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Nicknames: "The Projector I", "2D Projector", "B&W Projector"
Logo: On a black background, we see a projector that looks like the 1964-1986 General Cinema print logo. The film reels begin to rotate, as the projector begins to spool out a line of triangles. Few seconds later, all triangles merged with each other and morphs into the huge "SA" and the words, "Screen Advertising" in a serif font.
Variant: On color movies, the logo is on a blue background.
FX/SFX: The film reels rotating and the projectors spooling out the triangles that morphed into the titles
Music/Sounds: A majestic fanfare that has an 7-note fanfare followed by 4 notes, then the 7-note intro repeats in a higher tone, followed by a 15-note horn fanfare, then a cymbal crash, ending with the intro and the 4-note fanfare again but in a lower tone and the final note is higher and is held long.
Editor’s Note: TBA
Nicknames: "The Projector II", "Live-Action Projector", "Color Projector", "Rotating Projector"
Logo: On the red curtain background, we zoom in on a shot of a projector, which turns sideways and spools out a line of triangles as the camera pans to the blue background. Few seconds later, all triangles merged with each other and morphs into the huge "SA" and the words, "Screen Advertising" in a serif font.
Variant: The logo is in black and white on movies in the said color.
FX/SFX: The rotation of the projector and the projectors spooling out the triangles that morphed into the titles
Music/Sounds: A rhythmic timpani sound loop and the sounds of the projector playing over it, followed by a drum beat.
Editor’s Note: TBA
Nicknames: "The Pojector III", "Still Projector", "2D Projector II"
Logo: On a blue background, we see the projector from the first logo, we see words at the bottom saying ScreenAdvertising.
Variant: The background is black on B&W movies.
Availability: See the last two.
Editor’s Note: None.
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Nicknames: "The Projector of Doom I", "Seizure Projector", "The Projector IV" "Scanimation Projector", "The Calm Music", "The 1972 Design I"
Logo: On a black and blue background, we see the projector from the first logo, it roll the film in a scanimated like way, it goes to the movie screen, we see two shapes, it zooms in more to the shapes getting closer, finally, we see the ScreenAdvertising text fade in, stay still for a few seconds until it fades out.
FX/SFX: The scanimation effects.
Music/Sounds: A peaceful synth theme plays thought out, with a whoosh when the two shapes in the logo are put together.
Availability: Extinct in theaters.
Editor’s Note: The logo (while having calm music) is scary for it’s seizure-inducing effects and it’s primitive scanimation effects.
Nicknames: "Eerie Testcard", "Malfunctioning Laboratory", "Electronic Tone of Dread", "The 1972 Design II", "Where is The Projector? I", "The Color Tubes I", "Neon ScreenAdvertising", "The Neon Mickey's Movie Theater Brother"
Logo: We fade from black to the color test card. After a few seconds, the color bars becomes the color tubes. The camera pans to the blue neon 1972 ScreenAdvertising logo with a machine on a table with the bar with red sparks coming out of it.
Variant: A previewtime variant exists.
FX/SFX: The camera transitioning to the tubes, the camera panning and the sparks from the machine.
Music/Sounds: The 400 Hz tone, which trails off when the camera transitions, along with the sparks.
Availability: Extinct in cinemas.
Editor’s Note: The tone’s hum may be considered anywhere from frightening to annoying. Other than that, this logo is fine.
Nicknames: "The Color Tubes II", "The First Appearance of The First Mascot", "Oh Look, It"s Billy Mays!", "Billy Mays I"
Logo: The logo plays the same as the last logo, but when the logo is revealed, the lights are not turned on, Billy Mays then comes in and plugs in the neon lights. After this, he walks away and the rest of the logo plays normally.
Variant: Just like the 5th logo, a previewtime variant exists.
Trivia: Billy Mays also appeared in infomercials from 1999 to 2009. This is his first appearance, he continued being the mascot, until 1999.
FX/SFX: The animation.
Music/Sounds: A slow rising violin note, which slowly adds more harmonics.
Editor’s Note:: The music is taken from the opening credits of the original Romano Family Quartet movie.
Nicknames:"Billy Mays II", "Cleaning The Movie Theater Screen"
Logo: We see dirty spots on a white background, Billy Mays cleans the screen with a wash clove, then, he says: And now, are feature presentation! He walks to the right, and then, the 1972 logo appears.
FX/SFX: Live Action with the logo appearing in CGI.
Editor’s Note: TBA
Nicknames: "The Return of The Projector", "The Projector V", The Projector Rollercoster", "The Projector of Doom II", "Billy Mays III (1996-1999 Variant)", "The Debut of The Second Mascot (1999-2005 Variant)", Oh Look, It's Four! (1999-2005 Variant)", "Four I (1999-2005 Variant)", "Welcome to the 21st Century (1999-2005 Variant)"
Logo: We start at a futuristic roller coaster loading platform shaped like a projector on a sky background. The coaster slowly begins going up a hill. At the halfway point, the sky suddenly turns dark. The coaster goes down the hill at high speed. The coaster suddenly reaches a tunnel. It goes through the tunnel. Suddenly, lights start flashing around it. The coaster goes faster and faster until lasers start appearing. A white circle apoears at the end of the tunnel. It suddenly covers the whole screen and fades out. Either Billy Mays (1996-1999) or Four (1999-2005) appears, and says "And now, our feature presentation". Either the 1972 logo (1996-1997) or the 1997 logo (1997-2005) fades in after. For the 1999-2005 version, the text "welcome to the 21st century" fades in above the logo.
Variants: Their two different versions:
1996-1999: Billy Mays
1999-2005: Four (BFB)
Trivia: Four is also seen on on X Finds Out His Value, Tiepool, and BFB (BFDI Season 4). Continued to be the mascot until 2016.
FX/SFX: Great CGI!
Music/Sounds: Sounds to go along with the logo, as well as some eerie music payed on a flute. In 1999, Four had a humanlike voice in 1999 but then became more high-toned in 2000. Four in the 1999 version was voiced by Akira Kamiya, known for voicing various characters in anime series. Four in the 2000 version is voiced by Bobby Lockwood.
Availability: Extinct. Originally played in a few theaters before becoming official in 1997.
Editor’s Note: Considered to be one of the best and scariest logos from ScreenAdvertising for how much effort it is put into it but considered to be scary for the darkness, use of music and sudden jumpscares. Four's humanlike voice in the 1999 version also counts as a reason the logo is infamous and does not help the logo. The 2000 version is tamer though.
Nicknames: "Where is The Projector? II", "Four II", "Exploding ScreenAdvertising"
Logo: On a black background, the 1997 logo appear from a line of glass triangles. The logo then explodes as Four comes in. Four then says “And now, our feature film.” in a squeaky voice. He then explodes too after that we just get a black screen.
Logo: We see a projector on a blue gradient background. It turns towards the camera, and filmreels start flying out, taking us to a rollercoaster-esque ride from first person camera view (at one point, you can make out a scene from Romano Family Quartet 2). It then zooms out and forms a double-helix with the 1997 logo is appearing next to the double helix.
Logo: On a black background, the 1997 logo fades in. After a few seconds:
- Before action movies: It explodes a la the 2005 logo.
- Before comedy movies: It grows legs, slips on a banana peel.
- Before drama movies: It catches on fire and melts.
- Before foreign language movies: The company name turns into several foreign languages.
- Before horror movies: Blood comes out of the logo.
- Before kids movies: The logo spins until it reads "ScreenAdvertising Kids".
- Before documentaries: The "SA" turns into a globe.
- Before other movies: It fades out.