Welcome to the Films Around The World, Inc. website. We own and/or distribute one of the largest remaining independent primarily good copyright classic and contemporary American entertainment libraries. The individual pages on the left are grouped into six major content groups:
(1) Our spectacular live dramatic anthology television programs, broadcast live on NBC during the "Golden Age of Television."
(2) Our library of feature-length movies.
(3) Our library of radio programming from the mid-1960s.
(4)Our library of Soundies.
(5) Our television series.
(6) Mscellaneous content and exploitation rights.
The pages contain information and catalogs for each content group, some of which have audio and video samples, and links to where DVDs or CDs can be purchased on Amazon.com.
We have three branded content labels: Mr. FAT-W Video green and black, for competitively-priced movies; Mr. FAT-W Video silver and blue, for premium-priced classic television programs; Mr. FAT-W Audio, for CD releases. The initial release on the silver and blue label, was MAYERLING, the "long lost" television dbut of Audrey Hepburn and Mel Ferrer; there is a purchase link on our "Golden Age - Buy DVDs" page. All three labels are available through a number of major catalog distributors.
Pictured below is our copyrighted, trademarked, "Mr. FAT-W" logo; after more than eighty years of the company's existence, he is our new brand image; his animation (viewable on the next page) introduces all viewers of our videos to the FATW spinning globe (also viewable on the next page), which in turn leads to the video presentation. Ultimately, we hope that he will be recognizable everywhere.
For our mobile downloading friends, while most of this web site will download to your mobile devices, some of the widgets, such as the audio and video players, may not download. If you want them, you'll have to use your desktop or laptop.
TRANSLATATIONS: There is a drop-down box on the upper left that enables you to translate this site into a number of different languages. When you select your language, after a second or two, each page will translate in that language, although the format may change from the original English version. A Google bar will also appear at the top of the page, and you can change the language or keep the one you have previously selected. In order to return to English, you can press the "Original Language" button on the Google bar, or select "English" from the drop-down box.