The following media in this list is from 1987
The Aristocats (April 10)
Lady and the Tramp (October 6)
The Bare Necessities (October 6)
20th Century Fox
Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope
Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back
Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi
My Little Pony: The Movie
Distributed by Vestron Video.
Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back (November 22)
Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope (February 14)
The Wizard of Oz (March 6)
Full House (September 22)
My Little Pony 'n Friends
The Kidsongs TV Show (September 19)
The Disney Channel
The Grinch Grinches the Cat in the Hat
Halloween is Grinch Night
A Day at Old MacDonald's Farm
I'd Like to Teach the World to Sing
Cars, Boats, Trains, and Planes
The Wonderful World of Sports
He's Your Dog, Charlie Brown!
A Charlie Brown Christmas
Is This Goodbye, Charlie Brown?
It's an Adventure, Charlie Brown!
You're in Love, Charlie Brown
There's No Time for Love, Charlie Brown
A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving
It's a Mystery, Charlie Brown
My Little Pony
Starting this year, episodes from the My Little Pony TV series were released on VHS by Golden Book Video, after the Children's Video Library went defunct. These video titles include:
- Bright Lights
- Flight to Cloud Castle/Pony Puppy
- Fugitive Flowers/Little Piece of Magic
- The Golden Horseshoes/The Prince and the Ponies
- Mishmash Melee/Baby, It's Cold Outside
- The Quest of the Princess Ponies
- The Revolt of Paradise Estate/Sweet Stuff and the Treasure Hunt
Logos of 1987
Columbia Pictures Television
Michael Jacobs Productions
Connecticut Public Television
National Captioning Institute
RCA-Columbia Pictures Home Video
RCA/Columbia Pictures International Video
Sunbow & Marvel Productions
Together Again Video Productions
Nintendo Entertainment System
Currency of 1987
||As of January 1, 1987, the Series 1985 $1 bills were the most common in circulation.
||As of January 1, 1987, all $2 bills in circulation remained up to Series 1976.
||As of January 1, 1987, the Series 1985 $5 bills were the most common in circulation.
||As of January 1, 1987, the Series 1985 $10 bills were the most common in circulation.
||As of January 1, 1987, the Series 1985 $20 bills were the most common in circulation.
||In 1987, the Series 1985 $50 bills became more common than older notes.
||In 1987, the Series 1985 $100 bills became more common than older notes.