Logo: Against a black background, lights wipe in the words "Playaround VIDEO", with "Playaround" in a cursive font, and "VIDEO" in the Eurostile font, both colored lilac pink with a blue glow. A couple of stars blink on the logo, which then zooms out, and another light draws in a pink circle, extending from the "d" and with the text now on the bottom of the circle when it finishes. After it finishes, a flash can be seen and the logo shines all over.
Variant: At the end of tapes, the logo is completely still, surrounded by a bright aura covering the circle barring the text.
Technique: Primitive computer effects.
Music/Sounds: A burbly synth sound, then a synth-keyboard tune that sounds like the old Oregon Educational PBS (now Oregon Public Broadcasting) jingle, complete with a "twinkle" as the circle is drawn, and then, one final laser zap sound.
Music/Sounds Variant: On the November 1983 release of Lady Grey there is a male announcer (from the PBV logo) that says "Welcome to Playaround Video's brand new releases for November '83"
Availability: Extremely rare, it can be seen on old PBV tapes. This was apparently used mainly for horror films. Tapes that had this include Slaughter in San Francisco and Lady Grey.