Columbus Film

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Logo (December 23, 1960)

Visuals: Fading in, a white "COLUMBUS FILM" in a stacked format is seen on a blue background. A white circle then fades in between the two words, inverting the colors of the background and text to white and blue, respectively. After a few seconds, the circle moves to the bottom-right part of the text (as if it were a spotlight) to reveal two sets of texts "ZEIGT" and "PRÉSENTE", both stacked on top of each other, sitting right next to the latter word. The logo then fades out.

Technique: Cel animation.

Audio: A fragment of "Prince of Denmark's March" by Jeremiah Clarke.

Availability: Seen on Gustav Adolf's Page.

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