Orenthal Productions

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Logo descriptions by Eric S. and indycar
Logo captures by Eric S.
Video captures courtesy of indycar

Background: Orenthal Productions was the production company of former NFL player O.J. Simpson. Orenthal is O.J. Simpson's first name. Simpson starred in all four television films produced by the company. All the company's production were co-produced by Columbia Pictures Television and are owned by Columbia Pictures Television's successor, Sony Pictures Television.

(December 30, 1979-January 2, 1983)

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Nicknames: "The Juice", "The Orange"

Logo: On a black background, we see the following logo in a white font:


Inside the "O" is an orange, as a reference to Simpson's first and middle initials, which are also a common abbreviation for orange juice.

: None.

: On Detour to Terror, the logo appeared on the same screen as the 1969 Playboy Productions logo. The words "IN ASSOCIATION WITH" are below both logos.

: The end theme of the film plays over the logo.

: Appeared on the television films Goldie and the Boxer, Detour to Terror, Goldie and the Boxer Go To Hollywood and Cocaine and Blue Eyes, all starring O. J. Simpson. Detour to Terror and Cocaine and Blue Eyes have both been released on DVD-R by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.