About MPI Home Video

Founded in 1976 by brothers Waleed and Malik Ali, the MPI Media Group has grown into one of the largest and most successful independent producers and distributors of movies, home video and music in the world. Today, the multi-million dollar company has amassed a library of 15,000 hours of footage and the rights to some of the greatest video, film and music recordings in history. The MPI Media Group is comprised of MPI Home Video, MPI Telemedia and the WPA Film Library. Headquartered in Chicago, the company operates from a 42,000 square foot facility in Orland Park, IL. 

MPI Home Video has well over 2000 home video titles in its collection, including some of the world’s most popular documentaries, movies and television programs. Some of the titles represented by MPI Home Video are The George Carlin Collection, Completely Carlin, The Honeymooners “Lost Episodes,”The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, The Return of Sherlock Holmes, The History of the 20th Century and the visually stunning 70 mm documentary Baraka. Upcoming releases from MPI Home Video include the 14 Sherlock Holmes movies starring Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce, digitally restored to original condition by the UCLA Film and Television Archive.

Additionally, MPI Home Video offers many horror and cult favorites on home video such as the Texas Chainsaw Massacre, the Dan Curtis Macabre Collection and the 1960s spooky soap opera Dark Shadows, television’s most enduring daytime drama.

The company has also represented the Beatles’ movies A Hard Day’s Night, Magical Mystery Tour, Help!, The Beatles: The First U.S. Visit and You Can’t Do That: The Making of A Hard Day’s Night.  MPI Home Video owns the rights to film held by the estates of Jackie Gleason, John Wayne and the Reverend Martin Luther King Jr., among others. The company has also released many music titles including the variety shows Hullabaloo and Music Scene, and John Wayne’s popular patriotic singing debut America – Why I Love Her.

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