Time Film's

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum

1st Logo (28 December 1968)

Visuals: On a sky blue background, there is a shirtless man and a woman holding a flaming torch on top of a rotating pedestal. The pedestal rotates counter-clockwise and stops when the couple face towards the south-west direction. The screen then zooms in towards the torch and the faces of the couple, which causes the company's name "TIME FILMS" to appear in the middle of the screen.

Technique: Live-action and cel animation.

Audio: A deep announcer saying "When the breeze protects the flame in the form of a Chimney, how/ who can turn such a flame off, that is lit up by the Almighty." in Hindi.

Availability: This could only be seen on Duniya.

2nd Logo (12 March 1984)

Visuals: A picture of the sun rising on mountains fades in. The red words "Time Film's", with hearts representing the tittles of the lowercase I's, then quickly zoom in and place at the bottom.

Technique: Cel animation.

Audio: Birds chirping, then a majestic fanfare.

Availability: It was seen on the Indian movie The Gold Medal.

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