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1st Logo (September 21, 1962)

Q. Stion Film Co. (September 21, 1962, November 11, 1964)

Nickname: "Lee Ying's Less Tamer Brother"

Logo: On a black background, we see a gray shield/coat-of-arms with filmstrips over it's borders. Over the shield we see the sun, with a black car passing bridge and possibly the ocean (looks like a sunrise). Upwards it we see the text in Chinese (with the script being in black-scripted and neon white, except for the text on the bottom) and it's translation in english: "Q. Stion Film Co." on a cursive script. The logo stands still until we fade to black.

FX/SFX: None. Only the logo fading in and out.

Music/Sounds: A moderate-sound, less noisy extended version of the Lee Ying fanfare.

Availability: Ultra rare. Only seen on Hunting for the Murderer, which can be seen on YouTube.

Editor's Note: None.

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2nd Logo (November 11, 1964)

Q. Stion Film Co. (September 21, 1962, November 11, 1964) (In-credit text variant)

Nicknames: "The World War Logo", "The Logo During The War"

Logo: It's not a logo. It's just some text with the company name (curved) and "Presents" in Chinese.

FX/SFX: None, just the background of the opening.

Music/Sounds: The opening theme of the movie, the first parts of the opening theme is likely the William Tell overture.

Availability: Only seen on Spy No. 13, which can be seen on Tee Zee's Google Drive account.

Editor's Note: Notably, the company's name is in Chinese unlike their 1st logo, which only has the Chinese and English ones. Also, the war flashbacks in the opening of the movie could likely get some PTSD.

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