Jim Owens Entertainment, Inc.
From Audiovisual Identity Database
This is the vanity plate of country music television producer Jim Owens.
(April 1, 1986-199?)JIM OWENS ENTERTAINMENT INC. All Rights Reserved". Above the text is a video of an obese woman wearing a viking helmet and viking garb, and holding two cymbals. She yells "HoahhoahAAAAAAAOOOOOOH!" and then crashes the cymbals.
- A variant with different text appeared on a syndicated episode of Crook & Chase. Above the video are the words "Syndicated by Genter Media", the lower-left hand side reads "Distributed by", with the 1983 Nashville Network print logo on a white background, and the lower-right hand side reads "A Division of Jim Owens Entertainment, Inc. All Rights Reserved".
- Another variant exists where we see bold serif text that reads "Distributed by Jim Owens Entertainment, Inc.".
- On From The Vault: Country Standard Time, a still image of the opera lady is inside a rectangular box with the words "A Division of Jim Owens Entertainment All Rights Reserved" next to it.
- Another version of said variant has a still image of the last shot and in its normal box size.
Technique: Live action.
Music/Sounds: The lady singing, for lack of a better term, and the cymbals. The still variant has the closing theme of the show.
Availability: Uncommon. Seen on reruns of Pop! Goes the Country on RFD-TV. The first variant appeared on a syndicated episode of Crook & Chase. It is currently seen on reruns of aforementioned shows on Heartland.