Background: The Kaufman Company was a company founded by TriStar Pictures' founder Victor Kaufman, the company mostly focuses on low-budget parody films, with the first one being The Gangster Cats.
Nickname: "The Samuel Goldwyn Company Rip-Off"
Logo: On a blue background, we see the word "Kaufman" writing itself in Victor Kaufman's handwriting font, then the text "THE" and "COMPANY" appear with the first one appearing on the left and the second appearing on the right. The TriStar Pictures byline appears below.
FX/SFX: The drawing and the texts fading in.
Cheesy Factor: It looks like The Samuel Goldwyn Company logo and why with the Seven Arts theme?
Music/Sounds: The 1990 Seven Arts theme.
Availability: Rare. See on their films from 1994-1998. With the first one with this logo being The Gangster Cats.
Scare Factor: None to minimal. it may range to low if you don't like text drawing by itself. But it's nothing compared to the next logo...
Logo: On a military base, we see several lasers rising from the base, they then shoot at the screen when the laser sound starts to play. Then it turns into a black background with the text saying "THE KAUFMAN COMPANY" with the same TriStar byline appearing under the text.
FX/SFX: Good CGI animation good for the 1990s and the 2000s.
Chessy Factor: But why with the 1992 Seven Arts theme?!
Music/Sounds: The music mentioned above.
Availability: Uncommon. Seen on The Gangster Cats Are Back and other films.
Scare Factor: High to Nightmare. The lasers aiming at the screen and the music will scare some.
Final Note: The Kaufman Company declared bankruptcy after the release of Chuck Sweet.