Nickname: "Gold NHT"
Logo: On a black background, we see the words "NHT Video" zooming out. It turns gold, and at the bottom "ENTERPRISES" appear in blue.
Variant: There is a B&W variant for old films.
FX/SFX/Cheesy Factor: The zooming-out and the fading-in of "ENTERPRISES". Pretty good and nice animation for it's time.
Music/Sounds: A synthesized "WHIRR" sound followed by a trumpet fanfare with 7 synth chords.
Avaliblity: Rare. It's seen on many VHS and the first Betamax releases. The best way to find this logo is releases from documentaries. On VHS clamshell cases, the best design is the logo inside a red box, which will have this logo intact. Other companies will use a different logo instead.
Scare Factor: Low; the synthesized "WHIRR" and the animation may get to some. But the Next logo is much Worse...
Nickname: "NHT in Space", "NHT of Doom", "Space"
Logo: On a space background, we see many planets and stars. Then 10 seconds into the logo, an orange comet explosion is seen. It explodes, and then it reveals "NHT Video" in a weird, ugly font.
Variant: There is a closing version of this logo. The closing version has an announcer saying "The best in home video entertainment, NHT Video.".
FX/SFX: The orange comet exploding, revealing "NHT Video".
Cheesy Factor: The comet exploding is REALLY choppy, even worse than the last logo.
Music/Sounds: A synth theme throughout, then a synthesized explosion, and then a twinkle to close the logo out.
Avaliblity: Rarer then the opening version of this logo. It's found on many VHS and early DVDs of children's entertainment. This is surprisingly found on Big, Tall, and Small 2006 DVD.
Scare Factor: High to nightmare. The explosion is REALLY choppy and in-your-face, along with the creepy synth theme. None to low for the closing variant. Unless the Announcer scares you