Liberation Entertainment

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Background: Liberation Entertainment was a home entertainment company,known for acquiring and selling film and television content worldwide, and a former member of AFMA. It was formerly called Liberty International Entertainment and started resurrecting under its current name, in November 2005by ex-MCA Records president Jay Boberg, with offices in Los Angeles and the UK.The company was initially co-founded in 1997 by Irv Holender, the founder of INI Entertainment Group. In America, all of the company's releases were distributed by Genius Products under its resurrected name. Once Genius crumbled in 2009, Liberation folded the same year, with its library being sold one year later to Camelot Entertainment Group.

<iframe align="right" frameborder="0" height="202" src="" width="357"></iframe>1st Logo

Logo:The camera slowly zooms out as the statue of Liberty is shown. At the end, the text "Liberty International Entertainment Inc." shows up, alongside a TM symbol underneath it for a second, before the logo fades out.


Music/Sounds: Musiccomposed, arranged and performed by veteran organist Dave Siebels (also responsible for the background music in the opening ofPhenomenon: The Lost Archives and writing the songs for The Return to Treasure Island, both of them distributed by the home entertainment company).

Music/Sounds Variant: One version of the logo has non-orchestrated sound.

Availability: TBA.

Editor's Note: None.

2nd Logo

: On a black background, we see a white-outlined blue rectangle with the text "LIBERATION" in it near the right. On the left of it is a yellow-green arrow with a cartoon hand holding a green torch on it. Underneath the design is the text "entertainment", which slowly shines.

FX/SFX: "entertainment" shining.

Music/Sounds: TBA

: Rare. Seen on the company's DVD releases from the time, such as Stereophonics: LSVO?, Sparky's Magical Piano, The Hottie & the Nottie and Peter and the Magic Egg. Also appears on reruns of Peter Gunn on Me-TV and Decades.

Editor's Note: None.