Pagot Film

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


Pagot Film was the production company of Italian writer and director Nino Pagot.

Logo (17 December 1949)

Visuals: On a dark background is a seven-chord yellow harp. Suddenly, the chords appear in a different colors successively, from the left to the right: magenta, red, orange, yellow, green, green-blue, and blue. Then is the text in white inside the harp:


Finally, the harp disappears and we see the same text but in black inside a castle on blue background (dark blue on the top, and bright blue on the bottom) in addition to this:


The castle in the highest tower has a yellow star.

Technique: Traditional animation.

Audio: A loud, shrill sound of a violin before the chords of the harp appear in different colors. Then, there is a note from a harp every time a chord appears in a color, and from the second chord there's also an ascend et shrill of a violin. When the harp disappears and the castle appears, there is a strum of a harp, followed by a hit of a bell and a typical happy orchestra melody, which ends with another hit of the bell.

Availability: Seen on I Fratelli Dinamite.

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