Logo description by mr3urious
Logo captures courtesy of ThatLogoDude Editions by Hoa and MegaAveron25
Background: Morris Video was a film distributor located in Redondo Beach, California. Morris Video was founded in the early 1980s by George and Dawn Morris. The company released a wide variety of instructional films on VHS and Beta.
Nicknames: "MV Combo", "The Voice of Hell"
Logo: On a black background, we see several purple/blue/pink lines appearing up and down, forming a TV tube shape (similar to the Qintex logo) with an M inside it. Then, a gold streak/ribbon wraps around the M, making the letter the script letter V and looking like a streak/ribbon that used in Wave 3 icons of every single Windows Live services (i.e. Windows Live Movie Maker, Windows Live Messenger (now Skype), Windows Live Hotmail (now Outlook.com)). "MORRIS VIDEO" in Retro Stereo Wide font, colored blue-purple, appears below and glows brightly. The whole thing zooms out and dissolves away.
FX/SFX: The TV tube forming, the dissolving effect. It's pretty nice animation for 1984.
Music/Sounds: A creaking synth bass with a whoosh followed by an announcer saying "Morris Video" in a deformed voice.
Availability: Can be seen on Morris Video releases of children's material and instructional videos, such as Super Bowling.
Scare Factor: Medium. The music, announcer and the zoom out may scare a few people.