A-Vision Entertainment

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Background: A-Vision Entertainment was a home video company owned by Warner Music Group, using the likeness of its Atlantic Records label. It released videos from Atlantic artists, but also functioned as a general video distributor as well. In 1994, it was reorganized into WarnerVision Entertainment.

1st Logo


Nickname: "The Atlantic Fan Logo"

Logo: On a black background, a dot flies by, and we see a box rising up and expanding into a box with a border between "A VISION" in blue, and "E N T E R T A I N M E N T" in white. Between "A" and "VISION" is a fan spinning. A white dot then applies to the fan, forming the familiar Atlantic fan logo.

Variant: At the end of Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers VHS tapes released by the company, a black screen reading "Distributed by" in Times New Roman appears before the actual logo.

FX/SFX: The box expanding, the fan spinning.

Music/Sounds: A strange synth theme, then a "thunk" sound when the dot gets to the fan.

Availability: Seen on all Atlantic-Vision tapes.

Editor's Note: None.

2nd Logo

Atlantic A*Vision logoNickname: "Pink Floyd Light Show"

Logo: A
white still logo from before fades in, against a background of rapidly shifting colors and images relating to concerts and live performances.

FX/SFX: The background effects.

Music/Sounds: None.

Availability: Seen on most if not all of Atlantic's live performance recordings, especially Phil Collins: No Ticket Required and Elton John: The World Tour 1992.

Editor's Note: None.

3rd Logo

: "A-Vision in 3 Dimensions"

Logo: The A-VISION logo appears in a 3D effect.

FX/SFX: None, really. It's a still logo that fades in and out.

Availability: Seen on Phil Collins: The Serious Tour 1990 in Berlin.

Editor's Note: None.