Prestige Video

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Eric S.

Prestige International (early 1980s)

Logo: On a yellow background with two blue drama masks and a section of film, the blue captions "Prestige International" and "VIDEO FILM AND MOTION PICTURE DISTRIBUTORS" fade in with the music.

Technique: The titles fading in with the music.

Music/Sounds: A short trumpet and drum-based jingle.

Availability: TBA

Prestige Video (1980s)

Logo: On a space BG, a circle of 2 drama masks (a pink tragedy mask and a vermilion comedy mask) appears on the top right corner spinning its way to the center. After that, whilst spinning, it zooms into the screen very close slowly. It then stops spinning, and the drama masks tiltsa bit. Then, behind the masks, a blue and yellow filmstrip wipes from top to bottom in a slightly-flipped "S" shape. The entire thing zooms out for a while until "Prestige Video" writes itself in a fancy script font. The company name glows.

Technique: The spinning masks, filmstrip and writing.

Music/Sounds: A rendition of Keith Mansfield's "Superstar", which is jarringly looped at the end.

Availability: In Australia, it can range from rare to very scarce. It was seen on many Australian VHS prints of Black Angels, Black Fist, Combat Killers, Escape From Angola, Five Bloody Graves, The Godchildren, Hell Raiders, King Frat, Nurse Sherri, OffRoad, Sadie, Execution, The Black Gestapo, The Ghastly Ones, The Great Smokey Roadblock, The Man Who Would Not Die, The Strangeness, The Witch, and Voodoo.

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