home media releases.

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But perhaps its biggest claim to infamy was when they distributed DirectToVideo animated films from Creator/GoldenFilms and Creator/JetlagProductions. Many of these works were adapted from public domain stories and fairy tales, most infamously ones [[TheMockbuster similar or identical in name and/or plot]] to bigger-budget films made by Creator/{{Disney}}, with their releases timed similarly to the Disney home media releases in order to cash in. Disney eventually took notice, however, and sued [=GoodTimes=], alleging that [=GoodTimes=]' similar boxarts were made to trick customers. As a result, [=GoodTimes=] was forced to clearly print its name on its home media releases.


But perhaps its biggest claim to infamy was when they distributed DirectToVideo animated films from Creator/GoldenFilms and Creator/JetlagProductions. Many of these works they were adapted from public domain stories and fairy tales, most infamously ones [[TheMockbuster similar or identical in name and/or plot]] to bigger-budget films made by Creator/{{Disney}}, with their releases timed similarly to the Disney home media releases in order to cash in. Disney eventually took notice, however, and sued [=GoodTimes=], alleging that [=GoodTimes=]' similar boxarts were made to trick customers. As a result, [=GoodTimes=] was forced clearly print its name on its home media releases.

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But perhaps its biggest claim to infamy was when they distributed DirectToVideo animated films from Creator/GoldenFilms and Creator/JetlagProductions. Many of these works they were adapted from public domain stories and fairy tales, most infamously ones [[TheMockbuster similar or identical in name and/or plot]] to bigger-budget films made by Creator/{{Disney}}, with their releases timed similarly to the Disney home media releases in order to cash in. Disney eventually took notice, however, and sued [=GoodTimes=], alleging that [=GoodTimes=]' similar boxarts were made to trick customers. As a result, [=GoodTimes=] was forced clearly print its name on its home media releases.


[=GoodTimes=] Entertainment, Ltd. was an American home video company founded in 1984 under the name of [=GoodTimes=] Home Video. Its main purpose was to distribute DirectToVideo animated films from other studios, including Creator/GoldenFilms and Creator/JetlagProductions.

Many of the works they distributed were public domain stories and fairy tales, most infamously ones [[TheMockbuster similar or identical in name and/or plot]] to bigger-budget films made by Creator/{{Disney}}, with their releases timed similarly to the Disney home media releases in order to cash in. Disney eventually took notice, however, and sued [=GoodTimes=], alleging that [=GoodTimes=]' similar boxarts were made to trick customers. As a result, [=GoodTimes=] was forced clearly print its name on its home media releases.

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[=GoodTimes=] Entertainment, Ltd. was an American home video company founded in 1984 under the name of [=GoodTimes=] Home Video. Its main purpose was to distribute release inexpensive VHS releases to take advantage of the growing video collector's market. It started out releasing public domain films, then gravitated to reissues of films and TV programs licensed from RCA/Columbia, MCA/Universal, Orion, Worldvision, and Hanna-Barbera, among others.

But perhaps its biggest claim to infamy was when they distributed
DirectToVideo animated films from other studios, including Creator/GoldenFilms and Creator/JetlagProductions.

Creator/JetlagProductions. Many of the these works they distributed were adapted from public domain stories and fairy tales, most infamously ones [[TheMockbuster similar or identical in name and/or plot]] to bigger-budget films made by Creator/{{Disney}}, with their releases timed similarly to the Disney home media releases in order to cash in. Disney eventually took notice, however, and sued [=GoodTimes=], alleging that [=GoodTimes=]' similar boxarts were made to trick customers. As a result, [=GoodTimes=] was forced clearly print its name on its home media releases.

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* ''WesternAnimation/AnAngelForChristmas'' (1996)


* ''[[WesternAnimation/SleepingBeautyGoldenFilms Sleeping Beauty]]'' (1994)**

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* ''[[WesternAnimation/SleepingBeautyGoldenFilms ''[[WesternAnimation/SleepingBeautyJetlagProductions Sleeping Beauty]]'' (1994)**

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* ''[[WesternAnimation/DavidCopperfield1993 David Copperfield]]'' (1993)


Many of the works they distributed were public domain stories and fairy tales, most infamously ones [[TheMockbuster similar or identical in name and/or plot=]] to bigger-budget films made by Creator/{{Disney}}, with their releases timed similarly to the Disney home media releases in order to cash in. Disney eventually took notice, however, and sued [=GoodTimes=], alleging that [=GoodTimes=]' similar boxarts were made to trick customers. As a result, [=GoodTimes=] was forced clearly print its name on its home media releases.

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Many of the works they distributed were public domain stories and fairy tales, most infamously ones [[TheMockbuster similar or identical in name and/or plot=]] plot]] to bigger-budget films made by Creator/{{Disney}}, with their releases timed similarly to the Disney home media releases in order to cash in. Disney eventually took notice, however, and sued [=GoodTimes=], alleging that [=GoodTimes=]' similar boxarts were made to trick customers. As a result, [=GoodTimes=] was forced clearly print its name on its home media releases.

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