Libra Pictures

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


Background

Libra Pictures was a film and television production subsidiary of Saban Entertainment, founded in 1991, which produced theatrical and straight-to-video films, along with some television films.

Logo (January 5, 1992-November 20, 2001)


Visuals: A flash occurs and reveals a floating red and orange background, where the purple word "LIBRA" is seen at full width and slowly compresses. There are two tilted cones, purple and brown, which appear and turn vertically in opposite directions. Then the purple bar unfolds with the word "P I C T U R E S" on it, and the background gains a bit of purple color.

Variant: A still variant was used on some films.

Technique: CGI animation.

Audio: A majestic synth soundtrack composed by Shuki Levy and Haim Saban or none. On a French-Canadian VHS of Moment of Truth: Eye of the Stalker, the theme from the O'Hara-Horowitz Productions logo plays over it due to bad plastering.

Availability: It first appeared on To Catch a Killer and would later appear on some prints of the 1990 version of Phantom of the Opera (plastering the 1990 Saban/Scherick Productions logo), Hostile Force, Black Scorpion, Susie Q and other television films. It used to be seen on films from the Moment of Truth series last seen on Lifetime and LMN.

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