Logo description by Logophile
Note: Not to be confused with Acme Productions.
Background: Acme Filmworks is an animation studio founded in 1990 in Hollywood, CA. One of the works they did was provide the green screen effects for Drew Carey's Green Screen Show and also animated the logo for Carey's production company International Mammoth Television.
Logo: On a dark green background, two yellow presses come from the left and right and meet at the left of the screen and form the word "Acme" (while it stretches in place) with the presses going off-screen up and down respectively. Then a vertical line of black circles appears next to "Acme" and stretches in "Film" and disappearing but the one circle with the logo inside. After that, two red rectangles come in from the left and right and form the word "works" next to the circle and leaving the rectangle. While that last bit of animation goes on, "Hollywood, CA" folds in below the logo.
FX/SFX: The animation of the press and shapes.
Music/Sounds: A bass tune with three synth notes each synched to the formation of the words.
Availability: Extinct. Appeared at the end of Drew Carey's Green Screen Show, which aired on The WB in 2004 and a year later on Comedy Central. The only place it can be seen is on old video recordings.
Scare Factor: None. The music may be boring, but there's nothing scary here.