The Badham-Cohen Group

From Audiovisual Identity Database

Credits
Logo descriptions by
thehugetvfan


Logo captures by
V of Doom and Eric S.


Editions by
Prodigy012


Background

The Badham-Cohen Group was a short-lived production company started by John Badham and Rob Cohen, which together, co-produced only two movies: Bird On A Wire and The Hard Way.

(May 18, 1990-March 8, 1991, late 1990s?)

Nickname: "Abstract BCG Butterfly"

Logo: On a black background, we see a white line draw from the left. As the camera zooms out, we see other lines draw what looks like an abstract butterfly (which are actually the letters "BC"), while light blue and aquamarine dots appear to color the wings. The letter "G" appears, surrounding the wings. After the logo is in place, a shady grey box appears in the logo, the words "THE BADHAM/COHEN GROUP" fade in, and a shady grey background fades in.

FX/SFX: The drawing, zooming, fading.

Music/Sounds: Small whoosh sounds, and a synth theme, composed by Hans Zimmer.

Availability: Very rare. Only seen at the end of the two previously mentioned movies. This logo makes a surprise appearance on an unknown program followed by Pearson Television logo. Proof exists here for a split-second: [1].

Editor's Note: None.

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