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Background: Object Home Video is an American home video company founded in 1988 by Stephen D. Wynn (1964-present), Robert J. Aronson (1963-2020), Gabriel Morales (JustFaithSilly's father) and Cameron Longree (1967-present). However, they didn't have a logo until 1989. The company distributes object shows and other videos such as non-object animated shows, live action shows, tv movies, and concerts. It was the main distributor of Guns N' Roses concerts for a long time. The company became successful and had a smaller, but well-known subsidiary called Shadowline Productions. The company was officially incorporated on December 19, 1989.

Background Trivia: In 1995, Wynn and Longree were awarded the "Outstanding Achievement in Home Entertainment Award" from the National Association for Home Media, Inc on behalf of Object Home Video.

1st Logo

Object Home Video (1989)

Object Home Video (1989)

Nickname: “Baseball on Video”

Logo: On a white background, we see Baseball over the words “OBJECT HOME VIDEO”, except “Object” is orange and “Home Video” is black.


  • Baseball Is With Soap In The Object Music Home Video Variant From 1994.
  • Baseball flipping his middle leg as a finger In the Adult Object Home Video variant from 1994.
  • The logo was designed by co-founder Cameron Longree and was selected out of 350 designs.

Variants: There is a variant reading “ObjectMusic” in place of “Object”. Look for it on a tape of The Broomer Boys, and There Is Another Variant Reading "Adult Object" in place of "Object" Look for it on a tape of Object Redundancy and other adult shows. There is also an animated version at the beginning and end of tapes, when the "OBJECT HOME VIDEO", zooming out in a trail effect in the space background,. The logo shines. and a narrator welcomes and thanks the viewer for watching. Then, it zooms out and the phone numbers for the US, Australian, and New Zealand divisions wipe in. Then, the logo returns and moves to the right, as VHS titles scroll past.

FX/SFX: None. The zooming out for the animated variant.

Music/Sounds: None. For the animated variant, "Flash", by Keith Mansfield (the pilot theme for Press Your Luck and the theme of the Australian Thorn EMI Video logo) and an American-accented announcer (Stephen D. Wynn) says in the beginning of the tapes:

  • For object shows:"Welcome to a whole new world of Object fantasy."
  • For non-object shows: "Welcome to Object Home Video."

and at the end of the tapes he says "Thanks for watching this Object/Adult Object/ObjectMusic Home Video tape. We have an exciting library of tapes for you to watch. For more information, if you're in the US, call 183-867-4382. If you're in Australia, call 0491 570 156. If you're in New Zealand, call +64-283-555-14. Thanks, and enjoy our other tapes, such as...", and then he lists off some Object Home Video tapes.

Availability: Rare. Check eBay or your local mom-and-pop store, as those tapes contain this logo. It appeared on the 1990 TV movie A Cake You Can Eat But Not Frost. The animated version is extremely rare.

2nd Logo (USA; VHS, TVD, and DVD)
(September 7, 1993-present)

Feel free to add descriptions for all variants, Sha8g, StevenYamaguchiOnDFW, MoneyMoneyMoney12 and Official Loren ;)
Object Home Video (1995)

Object Home Video (1995)

Object Home Video (1995) (EXTENDED)

Object Home Video (1995) (EXTENDED)

Object home video logo

Object home video logo

Object Home Video closing logo (REUPLOAD)

Object Home Video closing logo (REUPLOAD)

Object Home Video phone number bumper (late 1990s)

Object Home Video phone number bumper (late 1990s)

Artisan Home Entertainment Family Home Entertainment Object Home Video Providence (2000)-1

Artisan Home Entertainment Family Home Entertainment Object Home Video Providence (2000)-1

Adult Object Home Video (2001)

Adult Object Home Video (2001)

Regent Entertainment/Adult Object Home Video (2001)

Nickname: "Baseball in Space"

Logo: On a navy blue space background, a white line draws along the bottom. Suddenly, an odd white outline circle, eyes, mouth, and baseball stitches draws itself, and it's filled in to reveal Baseball from Inanimate Insanity, who stares in awe as cluster of comets shoot over his head in opposite directions. Then, a large "Object", and colored yellow-orange, flies in and settles over Baseball. A white "Home Video" then fades in below, with Baseball between both words. He then stares at them, nods his head, looks down below the line and then idles. The background and "Object" disappears before Baseball and the text does.


  • It is possible Baseball was animated by Stephen Wynn (1964-present) for original and Niall Burns (2000-present) for remastered in this logo.
  • Baseball was trademarked in November 4, 1997.


  • There is a version where the logo fades out after Baseball nods his body.
  • a byline reads “a company of LX Home Video” exists.
  • A closing version exists.
  • A Object Mayhem tapes and DVDs version exists where the logo glitches violently.
  • a Object character appears, each with their own variations.
    • Lightbulb (II): Lightbulb does her makeup.
    • Knife and Microphone (II): Microphone kicks Knife.
    • Cheesy (II): Cheesy tells a bad joke and dodges a tomato. He gives the victory sign, only to be hit by a tomato this time.
    • Paintbrush (II): Paintbrush and a giant cloth paintbrush dance, then the cloth snaps, causing them to smash up the building they're in and he covered in smoke. Paintbrush said "Will… somebody… please take over?" before he faints forward, and Baseball appears and he does an idle as the background turns to normal and Home Video fades in.
    • Fan and Test Tube (II): Test Tube meditates and levitates...towards Fan, who promptly tears apart Test Tube into bits. The very first character variant, first seen on a Christmas 1993 promo.
    • Suitcase (II): She look at the comets soaring just like him, and she sees the audience and she looks her nightmares coming out of her head and the words Object falls over her.
    • Tissues (II): Tissues Sneezes On The Word "Object".
    • Yin Yang (II): They waddle on screen, wearing a penguin onesie. In the Christmas version, Yin says “Merry Christmas from Object Home Video/Television/Play-Along/Classics!”. Yang says “GiVe mE A mArShMaLlOw NoW!”.
    • Marshmallow (II): Marshmallow waves at the audience
    • Match and Pencil (BFDI): TBA
    • Foldy and Stapy (BFB): TBA
    • Pen and Eraser (BFDI): TBA
    • Tennis Ball and Golf Ball (BFDI): TBA
    • Gelatin (BFB): TBA
    • Woody (BFDI): TBA
    • Match And Pencil (BFDI): TBA
    • Loser (BFB): TBA
    • Foldy (BFB): TBA
    • Candy (OO): Candy is seen ranting about the Globe, until he sees the viewers watching.
    • Pumpkin (OO): Pumpkin Draws The Logo With A Orange Pencil And Then Makes The Screen Black.
    • Ping Pong Ball and Disc (OO): Disc kicks Ping Pong Ball on the wall from episode 1
    • Toaster (OO): Toaster is seen jumping insanely.
    • Globe (OO): Globe looked at the viewers and Candy throws a magazine at his face (from OO EP1)
    • Soccer Ball and Marble (OO): TBA
    • Salt & Pepper (II): Salt & Pepper heckle the viewers. They are both hit by the logo which, instead of fading in, swings in. Salt says “OW!”.
    • Object Classics: TBA
    • Page Rip: Baseball rips through the sky background. "The sky is fake!?"
    • Soap (II): Soap wiping the giant word.
    • Haybale and Bandana (III): Haybale Covers Bandana With Some Hay.
    • Shell (III): TBA
    • Frank (III): TBA
    • Kumquat (III): TBA
    • Jigsaw (OM): TBA
    • Gumball (OI): Gumball ate and chews the word e on "Home" Gumball says "What Duh?".
    • Cookie (OI): TBA
    • Basketball, IPod and Mirror (OH): TBA
    • Bucket and Volleyball (OH): TBA
    • Diary and Feather: TBA
    • SharkBearBerry: TBA
    • Notebook (OM): TBA
    • Tune (OM): TBA
    • Toast (OM): TBA
    • Clay (EEE): TBA
    • and other variants. 
  • In the Adult Object Home Video logo in 1997-present, Baseball did the same idle and the words Object Home Video is still there, Then, the sky fades to red and a whistling noise is heard as Baseball saws a UFO crashes into him and explodes. and he turns evil and apparently crashes on the screen, causing Baseball to get crash onto the screen as he gives everyone a roar (he seemingly screams in protest of this explosive situation). Then, a medium "Adult", and colored yellow-orange, flies in and settles over the "Object" text.
  • There is a ”Object Play Along Video“ variant from 1999 where the words “Object” and colored yellow-orange flips word by word in the background and Baseball walks and stands right next to the word who stares in awe, and a colorful ribbon wipes in with blur and shines and reveals the words PLAY ALONG VIDEO and he does a Vanna White-like pose and winks at the audience.
  • There is a ”Object Television“ variant from 2002-present where a few silver lasers whoosh around Baseball and form a grid behind him. Then Baseball jumps and becomes a silhouette. The silhouette Baseball morphs into a silhouette version of Yin Yang. The words “Object TELEVISION” fade in.
  • An extremely rare variant exists. It is still and has the phone numbers for the US, Australian and New Zealand hotlines.
  • On the 2001 TV movie Nine Reefee Street, it uses a still version of the Adult Object Home Video variant that cuts in.
  • There is an "Object Classics" variant from 1994-present where a picture of Firey, Leafy, Bubble, Baseball (mascot), Nickel and Lightbulb, all standing together with big, goofy grins from the II S1 Ep1 assets, “flips” up and moves towards the screen. When it is in position, there is a large, cheesy-looking flash, then the “OBJECT” script logo, in red and treated pretty badly, is “wiped” in from both sides with a cheesy-looking “sparkly trail” effect. Then, after that forms, A long, elongated rounded rectangle with the words “CLASSICS” on each side, flips up.
  • There is a Christmas variant where Santa Hat is formed instead of Baseball. A snowball whooshes past him and transforms into Yin-Yang. They both hug as the words “a company of LX Home Video” fades in and the O becomes a snowflake.

FX/SFX: The line drawing itself in, Object drawing itself, Baseball appearing, and the comets and text flying over him.

Music/Sounds: Same music as the Family Home Entertainment's Paintbrush & Muppet Home Video logos in -3 low pitch and the end you hear the ending note of 1995 Everest Entertainment logo. Also used on every character variant except Paintbrush. for the closing variant of the logo a piano redition of Game Over theme from Super Mario World. The music is composed jointly by Andrew McCrorie-Shand, Luna Loud, and Sam Sharp.

Music/Sounds Variants:

  • in Adult Object Home Video logo in 1997-present and the "Paintbrush" variant: A 1-note synth theme sustains the opening note of Bandai Presents part of Bandai Emotion's 1984 theme, with chimes and wind blowing, then which is then interrupted by a metal guitar tune (the intro part from "Ten Ton Hammer" by Machine Head). Proceeding is the whoosh and "boom" of the UFO (cut from the Paintbrush variant), an alarm whooping, a red alert alarm and an ascending sci-fi whoosh. When Baseball is turning evil and roars a weird roaring scream is heard probably from him (cut from the Paintbrush variant). An old fashioned-sounding explosion is heard for the remainder. at the end the "Paintbrush" variant: when Baseball appears at the end, the ending 7 synth fanfare sustains the ending notes of the MuppetVision 3D preshow was heard after Paintbrush faints forward.
  • In Object Classics Home Video Variant: Same music as the Hanna-Barbera Home Video logo.
  • in Object Play Along Video logo from 1997-2003: Same music as the Jim Henson Play Along Video logo in -3 low pitch.
  • in Object Television logo from 2002-present: A short version of the 1995 logo.
  • The phone number variant has Stephen Wynn doing the spiel. A variant was discovered in 2019 where Cameron Longree reads it instead.

Availability: You might spot on Various Object Home Video shows starring Inanimate Insanity, BFDI, Object Illusion, Object Havoc, Object Overload and various object show characters and others (except Object Redundancy, Become Woody, and other adult show tapes) tapes and DVD's with this logo while a Variant shows Adult Object Home Video logo spotted on Object Redundancy, Become Woody, and other adult show tapes and DVD's. Also appeared on non-object shows such as The Adventures of Steve, No Contracts, NqoNqaine, the 1998 TV movie Brennan's Escape from Parties and Adoption Centers and the 2001 TV movie Nine Reefee Street. Seen on releases that are distributed by Live Home Video, Artisan Entertainment, Family Home Entertainment, Family Home Entertainment Kids, Hallmark Home Entertainment, Columbia TriStar Home Video, Sony Music Entertainment (the logo before the OHV logo), NBC Home Video, Sony Wonder, Dimension Home Video, Random House Home Video, Warner Home Video, HBO Home Video, CD Video, Vegas Video, BodyVision, WarnerVision Entertainment, CBS/FOX Video, MPI Home Video, Rhino Home Video, Wizard Video, PPI Entertainment, Sterling Entertainment Group, CDT Corporation Home Video, Viz Video and Anchor Bay Entertainment. releases and Some Australian tapes released by PBV Video and Varus Video may also use this logo (or might use the first one instead), as well as British tapes released by Entertainment in Video, CIC Video, Warner Home Video, CBS/FOX Video, Virgin Video and Video Collection International and Canada tapes released by Alliance Atlantis, HGV Video Productions, Cineplex Odeon Home Video, Motion International, Twin Dolphin Filmed Entertainment and Malofilm Video.

Editor's Note: The animation is cheap, on top of the fact that the extended version has the error of having object that don't disappear when the logo ends (its worse considering they don't fade out), but it's a nice mix of traditional animation and computer animation.

3rd Logo

Nickname: "The CBS-FOX Morph & Marquee"

Logo: The animation for the CBS/FOX Video logo animates as normal complete with music. However, all of a sudden the black stone background changes to a blue-red gradient background, then, as the CBS/FOX logo flies and rolls to the top left, rings and the letters in the orange word "Object", in the same font as the previous logo from 1995, but colored yellow-orange, fly in all over the screen, but then they settle down to the center, and an oblong shape flies in When the logo is complete, the oblong shape has chasing lights on it, like a marquee you see at a theater.

Variant: A version without the CBS/FOX Video logo exists.

FX/SFX: All the animation in the logo.

Music/Sounds/Voice-over: Same music as the 1995 logo but with a few add tinkling sounds at the end, and accompanied with the announcer (Stephen Wynn) saying: "Don't miss coming attractions at the end of this cassette!". The variant has a jazzy theme.

Availability: Very rare. As It's Seen on old CBS/FOX Video releases of object shows. The variant appears on 2 TV movies: Cliffs of Virginia and Five Eyes of Hell.

4th Logo (Australia)

Object Home Video (Australian Variant)

Object Home Video (Australian Variant)

Logo: On a black background, the outline of the Object Home Video logo draws in, glowing. The rest of the logo does the same thing. The lines explode, and the colored logo zooms in.


  • A In-space variant also exists.
  • A short variant also exists.
  • An extended variant also exists.
  • A Object Television variant also exists.
  • A Object Play A Long Video variant also exists.

FX/SFX: CGI Animation.

Music/Sounds/Voice-over: Same music as the 1995 logo. The extended variant has the Object Home Video promo music.

Availability: Extremely Rare, It Is Seen On Australian Releases Of Object Shows and the 2004 TV movie "Secret Hours".

Editor's Note: The extended variant is a whopping 59 seconds long!

5th Logo (Blu-ray)

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Logo: On an off-white background, paint strokes form a space background. The camera zooms in to see more strokes forming the rest of the logo. two white lines appear and move across the picture vertically from the center, sharpening the picture and forming the silver text: HIGH DEFINITION which zooms out into place. The stars twinkle and the "OBJECT" text shines before the logo fades out. 

Trivia: This logo was animated by Cameron Longree using water colors on a matte background. 

Variant: A screensaver variant exists which only has the twinkling stars. 

FX/SFX: Impressive animation! 

Music/Sounds: An extended and reimagined version of the 1993 logo's theme and a few loud whooshes and shining sounds. None for the screensaver variant.

Availability: Used in tandem with the 1993 logo on Blu-Rays. It was first used on the enhanced Blu-Ray version of Nine Reefee Street. The screensaver is only seen while the Blu-Ray loads. 

Editor's Note: The animation is a major improvement over the 1993 logo.

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