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CB FILMS CABECERA DE LA GRAN DISTRIBUIDORA CINEMATOGRÁFICA ESPAÑOLA EN HD.-0

(1970's)

Nickname: "Circles in Space", "Not-so-Solid Gold", "Space Storm"

Logo: We fade to a starfield from the black background. Then, four sparks start glowing to end up forming four 6-pointed stars. Meanwhile, a golden, sparkling "CB" zooms in à la "V of Doom" and places itself in the center of the screen, just when the four stars are totally formed. Then, a golden three-lined circle starts surrounding the CB, uniting the stars, while the word "films" (in a cursive font that resembles the "Magneto" type), also in gold, write themselves down just below, sparkling. The word "PRESENTA" wipes in (appearing left-to-right) below the finished logo.

Variant: On the variant with the Atlantic Releasing sound effects, the logo stretches in from the left (like in the video editing softwares).

FX/SFX: The sparks, the circles appearing, the word "films" writing itself.

Cheesy Factor: It's a very old logo with very gaudy colors (and keep in mind that these gaudy colors are simply dark blue and gold!), and its animations are crude. This, accompanied with the Atlantic Releasing music and stretch-in transition in the variant makes a weird, but fitting combination.

Music/Sounds: A somewhat nostalgic orchestral tune (see the link on the thread below to watch a video of the logo with the original tune. By Guillermo A. Martínez).Sometimes this logo plastered other logos, and its music was heard instead of the orchestral tune. For instance, same music as heard in the 2nd Atlantic Releasing Corporation logo.

Availability: Extinct, we guess.

Scare Factor: None to minimal with the orchestral tune; the Atlantic Releasing Company music version may scare anyone if caught off-guard. It's just an eyesore, nothing else.

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