Mill Creek Entertainment

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Mill Creek Entertainment
Mill Creek Entertainment

Type Home video distributor
Status Active
Led by Irwin Jacobs, Robert Zakheim,
Scott Moss
Founder(s) Ian Warfield, Robert Zakheim, Scott Moss
Founded 2002
Minnetonka, Minnesota, United States
Parent company Alliance Entertainment

Mill Creek Entertainment is a home video company that was founded in 2002. It has released numerous tokusatsu productions from studios such as Toho, Kadokawa, and Tsuburaya Productions to DVD and Blu-ray in North America. It currently holds the North American home video distribution rights to the Ultra Series and many of Tsuburaya's other tokusatsu series, and has been gradually releasing them to DVD and Blu-ray starting in 2019.

Selected home video releases



  • The DVD release of Godzilla: The Series had all 40 of its episodes released in chronological order instead of the original TV broadcast order. It also had two episodes that were originally unaired on TV and appear in it here for the first time.
  • Early releases of the DVD set Pop Culture Bento Box accidentally omitted one of its four films (and also one of its two non-Toho films), The Little Prince and the Eight-Headed Dragon.
  • Like Shout! Factory's 2012 DVD release of Ultraseven, Mill Creek Entertainment's 2019 Blu-ray release of the TV series is also missing episode 12, "From Another Planet with Love", which has been under a self-imposed ban by Tsuburaya Productions since 1970. The villainous aliens in this episode, Alien Spell, were labeled as "Hibaku Seijin" ("A-Bomb Survivor Aliens") in some supplementary materials such as books and trading cards, reflecting their origin from a planet that was devastated by nuclear war. They also possessed keloid scars. Survivors of the 1945 atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, known as hibakusha, protested against the characters and the episode, leading to its withdrawal; however, it was dubbed into English by both the University of Hawaii and CINAR.


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