In 1987, the company launched a short film found at the beginning (or possibly the end) of its Just for Kids tapes. In it, three kids are seen playing with toys in their backyard while a fourth searches through his VHS collection (all from the company) in the living room. When he finds the tape he wants, he puts the tape in the VCR, then heads back to his couch. At this point the logo for Celebrity Home Entertainment (consisting of the word "Celebrity" in a cursive font and colored pink over a black/blue gradient background, along with the words "Home Entertainment" in Arial font and colored white) appears in animated form on the TV. It then cuts back to the kids in the backyard, who then run into what appears to be a small hallway, peeking into the living room, at which point, the boy says "Hey, look what Celebrity's doing Just for Kids!". The other kids then sit on the couch and watch TV, at which point the logo zooms in to the viewer, and the rest of the animation continues as normal. It is not known where in America the clip was made, though Northern or Central California may be the most logical. This clip featured the founder's son, Noel Bloom, Jr in their living room. Many of the videos also have bookends featuring Noel Jr. introducing the video, and demonstrating the tracking adjustment on your VCR should it become necessary, as well as introducing a clip section at the end of the video featuring clips from other "Just For Kids" titles.
According to this document, the company filed for bankruptcy protection in 1991 and closed down completely in 1997. Today, all of their releases are now out of print (although some can still be bought new), and the company no longer exists.