Background: TWE Family Pictures (also known as "TWE Family Pictures") was the family production/distribution arm of Trans World Entertainment established in 1989 to produce movies for a kids and family audience. It closed in 2017.
(December? 1989-December 27, 1997)Edit
Nicknames: "TWE Ribbon", "A Logo That Could Be On An Airline Brand", "Airline Logo", "Trans World Airlines"
Logo: On a space background (look closely and you can see stars when the logo forms), we see a Tron-like grid with a fuchsia glow above it. As we go above the grid, a red and blue ribbon appears and makes a stylized "W". Smaller ribbons extend out of the main ribbon to form a "T" and an "E". "FAMILY PICTURES" appears below the "TWE". The logo then "sparkles".
FX/SFX: The grid, the ribbon moving, and the sparkling.
Music/Sounds: A six-note synthesized jingle that contains a section that sounds a lot like Viacom's "V of Doom" jingle (only it ends on a different note). Another variant that was seen on Impact HD's print of Ator 3: Iron Warrior had the MGM lion roar playing instead due to sloppy plastering.
Availability: Appeared on Family Movies: Wizards of the Lost Kingdom II and Tamagotchi Video Adventures in VHS. Can be seen on the ABC in Hulu along with 20th Century Fox such as Wizards of the Lost Kingdom II.
Scare Factor: Low.
(December? 1997-April 28, 2017)Edit
Nicknames: "TWE Ribbon II", "One Crazy Dot"
Logo: On a white background, we see the print Trans World Entertainment logo in black a background, a red and blue ribbon appears and makes a stylized "W". Smaller ribbons extend out of the main ribbon to form a "T" and an "E". we see the TWE Ribbon and a dot turns the text "TWE TRANS WORLD ENTERTAINMENT" to "TWE FAMILY PICTURES".
FX/SFX: Nice CGI!
Music/Sounds: Bouncy sound effects.
Availability: Seen on films during this period until this logo's retirement in 2017. Appeared on Family Movies: Tamagotchi Video Adventures, Tamagotchi: The Movie, Tamagotchi: Happiest Story in the Universe! and Eiga Tamagotchi: Himitsu no Otodoke Dai Sakusen! in VHS.
Scare Factor: None, it's a funny logo.