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Background: TBA

1st Logo

(1909-1932)

Logo: Not really a logo. Just a disclaimer saying the company's name on Bengali and "Presents", translated in the bottom.

Variant: Sometimes the background would be overly distorted.

FX/SFX: The overly scratchy prints.

Cheesy Factor: TBA

Music/Sounds: The opening theme of the movie. Sometimes it would be extremely distorted.

Availability: Seen on their films of the time.

Scare Factor: Low to nightmare. High to nightmare for the distorted variant.

2nd Logo

(1932-1951)

Logo: TBA

FX/SFX: Everything is live action, in addition of the texts.

Cheesy Factor: Still the company name is a lie.

Music/Sounds: The opening theme of the movie.

Music/Sounds Variant: After 1949, They decided to do their own music, which is an Hindi traditional fanfare which transitions into a triumphant one.

Availability: Seen on their films of the time.

Scare Factor: Medium. It depends on this so-called "logo" even being tamer than the first one.

3rd Logo

(1951-1964)

Logo: On a dark gray background, we see from left to right: Retoree, Cyan and Chuchu being sad, and with the camera being barely closed up to them. A spotlight comes in from the top center part of the logo. The name of the company doesn't appear. The screen then fades to black.

Variant: A dark variant also exists.

FX/SFX: None.

Cheesy Factor: TBA

Music/Sounds: A man speaking a religious phrase in Hindi.

Availability: Seen on their movies of the time.

Scare Factor: Medium to high.

4th Logo

(1965-1973)

Logo: We see the same characters in the same order, but instead of being sad. Cyan and Chuchu have a happy face, and Retoree is serious, and we're more closed up to them. The background is now white. Like before, the name of the company does not appear in any way.

FX/SFX: None.

Cheesy Factor: This is one of the longest film company logos ever, since it clocks around 1 minute and 52 seconds! But, was it that necessary to make it really long? Seriously, the man's dialogue seems a lot more longer when you compare it to other Indian logos with speaking or singing, which are at least shorter than this. If we ever had the chance to remove that, now you have a logo that is not really boring as we can get to see the movie faster than before. Like those other logos, they didn't appear until they premiered in 2013!

Music/Sounds: A 4-note melody with a xylophone with some notes from a sitar. Then, a deep voice of an announcer speaks in Hindi throughout the rest of the logo, with no instruments.

Availability: Seen on their films of the time.

Scare Factor: None to medium. It depends on the man speaking so creepy and the length of this logo.

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