Sunn Classic Pictures Inc.

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Sunn Pictures International

Background: Sunn tried to come back in the early 90’s. As Sunn International Pictures, they made several more Biblical speculation films for CBS, known as Ancient Secrets of the Bible. Aaron Eckhart got his start playing Samson in one of these films. They ran into a bit of trouble with this as it turns out one of the people they interviewed, about the finding of Noah’s Ark, was a renowned hoaxer. He did the interview as a joke and, after it aired, came out to say he was making it all up. CBS was embarrassed and didn’t continue with more films with Sunn. There were a few more documentaries (including a series about UFOs), mainly for cable, but that was it for the second incarnation of Sunn. Sellier continues to make films, mainly religious documentaries, under the title Grizzly Adams Productions.

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Music/Sounds: TBA.

Availability: Was seen on documentaries from the era, though they have yet to turn up.

Editor's Note: TBA.


Sunn Classic Pictures, Inc.

Background: In recent years, Sunn has attempted to come back for a third time, with many of those originally involved with the studio (minus Sellier). They launched a <a class="external" href="" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">website</a>, and have ambitious plans for a new movie studio, with some films in development (including Tim Conway's DORF character). Although since the site's launch a couple years ago, there has been little updating.

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Nickname: "The Pyramid and the Sun"

Logo: We fade into a tan skyline as a pyramid emerges from the ground while the sun emerges from behind. The chrome text "SUNN CLASSIC PICTURES INC." rises from behind the pyramid and situates itself on the base of the pyramid.

FX/SFX: The sun, pyramid and text rising.

Music/Sounds: TBA.

Availability: Can be seen on the company website. It has yet to appear on any film/TV series.

Editor's Note: None.