Gullane Entertainment (originally known as the Britt Allcroft Company) was a British independent production company of childrens programming. The "The Britt Allcroft Company" began to be renamed as "Gullane Entertainment" in September 7 of 2000.
Throughout the years, Gullane bought many franchises to go along with Thomas and "Magic Adventures of Mumfie", like "Sooty", "Art Attack", "Fireman Sam", "James the Cat", "Captain Pugwash" and "Eckhart".
Gullane Entertainment was acquired by Hit Entertainment in 2002 and it went defunct since 2003. In 2012, Hit Entertainment themselves had been purchased by Mattel. In March 2016, Hit was transferred to Mattel Creations division, a division created to bring all content creation units together under Mattel’s Chief Content Officer Catherine Balsam-Schwaber.