Spotlight Licensing Announces Amended ‘Little House on the Prairie’ Licensee Deals

Two licensees have amended their “Little House on the Prairie” deals.
License Global

July 24, 2020

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Friendly Family Productions has amended two licensee agreements for its “Little House on the Prairie” brand.

Licensees, Litographs and The Queen’s Treasures, have amended existing licensing agreements with Friendly Family Productions to expand their “Little House on the Prairie” offerings. The amendments were brokered by the properties licensing agent, Spotlight Licensing.

“In uncertain times, it’s comforting for consumers and licensees alike to be able to turn to a trusted and familiar brand like ‘Little House on the Prairie’ and, recognizing that, we are happy to be able to give these licensees the opportunity to grow their ‘Little House’ lines,” says Carole Postal, president, Spotlight Licensing and Brand Management.

Litographs will expand its “Little House on the Prairie” collection to include puzzles, hoodies and shower curtains. The new items join previously licensed gear such as totes, posters, scarves, t-shirts, pillows and blankets already produced under Litograph’s deal. Each product

in the collection features stylized designs incorporating text from the “Little House on the Prairie” books

The Queen’s Treasures has been granted rights to include 15-inch dolls, doll clothes, doll furniture, a doll house and doll accessories to extend their line. Products join previously produced 18-inch dolls, doll clothes and doll accessories already available as part of the company’s “Little House on the Prairie” Collection.

The updated partnerships extend the “Little House on the Prairie” brand which recently was used for a

deal with Cubles

.

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