FHE Pictures

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Descriptions by
wisp2007 and Alvinandthechipmunk4

Captures by
Eric S. and Bob Fish

Editions by
Eric S., Gabkat2007 and mr3urious


FHE Pictures was a short-lived division of Artisan Entertainment, named after Family Home Entertainment. The company released only one film, 2002's Jonah: A VeggieTales Movie. It is unknown why that was the division's only film, especially given it was reviewed well and was a modest box office hit; it is likely the company had plans to release more films in the future, which were halted when they were bought out by Lionsgate in December 2003.

(October 4, 2002-2003)

FHE Pictures.jpeg

Logo: On a white background, an object zooms in, which turns out to be the word "F•H•E" in Trajan Pro Bold, with a roof above the "H" and "PICTURES" in Trajan Pro below in green. All the text sits on a purple line. The byline "AN ARTISAN ENTERTAINMENT COMPANY" is shown below in dark purple.

Technique: The zooming in, the fading in of the byline.

Music/Sounds: The opening theme of the movie.

Availability: Rare. It was only seen on Jonah: A VeggieTales Movie.

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