Passport International Productions, Inc.

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


This was a company owned by Dante J. Pugliese, who previously ran the Amvest Video, Kid Pics and AudioFidelity public domain labels. Passport mainly produced documentaries centered around movies and celebrities; to wit, using trailers or public domain movies in the form of compilations. The company would go under following a domestic assault case filed against Pugliese by his wife, along with prior financial issues. Passport's catalog currently lays with Multicom Entertainment Group.

Logo (October 19, 2001)

Visuals: The word, "PASSPORT" flies from the bottom of the screen to the top, and behind it, a silver ball falls onto a rotating blue rectangle, and while the "PASSPORT" word flies up, the ball then moves away from the now-unmoving rectangle, revealing a static globe, and "stands" up, and the words, "International Productions, Inc." appear.

Technique: CGI.

Audio: A droning synth note with a everlasting "THUD!" (which may be the stamper doing it).

Availability: Seen on some DVDs & VHS tapes of old films such as Hollywood Remembers: Hollywood Rivals. Newer prints may plaster this with the Multicom Entertainment logo.

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