Draft:Lea Productions

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1st logo (July 23, 1962-1986)

Visuals: Over a blank background, the text "LEA" is seen in a red 2.5D font, with the black shadow and white details. On the upper side we see a very giant film camera which transmits an inexplicable message is the slogan called A Proud Tradition for the wholesome entertainment, and focuses on a sheep which is standing below a mountain (or whatever it's called, but still it counts) with the expertly drawn black reel that says "PRODUCTIONS" in gold in the left, and the text "MANILA" on top and "PHILLIPPINES" on the bottom in the right. It stays still until the screen fades to black.

Technique: A still painting filmed by a camera.

Audio: A 3 note trumpet fanfare. Sometimes, there's another music made of 16 notes.

Audio Variant: On Tundo Isla Puting Bato, it is silent.

Availability: Appeared on many films by the company; the example is Teribol Donbol (1975), Dalawang pugad... Isang ibon (1977), Sambahin ang ngalan mo (1981), Daang hari (1984) and Goat Buster (1985).

2nd logo (October 29, 1986-1993)

Visuals: Figures of a sheep (or a goat?) from before walking on the grass appear from the distance of the camera that's recording (live action, depending on the quality used). When the sheep gets to the mountain a transparent spikey circle appears with yellow borders to reveal a black background and both the circle and the sheep zoom out to the right to make space for the blue 2.5D "LEA" from before appear slowly with some lines to conform it's shadow, and then when it stops moving almost 90 degrees (a la Modern Theatres, Ltd.) It flashes. A red film camera then appears and with powered lights, the red ribbon which says "PRODUCTIONS" in white, appears fading from left to right. The text "MANILA, PHILLIPPINES" appears below the ribbon once it stops moving. And it stays still until the screen fades to black.

Closing Variant: Unknown

Technique: A mix of scanimate animation and live-action.

Audio: A very traditional happy-sounding Filipino synth fanfare which gets bombastic at the end.

Audio Variant: On Valentina, it is silent.

Availability: For the closing variant, it's seen on Cordillera, while the normal variant was seen on Valentina.

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