Seagal/Nasso Productions

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Background: Seagal-Nasso Productions is the now-defunct production company of Steven Seagal and Julius R. Nasso. This company shut down by 2002 after a dispute with Seagal and Nasso that would ultimately land the latter in prison for several months.

(Feburary 18, 1994)
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Logo: On a black background, a blue/black metallic star-like shape with rounded edges spins and eases back, then a circle with five circle outlines
representing a film reel (also in the blue/black metallic color) eases back. Then with rays of light, a silver sword eases out. The star and circle merge to make the shape of a film reel. The sword rests on the film reel, turning it silver. Then the words:


appears underneath. The logo shines.

FX/SFX: The star and circle, the sword with lights, the shining.

Music/Sounds: Starts with a flute tuner, with whooshes when the circle and sword pass by. As it progresses, it turns into a majestic orchestrated fanfare. There is a "CLANG" when the sword rests at the film reel. The end part of the fanfare sounds like the end of the Carolco theme. Composed by Basil Poledouris.

Availability: Only seen on the Steven Seagal film On Deadly Ground. Don't expect to see this logo on other productions from the company such as Under Siege 2: Dark Territory, The Glimmer Man, Fire Down Below and The Patriot (1998).

Editor's Note: None.