Caballero Control Corporation

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


Background

Caballero Control Corporation is an American pornographic film company founded by Noel C. Bloom in 1974, with Caballero Home Video as the company's home video division. It is one of the oldest porn studios in the US, and during the Golden Age of Porn it was one of the largest, producing several of the best-selling and most critically acclaimed pornographic films. With the advent of home video, Caballero went on to dominate the American adult video market in the 1980s alongside VCA Pictures. It also acquired the U.S. rights to rival studio Cal Vista's entire catalogue of more than 150 films. Caballero was also the former parent company of U.S.A. Home Video (now Artisan Entertainment), which was divested from the company in 1986 as Carolco Pictures purchased Caballero's remaining stocks in the company.

Logo (1981?-Late 1980s?)

Visuals: On a black background, three conjoined C's, made up of a heavy number of white sparkles, moves to the left side of the screen while zooming out. As they settle, they briefly flash and turn them a yellow/orange/pink gradient with a white outline surrounding each of the letters. A bumpy plexiglass texture, colored with a multicolored gradient, slide out of the logo to the right and flash white when they stop, revealing the text "CABALLERO CONTROL CORPORATION".

Technique: CGI.

Audio: A loud synth fanfare with snare drums, or the opening of the film.

Audio Variants:

Availability: Seen on pornographic films from the company. [Examples?]

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