Razz-Ma-Tazz Entertainment

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Razz-Ma-Tazz Entertainment was the kids' division of Cabin Fever Entertainment.

Logo (1996-1998)

Visuals: On a black background, there is a box composed of 3 stripes - one red, one yellow and one blue. A red key then bounces over to the box and latches itself into the left. As it turns around, the text "RAZZ" appears in white on the red stripe, followed by "MA" in blue on the yellow stripe, and "TAZZ" in white on the blue stripe. The key turns again as the box shakes and then opens itself, letting out several glowing stars and dust. "ENTERTAINMENT" fades in underneath the box.

Variant: At the end of Faerie Tale Theatre releases from the company, the box is in the middle with "A PRESENTATION OF" at the top and "ENTERTAINMENT" at the bottom, both in italicized white.

Technique: CGI.

Audio: A woodwind theme and bouncing noises as the key first appears. This is followed by 3 notes and twisting/bouncing sounds as the company name appears. It ends with a mellow synth/woodwind theme with sparkling noises. The still variant has no music.

Availability: It appeared on Pappyland and Sky Dancers tapes from the company. It also appears on a VHS of Ms. Bear and on VHS re-issues of Shelley Duvall's Faerie Tale Theatre.

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