Background: This was the company of former Brazilian Producer Fidencio Clarent.
FX/SFX: The "FA" zooming out, the thunders, the logo appearing with an atom exploding, technically everything on this logo.
Cheesy Factor: Off the charts, this has extremely outdated animation and effects, and the thunder was inexcusable and unforgivable. The text seems cheap too, as it seems like a competitor to another cheesy logos, such as Argentinian logos. If you though some poor countries on home video wasn't enough to steal something, the creator of this logo stole most of the things from the Firman Abadi logo, which counts as an act of theft. That explains how beyond cheesy the logo is!
Music/Sounds: A very loud whoosh is heard, along with a repeatable bombastic fanfare consisting of only 4 beats, which gets jarringly cut by a thunder and gets somewhat high pitched. It segues fading into a collosal happy-sounding fanfare, and then it jarringly cuts to a high-pitched gong.
Availability: Unknown. Seen on films from the time. We don't know which films used this logo, however, or how rare they are.
Scare Factor: High, beacuse of the climax-like nature of the logo, the FA zooming out to us and then zooming in, the thunder and some other things we cannot explain. This logo should not be watched at night, though, but you must laugh at they stole the concept from another logo.