1st Logo (1974-1979)
Logo: We see the same indigenous archer from the Safari Sinar Sakti Film logo, but once he shoots his arrow, the texts "YAPINIMBÉ", appear on the same background as said company's logo, all appearing syllable by sillable by two squares in a diagonal allignment, one chutney-red, one orange, one beige and one green. A neon blue ring draws over them being surrounded by the squares and letters, and then when it stops, the texts "Agencia Internacional De Cinema" appear falling in on red word by word. The logo then flashes and then we fade to black.
FX/SFX: The archer's moves, and everything in the animation of the logo, all in cheap Scanimate.
Cheesy Factor: Destroys the scale. The animation is super choppy and very outdated for it's era, the ring doesn't look like an actual ring (seems like a retaliated donut) and they stole the animation from another logo, like the 5th Synth Video logo! The logo which is stolen itself's cheesiness can also contribute to this.
Music/Sounds: A cacophony of loud indigenous drums (remniscent of Safari Sinar Sakti Film), and then a deep bombastic trumpet note, with the drums still playing, following a whoosh and a gong at the same time, and some beeps and maraca-like things at the end.
Availability: Seen on their films produced on the time; therefore, this can be considered extremely rare.
Scare Factor: High. The dark nature of the logo, along with the cheap and creepy animation, with the bombastic music and strange subject matter can add to many people's butts shiver. It also may get to some children, due to the fact that the company is family rated, but sometimes, it would not be a problem by some, just beacuse the animation is choppy. It's lower, among other reasons, for those who used to it, but still it can be one of the most obnoxious, cheesiest and at the same time scariest logos ever made.