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From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum

Logo (1980's)

Visuals: There is a video of a missile being launched from the station and going to the sky. The screen cuts into a video of the sky near sunset in which we travel through the clouds. The screen then cuts into another video of a nuclear explosion. Then there's one more cut of another explosion in a dark sky, which later freezes. A purple background zooms into the screen with various stars, "UNIVERSAL" and "VIDEO HOME" below the other text, which then stops when it covers all of the screen. "PRESENTA" appears below the text.

Variant: Sometimes, the footages are replaced by landscape shots. The logo, with its background being black, zooms in while flipping.

Technique: Analog computer animation.

Audio: "Catherine Parr: by Rick Wakeman.

Availability: Seen on a VHS release of Tweety Silvestre.

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