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Vocaloid Films is an American production and distribution company founded in 1916 founded by the Vocaloids who time traveled, though it dates back to a magazine first published in 1786 as Asari And Co. It distributes prints of TV shows from the still-operating Argosy Media, and also distributes prints from various movie companies throughout the country. As early as 1901, it has started making their own Television movies and television shows. During the 1970s and 1980s, a limited number of Hatsune Miku Productions movies listed Vocaloid Home Video as their distributor. Argosy Media also distributed JackNJellify shows and some shows produced by Kaicey Video (UK), Kenny Video (France), and MeggyAndTari as well. From 2009 through April 21, 2010, and from early 2012 to the present, most releases from Vocaloid Films were distributed by Director JJ Television and SocknHop.

In 1916, the Vocaloids time-traveled to the year, and decided to stay in that period for 5 months to work in the studio before someone bought it and throughout the 1920s and late 2010's to the present day. They decided to call it Vocaloid Films in order for people to remember them. Anyway, on August 30, 2020, the Mikudayo estate bought The Vocaloid Entertainment Company and its subsidiaries from Angry Karen Association, Inc. for $75,000,000.

VocaFilms has been recognized as a pioneer in new media. It was one of the first production companies to have its own website, dating back to 1994. In 2000, VocaFilms started putting movies and series on its website in RealVideo format (changed to Windows Media in 2002, MP4 in 2006, and WebM in 2017). In 2009, VocaFilms started uploading full episodes and movies to YouTube, DailyMotion, and Vimeo. Argosy launched its LinkedIn account in 2014.

The various Vocaloid characters are the basis for several films and syndicated TV shows.

This company was founded in June 17, 1916, and the stylized "VocaHurricane" had been Vocaloid Films's official off-screen logo since 1956, though seen on-screen in logos 1, 3, 7, 10, 11, and 13.

On June 17, 2016, Vocaloid Films celebrated its 100th anniversary with a new logo. Also in 2016, Vocaloid Studios purchased the Post-1983 Videomagic library.

Warning: The logo is very loud and can damage your speakers. Turn down your volume before you can watch it.

1st Logo (1916-1919)

Nicknames: "Early BND"

Logo: We see a construction site, then the camera points towards the city, then a hurricane. After, the view is on the top of the hurricane. Then, the colors turn rainbow, and then the Japanese and American text go up and stops.

FX/SFX: The construction site, the city, the hurricane, the color transition, and the text.

Music/Sounds: The construction working, the city noises, the hurricane, the cameraman saying "WTF IS THAT?", and the BND audio.

Availability: Extinct. Last seen in a cartoon called "Swaying Oceans".


2nd Logo (1919-1932)

You can see it here:

Nicknames: "20th Century Fox Form"

Logo: We see a 20th Century Fox logo, only replaced with Vocaloid Films Pictures.

FX/SFX: Same as the 20th Century Fox logo.

Music/Sounds: The 20th Century Fox fanfare with synthesizers.

Availability: Uncommon. Can be seen from movies at the time.

Scare Factor: None. Everyone knows that 20th Century Fox's logo is not scary.

3rd Logo (1932-1938)

NIcknames: "The Hurricane II"

Logo: We see the VocaHurricane. The words "Vocaloid Films" then appear. Then, PRESENTS fades in.

FX/SFX: Fading in and fading out.

Music/Sounds: The opening theme to a cartoon.

Availability: Extremely rare. Thy searching up for "Vocaloid Films", and see if a VHS copy has the old logo.

Scare Factor: None.

4th Logo (1938-1956)

Nicknames: "The Vocaloid Gang Unite For The First Time"

Logo: The Vocaloids walk to the screen. Then, they group together. Then, the words, "VOCALOID FILMS Presents" appear. The Vocaloids shout out "Vocaloid Films, the movie studio of your dreams!". Then, it fades to black.

FX/SFX: The Vocaloids, the logo grouping, and the fading.

Music/Sounds: The walking, the bombastic theme, and the shouting out.

Availability: Extinct, last seen in "A Chicago Catastrophe".

Scare Factor: Low to High. The bombastic theme is a bit loud, so turn down your speakers a bit. Otherwhise, None.

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