Celebrity Home Entertainment

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Logo description by V of Doom and wisp2007
Logo capture by Eric S.
Video capture courtesy of ItsBartman

Background: Celebrity Home Entertainment was founded in the mid '80s by Noel C. Bloom to distribute obscure films from around the world, like virtual tours, documentaries, and wildlife videos. They also distributed some B-grade action films and soft-core adult titles (under its "Let's Party" line). Perhaps the most famous division of this company (way more than its parent company) was its Just for Kids line, which distributed children's TV shows and English-dubbed anime. Celebrity Home Entertainment filed for bankruptcy protection in 1991, and went out of business in 1997, along with their their Just for Kids label.

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: “The Neon Sign”

Logo: On a blue-black gradient background, a pink light writes out the shiny cursive text "Celebrity" at an angle. "HOME ENTERTAINMENT" then fades in between the bottom of the "y" with a dot on each end. A registered trademark also appears on the bottom of the logo as well.

  • There is a still version of this logo.
  • On adult titles, the logo played exactly like the Just For Kids variant, except a white square reading "Let's Party" (with multicolored shapes behind the word "Party") flipped up from the bottom.
  • On videos released as part of the "Feature Creatures" line, a white square with the Feature Creatures logo zoomed in as opposed to flipping in.

FX/SFX: The writing in of “

Music/Sounds: A bouncy and catchy synthesizer jingle. On earlier releases, a more hard rock-sounding synth-tune was heard. Later releases had no music. The Feature Creatures variant has a different rock theme.

Availability: Ultra rare. Can be found on Fists of Blood (AKA Strike of the Panther), Fatal Pulse, The Order of the Black Eagle, and The Many Faces of Frank Sinatra, among others.

Editor's Note: The dark nature of the logo and the cursive font for “Celebrity” might catch a few viewers off guard, but all the music used are really catchy and awesome.