Background: Golden Books Family Entertainment was established by children's book publisher Golden Books as it's home video unit. Its earliest releases in the 1985-1986 timeframe were probably the most well-remembered, featuring adaptions of popular Golden Books using illustrations shot out of the books with very limited animation effects added. They also released many other children's entertainment videos, often under the "GoldenVision" and "Golden Step Ahead" names. In 1997, the newly formed Golden Books Family Entertainment acquired the family programming from Broadway Video and began releasing videos through Sony Wonder. On August 16, 2001, the assets of Golden Books were sold to Classic Media, L.L.C. (since acquired by Entertainment Rights plc, now Boomerang Media, L.L.C.) and Random House (which now continues Golden Books as a standalone imprint) in a

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