Mother India Movies

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum

1st Logo (February 17, 1978)

Visuals: On a black background is a drawn outline of India and its surrounding territories. What seems to be a faint outline of an Indian temple is seen on the center of the territory, it quickly disappears as the Virgin Mary (which is shown carrying baby Jesus with her right arm, and grabbing a pedestal stick with her left hand) choppily rises up and the letters "MIM" appear below the goddess one-by-one.

Technique: Stop-motion animation.

Audio: A 5-note choral theme with some plucked notes at the end.

Availability: Seen on Ee Manohara Theeram.

2nd Logo (May 16, 1980)

Visuals: On a dark background, there is a silhouette of a statue of The Virgin Mary with a blue spotlight behind it, along with 2 lit-up candles on both sides. A light illuminates the entire setting, revealing the entire statue on top of a dark-blue pedestal, seen to be depicted as the Miraculous Medal, which consists of a bunch of multi-colored petals and the company's name in yellow.

Technique: Live-action light effects.

Audio: A female chorus singing which is accompanied by a string theme.

Availability: Seen on Akalangalil Abhayam.

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