DiC Entertainment Studio Directory
DiC went international in 1982, taking on thye new name DiC Enterprises and moving it's headquarters to Burbank California. Andy Heyward and Bruno Bianchi joined Jean Chalopin in running this updated company. In 1986, Andy Heyward and other investors bought out the company. To leverage the buy-out, DiC sold the foreign rights to their extensive library to Saban Productions. When Saban later sold the rights to of these shows to ex-DiC founder Jean Chalopin, DIC and Saban found themselves embroiled in a nasty five years of intense legal battles.
By 1993, DiC had become DiC Animation City and teamed with Capital Cities/ABC to form a joint venture called DiC Entertainment LP. By 1995, DiC was fully absorbs and became a subsidiary of The Walt Disney Company. In 2000, Andy Heyward and Bain Capital bought back DiC Entertainment from Disney. In July 2008, Cookie Jar Entertainment acquired DiC Entertainment.
Throughout it's tumultuous career, DiC Entertainment proved to be nothing if not prolific. As you view this episode guide for the various DiC Entertainment TV shows, you will see the wide range of children's animation they have produced.
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