Background: Organized by the EFIB (Empresa de Filmes Inter Brasileiros), Lough Felyward Studios was a studio founded by Lough Felyward and a numerous amount of british friends on 1899. On 1974, it went inactive because of serious problems. It didn't use an animated logo until 1944.
Cheesy Factor: The animation is very rough, busy and stylistic and for the final result it just looks weird. This is an obvious product of it and it's going to get outdated from over 70 years from now.
Music/Sounds: A trumpet fanfare which gets more bombastic at the end. This was composed by Sadário Lobato, Portugal-born Brazilian compositor.
Availability: Very rare, seen on their films of the time, such as O Tempo Está Caiendo.
Scare Factor: Medium to high. The next logo is only worse.
Cheesy Factor: TBA
Music/Sounds: Sounds that accompain with the logo (the screech of an eagle, some synth sounds and whooshes, very loud wind rustling), which segue into a 20-second British fanfare with some parts of melody combined with some Brazilian melodies, which gets uplifted until we see the final result, which it's final note is held, and ends with a loud, collosal-pitched gong.
Scare Factor: Low to high.