Because I couldn’t leave well enough alone with Hi-Tops Video, folks.
The 1980s was saturated with companies vying for that sweet grasp of the budding home video market. When it came to children’s entertainment, the options were usually arms of other companies. For example, Heron/Media had Hi-Tops Video, and Vestron had…Children’s Video Library!
Come on over to Retroist, where I talk about a well-known (but long gone, and probably forgotten) home video children/family sublabel of the 1980s.