New Concorde

From Audiovisual Identity Database

Credits
Logo descriptions by
EnormousRat and PAV123

Video captures courtesy of
Eric S.

Background

Concorde is a Los Angeles-based B-movie company founded by Roger Corman, who previously started New World in 1970. The company was originally named Concorde-New Horizons, because Corman combined his new companies Concorde Pictures and New Horizons Pictures in 1983. In early 2000, the company was renamed to New Concorde, and the New Horizons branch was sold out. In 2010, Shout! Factory purchased the company.

Concorde

1st Logo (1980s)

Logo: On a black background we see the letter "A" in blue fade in while the blue/white gradient text "CONCORDE" wipes in beneath the "A". The blue word "RELEASE" fades in beneath everything else.

FX/SFX: The text animation.

Music/Sounds: None.

Availability: Seen on Munchies.


2nd Logo (1990s-2000)

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Logo: Multiple golden yellow bars fall to form a 3D-arc figure lying on a dark blue marble background. While we pan out to see the front, "CONCORDE" also falls below the logo.

FX/SFX: Parts of the logo falling.

Music/Sounds: Silence.

Availability: Uncommon, but numerous films from the '90s keep the logo.


New Concorde

(2000-2006)

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Logo: We see the orange text "NEW CONCORDE" already on the screen, and an arc figure, similar to the previous logo, rises up below. The arc is plain and has an air flight sequence inside.

FX/SFX: The arc rising up, while the background was live action.

Music/Sounds: None.

Availability: Rather common on budget titles.

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