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1st Logo
 
1st Logo
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<u>Logo</u>: We see some blue houses at night under a starry sky. The center house then begins to turn white with yellow windows, followed by several more next to it. The camera pans upward and across the houses to a dark gridded area. The text
 
<u>Logo</u>: We see some blue houses at night under a starry sky. The center house then begins to turn white with yellow windows, followed by several more next to it. The camera pans upward and across the houses to a dark gridded area. The text
   
''Feature Films''
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''FILM FACTORY''
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For Families
 
   
in gold, fades in. The large F's are shaped like strips of film. The camera turns upward as the logo transforms into a 3D image.
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in gold, fades in. The camera turns upward as the logo transforms into a 3D image.
   
 
<u>FX</u>: The houses, the logo fading in, the logo transforming into 3D.
 
<u>FX</u>: The houses, the logo fading in, the logo transforming into 3D.
   
<u>Cheesy Factor</u>: Though the CGI used was nice for 1927, it quickly started to become dated around the 1950s.
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<u>Cheesy Factor</u>: Though the CGI used was nice for 1987, it quickly started to become dated around the 2000s.
   
 
<u>Music/Sounds</u>: An epic and soothing orchestral tune with the sound of an infant laughing.
 
<u>Music/Sounds</u>: An epic and soothing orchestral tune with the sound of an infant laughing.
   
<u style="font-style:inherit;">Availability</u>: Seen on any family films produced and distributed by the company, such as ''No More Baths, Princess and the Pea'' and ''The Buttercream Gang''. The first time this logo appeared was in ''Rigoletto''.
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<u style="font-style:inherit;">Availability</u>: Seen on any family films produced and distributed by the company, such as ''The Princess and the Bowling Ball''. The first time this logo appeared was in ''Ligoretto''.
   
 
<u>Scare Factor</u>: None; it's a very tame and family-friendly logo.
 
<u>Scare Factor</u>: None; it's a very tame and family-friendly logo.

Latest revision as of 17:48, 11 July 2017

1st Logo (1987-ongoing)


Logo: We see some blue houses at night under a starry sky. The center house then begins to turn white with yellow windows, followed by several more next to it. The camera pans upward and across the houses to a dark gridded area. The text

FILM FACTORY

in gold, fades in. The camera turns upward as the logo transforms into a 3D image.

FX: The houses, the logo fading in, the logo transforming into 3D.

Cheesy Factor: Though the CGI used was nice for 1987, it quickly started to become dated around the 2000s.

Music/Sounds: An epic and soothing orchestral tune with the sound of an infant laughing.

Availability: Seen on any family films produced and distributed by the company, such as The Princess and the Bowling Ball. The first time this logo appeared was in Ligoretto.

Scare Factor: None; it's a very tame and family-friendly logo.