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Page creatorThe King of the Monsters (talk | contribs)
Date of page creation23:14, 22 March 2017
Latest editorAstounding Beyond Belief (talk | contribs)
Date of latest edit11:45, 9 October 2023
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Rankin/Bass Animated Entertainment was an American production company, primarily known for its holiday specials which typically made use of stop-motion animation. The studio was founded by Arthur Rankin, Jr. and Jules Bass as Videocraft International, Ltd. in 1960. The studio was renamed Rankin/Bass Productions in 1968, a name under which it produced and distributed numerous animated and live action productions, often collaborating with Japanese animation and film studios such as Toei, Toho, and Tsuburaya Productions. The company shut down production in 1987, and officially dissolved in 2001. Rankin/Bass' pre-1974 library is currently owned by Universal Pictures (after its 2016 acquisition of DreamWorks Animation and the Classic Media catalog), while its post-1974 library is owned by Warner Bros.
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