Sterling Home Entertainment
Background: Sterling Home Entertainment was a joint venture between Lions Gate and Scanbox International, a Danish film company. It was founded in 1998 to release low-budget American B-movies on VHS/DVD. It was folded into Lions Gate in 2000. Sterling Home Entertainment was also renamed as "Studio Home Entertainment" said year, until 2001 when it was folded into Lionsgate Home Entertainment.
Nicknames: "Sterling Swan", "Silver Swan", "Silver Sterling Swan"
Variant: On the trailer for Komodo, the logo is replaced by the Scanbox logo (shareholding company).
Availability: Seen on Prisoner of Love, Free Money, Southie, and Black Eagle, among others.
Studio Home Entertainment
1st (and only) logo
Availability: Can be seen on The Operator, Silent Witness, The Million Dollar Hotel, among others.