Acteurs Auteurs Associés (France)
Logo Descriptions by StephenCezar15 Logo Captures by Eric S. Videos by mangatd and LogicSmash
1st Logo (1981-1984)
Acteurs Auteurs Associes (1981)
Logo: On a blue background, three italicized A's, indented with stars, fly out one by one from the screen and into view. Then, "Acteurs Auteurs Associés" wipes in below, along with "présente".
FX/SFX: The flying out of the A's, and the wiping in, which happens very quickly.
Availability: May still be intact on French movies at the time.
Editor's Note: The very fast pace of the logo will catch many viewers off guard.
2nd Logo (1984-1990's?)
Acteurs Auteurs Associes (1984)Acteurs Auteurs Associes (1992)
Logo: On a black background, three light blue stars zoom out and center each other onscreen. Meanwhile, a light blue shadow of three italicized A's slides in and centers itself in the same position as the stars, forming a white outline of the last logo. Flashing 3D red parallelograms are now filling in the outline of the logo. Lastly,"Acteurs Auteurs Associés" flies into its respective position, which is the bottom of the logo.
Variant: Instead of the company name, the word "Presente" may appear below the logo in a spaced out font.
FX/SFX: Not bad for 1984, but it still doesn't hold up well to today's standards.
Availability: If any of its films were released in America, it could still be intact.
Editor's Note: None.