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Streamline Pictures – Part 18
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August 16, 2015 posted by

Streamline Pictures – Part 18

While writing these columns on the history of Streamline Pictures, I came across several old files of long-forgotten and never-published information. Here is a chronologic list of all the anime-specialty companies with their initial releases.

Streamline Pictures – Part 6
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May 24, 2015 posted by

Streamline Pictures – Part 6

One of my duties at Streamline Pictures was to keep a scrapbook of the reviews that Streamline’s movies, videos, and books got in newspapers and magazines. Here is an alphabetical…

Streamline Pictures – Part 4
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May 10, 2015 posted by

Streamline Pictures – Part 4

Continuing the outline format and chronology of Streamline Pictures history, where I was employed from January 1991 through March 2002. This week I cover the company’s output from 1994 through…

Streamline Pictures – Part 3
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May 3, 2015 posted by

Streamline Pictures – Part 3

To Recap: Carl Macek and Jerry Beck established Streamline Pictures in 1988 with a mission to accurately dub Japanese animation after years of substandard, dumbed-down dialogue and replaced music –…

Streamline Pictures – Part 1
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April 19, 2015 posted by

Streamline Pictures – Part 1

Streamline Pictures was one of the first American companies formed to license Japanese animation for American distribution – with the goal of presenting the original anime uncut, leaving the original…