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Logo descriptions by James Fabiano
Logo captures by Eric S.
Video captures courtesy of Eric S., EnormousRat, and mcydodge919

1st Logo
(1994-1996)
Hallmark Entertainment

Nickname
: "The Stamp", "The Plate", "Hallmark Plate"

Logo: A gold plate with letters to "HALLMARK" backwards fills the screen, then as the camera backs away it's revealed to be a stamp that, well, stamps a silver rectangle as the image turns around. The rectangle continues to turn around until it stops in the center, revealing that it reads:
________________

HALLMARK
ENTERTAINMENT
________________

all against a stylized brown or plain black BG. There are lines above and below the name.

FX/SFX: The "stamp".

Music/Sounds: Computerized music plays as an announcer says, "And now, our feature presentation.". Sometimes, it is silent.

Availability: Seen at the end of Hallmark-owned shows whenever they are reran.

Scare Factor: Low.



3rd Logo
(1996-2006)
Hallmark Entertainment PresentsHallmark Entertainment (2001)Hallmark Entertainment (1998)Hallmark Entertainment Distribution

Nicknames
: "The H Ribbon", "Hallmark Ribbon"

Logo: On a black background, we see a stylized H made of ribbons, which is surrounded by a box zooming up on us, while "HALLMARK ENTERTAINMENT" in a Times New Roman font moves up the place itself under the box. When it's completed, the logo zooms back from us a bit. Sometimes, "Distributed by" would be seen on top.

Variant: There alsoexistsa longer version that was mostly seen on some video releases. It primarily consists of an extended intro showing several close-ups of the "H" ribbon design.

FX/SFX: The zooming.

Music/Sounds: The closing theme of the show, silence, or a rarely heard 5-note fanfare

Availability: Rare. It's seen on Nickelodeon's The Secret World of Alex Mack and it's retained on DVD releases. It was also seen on TV movies made by Hallmark Entertainment of the era. Can be seen on the TV movie Sabrina, the Teenage Witch followed by the first NBCUniversal logo. On recent prints of Alice in Wonderland (1999), the Sonar Entertainment logo plasters this one.

Scare Factor: None.


Final Note: In 2006, Hallmark Entertainment was reverted back to the name "RHI Entertainment".



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