The following media in this list is from 1984
20th Century Fox
Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope
Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back (November 13)
Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope (February 26)
The Wizard of Oz (March 30)
Plus, some Peanuts specials:
- Is This Goodbye, Charlie Brown? (January 13 and February 13)
- It's Flashbeagle, Charlie Brown (April 16 and June 3)
- What Have We Learned, Charlie Brown? (May 26)
- It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown (October 26)
- A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving (November 20)
- A Charlie Brown Christmas (December 5)
Wheel of Fortune's second season premiered on the same date as the first season of Jeopardy!.
Four Dr. Seuss films:
You're the Greatest, Charlie Brown/Life is a Circus, Charlie Brown
It's Magic, Charlie Brown/Charlie Brown's All-Stars
Four Peanuts specials were released on VHS under the brand name "Snoopy's Home Video Library" this year:
Donkey Kong Jr. (Japan only)
Donkey Kong 3 (Japan only)
Donkey Kong 3 was released on July 4 for the Nintendo Family Computer.
Logos of 1984
Touchstone Films (March 9)
Touchstone Films (September 28)
TriStar Pictures (April 6)
Walt Disney Pictures Television Distribution
Columbia Pictures Television
National Captioning Institute
Walt Disney Home Video (international)
RCA-Columbia Pictures Home Video
RCA/Columbia Pictures International Video
Sunbow & Marvel Productions
Currency of 1984
||The Series 1981A $1 bills were released in April 1984, but until much later that year, there were more Series 1981 bills than 1981As in circulation.
||As of January 1, 1984, all $2 bills in circulation remained up to Series 1976.
||Until May 1984, every $5 bill in circulation remained a Series 1981, as the Series 1981A bills were just released by that time.
||Until May 1984, every $10 bill in circulation remained a Series 1981, as the Series 1981A bills were just released by that time.
||Until June 1984, every $20 bill in circulation remained a Series 1981 or older, as the Series 1981A bills were just released by that time.
The Series 1981 $50 bills became very common in 1984. By November, Series 1981A bills also began circulation.
The Series 1981 $100 bills became very common in 1984. By November, Series 1981A bills also began circulation.