Background: It was an animated studio situated in Rach Giá, South Vietnam.
FX/SFX: The animation on this logo...
Cheesy Factor: Which is now very dated and typical 50's standards, but that was professional for the time.
Music/Sounds: Sounds that go with the logo along with a snippet of an out-of-print fanfare.
Availability: Seen on Vietnam's first animations, such as The Broken Glass and The Legend of Cam Oi. Don't expect to see this on it's tests and first feature film, because it has a copyright notice on the bottom of the title.
Scare Factor: Low to medium. Although the animation is quite psychedelic, this cannot be though by a scare for a numerous amount of Vietnamists. It has been a favourite of many.
Cheesy Factor: The animation and the effects themselves are totally considered to be crazy enough to manipulate people, but that's all about it when those days were optimist at the time.
Music/Sounds: A radio sound then a 7-note cacophonic traditional Vietnamist fanfare.
Availability: Again, seen on their films of the time. The variant was spotted on Phat Thien Ninh Sat Biac Thang, but this was never preserved.
Scare Factor: Low to medium, bordering on high.