Schlessinger Media

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1st Logo

Logo: We see a sky blue background where the words "Schlessinger" fly from the bottom right hand side of the screen settling into the near centerof the screen. Then a concrete teal rounded rectangle fades in followed by the words "VIDEO PRODUCTIONS" in yellow on a blue plaque fades in.Afterwards, the byline "A DIVISION OF LIBRARY VIDEO COMPANY" fade in. The border shines twice.

FX/SFX: All of the animation.

Music/Sounds: A synth tune with whooshing sounds as the words "SCHLESSINGER" fly in, followed by two sets of two-note guitar strings as the rounded rectangle and plaque fade in respectively, and a quick three note triangle is heard as the byline fades in followed by a descending xylophone scale as the logo shines ending with a higher synth tune.

Availability: Seen on Schlessinger VHS and DVDs from this era.

Editor's Note: TBA

2nd Logo

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Logo: On a black background with a large light filling up part of the screen, we see the red text "Schlessinger" in a way that looks similar to the current Castle Rock Entertainment logo. Below that, we see the yellow-ish text "MEDIA" on a wide blue border. Inside the border, there are searchlights, which expand up to the "Schlessinger" text. Below the border, there is this small text saying "A Division of Library Video Company".

FX/SFX: The searchlights

Music/Sounds: A seven-note fanfare.

Availability: Seen on some educational VHS tapes and DVDs of the time.

Editor's Note: TBA.

3rd Logo
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Logo: On a black background two searchlights wipe in with Schlessinger media coming in, a la the Fox Searchlight Pictures logo. Then it zooms out and it flashes into a still of the previous logo with black background.

FX/SFX: 2000s CGI.

Music/Sounds: Same as the previous logo.

Availability: Seen on some educational VHS tapes and DVDs of the time.

Editor's Note: TBA.