Streamline Pictures

Streamline Pictures was an American media company that was best known for its distribution of English dubbed Japanese animation.

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Jerry Beck - Biography - Streamline Pictures
... In 1989, Beck partnered with producer Carl Macek to form Streamline Pictures ... Streamline was the first company devoted to importing Japanese animation and distributing anime to North American theatres, television and home video ... Among Streamline's many titles were Akira, Fist of the North Star, Vampire Hunter D, Nadia The Secret of Blue Water, Wicked City, Robotech, and Robot Carnival ...
Carl Macek - Career - Later Career
... Macek went on to co-found (with Jerry Beck) Streamline Pictures in 1988 ... Streamline Pictures was one of the first American companies to successfully deal in the regular production of imported Japanese animation ... Among the titles released by Streamline are Lensman, Robot Carnival, Doomed Megalopolis, Twilight of the Cockroaches, Crying Freeman, Wicked City, and the original English dub ...
Streamline Pictures - List of Titles Released
... Neighbor Totoro Troma Films Walt Disney Company 1988 Akira Orion Pictures Geneon Entertainment Bandai Entertainment Funimation Entertainment 1989 Laputa Castle in the Sky Walt Disney ... Orion Pictures out of print 1994 Lupin III Tales of the Wolf Orion Pictures Geneon Entertainment Funimation Entertainment 1995 Babel II Orion Pictures Media Blasters 1995 Barefoot Gen Orion Pictures Geneon ...
Studiopolis - Filmography - Anime
3x3 Eyes (Streamline Pictures) 8 Man After (Streamline Pictures) Afro Samurai (FUNimation Entertainment) Babel II OVA (Streamline Pictures) Barefoot Gen (Streamline Pictures) Bio Hunter (Urban Vision ... Streamline Pictures) Lensman (Streamline Pictures) Magical Girl Pretty Sammy (Pioneer/Geneon) Marmalade Boy (Tokyopop) Marvel Anime (Sony Pictures Home Entertainment) Mega ...

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