Closing Logo Group

Background: Trasatlantic Video Gram S.A. was formed on June 19, 1990 in Argentina, who was controlled by the managers of the Belini family, and the partners were Daniel Wolman and Cynthia Alejandra Wolman de Mohadeb, who was president of the company. The company shut down in the mid 1990s.



Logo: On a yellow background, a moon flies from the screen, then we see a filmstrip that draws and the moon hits further to the top right. Once the moon disappears, a filmstrip then draws in. The reels include a moon, a series of numbers and dots, and then a world map, which came out from the rectangle zoomed in. A laser hits, and a red dot moves around the world map. The red words "TRASATLANTIC" zooms in from the world map and the background then turns black. The word "VIDEO GRAM S.A." does the same from the world map. The red line then zooms in above and below from the text, then the filmstrip was cropped to make it look like to say "TA". A white rectangle appears, surrounding the logo. The whole logo wipes away, and cuts to a series of trailing rectangle effects. Three red colored lines (green, red and blue) zooms in from the trail, and the word "PRESENTA" in yellow wipes in as the lines disappear. The word disappears as the colored lines reappear.

FX/SFX: Simple computer animation.

Music/Sounds: A rock theme.

Availability: Seen on Trasatlantic Video Gram releases from the era.

Editor's Note: The word "TRASATLANTIC" was misspelled wrong. It should say "Transatlantic".