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1994

1994

The following media in this list is from 1994.


Movies

Walt Disney

Theatrical

Home Video

Sing-Along Songs

Columbia/TriStar

Home Video

20th Century Fox

Home Video

Warner Bros.

Home Video

MGM

Home Video

New Line Cinema

Theatrical

As of December 31, 1994:
Total movies released in theaters 14
Total movies released on VHS 11

PC Software

Microsoft

While newer versions of AOL were being released this year, a new internet browser called Netscape Navigator came out on December 15.

Television

NBC

CBS

ABC

PBS

Broadcast syndication

HBO/Cinemax

Showtime/The Movie Channel

The Disney Channel

TNT

The Family Channel

This cartoon comprises of episodes from Super Mario Bros. Super Show and Super Mario World.

Nickelodeon

USA Network

Home video

Peanuts

All Peanuts videos were released by Paramount Home Video on September 28. Dr. Seuss

These videos now contained sing-along lyrics, and were released by both Fox Video and CBS Video. Kidsongs

Barney & Friends

Thomas & Friends

These episodes came from Seasons 1, 2 and 3.

Shining Time Station

Sonic the Hedgehog

Video Games

Mario/Wario

Donkey Kong

Sonic

Kirby

Music

Soundtracks

Storytellers

These audio recordings were originally released in cassette format. The Storyette version came with a 24-page Read-Along book with the same story, while the full Storyteller version came as part of a Play-Along deluxe pop-up playset.

In 2001, a new Audio CD version of the Storyette was released. It was re-released again in 2011.

A Digital MP3 version of the Storyette was released via the Apple Music Store in the mid-2000s, followed by the full Storyteller in 2007 or early 2008.

Books

Logos of 1994

Film

Television

Broadcast networks:

Cable networks:

Television companies:

Home video

Video gaming

Currency of 1994

Denomination Amount in circulation (as of Jan. 1) Amount printed new Amount destroyed Notes
$1-A (1994) ≈5,700,000,000 ≈4,190,000,000
(2,500,000,000 as Series 1993)
≈3,800,000,000
  • A majority of all $1 bills remained Series 1988A. Some printed at the Western Currency Facility in 1993 also covered the district of Atlanta.
  • The Series 1993 bills began production in April 1994.
$2-B (1976) ≈500,000,000 0 0
  • All were still Series 1976 or older.
$5-B (1995) ≈1,400,000,000 1,107,200,000
(102,400,000 as Series 1993)
≈1,000,000,000
  • A majority of all $5 bills remained Series 1988A.
  • The Series 1993 bills began production in November 1994. They added the "microscopic printing" security feature around Lincoln's portrait.
$10-F (1995) ≈1,300,000,000 1,036,800,000
(347,500,000 as Series 1993)
≈950,000,000
  • Up to 1 billion and 248 million, or 96% of all $10 bills, were Series 1990, leaving all the rest as up to Series 1988A (especially those from Philadelphia). They were last printed in October 1993.
  • The Series 1993 bills began production in October 1994.
$20-D (1995) ≈3,700,000,000 2,355,200,000
(1,235,200,000 as Series 1993)
≈2,050,000,000
  • Up to 3 billion and 238.4 million, or 87.5% of all $20 bills, were Series 1990, leaving all the rest as up to Series 1988A.
  • The Series 1993 bills began production in July 1994.
$50-G (1996) ≈800,000,000 192,000,000 ≈100,000,000
  • Up to 787.2 million of all $50 bills were Series 1990. They were last printed in September 1993.
  • The Series 1993 bills began production in May 1994.
$100-B (1995) ≈2,000,000,000 611,200,000
(176,000,000 as Series 1993)
≈300,000,000
  • Up to 1 billion and 244.8 million, or 62% of all $100 bills, were Series 1990.
  • All 608 million Series 1988 $100 bills made up 30.5% of all $100 bills.
  • About 150 million $100 bills (the last 7.5%) were up to Series 1985.
  • The Series 1993 bills began production in October 1994.
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