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Logo descriptions and captures by: Tobyisback45

Background: Good Luck Pictures is the film-releasing subsidiary of Nijian media conglomerate Good Luck Studios.

Gokan Lukeri Pictures[]

1st Logo

(1917-1932)

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Logo: On a black background, we see white text saying "GOKAN LUKERI". Below it is white, spaced-out and old-style text saying "PICTURES". Below the "PICTURES" text is text in the same font as "PICTURES" saying "PRESENTS".

FX/SFX: None.

Music/Sounds: None or the opening theme of the film.

Availability: Ultra rare. Seen on films by Gokan Lukeri Pictures from 1917 to 1932, but its films from the 1910's and some from the 1920's are lost, due to a fire in the Gokan Lukeri Pictures building.

Editor's Note: None.

2nd Logo

(1932-1953)

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Logo: On a black background, white, stenciled text saying "GOKAN LUKERI" zooms out. After the zoom-out, white, spaced-out text in the Arial font saying "PICTURES" fades in.

FX/SFX: The zooming out of the "GOKAN LUKERI" text and the fade in of the "PICTURES" text.

Music/Sounds: Same as the 1st logo.

Availability: Rare. Seen on films by Gokan Lukeri Pictures from 1932 to 1953.

Editor's Note: None.

GL Pictures[]

(1953-1977)

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Nicknames: "Connected GL"

Logo: On a black background, the red letters "G" and "L" come from the left and right. They then connect together and they flash. After the connection, white text fades in below the letters saying "PICTURES".

Variant: A still version of the logo exists that can be seen at the end of films by GL Pictures.

FX/SFX: The letters connecting together and the fade in of the "PICTURES" text.

Music/Sounds: Same as the 2 Gokan Lukeri Pictures logos.

Availability: Rare. Seen on films by GL Pictures from 1953 to 1977. It can also be found on VHS's and DVD's of films released by the company during the period.

Editor's Note: None.

Good Luck Pictures[]

1st Logo

(1977-1989)

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Nicknames: "Golden Stonehenge"

Logo: On a black background, a white outline of Stonehenge gets drawn. After the outline is done getting drawn, Stonehenge flashes and turns golden. A moon then rises behind Stonehenge and after that, red text saying "GOOD LUCK" zooms in and white, spaced-out text below it saying "PICTURES" fades in.

Variant: A still version of the logo exists that can be seen at the end of films by Good Luck Pictures during the period.

FX/SFX: The outline of Stonehenge gettting drawn, the flash of Stonehenge, the moon rising and the text zooming in and fading in.

Music/Sounds: A rising bass, which is followed by a synth disco theme when Stonehenge flashes.

Availability: Uncommon. Seen on films by Good Luck Pictures during the period.

Editor's Note: The flash may surprise some, but its otherwise fine for what it is. It also has its fans, but its not as popular as the next logo is, so be prepared for that logo because its considered their best logo.

2nd Logo

(1989-2001)

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Nicknames: "Golden Stonehenge II", "Aesthetic Stonehenge"

Logo: On a black background, white text fades in saying "THE BIGGEST FILM COMPANY IN NIJI". Then, the text fades out and pink horizontal and vertical lines are drawn to form a grid. The camera then pans up to show a night sky with polygonal mountains. A star then comes into the scene, followed by another star. The 2 stars then collide and a bright flash occurs. We then see a outline of the Good Luck Pictures logo zooming into the screen. The background then fades out, the outlined logo stops zooming in and colours itself in. The logo then flashes, revealing a pink and white moon with a golden Stonehenge, shiny red text saying "GOOD LUCK" and white, spaced-out text saying "PICTURES".

Variant: See above.

FX/SFX: All of the animation in the logo.

Music/Sounds: A new-age theme.

Availability: Very common. Seen on many films released by Good Luck Pictures during the period.

Editor's Note: Although the bright flash may surprise some, this logo is definitely a fan-favourite for many Nijians and even 1980's fans.

3rd Logo

(2001-2017)

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Nicknames: "Golden Stonehenge III", "Space Stonehenge"

Logo: Like the last logo, white text fades in saying "THE BIGGEST FILM COMPANY IN NIJI". Then, a bright flash occurs and we zoom through various galaxies. Then, half of the Good Luck Pictures logo forms, the shading around the moon being blue this time. The red "GOOD LUCK" text then zooms in letter-by-letter and after that, the white, spaced-out "PICTURES" text fades in.

Variant: See the 1st logo.

FX/SFX: All the animation in this logo, which looks amazing.

Music/Sounds: A orchestral fanfare.

Availability: See above.

Editor's Note: Not as popular as the last logo, but again, it still has its fans.

4th Logo

(2017-)

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Nicknames: "Golden Stonehenge IV", "Aesthetic Stonehenge II", "Centennial Stonehenge"

Logo: A modern update to the 2nd logo, but with a bit more action. As with the 2nd and 3rd logos, white text fades in saying "THE BIGGEST FILM COMPANY IN NIJI". We then see brief flashes of the grid from the 2nd logo. The camera then pans up to reveal the same night sky from the 2nd logo, but with no mountains and a sun. The same 2 stars from the 2nd logo then come down from the sun and the camera pans to reveal the mountains from the 2nd logo. The 2 stars then collide, a bright flash occurs and parts of the Good Luck Pictures logo rise up. When the parts finish rising up, the logo flashes and the background fades out.

Variants:

  • A version of the logo exists with golden text below the logo in the Times New Roman font saying "100TH ANNIVERSARY". This was used on films from 2017.
  • See the 1st logo.

FX/SFX: Similar to the 2nd logo, but updated for the modern era.

Music/Sounds: A remix of the 2nd logo's music, done to be more vaporwave-like.

Availability: Current. Seen on recent Good Luck Pictures releases.

Editor's Note: Same as the 2nd logo. Its also a cool remake of the company's 2nd logo.

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