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Background[]

Pontiac Film Productions is the theatrical film division of Pontiac Media Group, and one of the 5 major film studios in the Laotianlands.

Johnson Film Manufacturing Company[]

1st logo (1923-1935)[]

Logo: Just the text "JOHNSON FILM MANUFACTURING COMPANY PRESENTS", the title of the film and a copyright notice below.

FX/SFX: None

Music/Sounds: None, or the opening theme of the movie.

Availability: Rare, many films from the company are lost and only a few remain in the Pontiac Media Group library.

Editor's Note: None

Lexicon Film Productions[]

2nd logo (1935-1943)[]

Logo: On a moving sky background, we see the text "LEXICON" in 3D, with the text "FILM PRODUCTIONS" below it.

FX/SFX: 2D animation.

Music/Sounds: The opening theme of the movie

Availability: Uncommon, whilst not as rare as the previous logo, this logo is still pretty hard to come across.

Editor's Note: None

3rd logo (1943-1958)[]

Logo: We see a giant letter "L" in a slab serif font, and the text "LEXICON" on it, with the text "FILM PRODUCTIONS" below.

FX/SFX: None

Music/Sounds: The opening theme of the movie

Availability: Common, though the Pontiac Film Productions logo appears before it many times.

Editor's Note: None

Flower Pictures[]

4th logo (1958-1967)[]

Logo: We see a flower bed, then a sunflower grows from it, then the text "FLOWER PICTURES" appears on the petals, and the text "LAOTIAN CITY" appears below.

FX/SFX: Cel animation.

Music/Sounds: Silence.

Availability: Seen on films produced and distributed by the company during the period, starting with Marg-Erin's (1958)

Editor's Note: None

5th logo (1967-1979)[]

Logo: We see the same flower bed from before, but this time a petunia flower grows from it, with the text "FLOWER PICTURES" appearing on the petals, and "PROUDLY PRESENTS" appearing below.

FX/SFX: Cel animation.

Music/Sounds: A triumphant fanfare, with the sounds of rubber as the flower grows, sometimes it is silent or has the opening theme of the film.

Availability: Seen on films produced and distributed by the company during the period, starting with Several Seconds of Tribute (1967)

Editor's Note: None

6th logo (1979-1985)[]

Flower Pictures (1979-1985)

Logo: On a dark cloudy background, we see a flower with lavender petals and dark lavender spikes, the flower has the letters "FP" on it, and there is text reading "FLOWER PICTURES" in ITC Avant Garde below, the flower shines for a bit.

Variant: Sometimes, the "FP" on the flower is absent.

FX/SFX: Fading effects.

Music/Sounds: Some quiet brass notes with an arpeggiating synth, while a loud wind sound plays. Later, a bombastic synth theme plays.

Availability: Seen on films produced and distributed by the company during the period, starting with Midnight Possession (1979)

Editor's Note: None

7th logo (1985-1996)[]

Logo: On a black background, we see a neon outline of a flower with magenta petals spin itself into place, followed by a lowercase letter f, the latter having a residue trail effect, the flower and letter f shine as the flower is now filled in, with the letter f in black, we then see the word "FLOWER" zoom out into place via a residue trailing effect, and the text "PICTURES" flashes in below.

FX/SFX: Trailing effects.

Music/Sounds: A 1950s-style horn/string/percussion theme, accompanied by an 80s-style backbeat, sometimes the opening theme is used.

Availability: Seen on films produced or distributed by the company during the period, starting with Chemical Flaw Team (1985)

Editor's Note: None

8th logo (1996-2003)[]

Logo: On a black background, we see a flare, which turns into an explosion as a CGI flower appears, with the text "FLOWER PICTURES" revolving around it.

Variant: Starting 1999, a Pontiac Media Group byline appears below the logo.

FX/SFX: CGI animation.

Music/Sounds: A calming synth pad and arpeggio which then changes into a triumphant synth fanfare.

Availability: Seen on films produced or distributed by the company during the period, starting with You Can't Lake It Up! (1996)

Editor's Note: None

Pontiac Film Productions[]

9th logo (2003-2017)[]

TBA

10th logo (2017-present)[]

TBA

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