1st logo (1984-1991)
Nicknames: "The Drawing LE" "The Lynch LE" "The Forming LE"
Logo: On a black background, a blue formed acute angle L draws in from the top-right, then a blue square grows to reveal three little parallelograms from the right, so that the logo appears to be a stylized "LE" in blue. The word "LYNCH" (in yellow) fades in, then the word "ENTERTAINMENT" (in gray) fades in.
FX/SFX: The drawing animation of the logo.
Music/Sounds: The 2003 C2 Pictures logo music was called The 1984 Lynch Entertainment fanfare.
Availability: Seen on 1984-1991 VHS releases from that era. First seen on Jerusalem Guards, Nashville Population 21, The Shepherd of Bethlehem, Coyote Summer, Just In Time, Scamper The Penguin, On Our Own, Willy The Sparrow, Moses in Command, and Dangerous Robot. The last VHS release to use this logo was Alan & Naomi.
Scare Factor: None.
2nd Logo (1991-present)
Nicknames: "CGI Lynch LE" "CGI Forming LE"
- Opening: On a black background, a blue parallelogram angled diagonally comes from the top of the screen, then another one, angled horizontally comes from the bottom of the screen. Then three little parallelograms comes from the left of the screen, and place themselves to the right of the two parallelograms. The first two connect to each other, forming an acute angle "L" with three little parallelograms to the right, so that the logo appears to be a stylized "LE." Below, "LYNCH ENTERTAINMENT" fades in. The logo shines 6 times.
- Closing: Same as the opening variant, but the animation speeds up and the logo shines once.
FX/SFX: The CGI animation of the logo
- Opening: Same as the 1st logo.
- Closing: The 1984 Lynch Entertainment fanfare is shortened.
Availability: Currently seen on VHS and DVD releases from that era. The first VHS release to use this logo was The Promise. This logo can be seen on the 1995 VHS reprint of Scamper The Penguin.
Scare Factor: None. This logo is an all-time favorite.