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The Video Collection was a firm responsible for the distribution of many of the early videos in the UK up until 1995. Their catalogue included many children's shows like Thomas the Tank Engine and Friends, "Rosie and Jim", "Tots TV", "Brum", "Magical Adventures of Mumfie", "Sooty", "Rock 'n' Soul", and many of the Hanna-Barbera cartoons. It was later known as VCI. In the US, Strand Home Video served as the American equivalent, including a near identical logo; it was a subsidiary of The Video Collection. After suffering financial losses in 1995, it underwent an overhaul and had its name changed to VCI. The company mainly served as a video label for ITV programmes.

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