De Laurentiis Entertainment Limited

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De Laurentiis Entertainment Limited was an Australian subsidiary of De Laurentiis Entertainment Group which was supposed to produce films on the Australian Gold Coast. It would later be sold to Village Roadshow Pictures after DEG went bankrupt in 1988.


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Logo: On a red background, we see the large gold letters "DEL" shining (the "shining" seems to be looped footage). Below the letters is a black line, with the stacked words "DE LAURENTIIS ENTERTAINMENT LIMITED" in a serif white font. Above and below are the words "A" and "PRESENTATION" respectively. Altogether, the logo reads "A DEL (DE LAURENTIIS ENTERTAINMENT LIMITED) PRESENTATION".

Technique: The shining effects (which seem to be live-action footage).

Music/Sounds: None.

Availability: Ultra rare. It was discovered on Australian VHS releases of Blue Velvet and Crimes of the Heart.

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