Enterprise Releasing

Background: Enterprise Releasing was Enterprise Films' international company which only make films only in Europe.




1st Logo
(1972-1979)

Nickname: "The Boring Enterprise Releasing"
Logo: Exactly like the 1972 Enterprise Films logo, but "RELEASING" replaces "FILMS".
Variant: On the German film Dino auf der Suche nach Dad (translated as "Dino's Search for Dad"),
the word "GERMANY" is shown below "RELEASING".
FX: None.
Music/Sounds: The opening theme of the movie or none.
Avalablity: As seen on some International releases from Enterprise Films.
Scare Factor: None.


2nd Logo
(1979-1987)

Nicknames: "The Enterprise in Space" "Floating Enterprise Releasing in Space, HUH?!"
Logo: It's exactly the same as the 1978 Enterprise Films logo, but only "RELEASING"
replaces "FILMS".
Variants: On PAL releases in Greece, the words are translated into Greek.
On the French version of The Cell of Tootie, the word "FRANCE" is
shown below "RELEASING".
On Dutch releases, the words are purple.
FX: The zooming-out.
Music/Sounds: A surprise jingle.
Avalablity: Seen only on some international releases.
Scare Factor: Low; the surprise voice may scare you as well.


3rd Logo
(1987-1988)

Nicknames: "Ickis" "Pink Enterprise Releasing Lines of Boredom"
Logo: Just like the 1986-1988 Enterprise Films logo, but the white word "RELEASING"
is shown below.
Variants: On the Spanish film Una Navidad muy Ickis (translated as "A Very Ickis Christmas"),
the word "España" is shown below "RELEASING".
On some releases in Netherlands, the text is green.
FX: None.
Music/Sounds: None.
Availablity: Rare; only seen on some International releases from Enterprise Films.
Scare Factor: None.


4th Logo
(1988-1994)

Nicknames: "The Enterprise Releasing Clapboard" "I HATE CLAPBOARDS!?"
Logo: It's only the same as the short 1987 filmed version of the Enterprise Home Video
"Clapboard in Space" logo, except "RELEASING" replaces "HOME VIDEO" and the starfield
is inact.
Variants: On some Japanese releases, the word "RELEASING" is in Japanese.
On the French version of The Case of The Fairly OddParents, the logo is enhanced
and the word "FRANCE" is seen below "RELEASING".
FX: The zoom-out and the clap.
Music/Sounds: Exactly the same as the short version of the 1987 Enterprise Home Video logo as well.
Avalablity: Extremely rare; seen only on some International releases from
Enterprise Films.
Scare Factor: NIGHTMARE!!!


5th Logo
(1994-)

Nickname: "Enterprise Releasing in Blue?"
Logo: Same as the 1987 Enterprise Films logo, except the
blue word "RELEASING" is seen below.
FX: The zoom-out.
Music/Sounds:


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