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Four Star-Excelsior Releasing Company was the short-lived theatrical division of Four Star International. It mainly released horror and exploitation films. Four Star was put under New World Entertainment's ownership in 1989 after it was folded by Andrew's Group. New World was acquired by News Corporation on January 22, 1997. Most of Four Star-Excelsior's films are long out of print, however one film, The Brotherhood of Satan, was released and retained by Columbia Pictures and is distributed by Sony Pictures Television.


Nicknames: "Album Cover", "Four Star ‘70", "Vertical Stars", "Four Star Ribbon"

Logo: On the same background as the TV counterpart of this logo used, we see four gold stars appear one by one on thin green lines, then in a golden slab serif we see the Four Star-Excelsior Releasing Company (1971)words "FOUR STAR EXCELSIOR" appear on screen. Then a red line in the middle of the screen and the red text "Releasing Company" in Edwardian Bold, appear suddenly.

FX/SFX: Everything appearing, no fade in's here.

Music/Sounds: The opening sounds of music to the movie.

Availability: Extremely rare. Can be found on The Brotherhood of Satan which is seen on Crackle.

Scare Factor: Low. The jarring cuts can scare a few.

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