Teakebees Movie Makers

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum

1st Logo (April 1, 1976)

Visuals: On a dark cloudy background, there is a statue of a man and an almost topless woman carrying a hammer and a sickle, placed like the Soviet emblem of the time. It zooms out a little, and then there's a bengal moving below the statue from the left to the right of the screen, forming "TEAKEBEES" when is below the statue.

Technique: Practical effects.

Audio: A melody made with synth bells, and some violins after.

Availability: It was seen on Prasadam.

2nd Logo (November 2, 1979-July 18, 1985)

Visuals: Behind a waving red flag we see a close-up of the hands of the statue from the previous logo. The screen then zooms away as we see the rest of the statue. The screen zooms away more and see the statue standing over a black/yellow column with the red word "TEAKEBEES". The area below the waving flag is also shown and shows red/green Indian curtains.

Technique: Live-action.

Audio: A trumpet fanfare, followed by synth bells.

Availability: It was seen on Pambaram, Pralayam, Kattukallan, Rakthasakshi, and Snehicha Kuttathinu.

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