Rupert the Bear offered for home furnishings licence

January 1999
Home Furnishings;Jan/Feb99, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p4
Trade Publication
Reports that Copyright Promotions Licensing Group has been appointed by Nelvana to handle the launching of licensing rights for Rupert Bear in Great Britain. BLOB PSL's appointment as sole British licensee for classic cartoon Felix the Cat and children's television program `Arthur.'


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