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2005

2005

The following media in this list is from 2005.

MoviesEdit

Walt DisneyEdit

Home Video

UniversalEdit

Home Video

Columbia/TriStarEdit

Home Video

20th Century FoxEdit

Theatrical

Home Video

Warner Bros.Edit

Theatrical

Home Video

Hollywood PicturesEdit

New Line CinemaEdit

Home Video

DreamWorksEdit

Home Video

PC SoftwareEdit

MicrosoftEdit

AppleEdit

The first version to support video playback was iTunes 4.8, released on May 9. Parental controls was added on September 7 with iTunes 5, and starting with iTunes 6, Apple distributed purchasing of video content (music videos, movies and TV shows) via the Music Store.

TelevisionEdit

Broadcast syndicationEdit

FOXEdit

PBS KidsEdit

TBSEdit

ABC FamilyEdit

Disney ChannelEdit

Nickelodeon/Nick at NiteEdit

Cartoon NetworkEdit

Nick GASEdit

HBO/CinemaxEdit

Home videoEdit

Kirby

Dr. Seuss

Video GamesEdit

Mario/Luigi/Wario/WaluigiEdit

SonicEdit

KirbyEdit

OtherEdit

MusicEdit

BooksEdit

Harry PotterEdit

WebsitesEdit

YouTube launched in February this year, with the first video uploaded there on April 23.

Logos of 2005Edit

FilmEdit

TelevisionEdit

Home videoEdit

Video gamingEdit

Currency of 2005Edit

Denomination Notes
1dollar 2006

As of January 1, 2005, exactly 5,939,200,000 out of 8.3 billion $1 bills were Series 2003. Thus, there would be at least anywhere between 2,310,800,000 and 2,410,800,000 Series 2001 $1 bills remaining in circulation, the oldest ones made in November or December 2002 at the latest.

The Series 2003A bills were introduced in May 2005, with over 2,000,000,000 made by November.

2dollar 2004

As of January 1, 2005, approximately 650,000,000 to 750,000,000 $2 bills, up to Series 2003, were in circulation. Because only 275,200,000 of these bills were either Series 1995 or 2003, at least anywhere between 378,000,000 and 478,000,000 of them would have to be Series 1976.

5dollar 2005

As of January 1, 2005, exactly 627,200,000 out of 2 billion $5 bills were Series 2003. Thus, there would be at least anywhere between 1,322,800,000 and 1,422,800,000 Series 2001 or older $5 bills remaining in circulation, the oldest ones made in April or May 2002 at the latest.

10dollar 2003

As of January 1, 2005, exactly 595,200,000 out of 1.5 billion $10 bills were Series 2003. Thus, there would be at least anywhere between 854,800,000 and 954,800,000 Series 2001 or older $10 bills remaining in circulation, the oldest ones made in April 2002 at the latest.

20dollar 2005

As of January 1, 2005, exactly 4,134,400,000 out of 5.4 billion $20 bills were Series 2004. Thus, there would be at least anywhere between 1,215,600,000 and 1,315,600,000 Series 2001 or older $20 bills remaining in circulation, the oldest ones made in November 2002 at the latest.

The Series 2004A bills were introduced in May 2005, with over 1,000,000,000 made by September.

50dollar 2004

As of January 1, 2005, approximately 1.2 billion $50 bills were in circulation. Up to only 352,000,000 of them were Series 2004, giving a maximum total of 588,800,000 when combined together with all the Series 2001 bills. Thus, at least anywhere between 561,200,000 and 661,200,000 remaining $50 bills would have to be Series 1996, the oldest ones made in January or February 1999 at the latest.

100dollar 2006

As of January 1, 2005, exactly 684,800,000 out of 5.2 billion $100 bills were Series 2003, giving a total of 2,348,800,000 bills when added together with all the Series 1999 and 2001 bills. Thus, there would be at least anywhere between 2,801,200,000 and 2,901,200,000 Series 1996 $100 bills remaining in circulation, the oldest ones made in late 1996 or early 1997 at the latest.

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