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Nu Ventures Video Edit
Nickname: "Universal Rip-off"
Logo: On a space background, we see the globe moving with the words "NU VENTURES VIDEO".
FX/SFX: The globe moving.
Availability: Uncommon to rare. Could be found on a 1994 VHS release of the ridiculous Kato Kaelin beach comedy Beach Fever.
Scare Factor: None.
Penguin Home Video Edit
1982-1990 EditNickname: "The Penguin"
Logo: On a black background, a live-action clip of a penguin "flips" into the screen. In the clip, the penguin is looking around, turning its head. The text ''Penguin HOME VIDEO'', with ''PENGUIN'' in the Blippo Black font, is superimposed onto the screen, with what looks like an abstract penguin drawing on the right. All the text and the penguin symbol are in yellow. Then it "flips" out.
Variant: There's a variant without the background and it's still. Same flipping.
FX/SFX: The flipping, the live-action clip, the drawing of the abstract penguin, the flip out. None for the 1980s version.
Cheesy Factor: The graphics are your typical cheesy chyron effects, and the music is so hard to hear.
Music/Sounds: An extremely cheesy big-band synthesizer tune played at a low volume. None for the 1980s version.
Availability: Rare. Seen on old workout videos from Pat Boone in the 1980s. Look on eBay. The 1980s version found on the VHS of Tell Me Why?
Scare Factor: Low. The image is an eyesore to look at. As for the 1980s version, none.
Superior Home Video Edit
Logo: On a black background, we see the print logo with the word "www.SuperiorVideo.com".
Music/Sounds: The end theme of a program (as seen in Lots & Lots of Trains).
Availability: Rare. Can be found on VHS copies of Lots & Lots of Trains (both volumes)
Scare Factor: None.