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Sullivan Bluth Studios

Sullivan Bluth Studios was an American and Irish animation studio established in 1979 by animator Don Bluth. Bluth and several colleagues, all of whom were former Disney animators, left Disney on September 13, 1979 to form Don Bluth Productions, later known as the Bluth Group. This studio produced the short film "Banjo the Woodpile Cat", the feature film "The Secret of NIMH", a brief animation sequence in the musical "Xanadu", and the video games "Dragon's Lair" and "Space Ace". The Bluth Group went bankrupt in 1984, and Bluth co-founded Sullivan Bluth Studios with American businessman Morris Sullivan in 1985.

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