Regal International, Inc.

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


Regal Home Entertainment, also called Regal International, Inc. and Regal Home Video, is the home video division of Regal Films. In the Philippines, Regal outsourced their distribution to Viva Video by distributing their titles on DVD and VCD.

1st Logo (early/mid 1980s-1989)

Visuals: On a purple background, there are the words "REGAL INTERNATIONAL PRESENTS" with quotation marks.

Variant: On a release of Pilipinas Kong Mahal, a blue background was used.

Technique: A still computer graphic.

Audio: None.

Availability: Appears on their very early VHS tapes, including Anak Ng Cabron.

2nd Logo (1989-1992)

Visuals: On a background with a large and moving blue star, the same "R" from the second Regal Entertainment logo, but thinner font weight, is on the center of the screen. The words "Regal International, Inc." (in a similar font, and in capri) fade in. The word "Presents" (in a modern-styled font, and also in capri) crawls down from below the word "Regal International, Inc."

Variant: On I Have 3 Eggs and Pretty Boy Hoodlum, the logo is shorter and has a green tint to it.

Technique: 2D animation.

Audio: Same as the second Regal Films logo.

Availability: Once again, only seen on some Filipino films. [Examples?]

  • Sometimes appears before the Regal Films logo, such as the US VHS release of Impaktita.
  • This strangely plasters the Seiko Films logo on some releases like the 1991 VHS of Kristobal: Tinik sa korona right after the Live Home Video FBI Warning.

3rd Logo (1990-1992)

Visuals: On a blue background, the text "Regal International Inc. presents" in a white bordered serif font flips in.


  • At the end of some tapes the text says "The Following is a preview of Regal International's forthcoming video releases" bumper exists.
  • On Barbi For President, the text are in red tint.
  • On a 1992 releases such as Bukas Tatakpan Ka Ng Dyaryo the logo uses the different text the word "Inc." has been omitted. Also, it flies into the screen, then plays in reverse than just zooming left out.

Technique: 2D computer animation.

Audio: None, but sometimes it uses the second Regal Films logo theme.

Availability: Can be seen on the VHS tapes like Hanggang Saan Ang Tapang Mo and Barbi For President.

Regal International, Inc.
Regal Home Entertainment
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