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The home video division of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer was established in 1979 as MGM Home Video. No cassettes were released under this name; instead, MGM Home Video formed a partnership with CBS Video Enterprises, called MGM/CBS Home Video, the first releases under the name were released in October 1980. The first MGM/CBS releases were packaged in brown leather cases with gold lettering, but later printings of those tapes, as well as all future releases, were packaged in oversized gray cardboard cases that opened up like a book, similar to Warner Home Video.

In 1981, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer merged with the bankrupt United Artists and formed MGM/UA Entertainment Co., so in 1982, MGM and CBS split and the company was renamed MGM/UA Home Video, while CBS partnered with 20th Century Fox Video to form CBS/Fox Video. However, pre-1981 United Artists releases were licensed to CBS/Fox for a while due to a previous agreement between United Artists and Fox from back when the company was known as Magnetic Video.

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In 1986, Ted Turner acquired the pre-1986 MGM library, and MGM/UA signed a deal with Turner Entertainment to continue releasing the library on video. In 1990, after MGM's purchase by shady Italian financier Giancarlo Paretti's Pathé Communicationsnote , the company signed a distribution deal with Warner Home Video, a deal that ended in 2000 (it was originally to end in 2003). The company was renamed MGM Home Entertainment in 1998, which it is still called today, although the MGM/UA Home Video copyright screen continued to be seen at the beginning and end of tapes until they stopped releasing VHS tapes (the copyright screen began appearing in 1990 and featured the static MGM/UA Home Video logo). After MGM's purchase by Sony in 2005, their library was released through Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. A year later, MGM struck a new deal with 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment, a deal that will expire in 2021.

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Cardboard box releases (1980-1987)

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     1980 
The original 24 releases (16 MGM releases; 8 CBS releases)
  • 001: The Wizard of Oz (1939)
    Its CED counterpart got a period piece review that can be read here.

    Closing trailer reel includes spots for Fame and 2001: A Space Odyssey.

  • 002: 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)
    The main feature starts with an MPAA G card which first appeared on a 1974 theatrical reissue (the original release didn't carry an MPAA rating as the MPAA was still in the process of transitioning from the outdated Hays Code to the first incarnation of its rating system).

    Closing trailer reel includes spots for Fame and The Wizard of Oz.

    Later reprinted by MGM/UA Home Video with the MGM/CBS artwork and labels intact.

  • 003: Doctor Zhivago (1965)
    Presented over two videocassettes.

    Closing trailer reel includes spots for Fame, 2001: A Space Odyssey, and The Wizard of Oz.

    Produced in the United Kingdom.

  • 004: Ben-Hur (1959)
    General release version, approx. 23 minutes shorter than the roadshow version.

    Presented over two 105-minute videocassettes.

    Closing trailer reel includes spots for Fame, 2001: A Space Odyssey, and The Wizard of Oz.

  • 005: Meet Me in St. Louis (1944)

  • 006: An American in Paris (1951)
    Sped up by just over 11% for a runtime of 1h41m45s (as opposed to the original runtime of approximately 1h53m32s), to fit a 105-minute tape.

    Closing trailer reel includes spots for Fame and 2001: A Space Odyssey.

  • 007: That's Entertainment! (1974)
    Closing trailer reel includes spots for Fame, 2001: A Space Odyssey, and The Wizard of Oz.

  • 008: The Dirty Dozen (1967)

  • 009: A Night at the Opera (1935)

  • 010: Adam's Rib (1949)

  • 011: Jailhouse Rock (1957)
    Closing trailer reel includes spots for Fame, 2001: A Space Odyssey, and The Wizard of Oz.

  • 012: Network (1976)
    Produced in association with United Artists Corporation, which MGM would acquire a few years later, becoming MGM/UA.

    Sped up by just over 3% for a runtime of 1h57m41s (as opposed to the original runtime of approximately 2h1m20s), to fit a 120-minute tape.

    Closing trailer reel includes spots for Fame, 2001: A Space Odyssey, and The Wizard of Oz.

  • 013: Coma (1978)
    Does not include a trailer reel at the end.

  • 014: The Sunshine Boys (1975)
    Closing trailer reel includes a spot for Fame.

  • 015: Blowup (1966)
    Produced in the United Kingdom.

    Closing trailer reel includes spots for Fame and 2001: A Space Odyssey.

  • 016: Rio Lobo (1970)
    Released by CBS Video Enterprises.

    From Cinema Center Films.

    Some CBS/Fox Video pressings use the original MGM/CBS artwork and labels.

  • 017: The Boys in the Band (1970)
    Released by CBS Video Enterprises.

    From Cinema Center Films.

    Some CBS/Fox Video pressings use the original MGM/CBS artwork and labels.

  • 018: The Streetfighter (1974)
    Released by CBS Video Enterprises.

    From New Line Cinema.

    A Toei Company, Ltd. production.

    Produced in Japan.

    Original New Line Cinema logo is retained on this release.

    R-rated version, approx. 16 minutes shorter than the X-rated version.

    Dubbed in English from the original Japanese.

    Closing trailer reel includes spots for Fame, 2001: A Space Odyssey, and The Wizard of Oz.

  • 019: The Tom & Jerry Cartoon Festival, Vol. 1 (1980)

    Contains the cartoons The Flying Cat (1952), The Bodyguard (1944), The Little Orphan (1948), Jerry's Cousin, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Mouse (1947), Mice Follies (1954), The Cat and the Mermouse (1949) and and The Cat Concerto (1946).

  • 021: Electric Light Orchestra Live at Wembley (1978)
    Released by CBS Video Enterprises.

    Produced in the United Kingdom.

    The audio quality is as subpar as on the original television broadcast.

    Closing trailer reel includes a spot for Fame.

  • 022: Rude Boy (1980)
    Released by CBS Video Enterprises.

    From Atlantic Releasing Corporation.

  • 023: James Taylor in Concert (1979)
    Released by CBS Video Enterprises.

  • 024: The Nutcracker (1977)
    Released by CBS Video Enterprises.

    From Lothar Bock Associates.

    Produced in the Soviet Union.

    Videotaped performance by the Bolshoi Ballet.

    Shortened NBC broadcast version, approx. 22 minutes shorter than the original Soviet broadcast version and without Betty Ford's host segments.

    It's been suggested that at least part of the reason why Betty Ford's host segments were removed from this release is because she was under the influence at the time and made a slurred and unfocused delivery that ended up being a national embarrassment. Needless to say, this is cited as a reason, if not the reason, why she sought treatment for her alcoholism and why the Betty Ford Clinic exists in the first place.

    The lead dancers in this production, husband-wife dance team Yekaterina Maximova and Vladimir Vasiliev, were replaced by Nadia Pavlova and Vyacheslav Gordeyev for the second act. Depending on who you believe, it was either because either Maximova or Vasiliev suffered an injury during or sometime after the first act, or because Maximova felt worn out by the time the first act was finished (a contemporary review indicates that the midshow replacement happened because Vasiliev injured his foot). Maximova and Vasiliev would reprise their roles for a later videotaped production, in which they managed to complete the show, a decade later. Some sources even claim that Maximova and Vasiliev would redo the second act in 1984 for future reissues of the 1977 performance.

    Closing trailer reel includes spots for Fame and 2001: A Space Odyssey.

  • 025: Giselle (1974)
    Released by CBS Video Enterprises.

    From Lothar Bock Associates.

    Produced in the Soviet Union.

    Film version of a Bolshoi Ballet production.

    Closing trailer reel includes spots for Fame, 2001: A Space Odyssey, and The Wizard of Oz.

     1981 
  • 020: Oklahoma! (1955)
    Released by CBS Video Enterprises.

    From Samuel Goldwyn Home Entertainment.

  • 026: Being There (1979)
    Released by CBS Video Enterprises.

    From Lorimar Motion Pictures.

    Distributed by United Artists Corporation.

    Original 1976 United Artists Transamerica T logo is retained on this release.

  • 027: Fame (1980)

  • 028: Carny (1980)
    Released by CBS Video Enterprises.

    From Lorimar Motion Pictures.

    Distributed by United Artists Corporation.

    The original 1976 United Artists Transamerica T logo is absent on this release.

  • 029: Cruising (1980)
    Released by CBS Video Enterprises.

    From Lorimar Motion Pictures.

    Distributed by United Artists Corporation.

    Original 1976 United Artists Transamerica T logo is retained on this release.

    Some CBS/Fox Video pressings use the original MGM/CBS artwork and labels.

  • 030: Great Figures in History: John F. Kennedy (1981)
    Released by CBS Video Enterprises.

  • 031: Mutiny on the Bounty (1962)

  • 032: Treasure Island (1934) note 

  • 033: The Hostages: From Capture to Freedom (1981)
    Released by CBS Video Enterprises.

  • 034: The Champ (1979)

  • 035: Cabaret (1972)
    Released by CBS Video Enterprises.

    From Allied Artists Pictures.

  • 036: Benji (1973)
    Released by CBS Video Enterprises.

    From Mulberry Square Productions.

  • 037: The Formula (1980)

  • 038: My Fair Lady (1964)
    Released by CBS Video Enterprises.

    Presented into two videocassettes.

  • 039: Guys and Dolls (1955)
    Released by CBS Video Enterprises.

    From Samuel Goldwyn Home Entertainment.

  • 040: Brigadoon (1954)

  • 041: Forbidden Planet (1956)
    Later reprinted by MGM/UA Home Video with the MGM/CBS artwork and labels intact.

  • 042: Cousin Cousine (1976)
    Released by CBS Video Enterprises.

    From Libra Films.

    Produced in France.

    Presented in the original French with English subtitles.

    One of the first cassettes to use the MGM/CBS logo which appears as the page image, depicting a silver slash being drawn and zooming out as MGM and CBS appear on opposite sides before HOME VIDEO zooms out in a thin green font, and a new matching, all-silver CBS Video logo. Both logos would use variations on the same theme, and the CBS Video logo's variation on the music would later be used for MGM's next home video logo.

  • 043: Tarzan the Ape Man (1932)

  • 044: One Night Stand
    Released by CBS Video Enterprises.

  • 045: South Pacific (1958)
    Released by CBS Video Enterprises.

  • 046: Sherlock Holmes Double Feature
    Released by CBS Video Enterprises.

    From Allied Artists Pictures.

    Includes The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, originally produced by 20th Century-Fox, and Sherlock Holmes and the Voice of Terror, originally produced by Universal Pictures.

  • 047: Hide in Plain Sight (1980)

  • 048: The Getting of Wisdom
    Released by CBS Video Enterprises.

    From Atlantic Releasing Corporation.

    Produced in Australia.

  • 049: Vietnam: Chronicle of a War (1981)
    Released by CBS Video Enterprises.

  • 050: Gigi (1958)
    Later reprinted by MGM/UA Home Video with the MGM/CBS artwork and labels intact.

  • 051: Silk Stockings
    Later reprinted by MGM/UA Home Video with the MGM/CBS artwork and labels intact.

  • 052: The Big Red One
    Released by CBS Video Enterprises.

    From Lorimar Motion Pictures.

    Distributed by United Artists Corporation.

    Original 1976 United Artists logo absent.

  • 053: Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

  • 054: Black Orpheus
    Released by CBS Video Enterprises.

    From Janus Films.

  • 055: Mogambo

  • 056: The American Dance Machine (1981)
    Released by CBS Video Enterprises.

  • 057: On the Town

  • 058: Captains Courageous

  • 059: The Philadelphia Story (1940)

  • 060: Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

  • 061: REO Speedwagon: Live Infidelity
    Released by CBS Video Enterprises.

  • 062: Boston Bounces Back
    Released by CBS Video Enterprises.

  • 063: Bells Are Ringing

  • 064: A Day at the Races (1937)

  • 065: The Muse Concert: No Nukes (1980)
    Released by CBS Video Enterprises.

    Distributed by Warner Brothers.

  • 066: Romeo and Juliet
    Released by CBS Video Enterprises.

    From Lothar Bock Associates.

    Produced in the Soviet Union.

  • 067: The Great Caruso

  • 068: Lolita

  • 069: The Goodbye Girl (1977)
    Produced in association with Warner Brothers.
    1973 Warner Bros. logo replaced with MGM logo.

  • 070: Soylent Green

  • 071: Back Roads (1981)
    Released by CBS Video Enterprises.

    From CBS Theatrical Films.

    Distributed by Warner Brothers.

  • 072: The Sea Wolves (1980)
    Released by CBS Video Enterprises.

    From Lorimar Motion Pictures.

    Distributed by Paramount Pictures.

  • 073: Helter Skelter
    Released by CBS Video Enterprises.

    From Lorimar Productions.

  • 074: Clash of the Titans (1981)

  • 075: That's Entertainment, Part 2 (1976)

  • 076: Wifemistress
    Released by CBS Video Enterprises.

    From Quartet Films.

    CED exclusive.

  • 077: The Postman Always Rings Twice (1981)
    Released by CBS Video Enterprises.

    From Lorimar Motion Pictures.

    Distributed by Paramount Pictures.

  • 078: A Tale Of Two Cities

  • 079: Abbott and Costello in Hollywood (1945)
    Referred to as Bud Abbott and Lou Costello Go to Hollywood on the artwork.

  • 080: Night of the Iguana

  • 081: The Horse That Played Center Field (1979)
    Released by CBS Video Enterprises.

    From ABC Video Enterprises.

  • 082: Logan's Run

  • 083: Royal Wedding
    Public domain.

  • 084: Little Women

  • 085: The Marx Brothers Go West

  • 086: The Creation of a Ballet
    Released by CBS Video Enterprises.

    From ABC Video Enterprises.

  • 087: Purlie
    Released by CBS Video Enterprises.

  • 088: Man on the Moon (1981)
    Released by CBS Video Enterprises.

  • 089: Raggedy Ann & Andy: A Musical Adventure
    Released by CBS Video Enterprises.

  • 090: Papillon (1973)
    Released by CBS Video Enterprises.

    From Allied Artists Pictures.

  • 091: Seven Brides for Seven Brothers

  • 092: Ivanhoe

  • 093: Woman of the Year

  • 094: Till The Clouds Roll By
    Public domain.

    Later reprinted by MGM/UA Home Video with the MGM/CBS artwork and labels intact.

  • 095: The Billion Dollar Hobo
    Released by CBS Video Enterprises.

    From Samuel Goldwyn Home Entertainment.

  • 096: Harry Chapin: The Final Concert (1981)
    Released by CBS Video Enterprises.

  • 097: Westworld (1973)

  • 098: Piaf (1981)
    Released by CBS Video Enterprises.

  • 099: Return of the Street Fighter (1975)
    Released by CBS Video Enterprises.

    From New Line Cinema.

    A Toei Company, Ltd. production.

    Produced in Japan.

    Original New Line Cinema logo is absent on this release.

    R-rated version.

    Dubbed in English from the original Japanese.

     1982 

  • 107: * The Greatest Fights of the '70s (1981)
    Released by CBS Video Enterprises.

    From ABC Video Enterprises.

  • 108: Victory (1981)
    Released by CBS Video Enterprises.

    From Lorimar Motion Pictures and Carolco Films.

    Distributed by Paramount Pictures.

  • 109: Tarzan the Ape Man (1981)

  • 110: S.O.B. (1981)
    Released by CBS Video Enterprises.

    From Lorimar Motion Pictures.

    Distributed by Paramount Pictures.

  • 111: Rich and Famous (1981)

  • 116: Viva Las Vegas (1964)
    The CBS and MGM/CBS logos are inexplicably absent from this release.

  • 117: Major Barbara (1941)
    Released by CBS Video Enterprises.

    From Janus Films.

  • 118: Miss Peach of the Kelly School (1982)
    Released by CBS Video Enterprises.

  • 119: The Band Wagon (1953)

  • 120: Adam and the Ants - The Prince Charming Revue (1981)
    Released by CBS Video Enterprises.

  • 122: Sybil (1976)
    Released by CBS Video Enterprises.

    From Lorimar Productions.

  • 129: Demon Seed (1977)

  • 132: Early Days (1981)
    Released by CBS Video Enterprises.

    The MGM/CBS logo is absent on this release, which instead starts with the CBS Video logo.

  • 142: Buddy, Buddy (1981)

  • 145: True Confessions (1981)

  • 146: The Tom & Jerry Cartoon Festival, Vol. 2 (1982)
    At some point during 1982, MGM/CBS Home Video was rebranded MGM/UA Home Video (the latter for United Artists) due to MGM acquiring UA after their bankruptcy in the wake of Heaven's Gate; this led to the end of the partnership with CBS, who moved on to Fox and rebranded itself CBS-FOX Video, though they retained first release rights to the James Bond movies until the 90's. The MGM/UA Home Video logo uses the classic "Leo the Lion" Vanity Plate and, after the copyright warning, has sapphire-blue letters spelling MGM and UA zooming out from the top of the screen, with the static Leo icon following it and gold sparks creating the branching gold film-reels on the sides of the crest while a slash appears between MGM and UA. Finally, a Home Video marker zooms out from the bottom and locks in below the logo with a small flash, completing the Vanity Plate; the logo has the trumpet/trombone fanfare from the MGM/CBS logo over it. The logo plays at both the start of the tape and at the very end, before the tape's program runs out. This logo will be used until 1993, when a "roller-coaster" MGM/UA Vanity Plate was created.

    Contains the cartoons Mouse Trouble (1944), Jerry and the Lion (1950), Mouse in Manhattan (1945), The Milky Waif (1946), Cat Napping (1951), Saturday Evening Puss (1950), Hic-cup Pup (1954) and The Invisible Mouse (1947).

  • 147: Pennies from Heaven (1981)

  • 151: Victor/Victoria (1982)

  • 153: Elvis on Tour (1972)

  • 154: Cutter's Way (1981)

  • 155: The Phantom Tollbooth (1970)

  • 159: Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid (1973)

  • 164: Diner (1982)

  • 165: Poltergeist (1982)

  • 166: The Compleat Beatles (1982)

  • 172: The Beast Within (1982)

  • 176: The Dr. Seuss Video Festival (1982)
    Contains the TV specials Horton Hears a Who! (1970) and How the Grinch Stole Christmas! (1966).

     1983 
  • 184: Lady Chatterley's Lover (1981)
    From Cannon Films.

  • 186: Enter the Ninja (1981)
    From Cannon Films.

  • 188: My Favorite Year (1982)

  • 189: Forced Vengeance (1982)

  • 190: The Last American Virgin (1982)

  • 207: Corvette Summer (1978)

  • 208: Yes, Giorgio (1982)

  • 210: The Secret of Yolanda (1983)

  • 211: The Secret of NIMH (1982)
    From United Artists Corporation.

  • 218: The Weavers: Wasn't That a Time! (1982)

  • 219: Carole King: One to One (1982)

  • 220: He Knows You're Alone (1980)

  • 221: That Championship Season (1982)

  • 226: The Beastmaster (1982)

  • 227: Brimstone & Treacle (1982)

  • 230: MGM Cartoon Magic, Vol. 1 (1983)
    Contains the cartoons The Unwelcome Guest (1945), The Captain's Christmas (1938), Screwball Squirrel (1944), The Lonesome Stranger (1940), The Blue Danube (1939), Little Rural Riding Hood (1949) and King-Size Canary (1947).

  • 243: The Year of Living Dangerously (1982)

  • 245: Hospital Massacre (1982)

  • 263: The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing (1973)

  • 268: The Wall (1982)

  • 280: The White Rose (1982)

  • 282: 10 to Midnight (1983)
    From Cannon Films.

  • 296: The Tom & Jerry Cartoon Festival, Vol. 3 (1983)
    Contains the cartoons The Million Dollar Cat (1944), The Night Before Christmas (1941), Polka-Dot Puss (1949), Two Little Indians (1953), Trap Happy (1946), Tom and Jerry in the Hollywood Bowl (1950), Cue Ball Cat (1950) and Little Runaway (1952).

  • 297: Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1978)

  • 303: Operation Thunderbolt (1978)
    From Cannon Films.

  • 314: Brainstorm (1983)

     1984 
  • 317: Cool Cats: 25 Years of Rock 'n' Roll Style (1983)

  • 318: Hercules (1983)

  • 325: House of the Long Shadows (1983)

  • 329: Revenge of the Ninja (1983)

  • 364: The Final Option (1982)

  • 367: The Unapproachable (1982)

  • 368: The Night of the Shooting Stars (1982)

  • 369: Interiors (1978)
    From United Artists Corporation.

  • 418: Audrey Rose (1977)

  • 421: Reckless (1984)

  • 428: Blind Rage (1978)

  • 429: Mrs. Brown, You've Got a Lovely Daughter (1968)

  • 430: Tom Thumb (1958)

  • 447: Breakin' (1984)
    From Cannon Films.

  • 449: Burnt Offerings (1976)

  • 454: The Long Riders (1980)

  • 453: Mr. Majestyk (1974)
    From United Artists Corporation.

  • 460: Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Computers...But Were Afraid to Ask (1984)

  • 467: Around the World Under the Sea (1966)

  • 469: Manhattan (1979)
    From United Artists Corporation.

    Often cited as the first letterboxed VHS release for years ; however, more recent developments have proven it false. What's known is that it was the first letterboxed VHS release to be labeled, and it probably got its broader distinction due to the notoriety it attracted for director Woody Allen insisting on exclusively letterboxed home media releases and television broadcasts.

    Letterboxed with gray bars.

    The opening United Artists logo is truncated after a few seconds to remove Transamerica references; using the actual Transamerica-less United Artists logo(s) probably would've been an option if the gray bars weren't required by FCC regulations at the time.

  • 470: Over the Brooklyn Bridge (1984)

     1985 
  • 489: The Pink Panther Cartoon Festival, featuring "Pink at First Sight" (1985)
    From United Artists Corporation.

    Contains the TV special Pink at First Sight (1981), plus the cartoons Psychedelic Pink (1968), Super Pink (1966), The Hand is Pinker Than the Eye (1967) and Pink Pranks (1971).

  • 490: The Pope of Greenwich Village (1984)

  • 499: Red Dawn (1984)
    From United Artists Corporation.

  • 534: The Treasure Seekers (1979)

  • 555: Knute Rockne, All American (1940)

  • 586: The Adventures of Droopy, featuring "Wags to Riches" (1985)
    Contains the cartoons Dumb-Hounded (1943), Wags to Riches (1949), The Shooting of Dan McGoo (1945), Droopy's Good Deed (1951), Drag-A-Long Droopy (1954), The Chump Champ (1950) and Deputy Droopy (1955).

    Droopy's Good Deed is edited to remove a gag involving a bomb's explosion turning two characters into black stereotypes.

  • 590: The Miracle Worker (1960)
    From United Artists Corporation.

    The original release did not open with a Hexagon; instead, a "Released thru United Artists" text credit appears at the start, along with a credit for the production company.

  • 651: Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1941)

  • 681: The Adventures of Hercules (1984)

  • 682: The Best of Bugs Bunny & Friends (1985)
    Contains the cartoons Duck Soup to Nuts (1944), What's Cookin' Doc? (1944), Bedtime for Sniffles (1940), Tweetie Pie (1947), Nothing But the Tooth (1948), A Fued There Was (1938) and The Little Lion Hunter (1939).

     1986 
  • 700: Elmer Fudd Cartoon Festival, featuring "An Itch in Time" (1986)
    Contains the cartoons An Itch in Time (1943), The Hardship of Miles Standish (1940), Elmer's Pet Rabbit (1941) and Back Alley Oproar (1948).

  • 701: Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd Cartoon Festival, featuring "Wabbit Twouble" (1986)
    Contains the cartoons Slick Hare (1946), Stage Door Cartoon (1944), The Unruly Hare (1945), Wabbit Twouble (1942), A Wild Hare (1940), The Old Grey Hare (1944) and The Big Snooze (1946).

  • 708: Porky Pig and Daffy Duck Cartoon Festival, featuring "Tick Tock Tuckered" (1986)
    Contains the cartoons Daffy Doodles (1946), Duck Soup To Nuts (1944), My Favorite Duck (1944), One Meat Brawl (1947), Tick Tock Tuckered (1944), Tom Turk And Daffy (1944), Baby Bottleneck (1946) and Wagon Heels (1945).

  • 813: Mighty Orbots: Raid on the Stellar Queen (1984)

  • 930: Barney Bear Cartoon Festival, featuring "The Bear That Couldn't Sleep" (1986)
    From Turner Entertainment.

    Contains the cartoons The Bear That Couldn't Sleep (1939), The Bear and the Bean (1948), The Bear and the Hare (1948) and A Rainy Day (1940).

  • 976: King Solomon's Mines (1985)
    From Cannon Films.

  • 989: Bugs Bunny Cartoon Festival, featuring "Little Red Riding Rabbit" (1986)
    From Turner Entertainment.

    Contains the cartoons Little Red Riding Rabbit (1944), Tortoise Beats Hare (1941), The Old Grey Hare (1944), Jack-Wabbit and the Beanstalk (1943) and Hiawatha's Rabbit Hunt (1941).

  • 990: Daffy Duck Cartoon Festival, featuring "Daffy Duck and the Dinosaur" (1986)
    From Turner Entertainment.

    Contains the cartoons Daffy Duck and the Dinosaur (1939), The Stupid Cupid (1944), Plane Daffy (1944), Nasty Quacks (1945) and Along Came Daffy (1947).

  • 991: Porky Pig Cartoon Festival, featuring "Tom Turk and Daffy" (1986)
    From Turner Entertainment.

    Contains the cartoons Wagon Heels (1945), Tom Turk and Daffy (1944), Old Glory (1939), My Favorite Duck (1942) and One Meat Brawl (1947).

     1987 
  • 1010: The Assault (1986)
    From Cannon Films.

  • 1069: Up Your Anchor (1985)
    From Cannon Films.

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