Nickname: What's This?
Logo: On a black background, there is a white outlined box that features a black & white picture of a boy with glasses wearing an old-style hat on the right side of the picture. Behind him is a city where it also has four airplanes flying in the air with four searchlights. On the bottom, we see the words: PЯOPAGAИDA F I L M S
in black lettering inside a white box to represent a cote-out. There is a thick black line in between that separates the names. The letters "R" and "N" in the word, "PROPAGANDA" are turned backwards. The word "FILMS" is spaced out to fit the width of "PЯOPAGAИDA".
- An in-credit version can be seen in Paula Abdul: Under My Spell Tour on VHS and Laserdisc
- At the end of Bon Jovi: Live In London, the colored European version of the logo appears with "IN ASSOCIATION WITH" below.
Availability: Less common. However, it has been seen on various films produced and/or distributed by Propaganda Films from 1988 to 2002, such as Kalifornia, Sleepers, and the first two Candyman films, among others. Was also known to appear on their releases of live concerts, such as the ones described in the Variants section.
Scare Factor: None. However, it's raised to medium for its appearance on Hotel Room, because it precedes the Asymmetrical Productions logo.