Media from 1989.

Paper money

Old currency currently in circulation
$1-F (1987).png
$1 (Series 1985)
A 38400001 E – A 41600000 F
B 00000001 Q – B 09600000 T
C 00000001 D – C 25600000 E
D 09600001 F – D 28800000 G
E 73600001 J – E 99200000 L
F 70400001 M – F 70400000 N
G 32000001 J – G 57600000 L
I 25600001 B – I 92800000 B
J 16000001 D – J 92800000 D
K 48000001 F – K 03200000 H
L 35200001 P – L 96000000 T
$2-B (1976).png
$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)
A 48000001 B – A 70400000 B
B 67200001 D – B 03200000 E
C 41600001 B – C 64000000 B
D 64000001 B – D 89600000 B
E 54400001 C – E 03200000 D
F 67200001 C – F 28800000 D
G 83200001 C – G 22400000 D
H 00000001 B – H 28800000 B
I 44800001 A – I 73600000 A
J 92800001 A – J 35200000 B
K 51200001 B – K 76800000 B
L 57600001 D – L 19200000 E
$10-L (1988).jpg
$10 (Series 1985)
A 70400001 B – A 12800000 C
B 00000001 F – B 28800000 G
C 83200001 A – C 22400000 B
D 41600001 B – D 67200000 B
E 80000001 A – E 28800000 B
F 92800001 B – F 41600000 C
G 00000001 C – G 41600000 C
H 76800001 A – H 99200000 A
I 22400001 A – I 38400000 A
J 44800001 A – J 57600000 A
K 00000001 B – K 16000000 B
L 60800001 C – L 89600000 C
$20-B (1987).png
$20 (Series 1985)
 A 09600001 C – A 19200000 D
B 80000001 G – B 89600000 K
C 80000001 A – C 48000000 B
D 00000001 C – D 25600000 D
E 00000001 D – E 99200000 E
F 86400001 B – F 44800000 C
G 28800001 D – G 09600000 F
H 80000001 A – H 67200000 B
I 38400001 A – I 67200000 A
J 12800001 B – J 06400000 C
K 06400001 B – K 41600000 B
L 70400001 E – L 99200000 G
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$50 (Series 1981A)
G 25600001 A – G 28800000 A
L 19200001 A – L 22400000 A
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$50 (Series 1985)
A 00000001 A – A 41600000 A
B 00000001 A – B 67200000 B
C 00000001 A – C 03200000 A
D 00000001 A – D 54400000 A
E 00000001 A – E 51200000 A
F 00000001 A – F 09600000 A
G 00000001 A – G 12800000 B
H 00000001 A – H 09600000 A
I 00000001 A – I 09600000 A
J 00000001 A – J 12800000 A
K 00000001 A – K 22400000 A
L 00000001 A – L 54400000 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 25600000 A
B 00000001 A – B 57600000 C
C 00000001 A – C 19200000 A
D 00000001 A – D 25600000 A
E 00000001 A – E 41600000 A
F 00000001 A – F 09600000 A
G 00000001 A – G 64000000 A
H 00000001 A – H 12800000 A
I 00000001 A – I 09600000 A
J 00000001 A – J 12800000 A
K 00000001 A – K 38400000 A
L 00000001 A – L 38400000 A
New currency released to circulation
$1-F (1987).png
$1 (Series 1985)
A 41600001 F – A 57600000 F
D 28800001 G – D 41600000 G
F 70400001 N – F 25600000 P
G 57600001 L – G 99200000 L
I 92800001 B – I 48000000 C
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$1 (Series 1988)
A 00000001 A – A 99200000 A
B 00000001 A – B 99200000 F
D 00000001 A – D 54400000 A
E 00000001 A – E 99200000 D
F 00000001 A – F 60800000 D
G 00000001 A – G 22400000 D
H 00000001 A – H 25600000 B
I 00000001 A – I 64000000 A
J 00000001 A – J 99200000 A
K 00000001 A – K 80000000 A
L 00000001 A – L 96000000 C

$5-F (1988).jpg
$5 (Series 1985)

Production of Series 1985 $1 and $5 bills phased out in March 1989, leaving only the Series 1988 notes to continue.

A 70400001 B – A 92800000 B
B 03200001 E – B 51200000 E
C 64000001 B – C 70400000 B
D 89600001 B – D 16000000 C
E 03200001 D – E 35200000 D
F 28800001 D – F 54400000 D
G 22400001 D – G 48000000 D
L 19200001 E – L 60800000 E
$5-L (1989).jpg
$5 (Series 1988)
A 00000001 A – A 86400000 A
B 00000001 A – B 51200000 A
C 00000001 A – C 54400000 A
D 00000001 A – D 35200000 A
E 00000001 A – E 32000000 A
F 00000001 A – F 48000000 A
G 00000001 A – G 35200000 B
I 00000001 A – I 09600000 A
J 00000001 A – J 44800000 A
K 00000001 A – K 12800000 A
L 00000001 A – L 70400000 A
$10-G (1989).png
$10 (Series 1985)
A 12800000 C – A 99200000 C
B 28800000 G – B 48000000 I
C 22400000 B – C 41600000 B
D 67200000 B – D 41600000 C
E 28800000 B – E 99200000 B
F 41600000 C – F 76800000 C
G 41600000 C – G 60800000 D
I 38400000 A – I 48000000 A
J 57600000 A – J 86400000 A
L 89600000 C – L 03200000 D

$20-D (1989).png
$20 (Series 1985)

In 1989, $20 bills with serial numbers ending with letters "L" through "Q" were seen in circulation for the first time.

A 19200001 D – A 73600000 E
B 89600001 K – B 38400000 Q
C 48000001 B – C 96000000 B
D 25600001 D – D 54400000 E
E 00000001 F – E 99200000 G
F 44800001 C – F 12800000 D
G 09600001 F – G 32000000 H
H 67200001 B – H 99200000 B
I 67200001 A – I 83200000 A
K 41600001 B – K 92800000 B
L 00000001 H – L 99200000 I
$50-G (1987).jpg
$50 (Series 1985)
A 41600001 A – A 51200000 A
B 67200001 B – B 83200000 B
D 54400001 A – D 57600000 A
E 51200001 A – E 54400000 A
I 09600001 A – I 12800000 A
K 22400001 A – K 25600000 A
$50-B (1990).png
$50 (Series 1988)
D 00000001 A – D 12800000 A
G 00000001 A – G 41600000 A
J 00000001 A – J 03200000 A
L 00000001 A – L 12800000 A

$100-D (1988).png
$100 (Series 1985)

After production of Series 1985 $50 and $100 bills phased out in June 1989, only the $10 and $20 denominations continued as Series 1985 notes as of then.

A 25600001 A – A 32000000 A
B 57600001 C – B 60800000 C
D 25600001 A – D 28800000 A
E 41600001 A – E 54400000 A
F 09600001 A – F 16000000 A
I 09600001 A – I 12800000 A
K 38400001 A – K 48000000 A
$100-B (1990).png
$100 (Series 1988)
B 00000001 A – B 64000000 A
C 00000001 A – C 03200000 A
D 00000001 A – D 09600000 A
G 00000001 A – G 25600000 A
H 00000001 A – H 03200000 A
J 00000001 A – J 06400000 A
L 00000001 A – L 12800000 A

After 1989, the standard print run of each of the $1, $5, $10 and $20 denominations increased from 100,000 to 200,000 sheets, and the highest serial number per block was reduced again from 99200000 to 96000000.

Logos

Movie logos
Universal (1971).jpg
Universal Pictures
1971–1990
Columbia Pictures (1981).jpg
Columbia Pictures
1981–1993 Seen on Ghostbusters II.
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20th Century Fox
1981–1994 Seen on the Star Wars trilogy on VHS.
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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
Touchstone Pictures (1986).jpg
Touchstone Pictures
1986–2002
New Line Cinema (1987).jpg
New Line Cinema
1987–1994
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (1987).jpg
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures
1987–1992
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Paramount Pictures
1988–1989
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Paramount Pictures
1989–1995 With Gulf+Western defunct, Paramount Pictures became a Paramount Communications company in September 1989.
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
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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PBS
1984–1989 Last seen on original broadcasts of Mister Rogers' Neighborhood: 1606–1610, as well as on reruns of episodes 1456–1460 in June 1989.
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Public Television Stations
1987–1989 Most PBS programs were sponsored by these underwriters.
Corporation for Public Broadcasting (1987-1989).jpg
Corporation for Public Broadcasting
1987–1989
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WNET
1988–1993 Seen on the first season of Shining Time Station.
1989 Family Communications Logo.jpg
Family Communications
1989 Only seen on Mister Rogers' Neighborhood.
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Viewers Like You
1989–1991 The phrase "this station and other public television stations" was replaced by "the financial support of viewers like you" in August 1989.
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Corporation for Public Broadcasting
PBS (1989).jpg
PBS
1989–1993 Seen on all programming starting on September 18, 1989. The first new episodes of Mister Rogers' Neighborhood to have this logo was the "When Parents Go to Work" week (1611–1615).
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
Nickelodeon Logo.png
Nickelodeon
1984–2009
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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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Disney Channel
1986–1997
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SuperStation TBS
1987–1989
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The Movie Channel
1988–1997
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The CBN Family Channel
1988–1990
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TNT
1988–1995
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Nick Jr.
1988–2009
TBS logo 1989.png
TBS SuperStation
1989–1994
Television distribution logos
Universal Television (1975).jpg
Universal Television
1975–1991
20th Television Fox (1981).jpg
20th Television Fox
1981–1992
Warner Bros. Television (1984).jpg
Warner Bros. Television
1984–1990
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
Sunbow & Marvel Productions (1986).jpg
Sunbow & Marvel Productions
1986–1994 Seen on My Little Pony 'n Friends, which last aired this year.
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Paramount Television
1987–1989
DiC (1987).jpg
DiC Entertainment
1987–1990 Seen on the Super Mario Bros. Super Show.
Merv Griffin Enterprises (1988).jpg
Merv Griffin Enterprises
1988–1992 Seen on Wheel of Fortune and Jeopardy!.
Columbia Pictures Television (1988).jpg
Columbia Pictures Television
1988–1989
Lorimar Television (1988).jpg
Lorimar Television
1988–1993 Seen on Full House.
The Lyons Group (1988).jpg
The Lyons Group
1988–1992 Only seen on the three Barney & the Backyard Gang videos.
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Paramount Television
1989–1990
1989 Columbia Pictures Television Logo.jpg
Columbia Pictures Television
1989–1992
Britt Allcroft (1989).jpg
The Britt Allcroft Company
1989–2002
Home media logos
MGM-UA Home Video (1982).jpg
MGM/UA Home Video
1982–1993 Seen on the 50th Anniversary Edition of The Wizard of Oz.
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.
1984 CBS-FOX Video Logo.jpg
CBS/FOX Video
1984–1991 Seen on the Star Wars films.
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Random House Home Video
1984–2005
Warner Home Video (1986-A).jpg
Warner Home Video
1986–1996 Seen on The Goonies.
RCA Columbia Pictures Home Video (1986).jpg
RCA/Columbia Pictures Home Video
1986–1991
View-Master Video (1985).jpg
View-Master Video
1986–1995 Only seen on Kidsongs.
Warner Bros. Records (1985).jpg
Warner Bros. Records
1986–1997 Only seen on Kidsongs.
Together Again Video Productions (1987).png
Together Again Video Productions
1987–1997 Only seen on Kidsongs.
CIC Video (1986).jpg
CIC Video
1986–1991 CIC Video distributed Paramount and Universal's films outside of North America.
Walt Disney Home Video (1986).jpg
Walt Disney Home Video
1986–1995 Any non-Classics films from Disney had this logo, including Mary Poppins.
Vestron Video
Vestron Video
1986–1992
Touchstone Home Video (1987).jpg
Touchstone Home Video
1987–2002
Golden Book Video (1987).jpg
Golden Book Video
1987–1991 Seen on My Little Pony episodes on VHS.
Paramount Home Video (1988).jpg
Paramount Home Video
1988–1989 Last seen on Pet Sematary.
Paramount Home Video (1989).jpg
Paramount Home Video
1989–1995 First seen on Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade.
Walt Disney Classics (1989).jpg
Walt Disney Classics
1989–1992 Only seen on Bambi.
PBS Home Video (1989).jpg
PBS Home Video
1989–1998
Video game logos
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Nintendo Entertainment System
1985–1995
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Sega Master System
1986–1992
Gameboy logo.png
Game Boy
1989–1998 The Game Boy was Nintendo's first handheld console.
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Sega Genesis
1989–1997 The Sega Genesis began the fourth generation of video game consoles.

Movies

Of all animated features from Walt Disney Animation Studios, this was the order of when they were released on VHS, last released in theaters, or in the case of some of the package films, first broadcast on The Disney Channel:

Title Release date Type of release
The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh June 26, 1981 VHS
Fun and Fancy Free November 4, 1982 VHS
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
The Three Caballeros October 6, 1987 VHS
The Fox and the Hound March 25, 1988 Theatrical
Cinderella October 4, 1988 VHS
Oliver & Company November 18, 1988 Theatrical
The Rescuers March 17, 1989 Theatrical
Melody Time April 15, 1989 Disney Channel
Saludos Amigos June 9, 1989 Disney Channel
Peter Pan July 14, 1989 Theatrical
Bambi September 28, 1989 VHS
The Little Mermaid November 17, 1989 Theatrical
Make Mine Music November 25, 1989 Disney Channel
The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad November 4, 1989 Disney Channel

Theatrical

Poster/Title Release Date Box office
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Ghostbusters II
June 16, 1989 $112,494,738
(June 16–October 1, 1989)

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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Ghostbusters
October 31, 1985
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Dumbo
November 5, 1985 Cover artwork updated for 1989.
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Pete's Dragon
November 5, 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 Cover artwork updated for 1989.
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Alice in Wonderland
May 28, 1986
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Bedknobs and Broomsticks

May 28, 1986

Cover artwork updated for 1989.
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My Little Pony: The Movie
October 28, 1986 Cover artwork updated for 1989.
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The Three Caballeros
October 6, 1987
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Cinderella
October 4, 1988 Discontinued in 1989.
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Mary Poppins
October 4, 1988
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The Wizard of Oz
August 15, 1989 The 50th Anniversary Edition. Closed-captioned. Includes special features at the end.
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Bambi
September 28, 1989

Includes a trailer for The Little Mermaid.

Only animated film released on VHS this year, as neither The Fox and the Hound nor Oliver & Company ever got one yet.

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Ghostbusters II
November 23, 1989

Upcoming

Home Alone Director John Hughes was currently working on the script of this film.
Beauty and the Beast Initial storyboards were created for this film, but were later scrapped and re-written.
Hook TriStar Pictures bought the rights to this film from Paramount.
Aladdin Second film in development alongside Beauty and the Beast as of 1989.

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!
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The Wonderful World of Sports
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A Day at the Circus

A Day at Camp was also made this year.

Television

Broadcasts

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Mister Rogers' Neighborhood
February 20–24, 1989 "Fun & Games" (1601–1605) premiered on PBS.
May 1–5, 1989 "Josephine the Short-Neck Giraffe" (1606–1610) premiered on PBS.

This also ended the first era of the new series.

June 12, 1989 – September 22, 1989 PBS decided to withdraw all old episodes of Mister Rogers' Neighborhood after their next broadcasts to allow room for more new episodes.

Out of 310 episodes of the old series, only 100 aired this year, 75 of them for the last time (1456–1460, 1066–1070 and 1076–1140).

September 25, 1989 A brand-new era of the show began, in which "Starting School" was pushed back to the end of every season, starting in August 1990.
November 20–24, 1989 "When Parents Go to Work" (1611–1615) premiered on PBS.
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My Little Pony
September 9, 1989 Last broadcast on first-run syndication.

Every episode had aired up to eight times since September 1987.

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The Kidsongs TV Show
September 9, 1989 Last broadcast on first-run syndication.

Every episode had aired up to four times throughout the show's run.

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Shining Time Station
January 29, 1989 Season 1 premiered on PBS with 20 episodes.

This series introduced Thomas & Friends to American viewers.

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Super Mario Bros. Super Show
September 4, 1989 The first of 52 episodes premiered on first-run syndication.
December 4, 1989 After the show ended, it aired exclusively on reruns.
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Wheel of Fortune
June 16, 1989 New episodes of Season 6 ended on syndication.
September 4, 1989 Season 7 began on first-run syndication.
September 9, 1989 Weekend reruns of Season 6 began. Season 5 was withdrawn.
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Jeopardy!
July 21, 1989 New episodes of Season 5 ended on syndication.
September 4, 1989 Season 6 began on first-run syndication.
September 9, 1989 Weekend reruns of Season 5 began. Season 4 was withdrawn.
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Full House
May 5, 1989 The last Season 2 episode premiered on ABC.

After that, up to 19 episodes aired exclusively on reruns.

September 22, 1989 Season 3 premiered on ABC.

The first 12 episodes aired through December 15.

Dr. Seuss
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How the Grinch Stole Christmas
Reran on CBS three times in December 1989.

Home video

Dr. Seuss
NOTE: All videos had new cover artwork in January 1989.
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The Cat in the Hat
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The Lorax
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Dr. Seuss on the Loose
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The Hoober-Bloob Highway
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Grinch Night
Pontoffelpock 1989vhs.jpg
Pontoffel Pock and His Magic Piano
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The Grinch Grinches the Cat in the Hat
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How the Grinch Stole Christmas
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Horton Hears a Who!
Mister Rogers' Neighborhood
Mister Rogers Home Video - Dinosaurs and Monsters VHS.jpg
Dinosaurs and Monsters
Mister Rogers Home Video - Music and Feelings VHS.jpg
Music and Feelings
Mister Rogers Home Video - What About Love VHS.jpg
What About Love?
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When Parents are Away
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Musical Stories
Barney & the Backyard Gang
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The Backyard Show (August 29, 1988)
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Three Wishes (January 27, 1989)
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A Day at the Beach (April 6, 1989)
My Little Pony
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The Golden Horseshoes/The Prince and the Ponies
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Flight to Cloud Castle/Pony Puppy
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Fugitive Flowers/Little Piece of Magic
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The Revolt of Paradise Estate/Sweet Stuff and the Treasure Hunt
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The Glass Princess
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Mishmash Melee/Baby, It's Cold Outside
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Bright Lights
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The Quest of the Princess Ponies
Super Mario Bros. Super Show
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Mario's Magic Carpet
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Mario Meets Koopzilla
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King Mario of Cramalot
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The Great Gladiator Gig
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Butch Mario and the Luigi Kid
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The Great BMX Race

Software

Title Release date(s)
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Windows 2.11
March 13, 1989
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MS-DOS 4.01
April 1989

Video Games

Title Console Latest release date Notes
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Donkey Kong Classics
NES October 9, 1988 Included Donkey Kong and Donkey Kong Jr. in one game.
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Super Mario Bros. 2
NES October 9, 1988
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Super Mario Bros.
NES November 1988
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Super Mario Land
Game Boy August 1, 1989 One of the first Game Boy games released by Nintendo.

Totals

As of December 31, 1989:
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