Showtime Australia -PayTV service -1995-2012

1995-2000
Lineups, Promos, Feature Movie Logo & Classification Screen

2000-2003
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Lineup/Ident/Classification Warning 2002:

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Random caps from 1996:

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“Showtime is Movies” Promo:

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Random Caps from 2001:


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Showtime Movie News:
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Opener

Closer


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Showtime 2 Promo (not complete):

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May 1999

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“The Directors Cut Tuesday” Preview:


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I also remember for a time on Showtime they had “Extras” - interviews with actors, directors, cinematographers etc. played over the closing credits of movies. It was sponsored by Toyota. I know that 90% of people have no interest in closing credits and change channels when they are on, but in my opinion putting content over closing credits is disrespectful towards those who made the movie, and towards people who want to hear the exit music playing over them and to see what songs were used in the movie, and who did what. Optus Vision’s movie channels did the same but put promos of upcoming movies over closing credits. And now all the commercial free to air networks don’t bother with closing credits, after the final scene it’s the logos of the production company and studio, then on to the next programme.

January 1999
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Despite having access to the 20th Century Fox, Columbia/Sony, Universal, Paramount and Icon film libraries, Showtime used to air a lot of cheap telemovies and other obscure films no one has heard of a lot, mainly in daytime slots.

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