Draft:The Jozak Company

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


The Jozak Company was a production company run at first by Gerald W. Abrams (who joined the company as VP of creative affairs in 1973) and Gerald I. Isenberg. Abrams left in 1978 to form Cypress Point Productions; Jozak closed around 1985. Abrams and Isenberg later founded Phoenix Entertainment Group. Most of Jozak's post-1978 library was produced in association with Paramount Television, and is distributed by CBS Media Ventures (exceptions include the Fame TV series, which was co-produced and distributed by MGM Television); distributors for older titles vary.

1st Logo (February 19, 1976-1980)

Visuals: On an orange background is a grey 3D "J". The curved part and the straight part of the "J" is broken into two shapes. Below is "the jozak company" in black. After a second, things appear inside the two shapes. Inside the curved part is white and black flames. Inside the straight part is a grey and white sky with a grey sun with "rays" protruding to the ground with clouds in front of the sun. On the ground next to it is a frowning head. On top of the sun is a vine with the dark shade of grey to the left of it and a lighter shade of grey to the right of it. On the right is a laughing head. After a moment, the sun turns red-orange before the logo fades out.

Technique: Paintings with fading transitions.

Audio: A drum beating, followed by two synth notes with a twinkle sound playing at the same time. This was composed by Fred Karlin.

Availability: Seen on TV movies produced by the company such as James Dean and Having Babies II.

2nd Logo (May 18, 1977-1985)

Visuals: Unknown

Technique: A still card produced on print.

Audio: The end theme of the TV movie.

Availability: Seen on Red Alert and Having Babies III.

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