Thread: Scariest production logos/ads and other scary crap...

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    i remember being extremely scared when i saw a 3D show at Paramounts Great America when i was like 3 (i think it wasThe Last Buffalo). i remember crying my head off cuz i thought i was being charged at by a stampede of buffalo.

    for those who dont know, Great America is an amusement park in California. btw does anyone know if thats the only one in the USA
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      Quote by stantheman
      i remember being extremely scared when i saw a 3D show at Paramounts Great America when i was like 3 (i think it wasThe Last Buffalo). i remember crying my head off cuz i thought i was being charged at by a stampede of buffalo.

      for those who dont know, Great America is an amusement park in California. btw does anyone know if thats the only one in the USA


      theres many other theme parks in the US including Disney World and Six Flags.

      The V of Death scared me as a kid.
      [IMG]http://i269.photobucket.com/albums/jj57/canadianist/dancingbeat.gif[/IMG]
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        Quote by Un-touchable
        Quote by stantheman
        i remember being extremely scared when i saw a 3D show at Paramounts Great America when i was like 3 (i think it wasThe Last Buffalo). i remember crying my head off cuz i thought i was being charged at by a stampede of buffalo.

        for those who dont know, Great America is an amusement park in California. btw does anyone know if thats the only one in the USA


        theres many other theme parks in the US including Disney World and Six Flags.

        The V of Death scared me as a kid.


        What's th V of death?
        Narrator: Man lives in the sunlit world of what he believes to be reality. But... there is, unseen by most, an underworld, a place that is just as real, but not as brightly lit... a Darkside [img]http://www.danasoft.com/sig/mcluvin.jpg[/img]
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          Viacom's early to mid 80s closing logo, which had nightmarish music and a zooming V, all at a rapid pace, thus being the "V of Death" or Doom.
          [IMG]http://i269.photobucket.com/albums/jj57/canadianist/dancingbeat.gif[/IMG]
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            Here's what it sounds like!
            [img]http://i34.photobucket.com/albums/d148/mr3urious/H_3728_42.jpg[/img]

            "I'd rather be hated for who I am, than loved for who I'm not." -Kurt Cobain
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              Quote by mr3urious


              Sweet!
              Narrator: Man lives in the sunlit world of what he believes to be reality. But... there is, unseen by most, an underworld, a place that is just as real, but not as brightly lit... a Darkside [img]http://www.danasoft.com/sig/mcluvin.jpg[/img]
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                Quote by Un-touchable
                Quote by stantheman
                i remember being extremely scared when i saw a 3D show at Paramounts Great America when i was like 3 (i think it wasThe Last Buffalo). i remember crying my head off cuz i thought i was being charged at by a stampede of buffalo.

                for those who dont know, Great America is an amusement park in California. btw does anyone know if thats the only one in the USA


                theres many other theme parks in the US including Disney World and Six Flags.



                i knew that, i meant Great America specifically
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                  There was this song my parents use to listen to alot. I don't recall it's name but it had this part where they guy is in the Land of Oz and the wicked witch yells "I'll get you my pretty! And your little dog
                  toto too!" and the guy goes "I don't even have a little dog Toto..."


                  Existential blues - tom "t-bone" stankus

                  courtesy of Dr.Demento
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                    Mr. Clean commercials were scary to me
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                      Somebody mentioned the 1980's Twilight Zone intro...I'm submitting that tonight, by some coincidence.
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                        Existential blues - tom "t-bone" stankus

                        courtesy of Dr.Demento


                        Yeah I actually found out later that day. I went and found the song too. Turns out the part that freaked the crap outta me was near the very end, just before he says Existential Blues for the last time.

                        <shudders> I can't say I care for that sound any more today.
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                          The tests from the emergency broadcast system used to scare me that beeeeeeeeep!

                          I used to run to my mommy or daddy or hide in a corner and cover my ears.

                          Weird I know...
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                            Quote by RetroErica69
                            The tests from the emergency broadcast system used to scare me that beeeeeeeeep!


                            Here's what it sounded like:

                            WPIX-TV (11 Alive) EBS Test
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                              Watchign old epps of star trek at the end when they rolled the credits the last thing they would show would be this alien head with his mouth agape looking right at you. that face used to freek me out big time.
                              FABOO!

                              HUGBEES!

                              Hush little King; please don't cry
                              We're going to sing you a lullaby
                              A big scary monster man is coming for you
                              He'll gobble you up like chunky beef stew.
                              Mmmwah!
                              Goodnight!
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                                Quote by maxdrive
                                Watchign old epps of star trek at the end when they rolled the credits the last thing they would show would be this alien head with his mouth agape looking right at you. that face used to freek me out big time.


                                I defo need to see that pic.
                                [IMG]http://i269.photobucket.com/albums/jj57/canadianist/dancingbeat.gif[/IMG]
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                                  Quote by musicradio77
                                  Quote by RetroErica69
                                  The tests from the emergency broadcast system used to scare me that beeeeeeeeep!


                                  Here's what it sounded like:

                                  WPIX-TV (11 Alive) EBS Test


                                  Cool! Like I said in the opening/closing logos thread, are you gonna download that onto RJ, musicradio?

                                  That's kinda scary, but the EBS "RRRRRRRRRNT" is even scarier!
                                  [img]http://i34.photobucket.com/albums/d148/mr3urious/H_3728_42.jpg[/img]

                                  "I'd rather be hated for who I am, than loved for who I'm not." -Kurt Cobain
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                                    For more logos and jingles, click these links:

                                    http://www.retrojunk.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=7132
                                    http://csx726.tripod.com/jingles/

                                    And after you click this next link, check out the ones that are related to the logos and jingles, these also include some of the greatest moments in television history:

                                    http://sethn172.zippyvideos.com/gallery.z
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                                      The split head profile PBS logo used to give me the willies.

                                      http://www.retrojunk.com/details_commercial/1564/
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                                        Noooooooo that scary!!!
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                                          The Worldvision logo used to scare me, too!
                                          [img]http://i34.photobucket.com/albums/d148/mr3urious/H_3728_42.jpg[/img]

                                          "I'd rather be hated for who I am, than loved for who I'm not." -Kurt Cobain
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