Background: Kyjobujé was a film company based on Sao José-SC founded by Zumbi Kistejé and Mariana Padroeira, both pioneers on feature film animation logos.
Trivia: The bird shown in this logo is the Jonájsubipa (Red Killer Of Many Integrions on english translator), "papagaio" who habited for many years on the cisplatinian center of South America.
FX/SFX: The archer (This would be later thieved for Safari Sinar Sakti Film, Yapinimbé Agencia Internacional de Cinema, Gullwood Productions and Synth Video, among more portuguese companies) throwing an arrow, the arrow spinning through the ball, along with some shapes and lines accompanying it, along with the revelation of the bird and the appearance of each syllable zooming in. Then the logo flashes and zooms out.
Cheesy Factor: Though the animation was very proffesional during the 50's, it started to reek on cheesiness on it's last years of life. The archer well didn't meant to be stolen, it was an original idea that many brazilians asked to do before films. The bird's scheme though looks very ugly though it was likely intentional, and this was the only logo to be completed. Nothing of the shapes look like shapes, they look like lines stranded on many lines, and so on.
Scare Factor: Medium to high.