VCA Pictures

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum

(Redirected from Video Company of America)


VCA Pictures (Video Company of America) is an American pornographic film production and distribution company, founded by Russ Hampshire. Throughout the 1970s and 80s VCA produced big budget, plot-oriented feature films, and it was one of the major studios during the Golden Age of Porn. With the advent of home video in the 1980s, VCA dominated the American adult video market alongside Caballero Home Video. In 2003, VCA was bought by Hustler Video. VCA continues to release films to this day.

1st Logo (Early 1980s)

Visuals: The logo starts off with the text "VCA" in a stylized, blue font sliding from the top, letter-by-letter. Once they finished, they get filled with a metallic-like texture and; after a few seconds, a bolt of thunder zooms out. Finally, the text "Video Company Of America" appeard at the bottom of the screen. The logo stays like this for almost a minute.

Technique: Computer graphics.

Audio: Three ascending chimes, followed by an upbeat tune. An announcer says: "The following film is brought to you by the Video Company of America." during the middle of the music.

Availability: Unknown. [Examples?]

2nd Logo (1980s-1997)

Visuals: On a black background, there are the letters "VCA" with silver outline flash in one-by-one with yellow streaks. The word "Pictures" in yellow neon script font is written under it. "Pictures" shines all over.

Technique: Computer graphics

Audio: A synth rock/Hi-NRG tune with three pings when "VCA" flashes and an ascending synth chord when "Pictures" writes in. A female announcer says "This is a VCA Pictures presentation." near the end.

Availability: Seen on their releases at the time. It can be found on old copies of The Devil in Miss Jones Pt. 2.

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