AB Filmverleih

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum

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Logo (1970's)

Visuals: On a blue background, there is a dot-like circle at the bottom on it. Suddenly, the 2 blue squares move to reveal a red background. Then the airplane-like object slides to down. The circle then zooms to form the logo, which inside there's "B" behind the A-like lines and "FILM" in semicircular. The logo zooms in. The multiple rings zoom and "zeigt" (which means "presents") in Cooper Black font fades in. The multiple rings continue to zoom until the screen fades out.

Variant: In full screen prints, the "zeigt" text is moved to the logo's bottom-left side.

Technique: Cel animation.

Audio: A triumphant Hong Kong-like orchestral fanfare.

Availability: It was seen on some German-dubbed kung fu films, among them 7 Kampfmaschinen des Todes (alternative German title, the original title is Kung Fu of Seven Steps).

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