Closing Logo Group

NOTE: Not be confused with Golden Gate Film Production Ltd. (Hong Kong)

1st logo (1977)

Golden Gate Film Co

Logo: In marble background, we see some pinging stars forming a constellation. Then, the Golden Gate logo (a capital G with a smaller G inside it and filmstrip holes at the right corner) in yellow with a shadow zooms in, making the stars disappear. It zooms out to left. On the right side, the company name in chinese zooms from bottom and the english name (with a smaller ''PRODUCTION'' downside it) zooms from bottom.

FX/SFX/Cheesy Factor: The choppy animation.

Music/Sounds: A very screeching fanfare.

Availability: Seen of The Golden Age (a.k.a. The Brightening Day).

Scare Factor: Medium to high, the choppiness of the logo accompanying the bombastic fanfare could scare most. The zooming G doesn't help matters.

2nd logo (1978)

Golden Gate Film Co

Logo: Same as before, but with some changes:

  • The background is an abstract blue tunnel (slightly similar to the beginning of the 1992 Pickwick Video logo).
  • The Golden Gate logo draws itself instead zoom in.

FX/SFX: Again, choppy animation.

Music/Sounds: Silent.

Availability: Seen on Birds Are Singing Everywhere.

Scare Factor: None.

Golden Gate Film Co

3rd Logo (1979, 1981)

Golden Gate Film Co

Logo: In a black background, several outlines of the Golden Gate logo (without filmstrip holes) in red, cyan and green zooming out by trail effects from the right-corner. Then, the regular logo in tons of red zooms out, and the english (in Microgramma Bold font) and chinese texts wipes from left and right, respectively, and the ''PRESENTS" text pops in. The color of the texts can vary by movie:

  • In The Choice of Love, the texts are in green.
  • In The Women Soldiers, they are in cyan.

FX/SFX/Cheesy Factor: The animation still pretty simple, but is not rushed as the previous logos.

Music/Sounds: A dramatic fanfare.

Availability: Seen on The Choice of Love and The Women Soldiers.

Scare Factor: Medium, due the black background along with the fanfare.