Hill/Fields Entertainment

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In 1993, Leonard Hill Films and Joel Fields Productions were merged together to form Hill/Fields Entertainment. The company continued to produce made-for-television movies. Fields left in 1998 and the Leonard Hill Films name was restored.

Logo (November 7, 1993-May 19, 1997)

Visuals: On a black background, a long, blue thick to thin line barely almost touching the top of the screen slides in the right side with a trail effect. Another line does the same as before except it points down, slides from the left side and has a hook like end on the top. The lines slide past each other then the line from the left becomes and an "h" with the hook making the right line and "f", making the initials "hf". 2 white lines and the white name "HILL FIELDS" appear with the "f" dividing them in half. Then the name flashes and then fades to black.

Variant: A short version of the logo exists.

Technique: 2D animation.

Audio: A synth score performed by David Michael Frank. Other examples of this logo have the ending theme of the movie. CBS and NBC airings used a generic theme starting in 1994.

Availability: Seen on a few made-for-TV movies from 1993 to 1997 from this company.

Leonard Hill Films
Leonard Hill Films
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