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Kid Stuff Records
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Kid Stuff Records was a record label founded in 1975, by Bob McAllister, Artie Kaplin, and Dick Mullen, as a children's music label. It is headquartered and located in Hollywood, Florida, United States. The label's albums (including both read-along records and full-length LPs) were mostly tie-ins for franchises such as the Super Powers Collection, Care Bears, The Pink Panther Show, Strawberry Shortcake, Fat Albert, Garfield, E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial and Masters of the Universe, along with video games such as Pac-Man, Missile Command and Yars' Revenge. They also had a home video division called "Kid Video" (not to be confused with NBC's Kidd Video).