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From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum

Logo (September 12, 1989-June 30, 1995)

Visuals: Set against a blue-gold gradient sky and on a colorful city street, specifically an intersection with a stoplight on top, the letters "CD", dressed as spies through their dark fedoras and sunglasses, walk the streets, dancing in sync with the music by shifting their heads left and right each time they move. Then, in the middle of the sequence, their fedoras get blown off, surprising them as they prepare to bounce and remove their sunglasses. After leaping towards the screen, two black bars with horizontal white line patterning, close the background. In the finished product, "CD" are tilted clockwise and "PRO C.D" is on the right side in between the second and third top-most lines.

Variant: There is an early variant where the line patterns mask through the black background, revealing a small portion of the city background.

Technique: CGI.

Audio: A mystery-themed string and horn soundtrack ending with an ascending three-note stinger. Police sirens are heard as "CD" become startled.

Availability: It can be seen on episodes of the original run of Ciel mon Mardi! from this period and Cocou c'est nous!.

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