American Home Treasures

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American Home Treasures was an American division of the Toronto-based BFS Entertainment and Multimedia Limited.

(early 1990s-2000's)


Logo: Against a cloudy sky background, a red, white, and blue frame spins out, and two triangles, one red and one blue, flip in. They join together as a bright flash occurs on the bottom right, and the words


a division of
BFS Entertainment and Multimedia Limited
(in white)

Then, the whole thing zooms up to the top of the screen as some warning text scrolls up (a la BFS Video).

Technique: The sky and flipping objects.

Music/Sounds: An uplifting horn fanfare sounding like something off a news promo; It's actually "Ponderosa" by Craig Everett Palmer.

Availability: Uncommon; seen on VHS's and DVD's released by the company.

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