Remember some of these label names that used to adorn video boxes in the 1970s and '80s? Magnetic Video Corporation Allied Artists Video Corporation (Bankrupt in September 1979. Bought up by 'Lorimar', I believe). NILES Videocassette, Inc. Fotomat Drive-Thru Movies (the 'Mat!) VTN (Video Tape Network) All-Star Video MEDA/MEDIA Home Entertainment Time-Life Video (The really old 'Time-Life Video' releases were issued in thick, brown plastic cases; I have a couple of these and wish I had more. "Halloween" was released by Time-Life Video in one of these brown cases, but I don't have it. So was "Meatballs". I haven't got that one, either. → The two I do have are made-for-television movies: The War Between the Tates (1977-Tvm) and Breaking Up (1978-Tvm)). 'MCA Videocassette, Inc.' became 'MCA Home Video' which became 'MCA/Universal Home Video' which became 'Universal Home Video'. Whew! 20th Century Fox Video in 1982 became 'CBS/Fox Video' in 1983 which later morphed in to 'FOX Video'. Playhouse Video (a division of 'CBS/Fox Video'). The majority of these releases had Orange boxes. KEY Video (a division of 'CBS/Fox Video'). These boxes had a large 'KEY' on the them so you couldn't miss them sitting on a video store shelf! VCI Entertainment United Home Video Paramount Home Video (inc. 'Paramount/Gateway Video'). MGM/CBS MGM/UA Columbia Pictures Home Entertainment Warner Communications, Inc. soon became 'Warner Home Video'. VIDCREST New World Video U.S.A. Home Video Monterey Home Video Continental Home Video Paragon Video Productions (I think every Paragon tape that featured a 'Preview' contained the preview for the shot-on-videotape movie "Boardinghouse". Not surprisingly it's a truly awful film unworthy of your time). Wizard Video PRISM Entertainment Monarch Home Video (I'm still looking for "Love and the Midnight Auto Supply" on this label. Tough sledding!). UNICORN Video, Inc. SUPER Video [existed from 1984-86]. Catalina Home Video [existed from 1983/84. They intended to release at least 19 titles but only issued 11 before going under. Pity! I like this label). Trolley Car (early label from circa 1980/81). Electric Video, Inc. Imperial Video Corp. Best Film & Video (BFV) MOGUL Communications, Inc. All-American Video (a division of MOGUL) Embassy Home Entertainment CHARTER Home Entertainment (offshoot of 'Embassy'). Wood Knapp Video Kartes Video Communications, Inc. (KVC) VCL Communications, Inc. Vestron Video Lightning Video (a subsidiary of Vestron). Karl-Lorimar Home Video (The 'Karl' was the late 'Stuart Karl', who died in August 1991 at age 38 from melanoma). This company released some successful Jane Fonda Workout videos in the '80s, btw, and also one of my favorite TVMs: Where Have All the People Gone? (1974-Tvm). The 1986 movie "Maximum Overdrive" first materialized on video on 'Karl-Lorimar'). Thriller Video (with the smiling skull wearing the top hat!) Fusion Home Video (small label. SPEEDTRAP (1977) was released on Fusion). New Star Video VISTA Entertainment SONY Video Virgin Vision RKO Home Video Republic Pictures Home Video Video Treasures* Anchor Bay* (I can't remember if this label started in 1989 as 'Video Treasures' or not?) VIDMARK Entertainment (In the late 1990s I believe the name was changed to 'Trimark'). GoodTimes Video Program Hunters, Inc. Trend Video VCR Video Masterpiece Cinema (looks to have a been a 'Public Domain' label). Golden Video Classics (another '80s 'PD' label). VCX [Adult] / VCII [VCX's 'mainstream' label]. AVC [Adult Video Corporation]. GUMS (1976), the outrageous "Jaws" parody, was released on AVC. Quality X [Adult] Astronics/Tele-Cine, Inc. Select-A-Tape Essex Canadian labels ASTRAL VIDEO CIC Video Pan-Canadian Premiere Entertainment, Inc. Vogue Video National Film Board of Canada Interglobal MCA/Cineplex Odeon CVT (Cinema Video Theatre) All replies welcome -- even if you think I'm nuts for remembering all of these video labels that started long ago. I'm sure I've missed some old-time labels, but I did my best to recall as many as I could.