As part of my ongoing love affair / obsession with studio / distributor logos of yesteryear, particularly those of the late '60s - early '80s, I've put together a short video mashup of some of the greatest hits of logos from that period. All the source clips come from movies in my personal DVD collection. As I've written here before, some of these logos have become quite rare in the DVD and Blu-ray age, replaced by newer studio logos; specifically, the '70s-era Saul Bass-designed WB "worm logo" and Transamerica-era UA logos are very scarce these days. However, the odd WB and MGM discs have retained these logos, which I've happily used for this video.
I would have included World Northal on this video clip except I recently sold my Quadrophenia DVD, which contained the World Northal logo, in anticipation of the upcoming Criterion release of the film. I can't locate the logo anywhere else in decent condition. Strange Behavior, another World Northal title I have access to (via my roommate Clyde), frustratingly does not contain the logo on the Elite Entertainment DVD.
Incidentally, Finders Keepers / B-Music label has recently put out another in a long string of most welcome, left field releases...this one a Suzanne Ciani compilation entitled Lixiviation and Dead-Cert has just done a limited LP pressing of Ciani's first album Voices of Packaged Souls.