Bel Air Entertainment

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Not to be confused with Bel-Air Productions or Bel-Air Program Sales (the latter later became "Barris Program Sales" now "Sony Pictures Television"). Bel Air Entertainment was a production company founded in 1998 by Steven Reuther. It was a joint venture between Warner Bros. and Canal+.

(February 12, 1999-February 8, 2002)

Bel-Air Entertainment (2002)

Logo: On a black background, a dove flies by the screen. As this happens, water shimmers, and as the water turns blue, the dove flies around and comes to rest in the middle. As the water shimmers, the words "BEL AIR ENTERTAINMENT" with "ENTERTAINMENT" smaller and in spaced-out letters under "BEL AIR", shimmers from the center of the water and rests at the bottom.

FX/SFX: The dove, the water.

Music/Sounds: None or the movie's opening theme.

Availability: Seen on Message in a Bottle, The Replacements, Ready to Rumble, Proof of Life, Pay It Forward, Collateral Damage and Rock Star.