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2009

2009

The following media in this list is from 2009.

MoviesEdit

Walt DisneyEdit

Theatrical

Both Toy Story and Toy Story 2 were re-released for the first time in 3D in October.

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

OtherEdit

Home Video

PC SoftwareEdit

AppleEdit

Movies in 720p high definition were now available for rent as of this year. Full support for Windows 7 was added on October 29.

Alongside the new iPhone 3GS, iOS 3 was released on June 17. iTunes 9 was included on iOS starting with version 3.1.

GoogleEdit

As of 2009, full screen mode was supported for Chrome.

MicrosoftEdit

TelevisionEdit

As of June 12, all original analog television channels nationwide (that includes NBC, CBS, ABC, PBS and every other commercial and public television network out there) are no longer available due to the transition to digital television.

Broadcast syndicationEdit

CW NetworkEdit

This was Kirby: Right Back at Ya!'s last year on television in the United States. Set to spiritually replace this show was My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, starting next year.

PBS KidsEdit

Cartoon NetworkEdit

ABC FamilyEdit

The N/TeenNickEdit

SproutEdit

Home videoEdit

The last G3 direct-to-video film of the My Little Pony franchise, Twinkle Wish Adventure, was released on DVD on October 13. It features characters set to later appear in the G4 TV series.

Video GamesEdit

KirbyEdit

Mario/YoshiEdit

SonicEdit

MusicEdit

BooksEdit

Harry PotterEdit

Diary of a Wimpy KidEdit

WebsitesEdit

Kirby's official fansite, titled Kirby's Rainbow Resort, changed its address to www.kirbysrainbowresort.net.

Logos of 2009Edit

Currency of 2009Edit

Denomination Notes
1dollar 2008

As of January 1, 2009, exactly 6,380,800,000 out of 9.5 billion $1 bills were Series 2006. Thus, there would be at least anywhere between 3,069,200,000 and 3,169,200,000 Series 2003A $1 bills remaining in circulation, the oldest ones made in June 2006 at the latest.

2dollar 2006

As of January 1, 2009, approximately 750,000,000 to 850,000,000 $2 bills, up to Series 2003A, were in circulation. Because not all Series 2003A bills were released to circulation yet, at least anywhere between 378,000,000 and 478,000,000 of them would have to be Series 1976.

5dollar 2008

As of March 1, 2009, exactly 1,388,800,000 out of 2.2 billion $5 bills were Series 2006 and in their new design. Thus, there would be at least anywhere between 351,600,000 and 451,600,000 Series 2003A $5 bills remaining in circulation, the oldest ones made in February 2007 at the latest.

10dollar 2008

As of January 1, 2009, exactly 1,382,400,000 out of 1.6 billion $10 bills were Series 2006. Thus, there would be at least anywhere between 167,600,000 and 267,600,000 Series 2004A $10 bills remaining in circulation, the oldest ones made in June or July 2006 at the latest.

20dollar 2007

As of January 1, 2009, exactly 2,630,400,000 Series 2006 $20 bills were made, giving a total of 4,768,000,000 bills when added together with the Series 2004A bills, out of 6.3 billion. Thus, there would be at least anywhere between 1,482,000,000 and 1,582,000,000 Series 2004 $20 bills remaining in circulation, the oldest ones made in November 2004 at the latest.

50dollar 2009

As of January 1, 2009, up to 1,222,400,000 $50 bills out of approximately 1.3 billion in circulation were Series 2001 or newer. Thus, at least anywhere between 27,600,000 and 127,600,000 would have to be Series 1996. However, seeing as though they may have been released to circulation sometime in 2002, the lifespan of a $50 bill back then was still about 6 years.

100dollar 2010

As of January 1, 2009, exactly 1,827,200,000 out of 6.3 billion $100 bills were Series 2006, giving a total of 6,044,800,000 bills when added together with all bills from Series 1999 to 2003A. Thus, there would be at least anywhere between 205,200,000 and 305,200,000 Series 1996 $100 bills remaining in circulation, the oldest ones made in June 1999 at the latest. However, seeing as though they may have been released to circulation in 2000, the lifespan of a $100 bill back then was still about 8 1/2 years.

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