Who Owns Movie Gallery, Inc. Remnant Assets?
Oak Point Partners, Inc. acquired the remnant assets of the First Lien Term Lenders Liquidating Trust of the Movie Gallery, Inc., et al., Bankruptcy Estates in September 2015.
Movie Gallery, Inc. and its related entities (“Movie Gallery”) filed a chapter 11 petition on February 2, 2010, assigned Case No. 10-30696, in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Virginia. The Bankruptcy Court entered orders confirming a Chapter 11 Plan, at which point a Liquidating Trust was established and a Liquidating Trustee was appointed. Oak Point Partners, Inc. acquired the remnant assets of the First Lien Term Lenders Liquidating Trust of the Movie Gallery, Inc., et al., Bankruptcy Estates in September 2015.
Related Entities: 24 Hour Entertainment, 49-N-More Video Superstore, Alexsay Holdings Ltd, Alpharetta Media Associates, Inc., Al's Video, Inc., DCO, Inc., D-Skippy, Inc., EC6, Inc., Enterprise Video, Inc., Eufaula Video, Inc., First Row Video, FLRB, Game Crazy, GBO, Hollywood Entertainment Corporation, Hollywood Video, Info, Inc., Integrated Retail Corp, K & M Video, Inc., M & M Video, Inc., MG, MG Midwest, Inc., MG Texas LP, MGA, MGRE, MGS, MGUS, Michigan Rental Alert, Moovies, Movie 4 less, Movie Gallery Corp, Movie Warehouse, Paf-NC, Inc., Panama City Video, Inc., Pic-A-Flick, PQ3, Inc., PTO, Inc., Rio Media Associates, Inc., Romeo Plank Video, Inc., SMM, SNO, Inc., SONI, Inc., Southwest Alabama Movies, Inc., The Movie Store, Tinseltown Video, Inc., Tonight's Feature, Inc., Video Investors, Inc., Video King, Video Update Canada, Inc., Video Update, Inc., Video World of Virginia, Inc., VideoConnection, Videos of Bad Axe, Inc., Videos of Sanilac, Inc., Williams Video, Inc.
Contact Information Regarding Payments to Movie Gallery, Inc.
Inquiries regarding where to send: Overpayments, Undeliverable Funds, Insurance Refunds, Refunds, Warrants, Unclaimed Funds, Rebates, Uncashed Checks, Restitution, Credit Balance, Escheat, Judgment Balance, Abandoned Property, Settlement Proceeds, or any other funds belonging to Movie Gallery, Inc..
Requests for reasonable referral or finder fees will be considered.
Contact Info: Movie Gallery, Inc.
About Movie Gallery, Inc.
Founded in 1985, Movie Gallery operated as a home entertainment specialty retailer that rented and sold DVDs, video games, and related equipment. Most stores were located in small towns in rural areas. Stores stocked thousands of movies and hundreds of video games on its shelves. Stores also sold blank cassettes, video cleaning equipment, memorabilia, snacks, and merchandise. Despite many people thinking the video rental business was a fad in the 1980s, the founders of Movie Gallery saw an open market that was going to boom. At its peak as the nation’s third largest video store, the company operated 4,800 stores and employed approximately 19,100 employees.
Movie Gallery also operated as Hollywood Entertainment Corporation, Hollywood Video, Moovies Inc. and Video Update Inc.
The former headquarters of Movie Gallery was located in Wilsonville, OR.