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The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3 TV Series Hits Steam
- Nintendo News (blog)DIC Entertainment's
1990 The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3 animated television cartoon series is now available to purchase on Steam. Windows, Mac, and Linux users can watch, via online streaming, the series' 13 episodes in their original 640×480 ...
Inside the Intense Legal Battles Over the Rights to the Troll Doll
- The Fashion Law (blog)DIC Entertainment
, a self-proclaimed “leading entertainment and global brand management company,” filed a $20 million lawsuit against Troll Company in federal court in Los Angeles in 2007. DIC alleged claims of fraud in the inducement and negligent ...
Rainbow Brite and the Star Stealer 30th Anniversary
- Huffington Post
On November 15th, 1985 Hallmark Card's beloved character, Rainbow Brite, lit up the big-screen in her first feature-length film; Rainbow Brite and the Star Stealer. Produced by DIC Entertainment
the film was distributed by Warner Brothers and followed ...
How Inspector Gadget Was Remade for a New Generation
- Esquire (blog)
When Netflix announced it was adding Inspector Gadget to its ever-expanding roster of kids' shows last month, fans of a certain age got very nostalgic. Among the cartoons Millennials were raised on, hardly any was more beloved than the bumbling bionic ...
Strawberry Shortcake sold for $105m
- TBI VisionDIC Entertainment
had held the international rights to Strawberry Shortcake before it merged with Cookie Jar Entertainment in 2008. Cookie Jar later paid US$195 million to buy the brand outright from American Greetings, but that deal did not materialise.
10 Reasons "Sailor Moon" Is One of the Greatest Anime Cartoons Ever
For true fans, the Americanized version of Sailor Moon was just the tip of the iceberg. It was adapted for an international audience by DiC Entertainment
via Bandai, and brought to the U.S. in 1992 by Cartoon Network. Originally a shoujo manga series ...
Stunning new Disney Art Collection from Acme Archives
Stephan Martiniere began his career as an animator for DIC Entertainment
in France and then moved to the US where his career flourished. In the past 25 years he has worked in many areas of the entertainment field and has earned many awards. He was ...
Jeffrey Edell Joins Cinedigm as CFO
- Hollywood Reporter
Edell most recently was CEO of Edell Ventures, founded in 2009 to invest in social media and entertainment, which included a partnership with Marvel creator Stan Lee. He also was CEO of Inferno Entertainment; president of DIC Entertainment
; chairman of ...
Cinedigm Taps Jeffrey Edell To Be CFO
“Having worked closely with him at DIC Entertainment
while I was a Director there, I know of his clear ability to create and manage a first class financial effort and team at a public company. Holding a CPA and with significant private and public ...
Anybody Here Seen Our Old 'Friend, Martin?'
- Animation Magazine
In 1999, DIC Entertainment
came out with an hour-long special titled Our Friend, Martin, which was not only created with the support of the King family, but Dexter King, MLK's son, provided his father's voice as an adult. LeVar Burton and Jaleel “Urkel ...
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DiC Entertainment (pronunciation: /ˈdɪk/) was an international film and television production company. The company was also known as The Incredible World of DiC, DiC Audiovisuel, DiC Enterprises, DIC Animation City and DIC Productions at various times in its history. In 2008, DIC was acquired by the Cookie Jar Group and was folded into it. Most of the DIC library is currently owned by DHX Media after DHX acquired the Cookie Jar Group in October 2012.In addition to animated and live-action television shows such as Inspector Gadget (1983–1986), Heathcliff (1984–1988), Dennis the Menace (1986–1988), The Real Ghostbusters (1986—1991), The Super Mario Bros. Super Show! (1989–1990), Captain Planet and the Planeteers (1990–1996), Madeline (1993, 1995, 2000–2001), Sonic the Hedgehog (1993–1994), Sabrina: The Animated Series (1999–2000), Liberty's Kids (2002–2003), Super Duper Sumos (2002–2003), Strawberry Shortcake (2003–2008), and Trollz (2005–2006), while under Disney, DIC produced live-action feature films, including Meet the Deedles (1998) and Inspector Gadget (1999), and licensed various anime series such as Sailor Moon, Saint Seiya, and Speed Racer X.