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This is a list of programs from DIC Entertainment.

Animated series

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  • Action Man (1995-1996) (not to be confused with the series produced by Mainframe Entertainment produced by YTV and Saban Entertainment) [1]
  • Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog (1993) (co-production with Sega of America and Bohbot Productions) [2]
  • Captain N & The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3 (1990-1991) (co-production with Nintendo of America) [1]
  • The Adventures of Teddy Ruxpin (1987-1988) (co production with Alchemyll and Atkinson Film-Arts)
  • ALF: The Animated Series (1988-1989) (co production with Alien Productions and Saban Entertainment) [2]
  • ALF Tales (1988-1990) (co production with Alien Productions and Saban Entertainment)
  • Alienators: Evolution Continues (2001-2002) (co-produced by Sony Pictures Television and DreamWorks Television) [1]
  • Archibald le Magi-chien (1980; does not own rights)
  • Archie's Weird Mysteries (1999-2000) [1]
  • Beany and Cecil (1988)
  • Beverly Hills Teens (1987) [3]
  • Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventures (second season; first season produced by Hanna-Barbera; co production with Orion Pictures) (1992)
  • Bump in the Night (TV series) (1994-1996, Acquired from ABC Entertainment; produced by Danger Productions and Greengrass Productions) [3]
  • C.O.P.S. (1988-1989) (co production with Claster Television) [1]
  • Camp Candy (1989-1990) (co production with Saban Entertainment)
  • Captain Planet and the Planeteers (1990-1993) (later episodes were produced by Hanna-Barbera; co production with TBS and Turner Entertainment) [2]
  • Captain Zed and the Zee Zone (1991) (co production with Collingwood O'Hare and Scottish Television, distributed by HiT Entertainment)
  • The Care Bears (1985) (co-production with American Greetings and Nelvana; later episodes were exclusively produced by Nelvana with American Greetings) [1]
  • Care Bears: Adventures in Care-a-Lot (2007-2008) (co production with American Greetings and SD Entertainment)
  • The Chipmunks (1989-1991) (previous episodes were produced by Ruby-Spears; some episodes were produced by Murakami-Wolf-Swenson; co production with Bagdasarian Productions) [2]
  • Dennis the Menace (1986-1989) [2] (co production with The Program Exchange and General Mills); Atkinson Film-Arts co-produced Season 2)
  • DinoSquad (2007-2008) [3]
  • Dinosaucers (1987-1988) (co production with Coca-Cola Telecommunications)
  • Extreme Dinosaurs (1997-1999) (co production with Bohbot Kids Network)
  • Gadget Boy & Heather (1995-1996) (co-production with France Animation and M6) [3]
  • Gadget Boy's Adventures in History (1997) (co-production with France Animation and M6) [3]
  • Gadget and the Gadgetinis (2001-2002) (co-produced with SIP Animation and Saban Entertainment)
  • The Get Along Gang (1984) (Pilot episode was produced by Nelvana; co-production with American Greetings) [1]
  • G.I. Joe (1989-1992) (previous episodes were produced by Sunbow and Marvel; co production with Claster Television) [2]
  • Hammerman (1991-1992)
  • Heathcliff and The Catillac Cats (1984-1987) (co production with LBS Communications) [1]
  • Horseland (2006-2008) [3]
  • Hulk Hogan's Rock 'n' Wrestling (1985-1986) (co-production with World Wrestling Federation) [1]
  • Hurricanes (1993-1997) (co production with Scottish Television and Siriol Productions, distributed by Bohbot Productions) [3]
  • Inspector Gadget (1983-1986) (co production with Nelvana and LBS Communications) [3]
  • The Incredible Dennis the Menace (1993)
  • Inspector Gadget's Field Trip (1996-1998) [1]
  • Jayce and the Wheeled Warriors (1985) (co-produced by SFM Entertainment) [1]
  • The Karate Kid (produced in association with Sony Pictures Television) (1989-1990)
  • Kidd Video (1984-1985) (co production with Saban Entertainment)
  • Kideo TV (1984)
  • Kissyfur (1986) (co-produced by NBC Productions)
  • Knights of the Zodiac (2003-2005) (co-produced with Toei Animation and ADV Films) [1]
  • Lady Lovely Locks (1987) (co-production with American Greetings) [1]
  • The Legend Of Sarmoti: Siegfried & Roy (1996) [1]
  • The Legend of Zelda (as part of the The Super Mario Bros. Super Show!) (1989-1990) (co production with Nintendo of America and Viacom) [2]
  • Liberty's Kids (2002) [3]
  • Little Clowns of Happytown (1986)(acquired from ABC Entertainment in 2000, co-production with Marvel Productions) [1]
  • The Littles (1983-1986) (co production with ABC) [3]
  • M.A.S.K. (1985-1986) (co production LBS Communications) [1]
  • Madeline (co-produced with Cinar) (1993-1994) [2]
    • The New Adventures of Madeline (1995-2001) [2]
  • Mary-Kate and Ashley in Action! (2001) (produced by Dualstar Animation) [1]
  • Maxie's World (1987) (co-production with Claster Television) [1]
  • Mummies Alive! (1997) (produced by Scottish Television) [3]
  • The Mysterious Cities of Gold (1982) (co production with M.K. and Studio Pierrot)
  • The New Archies (1987-1988) (co-production with Archie Comics) [1]
  • New Kids on the Block (1990-91)
  • Pocket Dragon Adventures (1998) (co production with Bohbot Kids Network)
  • Pole Position (1984-1985) [1]
  • Popples (1986-1988) (co production with American Greetings) [1]
  • Power Team (as part of Video Power) (produced by Acclaim Entertainment and Saban Entertainment)
  • ProStars (1991-1992) [3]
  • Rainbow Brite (1985-1986) (co production with Hallmark Cards) [1]
  • The Real Ghostbusters (1986-1991) (Produced in association with Sony Pictures Television)
  • Ring Raiders (1989) (co production with Those Characters from Cleveland)
  • Sabrina: The Animated Series (1999-2000) (co-production with Savage Studios Ltd., Hartbreak Films and Archie Comics) [2]
  • Sabrina's Secret Life (2003-2004) (co-produced by Les Studios Tex and Archie Comics) [1]
  • Sailor Moon (first 82 episodes; later episodes were dubbed by Cloverway) (1995-1998) [2]
  • Sherlock Holmes in the 22nd Century (1999-2001) (co production with Scottish Television) [1]
  • Sonic Underground (1999-2004) (co production with Sega of America, Les Studios Tex, TF1 and Bohbot Kids Network) [3]
  • Speed Racer X (2002)
  • Starcom: The U.S. Space Force (1987-1988) [1]
  • Stargate Infinity (2002-2003) (co production with MGM Television) [1]
  • Strawberry Shortcake (2003-2008) (co production with American Greetings) [3]
  • Street Sharks (1994-1995) (distributed by Bohbot Productions) [1]
  • Stunt Dawgs (1992-1993) (co production with Rainforest Entertainment and Franklin Waterman Productions)
  • Super Dave: Daredevil for Hire (1992) [3]
  • Super Duper Sumos (2002-2003) (co-produced by Les Studios Tex) [3]
  • The Super Mario Bros. Super Show (1989-1990) (co production with Nintendo of America and Viacom) [2]
  • Captain N & Super Mario World (1991-1992) (co production with Nintendo of America) [1]
  • Sushi Pack (2007-2009) (co production with American Greetings) [1]
  • Swamp Thing (1991) [1]
  • Sylvanian Families (1987-1988) [1]
  • Trollz (2005) [3]
  • Ultraforce (1995)
  • Ulysses 31 (1981) (co production with Tokyo Movie Shinsha) [1]
  • The Wacky World of Tex Avery (1997) (produced by Les Studios Tex, Telecima and M6) [3]
  • What-a-Mess (1995-1996) [3]
  • Where on Earth Is Carmen Sandiego? (1994-1995) (distributed by The Program Exchange) [2]
  • Where's Waldo? (1991-1992) (distributed by HIT Entertainment) [2]
  • Wild West C.O.W. -Boys of Moo Mesa: Season 1, Volume 2 (1992-1993) (Acquired from ABC Entertainment, produced by Greengrass Productions, King World, Gunther-Wahl Productions (Season 1), Ruby-Spears Productions (Season 2), and ABC Entertainment (Season 3))
  • Wish Kid (1991-1992) (co production with Macaulay Culkin Productions) [1]
  • The Wizard of Oz (1990) (co production with Turner Entertainment)
  • Wolf Rock TV (1984) [1]

Specials

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  • The Adventures of Ronald McDonald: McTreasure Island (1989) (co production with McDonald's Corporation, Hi-Tops Video and Christopher Brough Productions)
  • Barbie and the Rockers: Out of this World (1987) (co production with Saban Entertainment and Mattel)
  • Battletoads (1992) [1]
  • Defenders of Dynatron City (1992) [1]
  • A Hollywood Hounds Christmas (1994)
  • Inspector Gadget Saves Christmas (1992) (co-production with LBS Communications)
  • Jingle Bell Rock (1995)
  • Legend of the Hawaiian Slammers (1991) [1]
  • Madeline (co-production with Cinar and France Animation) (1989)
    • Madeline's Christmas (1990)
    • Madeline's Rescue (1990)
    • Madeline and the Bad Hat (1991)
    • Madeline and the Gypsies (1991)
    • Madeline in London (1991)
  • Meet Julie (60 minutes) (1987) [3]
  • Poochie (1984)
  • Sonic Christmas Blast (1996) (co-production with Sega of America)
  • 'Twas the Night Before Bumpy (1996) (co production with Danger Productions, Greengrass Productions and Buena Vista Television)

Live-action series

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  • Cake (2006) (produced in association with Brookwell McNamara Entertainment) [3]
  • Dance Revolution (2006-2007) (produced in association with Brookwell McNamara Entertainment)
  • Hey Vern, It's Ernest! (1988-89) (co-produced by Emshell Producers Group, Inc.) [3]
  • The Hitchhiker (1987) (1987 only, co-produced by Markowitz/Chester Publishing)
  • Hypernauts (1996) (co-produced by SFM Entertainment)
  • I'm Telling! (1987-88) (co production with Saban Entertainment)
  • Pepe Plata (Spanish language production) (1990) [3]
  • Photon (1984) (co-produced by SFM Entertainment) [1]
  • Superhuman Samurai Syber-Squad (1994-95) (co-produced by Tsuburaya, Ultracom and All-American Television) [3]
  • Tattooed Teenage Alien Fighters from Beverly Hills (1994-1995) (co production with USA Network) [3]
  • Video Power (1990-1992) (produced by Acclaim Entertainment and Saban Entertainment)
  • Zak Tales (1990-1991) (co production with Sesame Workshop, originally The Children's Television Workshop) [1]
  • Zoobilee Zoo (1986) (co production with Hallmark Cards, BRB Productions and SFM Entertainment)

Films

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  • Here Come the Littles (1985) (co production with ABC [1]
  • Rainbow Brite and the Star Stealer (1985) (co-production with Warner Bros. Pictures)
  • Heathcliff: The MovieKingdom Chums: Little David's Adventure (1986) (co production with Diana Kerew Productions)]] (1986) (co production with LBS Communications)
  • Liberty and the Littles (1986) (co production with ABC; later aired as multi-part TV episode)
  • Madeline: Lost in Paris (1999) (co production with Walt Disney Pictures)
  • M.A.S.K.: The Movie (1988) (co production with LBS Communications, UK video only)
  • M.A.S.K.: The Movie II (1990) (co production with LBS Communications, UK video only)
  • The Secret Garden (Acquired from ABC Entertainment; produced by Mike Young Productions, Greengrass Productions, and ABC Entertainment)
  • Sunday Movie Toons series (2002-2003)
  • Sabrina: Friends Forever (based on the Sabrina: The Animated Series)
  • Inspector Gadget's Last Case
  • Time Kid (based on The Time Machine by H. G. Wells)
  • Dennis the Menace: Cruise Control (based on the series characters Dennis The Menace)
  • The Archies in: Jugman (based on the Archie's Weird Mysteries)
  • Dinosaur Island (based on The Lost World by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle)
  • My Fair Madeline
  • Groove Squad
  • Treasure Island
  • Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol
  • Globehunters: An Around the World in 80 Days Adventure
  • The Amazing Zorro
  • 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea
  • Strawberry Shortcake: The Sweet Dreams Movie (co-produced by American Greetings)[2]

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