Media from 1991.

Paper money

Old currency currently in circulation
$1-A (1989).jpg
$1 (Series 1988)
B 76800001 I – B 38400000 J
D 57600001 B – D 96000000 B
F 60800001 D – F 92800000 D
G 22400001 D – G 25600000 E
H 25600001 B – H 28800000 B
L 44800001 F – L 96000000 F

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$1 (Series 1988A)

Approximately 5.3 billion $1 bills were in circulation by the end of 1991, up to 96% of them as Series 1988A notes.

A 00000001 A – A 38400000 B
B 00000001 A – B 12800000 B
D 00000001 A – D 06400000 A
E 00000001 A – E 38400000 B
F 00000001 A – F 64000000 E
G 00000001 A – G 25600000 E
H 00000001 A – H 38400000 B
K 00000001 A – K 19200000 C
L 00000001 A – L 89600000 C
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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 1988A)

Approximately 1.3 billion $5 bills were in circulation, at least 99% of them as Series 1988A notes as of late 1991.

I 16000001 A – I 28800000 A
L 28800001 A – L 99200000 A
L 00000001 B – L 89600000 B
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$10 (Series 1985)
F 76800001 C – F 99200000 C
L 03200001 D – L 06400000 D

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$10 (Series 1988A)

Approximately 1.3 billion $10 bills were in circulation by the end of 1991, up to 98% of them as Series 1988A notes.

B 00000001 A – B 83200000 A
F 00000001 A – F 51200000 A
G 00000001 A – G 25600000 B
H 00000001 A – H 38400000 A
J 00000001 A – J 25600000 A
K 00000001 A – K 70400000 A
L 00000001 A – L 44800000 A
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$20 (Series 1985)
A 73600001 E – A 99200000 E
B 80000001 Q – B 70400000 S
C 96000001 B – C 25600000 C
D 54400001 E – D 89600000 F
E 57600001 I – E 70400000 I
F 12800001 D – F 16000000 D
G 32000001 H – G 35200000 H
L 00000001 L – L 44800000 L

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$20 (Series 1988A)

Approximately 3.5 billion $20 bills were in circulation by the end of 1991, up to 89% of them as Series 1988A notes.

A 00000001 A – A 44800000 C
B 00000001 A – B 96000000 B
F 00000001 A – F 32000000 C
G 00000001 A – G 44800000 C
H 00000001 A – H 25600000 A
J 00000001 A – J 41600000 A
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$50 (Series 1985)
A 16000001 A – A 51200000 A
B 64000001 A – B 83200000 B
C 00000001 A – C 03200000 A
D 19200001 A – D 57600000 A
E 16000001 A – E 54400000 A
G 51200001 A – G 12800000 B
H 03200001 A – H 09600000 A
I 03200001 A – I 12800000 A
J 06400001 A – J 12800000 A
K 12800001 A – K 25600000 A
L 22400001 A – L 54400000 A

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$50 (Series 1988)

Approximately 713 million $50 bills were in circulation by the end of 1991, just more than half of them as Series 1988 notes.

A 00000001 A – A 09600000 A
B 00000001 A – B 99200000 A
D 00000001 A – D 32000000 A
E 00000001 A – E 12800000 A
G 00000001 A – G 80000000 A
J 00000001 A – J 06400000 A
L 00000001 A – L 12800000 A
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$100 (Series 1985)
A 03200001 A – A 32000000 A
B 86400001 A – B 60800000 C
C 06400001 A – C 19200000 A
D 09600001 A – D 28800000 A
E 06400001 A – E 54400000 A
F 09600001 A – F 16000000 A
G 32000001 A – G 64000000 A
H 00000001 A – H 12800000 A
I 03200001 A – I 12800000 A
J 06400001 A – J 12800000 A
K 16000001 A – K 48000000 A
L 12800001 A – L 38400000 A

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$100 (Series 1988)

Approximately 1.57 billion $100 bills were in circulation by the end of 1991, at least 60% of them as Series 1988 or older notes.

A 00000001 A – A 09600000 A
B 00000001 A – B 99200000 C
C 00000001 A – C 09600000 A
D 00000001 A – D 35200000 A
E 00000001 A – E 19200000 A
G 00000001 A – G 51200000 A
H 00000001 A – H 09600000 A
J 00000001 A – J 09600000 A
L 00000001 A – L 19200000 A
New currency released to circulation

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$1 (Series 1988A)

A second Bureau of Engraving and Printing, located in Fort Worth, Texas, printed its first $1 bills in February 1991.

B 12800001 B – B 76800000 H
C 00000001 A – C 64000000 A
D 06400001 A – D 06400000 B
E 38400001 B – E 12800000 E
F 64000001 E – F 38400000 J
G 25600001 E – G 44800000 H
H 38400001 B – H 19200000 D
I 00000001 A – I 76800000 A
J 00000001 A – J 76800000 A
K 19200001 C – K 06400000 G
L 89600001 C – L 44800000 K
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$5 (Series 1988A)
A 00000001 A – A 51200000 A
B 00000001 A – B 57600000 C
C 00000001 A – C 44800000 A
D 00000001 A – D 38400000 A
E 00000001 A – E 25600000 C
F 00000001 A – F 32000000 B
G 25600001 B – G 12800000 E
H 00000001 A – H 51200000 A
J 00000001 A – J 38400000 A
K 00000001 A – K 89600000 A
L 89600001 B – L 76800000 C
$10-K (1990).jpg
$10 (Series 1988A)
A 00000001 A – A 06400000 B
B 83200001 A – B 76800000 C
C 00000001 A – C 57600000 A
D 00000001 A – D 51200000 A
E 00000001 A – E 25600000 A
F 51200001 A – F 44800000 B
G 25600001 B – G 12800000 C
J 25600001 A – J 51200000 A
K 70400001 A – K 19200000 B
L 44800001 A – L 25600000 C
$20-G (1990).png
$20 (Series 1988A)
A 44800001 C – A 25600000 D
B 00000001 C – B 51200000 H
C 00000001 A – C 25600000 A
D 00000001 A – D 76800000 C
E 00000001 A – E 89600000 C
F 32000001 C – F 64000000 C
G 44800001 C – G 44800000 E
H 25600001 A – H 12800000 B
I 00000001 A – I 25600000 A
J 41600001 A – J 86400000 A
K 00000001 A – K 51200000 A
L 00000001 A – L 64000000 F

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$50 (Series 1988)

These notes were released to circulation in late 1991.

B 00000001 B – B 16000000 C

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$100 (Series 1988)

By January 1991, production of Series 1988 $50 and $100 bills officially phased out.

B 00000001 D – B 48000000 E

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$100 (Series 1990)

Instead of becoming a Series 1988A, the $100 bill became a Series 1990. For this series year, microscopic printing was added around Franklin's portrait on the $100 bill.

A 00000001 A – A 57600000 A
B 00000001 A – B 96000000 A
C 00000001 A – C 57600000 A
D 00000001 A – D 48000000 A
E 00000001 A – E 57600000 A
F 00000001 A – F 57600000 A
G 00000001 A – G 57600000 A
I 00000001 A – I 22400000 A
K 00000001 A – K 28800000 A
L 00000001 A – L 96000000 A

The only $50 bills printed in 1991 were Star Notes for the New York district, but they weren't released until early 1992.

Logos

Movie logos
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Columbia Pictures
1981–1993 Seen on the Ghostbusters films.
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20th Century Fox
1981–1994 Seen on Home Alone.
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TriStar Pictures
1984–1993 Seen on Hook.
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Touchstone Pictures
1986–2002
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New Line Cinema
1987–1994
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Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures
1987–1992
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Warner Bros. Pictures
1990–1992
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Universal Pictures
1990–1991
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Walt Disney Pictures
1990–2006 Seen on Beauty and the Beast.
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Paramount Pictures
1990–1995
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Universal Pictures
1991–1997
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)
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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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Viewers Like You
1989–1991 Most PBS programs were sponsored by these underwriters. Last seen in June 1991.
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Corporation for Public Broadcasting
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WNET
1988–1993 Seen on Shining Time Station.
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PBS
1989–1993 Seen on Mister Rogers' Neighborhood and Shining Time Station.
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Connecticut Public Television
1991–1993
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Family Communications
1991 Only seen on Mister Rogers' Neighborhood.
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Corporation for Public Broadcasting
1991–1993

The underwriters' logos seen on regular PBS programming changed in July 1991.

The Corporation for Public Broadcasting also returned to Mister Rogers' Neighborhood in November.

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Viewers Like You
Cable television logos
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HBO
1980–present
USA Network logo.png
USA Network
1979–1996
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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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The Movie Channel
1988–1997
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TNT
1988–1995
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Nick Jr.
1988–2009
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TBS SuperStation
1989–1991
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The Family Channel
1990–1998
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Showtime
1990–1997
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TBS
1991–1994 The "SuperStation" is removed from the TBS logo.
Television distribution logos
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Universal Television
1975–1991
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20th Television Fox
1981–1992
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Walt Disney Television
1985–2003
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Sunbow & Marvel Productions
1986–1994
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Merv Griffin Enterprises
1988–1992 Seen on Wheel of Fortune and Jeopardy!.
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Lorimar Television
1988–1993 Seen on Full House.
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The Lyons Group
1988–1992 Only seen on Barney & the Backyard Gang.
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Columbia Pictures Television
1989–1991
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The Britt Allcroft Company
1989–2002
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Paramount Television
1990–1995
Warner Bros. Television (1990).jpg
Warner Bros. Television
1990–1992
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DiC Entertainment
1990–2001 Seen on Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3 and Super Mario World.
KingWorld (1990).jpg
KingWorld
1990–1999 Seen on Wheel of Fortune and Jeopardy!.
Buena Vista Television (1990).jpg
Buena Vista Television
1990–1995
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Columbia Pictures Television
1991–1992
Universal Television (1991).jpg
Universal Television
1991–1997
Nickelodeon (1991).jpg
Nickelodeon Productions
1991–1996
Home media logos
MGM-UA Home Video (1982).jpg
MGM/UA Home Video
1982–1993 Seen on The Wizard of Oz on VHS.
1984 CBS-FOX Video Logo.jpg
CBS/FOX Video
1984–1991 Within Fox's films, last seen on Edward Scissorhands on June 27, 1991.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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
Paramount Home Video (1989).jpg
Paramount Home Video
1989–1995
Walt Disney Classics (1989).jpg
Walt Disney Classics
1989–1992 Only seen on Bambi.
PBS Home Video (1989).jpg
PBS Home Video
1989–1998
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MCA/Universal Home Video
1990–1998
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Strand VCI Entertainment
1990–1992 Seen on Thomas & Friends videos.
Warner Home Video (1990).jpg
Warner Home Video
1990–1993
Fox Video (1991).jpg
Fox Video
1991–1993 First appeared on Sleeping with the Enemy in July 1991. Also seen on Home Alone.
New Line Home Video (1991).jpg
New Line Home Video
1991–1995
Columbia Tristar Home Video (1992-A).jpg
Columbia TriStar Home Video
1991–1992 Seen on re-releases of the Ghostbusters films, following the renaming of RCA/Columbia Pictures Home Video to Columbia TriStar Home Video.
Video game logos
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Nintendo Entertainment System
1985–1995 From 1991 to 1995, some games were released for both the NES and Super NES.
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Sega Master System
1986–1992
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Game Boy
1989–1998
Sega Genesis Logo.png
Sega Genesis
1989–1997
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Sega Game Gear
1990–1997
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Super Nintendo Entertainment System
1990–1999 The Nintendo counterpart to Sega's Genesis.

Movies

Theatrical

Poster/Title Release Date Box office
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Home Alone
November 16, 1990 $285,761,243
(November 16, 1990–July 1991)
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Beauty and the Beast
November 22, 1991 $63,690,996
(November 22–December 29, 1991)
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Hook
December 11, 1991 $57,312,855
(December 11–29, 1991)

Of the remaining 19 animated features from Walt Disney Animation Studios, not including any of the 1940s package films, this was the order of their last (re-)releases in theaters:

  1. Pinocchio (December 21, 1984)
  2. The Black Cauldron (July 24, 1985; withdrawn afterwards)
  3. Sleeping Beauty (March 7, 1986)
  4. The Great Mouse Detective (July 2, 1986)
  5. Lady and the Tramp (December 19, 1986; withdrawn afterwards)
  6. The Aristocats (April 10, 1987; withdrawn afterwards)
  7. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (July 17, 1987)
  8. Cinderella (November 20, 1987; withdrawn afterwards)
  9. The Fox and the Hound (March 25, 1988; withdrawn afterwards)
  10. Bambi (July 15, 1988; withdrawn afterwards)
  11. Oliver & Company (November 18, 1988)
  12. The Rescuers (March 17, 1989; withdrawn afterwards)
  13. Peter Pan (July 14, 1989; withdrawn afterwards)
  14. The Little Mermaid (November 17, 1989)
  15. The Jungle Book (July 13, 1990; withdrawn afterwards)
  16. Fantasia (October 5, 1990; withdrawn afterwards)
  17. The Rescuers Down Under (November 16, 1990; withdrawn afterwards)
  18. 101 Dalmatians (July 12, 1991)
  19. Beauty and the Beast (November 22, 1991)

Home video

Title Latest release date Notes
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The Goonies
March 1986
My Little Pony The Movie 1989 VHS.jpg
My Little Pony: The Movie
October 28, 1986
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The Three Caballeros
October 6, 1987
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Mary Poppins
October 4, 1988
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The Wizard of Oz
August 15, 1989 Cover artwork updated for 1991. Special features removed.
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Bedknobs and Broomsticks
October 12, 1989
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The Little Mermaid
May 18, 1990 Discontinued in 1991.
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Star Wars
September 1990
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The Empire Strikes Back
September 1990
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Return of the Jedi
September 1990
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Peter Pan
September 21, 1990 Discontinued in 1991.
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The Jungle Book
May 3, 1991 Includes a first look at Beauty and the Beast.
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Robin Hood
July 12, 1991

First Walt Disney animated feature officially re-released on VHS. Closed captions revised.

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Dumbo
July 12, 1991
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Pete's Dragon
July 12, 1991 Cover artwork updated for 1991.
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The Sword in the Stone
July 12, 1991
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Alice in Wonderland
July 12, 1991
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Home Alone
August 22, 1991
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The Rescuers Down Under
September 20, 1991

Released on VHS before Fantasia, unlike in theaters.

The first film, The Rescuers, was still not yet released on VHS in North America.

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Ghostbusters
October 1991 The distributor, RCA/Columbia Pictures Home Video, changed its name to Columbia TriStar Home Video.
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Ghostbusters II
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Fantasia
November 1, 1991

Upcoming

Home Alone 2: Lost in New York Principal photography began on December 9, 1991.
Aladdin The film was currently scheduled for release on November 25, 1992.
The Lion King Initially titled "King of the Jungle".

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

Title Release date
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Beauty and the Beast
October 24, 1991

Television

Broadcasts

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Mister Rogers' Neighborhood
February 25, 1991 – March 1, 1991 "Growing" (1631–1635) premiered on PBS.
April 19, 1991 The annual marathon of all episodes from the current series to date (except "Starting School" and "Josephine") ended.
April 22, 1991 – August 9, 1991 Out of 165 episodes of the old series, only 80 aired this year, all for the last time (1211–1290).
August 12–30, 1991 Following the annual reruns of "Josephine" and "Starting School", "Dress-Up" (1636–1640) premiered on PBS.
November 25–29, 1991 "Art" (1641–1645) premiered on PBS.
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Shining Time Station
Season 1 continued airing exclusively on reruns on PBS.

'Tis a Gift aired on October 30, 1991.

Season 2 premiered on November 18, 1991 and ended on December 27.

Super Mario Bros.
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Super Mario Bros. Super Show
Last known broadcast on local syndication in September 1991.

The show moved to The Family Channel that same month.

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Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3
Last known broadcast on NBC in September 1991.

The show moved to The Family Channel that same month.

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Super Mario World
The first of 13 episodes premiered on NBC on September 14, 1991.

Reruns began on December 14.

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Wheel of Fortune
June 14, 1991 New episodes of Season 8 ended on syndication.
September 2, 1991 Season 9 began on first-run syndication.
September 7, 1991 Weekend reruns of Season 8 began. Season 7 was withdrawn.
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Jeopardy!
July 19, 1991 New episodes of Season 7 ended on syndication.
September 2, 1991 Season 8 began on first-run syndication.
September 7, 1991 Weekend reruns of Season 7 began. Season 6 was withdrawn.
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Full House
May 3, 1991 The last Season 4 episode premiered on ABC.

After that, up to 18 episodes aired exclusively on reruns.

September 17, 1991 Season 5 premiered on ABC.

The first 14 episodes aired through December 17.

September 23, 1991 Seasons 1–4 began airing on off-network syndicated reruns.
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Barney & the Backyard Gang
Up to all six episodes were currently airing on reruns.
Dr. Seuss
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How the Grinch Stole Christmas
Aired a record four times in December 1991 on TNT.

Home video

Dr. Seuss
The first four titles below were re-released as regular Fox Video titles after Playhouse Video was disestablished.
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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?
Mister Rogers Home Video - When Parents Are Away VHS.jpg
When Parents are Away
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Musical Stories
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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Home on the Range
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A Day with the Animals
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What I Want to Be!
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Let's Play Ball
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A Day at the Circus
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A Day at Camp
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Ride the Roller Coaster
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Very Silly Songs (NEW!)
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)
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Waiting for Santa (May 1990)
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Campfire Sing-Along (June 1990)
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Barney Goes to School (August 1990)
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Barney in Concert (July 29, 1991)
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Rock with Barney (August 1991)
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
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Koopa Claus
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Count Koopula
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Princess, I Shrunk the Marios
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Hooded Robin (NEW!)
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Two Plumbers and a Baby (NEW!)
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Robo Koopa (NEW!)
Thomas & Friends
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Thomas Gets Tricked and Other Stories
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James Learns a Lesson and Other Stories
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Tenders and Turntables and Other Stories
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Thomas Breaks the Rules and Other Stories
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Better Late Than Never and Other Stories (NEW!)
All Thomas & Friends stories came straight from Season 1 of Shining Time Station.

The last five stories were never released on VHS with Ringo Starr's narration.

Software

Title Release date(s) Notes
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MS-DOS 5.0
June 1991

MS-DOS 4.01 remained the latest operating system until this month.

When DOS 5.0 was released, it introduced new features such as a full-screen text editor and support for 3½-inch floppy disks with up to 2.88 MB.

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Windows 3.0 with Multimedia Extensions
October 20, 1991 This version of Windows 3.0 introduced support for CD-ROM drives.

Video Games

Title Console Latest release date Notes
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Donkey Kong Classics
NES October 9, 1988
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Super Mario Bros. 2
NES October 9, 1988
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Super Mario Land
Game Boy August 1, 1989 Still remained the only Super Mario game for this console until late 1992.
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Super Mario Bros. 3
NES February 12, 1990 Most recent Super Mario game to date until August 1991.
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Super Mario Bros. (w/Duck Hunt and World Class Track Meet)
NES December 1990 The original game without World Class Track Meet was also still in print.
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Sonic the Hedgehog
Sega Genesis June 23, 1991 First game with Sonic as a main character.
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Super Mario World
Super NES August 13, 1991 Initially released in Japan on November 21, 1990. One of the first Super NES games ever released. Also, Yoshi's first appearance.
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Sonic the Hedgehog
Sega Master System October 25, 1991
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Sonic the Hedgehog
Sega Game Gear December 1991

Totals

As of December 31, 1991:
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Total movies released on VHS (out of 41 in the list) 10.png
Total Disney animated features released on VHS (out of 30 so far) 17.png
Total television series broadcasted (out of 25 in the list) 11.png
Total completed television series (out of 25 in the list) 4.png
Number of cable networks on U.S. television 46.png
Total video games released (out of 150 in the list) 11.png
Total soundtracks released (out of 100 in the list) 1.png
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