Producciones Mier y Brooks

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum

1st Logo (October 29, 1949-1954)

Visuals: On a dark and starry background is, on the center-left side of the screen, a big neon "MB" which is turning on and turning off constantly. The big "MB" is in front of a big line that crosses the whole screen. In the line we see the words forming the name of the company:

"producciones MBmier y brooks, s. de r.l. y c.v."

On the bottom right we see "Presenta".

Variants:

  • On El revoltoso There is a drawing of a camera man as the background of the logo, and "Presenta" is inside an arrow.
  • On Mujeres sin mañana There is the logo in a jungle.

Technique: The text, the stars shining and the neon "MB". On some films like El revoltoso the logo is still. [possible misuse]

Audio:

  • La noche avanza, Tres Alegres Comadres, and El Bello Durmiente use a short arrangement from the first Filmex logo.
  • El Ceniciento uses an orchestra fanfare wich ends with an harp.
  • Some films like El revoltoso or Mujeres sin mañana use the opening theme of the respective movies.

Availability: Seen on films like Las interesadas (The Interested Girls), Las Tres Alegres Comadres (The Three Happy Wives), El Ceniciento, Mujeres sin mañana (Women without tomorrow), El vagabundo (The Trump), or Chucho el Remendado (Chucho the mended) which can be found on YouTube.

2nd Logo (1950-1951)

Visuals: Over a dark background is this text:

Producciones
mier y brooks
s.de r.l. y de c.v.

Presenta a

Technique: None. [possible misuse]

Audio: The opening theme of the movie.

Availability: Only seen on También de dolor se canta (Also of pain it is sung) and El Gavilán Pollero (The ckicken Hawk), both seen on YouTube.

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