OutOfOdor
7 years ago
Mine would be Mill Creek, or anyone else who includes silent Alices and Aesops in their PD releases.
"With all respect to the great mousetrap."- Popeye, "The Spinach Overture" (1935)
VoiceTalentBrendan
7 years ago
Thunderbean and New Age VIdeo
PopKorn Kat
7 years ago
My favorite would be Thunderbean Animation for reasons that should be obvious. However, they’re not a COMPLETELY public domain company as they’ve licensed the rights to Willie, Flip, and others in the last few years. They’re tied with Inkwell Images for the same reason. Plus, III’s documentaries are very informative.
ParamountCartoons
7 years ago
The reason I used to like UAV was because they found a copy of a certain cartoon with original titles which other companies used NTA prints. However, Thunderbean is no contest for fans of animation..........


My favorite sets from Thunderbean are "Noveltoons: Original Classics"and the "Cultoons" trilogy.


Toonatic
7 years ago
Thunderbean hands down. 😉
Bobby Bickert
7 years ago

Mine would be Mill Creek, or anyone else who includes silent Alices and Aesops in their PD releases.

Originally Posted by: OutOfOdor 



Mill Creek isn't just a PD company now. They've released licensed DVD's of TV series (individual seasons and complete series sets) and licensed DVD's and Blu-rays of movies. Most of what they've released so far is Columbia/Sony properties, but they even managed to license movies from Disney. (Albeit movies like Ernest Goes To Camp.)

Some of the TV series Mill Creek has released on DVD:

Bewitched
I Dream of Jeannie
Maude
The Jeffersons
SOAP
The Cosby Show
Miami Vice
21 Jump Street
Married With Children
Roseanne
Wings
The Nanny
The DIC Heathcliff series
The DIC Dennis the Menace series


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