Avenue Pictures is a production company founded by Cary Brokaw, the former head of distribution for Island Alive. Many of its early films would become part of Epic's Beta library, and such films are today owned by MGM through Orion.
(October 1, 1987-February 22, 2008)
Logo: We see a street perspective sketch. The name AVENUE is below in retro font, and "PICTURES" appears below it.
Variant: A variant exists without the street sketch.
Music/Sounds: Ending theme of the movie, or silence.
Availability: Seen on a lot of movies, but not on every one. Its latest appearance was at the end of Sex and Death 101. Since then, an in-credit notice is used, such as on The Merchant of Venice.