Logo: On a shady green background, we see a selection of multicoloured shapes (including a star, a triangle, and a beak) scattered around the screen. As soon as we open in, the shapes start to move away, spinning round as they go. After a few turns, the shapes come more together and the logo starts to take shape, then we see the shapes turning one last time to form the completed logo of a white eagle with red eyes and a star on its right side flying in front of a now blue triangle (which is supposed to be a mountain). Then the words "FIRST INDEPENDENT" quickly fade in below.
FX/SFX/Cheesy Factor: Mainly CGI animation throughout. The shapes turning away from the camera looks low-tech.
Music/Sounds: Begins with a synth sound, kind of like hearing water running below we lead out to majestic rock guitar theme and two drumbeats. The water-like synth sound returns at the end with long synthesized notes.
Availability: Quite hard to find. At the time it distributed a lot of Turner Pictures/Home Entertainment products in the UK, so it is probably more likely to be on things like Tom and Jerry: The Movie, The Wizard of Oz and Hanna-Barbera cartoons. It's also been on a VHS of City Slickers.
Scare Factor: Low, the music and animations may catch you off guard.