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Logo captures by
Eric S. and Mr. Logo Lord
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Video capture courtesy of Eric S.


(1988-1998)
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Logo: On a black BG, the words "Lacewood", in yellow, zoom-out from the top, along with "PRODUCTIONS", in yellow-ish green and in spaced-out letters, from the bottom of the screen. As they meet in the center, a line flashes in between.

Variants:
  • Later in the 1990s, the logo is a bit smaller (or bigger) and the words "Lacewood" in blue and "PRODUCTIONS" in yellow.
  • At the beginning of some specials, the logo is shown superimposed in white, with "PRESENTS" in-spaced out letters, below.

FX/SFX: The zooming and flashing, or none.

Music/Sounds: The opening or closing theme of the show, or special, or none.

Availability
: Rare. Seen intact on 1990s FHE video releases of kids' specials produced by this company, such as Bluetoes, the Christmas Elf,
The Railway Dragon, The Nutcracker Prince, The Teddy Bears' Christmas, and the For Better of for Worse specials among others, and also, on some shows such as Problem Child (Season 2 episodes), Monster Force, Savage Dragon (Season 1 episodes) and Flash Gordon among others.

Scare Factor
: None.



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