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Re-TV Video Library
Re-TV Video Library was a home entertainment company, owned by Columbia House, which was an umbrella brand for Columbia Records, which itself is a subsidiary of Sony Music Entertainment. They did videos for many TV shows and animated shorts for companies such as Warner Bros. Pictures, Paramount, and Columbia Pictures Television; including such releases as Looney Tunes, various Star Trek series, and One Day at a Time; among others. The company went defunct in 2004, when the unit was shuttered after Columbia House ceased VHS production.
This logo contains an old telephone number. Please do not try to dial it.
Visuals: The logo starts at the Re-TV Video Library logo, with a Columbia House byline. The arrows then spin towards the camera, then they overlap, showing lots of old shows (some of which being Gilligan's Island, M*A*S*H, and The Beverly Hillbillies). Across the screen, quotes from various shows slide across the screen. It then goes back to its normal state for a split second, then turning blue and fades in, just like before, showing more shows and quotes. Then, 4 triangles fade into 1, flipping back into the Re-TV logo. Another triangle slides in. The whole logo then flips up, showing the title of the tape.
- At the end of the tapes, a telephone number and a PO box address for Re-TV appears.
- A different ending appears on Looney Tunes tapes. The Re-TV title slide is replaced with "presents" and then the 9th Warner Bros. Animation logo appears, and then it shows the title.
Technique: Computer animation.
Audio: A jazzy tune for the first part, and a triumphant fanfare, a mysterious science-fiction tune and a western-like tune for the second. The jazz tune comes back when the finished logo appears.
Availability: Appears on their releases, such as Looney Tunes, Wonder Woman, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Star Trek: Voyager, One Day at a Time, The Jeffersons, and Sanford and Son.