The following events occurred in 1995.
Series 1988A $1
About 59% as of January 1, 1995; less than 2% as of December 31, 1995
Series 1993 $1
About 41% as of January 1, 1995; about 58% as of December 31, 1995
All $1 bills printed from August through December 1994 remained in circulation all year.
Series 1995 $1
|About 40% as of December 31, 1995
|All were up to Series 1976.
Series 1988A $5
About 93% as of January 1, 1995; about 22% as of December 31, 1995
All $5 bills printed from August through October 1994 remained in circulation all year.
Series 1993 $5
About 7% as of January 1, 1995; about 47% as of December 31, 1995
No $5 bills of this series were destroyed this year.
Series 1995 $5
|About 31% as of December 31, 1995
Series 1990 $10
About 76% as of January 1, 1995; about 36% as of December 31, 1995
All $10 bills printed from April (March for New York) through November 1994 remained in circulation all year.
Series 1993 $10
About 24% as of January 1, 1995; about 53% as of December 31, 1995
Series 1995 $10
About 11% as of December 31, 1995
All were printed at the Western Currency Facility at Fort Worth, Texas.
Series 1990 $20
About 69% as of January 1, 1995; about 17% as of December 31, 1995
All $20 bills printed from March (San Francisco) or April (Boston) through July 1994 remained in circulation all year.
Series 1993 $20
|About 31% as of January 1, 1995; about 77% as of December 31, 1995
Series 1995 $20
About 6% as of December 31, 1995
All were printed at the Western Currency Facility at Fort Worth, Texas.
Series 1990 $50
About 81% as of January 1, 1995; about 62% as of December 31, 1995
All $50 bills printed from April 1992 through December 1994 remained in circulation all year.
Series 1993 $50
|About 19% as of January 1, 1995; about 38% as of December 31, 1995
Series 1988 $100
About 18% as of January 1, 1995; less than 1% as of late 1995
Series 1990 $100
About 74% as of January 1, 1995; about 70% as of December 31, 1995
Again, no $100 bills of this series were destroyed this year.
Series 1993 $100
|About 8% as of January 1, 1995; about 30% as of December 31, 1995
|Box office totals
||Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope
||The Lion King (as of January 2)
||Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi
||Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back
||Home Alone 2: Lost in New York
||My Little Pony: The Movie (1986)
|Non-Disney movies on VHS
The Wizard of Oz
The Empire Strikes Back
Return of the Jedi
My Little Pony: The Movie
Home Alone 2: Lost in New York
|Disney movies on VHS
The Sword in the Stone
Bedknobs and Broomsticks
Alice in Wonderland
The Three Caballeros
So Dear to My Heart
Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey
The Fox and the Hound
The Return of Jafar
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
|Disney's Sing-Along Songs
You Can Fly
The Bare Necessities
Under the Sea
Be Our Guest
Friend Like Me
The Twelve Days of Christmas
Very Merry Christmas Songs
Circle of Life
Campout at Walt Disney World
Let's Go to the Circus!
Home Alone continued airing annually on NBC. Its sequel, Home Alone 2: Lost in New York, remained on HBO and Cinemax.
Hook continued airing annually on ABC.
Currently airing on syndication:
Last aired on ABC this year:
Currently airing on PBS:
Currently airing on The Disney Channel:
Currently airing on Nickelodeon:
Currently airing on the USA Network:
Mario All Stars comprised of episodes from Super Mario Bros. Super Show and Super Mario World.
Dr. Seuss videos currently on sale:
Kidsongs videos currently on sale:
Barney & Friends videos currently on sale:
Thomas & Friends videos currently on sale:
All episodes from these videos came from Seasons 1, 2 and 3.
Sonic the Hedgehog videos currently on sale:
Peanuts videos currently on sale:
The NES was discontinued, while all other consoles remained for 1995.
Mario (and Wario) video games currently on sale:
Donkey Kong video games currently on sale:
Sonic the Hedgehog video games currently on sale:
Kirby video games currently on sale:
Albums currently on sale:
What's new for 1995
As 20th Television transitioned to a broadcast syndicator, 20th Century Fox Television now distributes mainstream Fox programming.
Hour-length specials for Shining Time Station premiered on PBS.
As of this year, Paramount Pictures is now a Viacom company.
Also, two new terrestrial networks launched on television: the WB Network and UPN.
Two new Peanuts videos hit stores.
The Mask was released on VHS from New Line Home Video.
A new Disney Videos logo debuted on international VHS releases of Disney movies.
Kirby's Dream Course marked Kirby's first appearance on the Super NES.
Barney's Families are Special, the last Season 2 video, was released this month.
The first Season 4 video of Thomas & Friends was Rusty to the Rescue.
At that same time, Video Treasures now owned the rights to Thomas & Friends videos.
Another season of Barney & Friends premiered on PBS with 15 episodes. The last five aired in October.
The Lion King was released on home video for the first time on March 3.
The first volume of Classic Disney: 60 Years of Musical Magic was released on audio CD and cassette, containing 25 songs from random Disney movies.
A special Barney video called "Barney: Safety" was released this month.
Kirby's Avalanche was only released in North America and Europe.
Kirby's Dream Land 2 was the first Kirby game to support the Super Game Boy.
The Sega Saturn became the first 32-bit console in the video game industry.
Two new Kidsongs videos: Let's Put on a Show! and Baby Animal Songs
Pocahontas, Disney's 33rd animated feature, was released in theaters on June 23. A soundtrack album was released alongside it.
Mickey's Fun Songs: Beach Party at Walt Disney World
Disney's Sing-Along Songs: Colors of the Wind
The first episode of Barney & Friends' third season to get a VHS release was On the Move, titled as Making New Friends.
Thomas and the Special Letter was the next Season 4 video following Rusty to the Rescue.
Windows 95 completely replaced MS-DOS when it was released on August 24.
Alongside it was the very first version of Internet Explorer, which was replaced by IE 2.0 three months later.
The Star Wars trilogy was re-released on VHS with THX-certified video and audio.
Fox Video was renamed to 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment.
Full House last aired on ABC this month, before it was now only seen on off-network syndication.
A Goofy Movie was released on home video.
As this happened, Walt Disney Home Video's gold logo began in use on feature-length animated films, in compliance to the use of the Disney Videos logo in countries outside of North America.
Another three Peanuts videos were released.
The next seasons of these game shows premiered this month.
The last season of Legends of the Hidden Temple premiered on Nickelodeon. It had 40 more episodes, for a final total of 120.
Another volume of Classic Disney: 60 Years of Musical Magic was released in stores, containing 25 more songs.
A special edition soundtrack album of The Wizard of Oz was released this month.
Two new Kidsongs soundtrack albums: A Day at Old MacDonald's Farm and Cars, Boats, Trains and Planes
The last video with the old Barney Home Video logo was Riding in Barney's Car.
Another season of The Kidsongs Television Show premiered on PBS. It also contains songs from videos featuring the Biggles.
Buena Vista Television's logo was updated.
Cinderella became the next Masterpiece Collection title from Walt Disney Home Video.
Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island was released as more of a Yoshi game rather than a Mario game.
A new season of All That premiered on Nickelodeon with new sketches. It also featured a new Nickelodeon logo.
Halloween is Grinch Night premiered on TNT, joining the other two Dr. Seuss specials.
Barney Songs was released on video, containing songs exclusively from Season 3.
Sonic Drift 2 was the first racing game in the Sonic the Hedgehog franchise.
Toy Story made history as Pixar's first CGI-animated feature-length film when it hit theaters on November 22. There was also a soundtrack album for the film.
These logos were seen on all Pixar films since then.
A sequel to the first Donkey Kong Country, Diddy's Kong Quest, introduced Dixie Kong.
|As of December 31, 1995:
|Total movies released in theaters (out of 100)
|Total movies released on VHS (out of 38)
|Total Disney animated features released on VHS (out of 33)