Media from 1987.

Paper money

Old currency currently in circulation
$1-G (1986).png
$1 (Series 1985)
Up to A 22400000 C
Up to B 54400000 H
Up to C 28800000 B
Up to D 89600000 C
Up to E 76800000 F
Up to F 86400000 F
Up to G 51200000 E
Up to H 73600000 B
Up to I 57600000 A
Up to J 64000000 B
Up to K 44800000 D
Up to L 03200000 H
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$2 (Series 1976)
A 00000001 A – A 29440000 A
B 00000001 A – B 67200000 A
C 00000001 A – C 33280000 A
D 05440001 A – D 31360000 A
E 23040001 A – E 56960000 A
F 14720001 A – F 60800000 A
G 08000001 A – G 75520000 A
H 00000001 A – H 39040000 A
I 00000001 A – I 14080000 A
J 00000001 A – J 24960000 A
K 00000001 A – K 41600000 A
L 28160001 A – L 71680000 A
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$5 (Series 1985)
Up to A 89600000 A
Up to B 99200000 B
Up to C 70400000 A
Up to D 92800000 A
Up to E 41600000 B
Up to F 44800000 B
Up to G 44800000 B
Up to H 60800000 A
Up to I 22400000 A
Up to J 44800000 A
Up to K 76800000 A
Up to L 57600000 B
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$10 (Series 1985)
Up to A 67200000 A
Up to B 28800000 C
Up to C 48000000 A
Up to D 86400000 A
Up to E 57600000 A
Up to F 16000000 B
Up to G 03200000 B
Up to H 41600000 A
Up to I 12800000 A
Up to J 35200000 A
Up to K 54400000 A
Up to L 03200000 B
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$20 (Series 1985)
Up to A 12800000 B
Up to B 16000000 E
Up to C 19200000 A
Up to D 25600000 B
Up to E 76800000 B
Up to F 28800000 B
Up to G 83200000 B
Up to H 41600000 A
Up to I 12800000 A
Up to J 86400000 A
Up to K 64000000 A
Up to L 67200000 C
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$50 (Series 1981)
A 00000001 B – A 09600000 B
B 00000001 B – B 32000000 B
D 00000001 B – D 12800000 B
E 00000001 B – E 12800000 B
F 00000001 B – F 03200000 B
G 00000001 B – G 22400000 B
H 00000001 B – H 03200000 B
I 00000001 B – I 03200000 B
J 00000001 B – J 09600000 B
K 00000001 B – K 09600000 B
L 00000001 B – L 09600000 B
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$50 (Series 1981A)
A 00000001 A – A 09600000 A
B 00000001 A – B 28800000 A
D 00000001 A – D 12800000 A
E 00000001 A – E 12800000 A
F 00000001 A – F 03200000 A
G 00000001 A – G 28800000 A
H 00000001 A – H 03200000 A
I 00000001 A – I 03200000 A
J 00000001 A – J 06400000 A
K 00000001 A – K 06400000 A
L 00000001 A – L 22400000 A
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$50 (Series 1985)
A 00000001 A – A 16000000 A
B 00000001 A – B 76800000 A
D 00000001 A – D 22400000 A
E 00000001 A – E 22400000 A
F 00000001 A – F 09600000 A
G 00000001 A – G 60800000 A
H 00000001 A – H 03200000 A
I 00000001 A – I 03200000 A
J 00000001 A – J 06400000 A
K 00000001 A – K 12800000 A
L 00000001 A – L 28800000 A
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$100 (Series 1981)
Up to A 02560000 A
A 00000001 B – A 06400000 B
Up to B 44800000 A
B 00000001 B – B 60800000 B
Up to C 06400000 A
C 00000001 B – C 06400000 B
Up to D 02560000 A
Up to E 07680000 A
E 00000001 B – E 16000000 B
F 00000001 A – F 06400000 A
Up to G 20480000 A
G 00000001 B – G 12800000 B
Up to H 02560000 A
H 00000001 B – H 03200000 B
I 00000001 A – I 03200000 A
Up to J 07680000 A
J 00000001 B – J 16000000 B
Up to K 14080000 A
K 00000001 B – K 09600000 B
Up to L 15360000 A
L 00000001 B – L 09600000 B
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$100 (Series 1981A)
A 00000001 A – A 06400000 A
B 00000001 A – B 64000000 A
C 00000001 A – C 03200000 A
D 00000001 A – D 06400000 A
E 00000001 A – E 12800000 A
F 00000001 A – F 12800000 A
G 00000001 A – G 22400000 A
H 00000001 A – H 12800000 A
I 00000001 A – I 03200000 A
K 00000001 A – K 03200000 A
L 00000001 A – L 19200000 A
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$100 (Series 1985)
A 00000001 A – A 03200000 A
B 00000001 A – B 06400000 B
C 00000001 A – C 06400000 A
D 00000001 A – D 12800000 A
E 00000001 A – E 12800000 A
F 00000001 A – F 09600000 A
G 00000001 A – G 32000000 A
I 00000001 A – I 03200000 A
J 00000001 A – J 06400000 A
K 00000001 A – K 16000000 A
L 00000001 A – L 19200000 A
New currency released to circulation
$1-F (1987).png
$1 (Series 1985)
A 22400001 C – A 57600000 D
B 54400001 H – B 99200000 L
C 28800001 B – C 44800000 C
D 89600001 C – D 44800000 E
E 76800001 F – E 99200000 I
F 86400001 F – F 80000000 L
G 51200001 E – G 32000000 J
H 73600001 B – H 03200000 E
I 57600001 A – I 25600000 B
J 64000001 B – J 44800000 C
K 44800001 D – K 48000000 F
L 03200001 H – L 99200000 L
$5-K (1987).png
$5 (Series 1985)
A 89600001 A – A 22400000 B
B 99200001 B – B 12800000 D
C 70400001 A – C 09600000 B
D 92800001 A – D 41600000 B
E 41600001 B – E 06400000 C
F 44800001 B – F 38400000 C
G 44800001 B – G 60800000 C
H 60800001 A – H 99200000 A
I 22400001 A – I 44800000 A
J 44800001 A – J 54400000 A
K 76800001 A – K 51200000 B
L 57600001 B – L 99200000 C
$10-F (1987).jpg
$10 (Series 1985)
A 67200001 A – A 38400000 B
B 28800001 C – B 19200000 E
C 48000001 A – C 83200000 A
D 86400001 A – D 19200000 B
F 16000001 B – F 92800000 B
G 03200001 B – G 99200000 B
H 41600001 A – H 76800000 A
I 12800001 A – I 22400000 A
K 54400001 A – K 99200000 A
L 03200001 B – L 09600000 C

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$20 (Series 1985)

In October 1987, the first $20 bills with serial numbers ending with "H" were printed, followed by letters that come after that.

A 12800001 B – A 09600000 C
B 16000001 E – B 54400000 H
C 19200001 A – C 80000000 A
D 25600001 B – D 28800000 C
E 76800001 B – E 25600000 D
F 28800001 B – F 86400000 B
G 83200001 B – G 70400000 D
H 41600001 A – H 22400000 B
I 12800001 A – I 38400000 A
J 86400001 A – J 12800000 B
K 64000001 A – K 35200000 B
L 67200001 C – L 03200000 F

$50-G (1987).jpg
$50 (Series 1985)

In August 1987, the first $50 bills with serial numbers up to 99200000 were printed.

A 16000001 A – A 22400000 A
B 76800001 A – B 09600000 B
C 00000001 A – C 03200000 A
D 22400001 A – D 35200000 A
E 22400001 A – E 38400000 A
G 60800001 A – G 83200000 A
H 03200001 A – H 06400000 A
I 03200001 A – I 06400000 A
J 06400001 A – J 09600000 A
K 12800001 A – K 19200000 A
L 28800001 A – L 35200000 A
$100-G (1986).png
$100 (Series 1985)
A 03200001 A – A 09600000 A
B 06400001 B – B 60800000 B
C 06400001 A – C 12800000 A
D 12800001 A – D 19200000 A
E 12800001 A – E 25600000 A
G 32000001 A – G 44800000 A
H 00000001 A – H 06400000 A
I 03200001 A – I 06400000 A
J 06400001 A – J 09600000 A
K 16000001 A – K 28800000 A
L 19200001 A – L 28800000 A

Production of new $1, $5, $10 and $20 bills greatly decreased in October 1987.

Logos

Movie logos
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Universal Pictures
1971–1990
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Columbia Pictures
1981–1993 Seen on Ghostbusters.
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20th Century Fox
1981–1994 Seen on the Star Wars trilogy on VHS.
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MGM/UA Entertainment
1983–1987
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TriStar Pictures
1984–1993
Warner Bros. Pictures (1984).jpg
Warner Bros. Pictures
1984–1990 Seen on The Goonies.
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Walt Disney Pictures
1985–1990
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Touchstone Pictures
1986–2002 The new name for Touchstone Films.
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Paramount Pictures
1987

Paramount celebrated its 75th anniversary this year.

Any films released in late 1986 originally had this logo when first seen on VHS, while DVDs retained the 1975 logo.

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New Line Cinema
1987–1994
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Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures
1987–1992
Broadcast television logos
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CBS
1953–2007
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ABC
1962–2007
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NBC
1986–2013
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FOX
1986–1987
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FOX
1987–1993
PBS logos (including funding credits)
WGBH (1978).jpg
WGBH
1978–1993
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National Captioning Institute
1982–1999 Seen on programs closed-captioned by the National Captioning Institute.
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The Caption Center
1987–1994 Seen on programs closed-captioned by The Caption Center.
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WNET
1984–1988
PBS (1984).jpg
PBS
1984–1989 Seen on Mister Rogers' Neighborhood: 1536–1585. Older episodes still retained the 1971 logo.
Corporation for Public Broadcasting (1985-1987).jpg
Corporation for Public Broadcasting
1985–1987 Most PBS programs were sponsored by these underwriters.
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Public Television Stations
1987 Family Communications Logo.jpg
Family Communications
1987 Only seen on Mister Rogers' Neighborhood.
Public Television Stations (1987-1989).jpg
Public Television Stations
1987–1989 Debuted on December 14, 1987.
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Corporation for Public Broadcasting
Cable television logos
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HBO
1980–present
USA Network logo.png
USA Network
1979–1996
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Showtime
1981–1990
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The Movie Channel
1981–1988
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CBN Cable Network
1983–1988
Nickelodeon Logo.png
Nickelodeon
1984–2009
Cinemax logo.png
Cinemax
1985–1997
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Nick at Nite
1985–1997 Nick at Nite only aired during primetime hours on Nickelodeon.
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SuperStation WTBS
1985–1987
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Disney Channel
1986–1997
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SuperStation TBS
1987–1989 New name for WTBS.
Television distribution logos
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Paramount Television
1975–1987
Universal Television (1975).jpg
Universal Television
1975–1991
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20th Television Fox
1981–1992
1982 Columbia Pictures Television Logo.jpg
Columbia Pictures Television
1982–1988
Warner Bros. Television (1984).jpg
Warner Bros. Television
1984–1990
1984 DiC Logo.jpg
DiC Entertainment
1984–1987
Walt Disney Television (1985).jpg
Walt Disney Television
1985–2003
KingWorld (1985).jpg
KingWorld
1985–1990 Seen on Wheel of Fortune and Jeopardy!.
Buena Vista Television (1985).jpg
Buena Vista Television
1985–1990
Merv Griffin Enterprises (1986).jpg
Merv Griffin Enterprises
1986–1987 Seen on Wheel of Fortune and Jeopardy!.
Sunbow & Marvel Productions (1986).jpg
Sunbow & Marvel Productions
1986–1994 Seen on My Little Pony 'n Friends.
Lorimar-Telepictures (1986).jpg
Lorimar-Telepictures
1986–1988 Seen on the first season of Full House.
Tristar Television (1986).jpg
TriStar Television
1986–1988
Paramount Television (1987).jpg
Paramount Television
1987–1989
Merv Griffin Enterprises (1987).jpg
Merv Griffin Enterprises
1987–1988 Seen on the next seasons of Wheel of Fortune and Jeopardy!.
DiC (1987).jpg
DiC Entertainment
1987–1990
Home media logos
MGM-UA Home Video (1982).jpg
MGM/UA Home Video
1982–1993
Walt Disney Home Video (1983).jpg
Walt Disney Home Video
1983–1987 Continued use in Japan until 1987.
1983 MCA Home Video Logo.jpg
MCA Home Video
1983–1990
Playhouse Video (1983).png
Playhouse Video
1983–1990 Seen on Mister Rogers' Neighborhood and the remaining Dr. Seuss specials on VHS.
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Walt Disney Classics
1984–1987 Seen on Sleeping Beauty and Lady and the Tramp.
1984 CBS-FOX Video Logo.jpg
CBS/FOX Video
1984–1988 Seen on the Star Wars trilogy on VHS.
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Children's Video Library
1984–1987 After 1987, the Children's Video Library was disestablished. This resulted in all videos from the company going out of print.
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Warner Home Video
1986–1996 Seen on The Goonies.
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RCA/Columbia Pictures Home Video
1986–1991
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View-Master Video
1986–1995 Only seen on Kidsongs.
Warner Bros. Records (1985).jpg
Warner Bros. Records
1986–1997 Only seen on Kidsongs.
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Together Again Video Productions
1987–1997 Only seen on Kidsongs.
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CIC Video
1986–1991 CIC Video distributed Paramount and Universal's films outside of North America.
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Walt Disney Home Video
1986–1995 Any non-Classics films from Disney had this logo since 1986.
Touchstone Home Video (1986).jpg
Touchstone Home Video
1986–1987 Last seen on the 1987 VHS of Outrageous Fortune.
Vestron Video
Vestron Video
1986–1992 Seen on My Little Pony: The Movie.
Paramount Home Video (1987).jpg
Paramount Home Video
1987–1988 Debuted in February 1987 with Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives (DVDs of this film retained the 1975 logo).
Touchstone Home Video (1987).jpg
Touchstone Home Video
1987–2002 First seen on films released in early 1987 in theaters.
Golden Book Video (1987).jpg
Golden Book Video
1987–1991
Video game logos
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Nintendo Entertainment System
1985–1995
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Sega Master System
1986–1992

Movies

Theatrical

Of all animated features from Walt Disney Animation Studios, this was the order of when they were released on VHS or last released in theaters:

Title Release date Type of release
The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh June 26, 1981 VHS
The Fox and the Hound July 10, 1981 Theatrical
Bambi June 4, 1982 Theatrical
The Three Caballeros November 4, 1982 VHS
Fun and Fancy Free November 4, 1982 VHS
The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad
(as two separate films)
November 4, 1982 VHS
Peter Pan December 17, 1982 Theatrical
The Rescuers December 16, 1983 Theatrical
The Jungle Book July 27, 1984 Theatrical
Robin Hood December 6, 1984 VHS
Fantasia February 8, 1985 Theatrical
Pinocchio July 16, 1985 VHS
The Black Cauldron July 24, 1985 Theatrical
Dumbo December 3, 1985 VHS
101 Dalmatians December 20, 1985 Theatrical
The Sword in the Stone March 24, 1986 VHS
Alice in Wonderland May 28, 1986 VHS
The Great Mouse Detective July 2, 1986 Theatrical
Sleeping Beauty October 14, 1986 VHS
The Aristocats April 10, 1987 Theatrical
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs July 17, 1987 Theatrical
Lady and the Tramp October 6, 1987 VHS
Cinderella November 20, 1987 Theatrical

Saludos Amigos, Make Mine Music and Melody Time were once planned for VHS releases but were canceled due to inappropriate content.

In development were Oliver & Company (formerly "Oliver and the Dodger"), The Little Mermaid, and a Rescuers sequel.

Home video

Title Latest release date Notes
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Star Wars
November 13, 1984
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The Empire Strikes Back
November 13, 1984
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Robin Hood
December 3, 1984 Disney stopped selling these videos in early 1987. They were then put back into the vault with all of the package films, except for The Three Caballeros (see below).
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Pinocchio
July 16, 1985
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The Wizard of Oz
August 1985 The "Videophonic" edition.
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Ghostbusters
October 31, 1985
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Dumbo
November 5, 1985
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Bedknobs and Broomsticks
November 5, 1985 Included a preview of The Journey of Natty Gann and the Walt Disney and You promo at the end.
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Pete's Dragon
November 5, 1985 Cover artwork updated for 1985.
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Return of the Jedi
February 25, 1986
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The Goonies
March 1986
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The Sword in the Stone
March 25, 1986
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Alice in Wonderland
May 28, 1986
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So Dear to My Heart
June 25, 1986
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Mary Poppins
June 25, 1986
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Sleeping Beauty
October 14, 1986 Presented in Hi-Fi Stereo.
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My Little Pony: The Movie
October 28, 1986
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Lady and the Tramp
October 6, 1987 Only animated film released on VHS this year, as The Great Mouse Detective, like The Black Cauldron, was also not released.
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The Three Caballeros
October 6, 1987 This was the only package film that was re-released on video this year.

Books

Title Notes
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Horton Hears a Who! (1954)
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The Cat in the Hat (1957)
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How the Grinch Stole Christmas (1957)
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Green Eggs and Ham (1960)
Old copies of this book included the words "50 Word Vocabulary".
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The Lorax (1971)

Music

The following titles were released not only on audio CD and cassette, but also on VHS.

Kidsongs
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A Day at Old MacDonald's Farm
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I'd Like to Teach the World to Sing
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Good Night, Sleep Tight
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Cars, Boats, Trains and Planes
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Sing Out, America!
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A Day with the Animals
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What I Want to Be! (NEW!)
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The Wonderful World of Sports (NEW!)
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A Day at the Circus (NEW!)

"What I Want to Be!" and "The Wonderful World of Sports" were released first, followed by "A Day at the Circus" in December.

Television

Broadcasts

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Mister Rogers' Neighborhood
March 9–13, 1987 "Dance" (1571–1575) premiered on PBS.
March 20, 1987 The annual marathon of all 115 episodes of the new series to date ended.
May 4–8, 1987 "Making Mistakes" (1576–1580) premiered on PBS.
August 10–14, 1987 "Starting School" reran on PBS.
October 26, 1987 The next back-to-back marathon of all new series episodes to date began.
November 23–27, 1987 "Alike & Different" (1581–1585) premiered on PBS.
Out of 390 episodes of the old series, 145 reran this year (1166–1290 and 1296–1315).
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My Little Pony
September 7, 1987 The first of 15 new episodes premiered on first-run syndication.
September 28, 1987 All 65 episodes began airing exclusively on reruns.
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Wheel of Fortune
June 19, 1987 New episodes of Season 4 ended on syndication.
September 7, 1987 Season 5 began on first-run syndication.
September 12, 1987 Weekend reruns of Season 4 began. Season 3 was withdrawn.
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Jeopardy!
July 24, 1987 New episodes of Season 3 ended on syndication.
September 7, 1987 Season 4 began on first-run syndication.
September 12, 1987 Weekend reruns of Season 3 began. Season 2 was withdrawn.
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The Kidsongs TV Show
September 19, 1987 The first of 26 episodes premiered on first-run syndication.

A total of 15 episodes aired through December 26.

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Full House
September 22, 1987 Season 1 premiered on ABC.

The first 12 episodes aired through December 18.

Dr. Seuss
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How the Grinch Stole Christmas
Reran on CBS on December 11, 1987.

Home video

My Little Pony
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Firefly's Adventure
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My Little Pony: Escape from Catrina
Dr. Seuss
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The Cat in the Hat and Dr. Seuss on the Loose
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The Lorax and The Hoober-Bloob Highway
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Grinch Night
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The Grinch Grinches the Cat in the Hat and Pontoffel Pock
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How the Grinch Stole Christmas
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Horton Hears a Who!
Mister Rogers' Neighborhood
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Dinosaurs and Monsters
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Music and Feelings
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What About Love? (NEW!)
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When Parents are Away (NEW!)

Software

Title Release date(s) Notes
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MS-DOS 3.3
April 1987 Introduced support for 1.44 MB floppy disks.
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Windows 1.04
April 1987 Last Windows 1.x release.
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Windows 2.03
December 9, 1987

Video Games

Title Console Latest release date
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Super Mario Bros.
NES September 13, 1985
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Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels
Famicom Disk System June 3, 1986
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Donkey Kong
NES June 3, 1986
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Donkey Kong Jr.
NES June 3, 1986
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Mario Bros.
NES June 3, 1986
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Donkey Kong 3
NES June 3, 1986

A sequel to the first Super Mario Bros. game was in development, in which this one was to be based on the Famicom Disk System title "Dream Factory: Doki Doki Panic", released on July 10, 1987.

Totals

As of December 31, 1987:
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Total movies released on VHS (out of 41 in the list) 8.png
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