Burbank International Pictures

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


Burbank International Pictures was an American film distribution company active in the 70s. They mostly distributed sexploitation films.

(November 30, 1973-August 22, 1974)

Visuals: The logo opens with a red screen which fades into yellow. "BIP" rises up from the center of the screen as sparkling three-dimensional color-changing letters with black sides, casting a shadow. The letters then stop changing colors on red, as the background fades into green. "Burbank International Pictures" in white fades in below. The background changes to blue as "PRESENTS" fades in underneath everything.

Technique: Cel animation.

Audio: None or the opening theme.

Availability: Appears on Secrets of Sweet Sixteen and The Sinful Bed.
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