Interglobal Home Video

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum

1st Logo (1984-1987)

Visuals: On a space background (with a couple of stars zooming in and others being stationary, either dimming or brightening), there is a peach (or sometimes yellow) colored circle zooming in. A white ring of stars form a diagonal ring around it in the same color, forming a Saturn-like planet. Then, stars coming in from both sides make the name "INTERGLOBAL" and then "VIDEO" appears under it, both in the Handel Gothic font.

Technique: Cel animation.

Audio: A Moog synthesizer tune with seven rising loops, with each loop having four synth beeps, and after the seventh loop, synth space sounds are heard.

Availability: Can be seen on the earliest prints of The Making of the Terminator. If you're lucky, eBay or Amazon may have other tapes with this logo. Other tapes that have this logo are The Private Affairs of Bel Ami, Rain, Sisters of Death, Carnival Story, Alfred Hitchcock's Secret Agent and Commandos.

2nd Logo (1985-1988)

Visuals: On a zooming space background, a 2-D image of a stylized Earth with a filmstrip around it (a la Universal) zooms in from the center of the screen really quickly while flipping really quickly. Once it settles, "INTERGLOBAL HOME VIDEO" in blue zooms in below the Earth.

Variant: On videos released by Kid Flicks, the red words "KID FLICKS A DIVISION OF" appear on the screen, then fade out as the Interglobal Home Video logo plays.

Technique: Analog computer animation.

Audio: Same as the previous logo.

Availability: Can be seen on Prosecution and The Outer Space Connection. However, their tapes are really hard to find these days, but quite wider in distribution than the 1st. Also seen on tapes released by its kiddie division Kid Flicks.

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