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Background: Teleworld was a television syndicator. This company also held television distribution rights to some of the American International Pictures library (specifically, those retained by the respective estates of AIP founders James Nicholson, currently unavailable in any format, and Samuel Z. Arkoff, currently licensed to AMC and Lionsgate).

(1965-1970?)[]

Logo: On a space background, a white circle with a "T" in the middle zooms in, along with the words “DISTRIBUTED BY TELEWORLD,INC.” on the bottom.

FX/SFX: Zooming effects.

Music/Sounds: The ending theme of the film.

Availability: Seen on syndicated prints of Harlow and The College Girl Murders.

(1983-1990's)[]

Logo: As we pan through a black space atmosphere, a dark but spotlit Earth spins around. As the Asian continent passes, a yellow circle with the letter "T" cutting out some of it swipes in and settles, while the words "DISTRIBUTED BY TELEWORLD, INC." appear at the bottom of the screen. The Earth becomes black as the North American continent passes, before we cut to black.

FX/SFX: The spinning Earth, and the circle swiping in and settling, along with the appearance of the words.

Music/Sounds: A timpani roll which ends with a higher note.

Availability: Unknown, seen on 80s copies of syndicated AIP movies. The black and white variant appears on The Undead when shown on MeTV's Svengoolie.

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