Difference between revisions of "TriStar Pictures (non-Sony)"

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{{About|the earlier independent studio|the major studio owned by Sony Pictures|TriStar Pictures}}
 
{{About|the earlier independent studio|the major studio owned by Sony Pictures|TriStar Pictures}}
   
=== (November 1979-April 17, 1980) ===
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[[File:Tri Star 1979.jpg|350px|center]]
 
[[File:Tri Star 1979.jpg|350px|center]]
 
'''Nicknames:''' "The Non-Pegasus TriStar", "The Non-Sony TriStar", "Where the Pegasus?", "Shooting Stars TriStar"
 
'''Nicknames:''' "The Non-Pegasus TriStar", "The Non-Sony TriStar", "Where the Pegasus?", "Shooting Stars TriStar"
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'''Editor's Note:''' None. The "Tristar" text might get people to laugh, but it's a harmless logo.
 
'''Editor's Note:''' None. The "Tristar" text might get people to laugh, but it's a harmless logo.
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[[Category:Film logos]]
 
[[Category:Film logos]]
 
[[Category:American film logos]]
 
[[Category:American film logos]]

Revision as of 08:01, 25 November 2021

Credits
Logo descriptions by
Logophile


Logo captures by
Logophile


(November 1979-April 17, 1980)

Tri Star 1979.jpg

Nicknames: "The Non-Pegasus TriStar", "The Non-Sony TriStar", "Where the Pegasus?", "Shooting Stars TriStar"

Logo: On a black background is the text

A TriStar Pictures Production

which appears in a white Serpentine font. Coming out of the "i" in "Tri" are three shooting stars going, up, left and right.

FX/SFX: None.

Music/Sounds: Just the opening theme to the movie.

Availability: Very rare. This TriStar company only produced two movies: The Prize Fighter and The Private Eyes starring Tim Conway and Don Knotts. Both of which were distributed by New World Pictures.

Editor's Note: None. The "Tristar" text might get people to laugh, but it's a harmless logo.

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