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Changchun Film Studio-0

Changchun Film Group Corporation (Chinese: 长春电影集团公司) is a Chinese film production company in Changchun, Jilin province, China. It is one of the studios transitioned from the 1940s, and has been considered one of the cornerstones of the Chinese film industry. It was formerly known as the "Changchun Film Studio" (长春电影制片厂/長春電影製片廠) until 2000 when it was put under the corporate umbrella as part of the revitalized projects.

1st Logo

(1950s-1960s)

Logo: On a black background is the hanzi 長春電影製片厂(Changchun Film Studio) and the copyright year below it.

FX/SFX: None.

Music/Sounds: The opening theme of the movie, or none.

Availability: Seen on a handful of 1950s Changchun films. Some films used a simple in-credit notice instead though.

Scare Factor: None.

2nd Logo

(1960-196?, 1998)

Logo: We see the same text from before, in a different font and without the year, set upon a marble background. Also exists as an in-credit logo.

Variant: The 1998 variant has a red-colored marble background and the words are now "A Changchun Film Studio/Hong Kong Sam Po Entertainment Company co-production" in Chinese.

FX/SFX: Once again, none.

Music/Sounds: Opening theme.

Availability: TBA

Scare Factor: None.

3rd Logo

(1964-2005)

Logo: Again, the text from before, but in Simplified Chinese, minus the tiny Chinese characters underneath and on a black background. The font looks handwritten, which makes this different from the other Changchun logos.

FX/SFX: Again, none.

Music/Sounds: Opening theme too.

Availability: Survived from the 60s to the mid-2000's, making this one of the more common logos you'd likely find. Some also appear as in-credit.

Scare Factor: Minimal, unless the font scares you.

4th Logo

(1972)

Logo: On a red background, we see a statue consisting of what appeared to be Chinese soldiers and a lady holding something that appeared to be a pile of wheat or a potted plant. The text is below. The statue slowly rotates to the left.

FX/SFX: The rotating statue, done in live-action.

Music/Sounds: A proud bombastic fanfare.

Availability: TBA

Scare Factor: Low to medium. The loud fanfare and the statue will probably scare first-timers.

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