Difference between revisions of "Korean Literature Film Co., Ltd. (South Korea)"

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Logo captures by Yukabacera
 
Video captures courtesy of ArhiVid
 
   
 
===Background===
 
===Background===
The Korean Literature Film Co. (한국문예영화주식회사) was a South Korean film production company.
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The Korean Literature Film Co. (한국문예영화주식회사) was a South Korean film production company. It was founded by Kim Ki-young, a South Korean horror/adult-oriented film director.
   
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=== 1st Logo (1960) ===
   
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'''Logo:''' The logo opens with a shot of a curtain with smoke swirling in front of it. A hand, balled up into a fist, rises from the bottom of the screen and opens when it reaches the middle of the screen. The Korean characters 한국문예영화주식회사 appear in front of the hand. They immediately disappear as the scene fades to black.
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'''Logo:''' The logo opens with a shot of a curtain with smoke swirling in front of it. A hand, which balled up into a fist, rises from the bottom of the screen and the hand then opens when it reaches the middle of the screen. The Korean Hangul characters 한국문예영화주식회사 appear in front of the hand. They immediately disappear it as the scene fades to black.
   
 
'''FX/SFX:''' The name of the company appearing and disappearing.
 
'''FX/SFX:''' The name of the company appearing and disappearing.
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'''Music/Sounds:''' None.
 
'''Music/Sounds:''' None.
   
'''Availability:''' Rare. The logo only appears at the beginning of ''The Housemaid''. It is, however, preserved on DVD releases.
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'''Availability:''' Rare. The logo only appears at the beginning of ''The Housemaid''. It is, however, preserved on DVD releases, like Criterion Collection release.
   
 
'''Editor's Note:''' None.
 
'''Editor's Note:''' None.
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=== 2nd Logo (1961) ===
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<center>[[File:KoreanLiteratureFilm1961-2ndLogo.png|410px]]</center>
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'''Logo:''' Not really a logo, this is a title card with the Korean characters from before but in Hanja and Hangul with co-production company seen below the title card.
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'''FX/SFX''': None, just the beams passing into a title credits.
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'''Music/Sounds:''' The opening theme of the movie.
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'''Availability:''' Seen on ''The Sea Knows'', which is found on Korean Classic Film official YouTube channel.
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'''Editor's Note:''' It's a boring logo, which '''they're not doing anything wrong''', but is now compared to the previous logo seen before.
   
 
[[Category:South Korean Logos]]
 
[[Category:South Korean Logos]]

Revision as of 14:48, 26 January 2021

Credits
Logo descriptions by
Yukabacera, PFSLogoChannel


Logo captures by
Yukabacera


Video captures courtesy of
ArhiVid

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Background

The Korean Literature Film Co. (한국문예영화주식회사) was a South Korean film production company. It was founded by Kim Ki-young, a South Korean horror/adult-oriented film director.

1st Logo (1960)

KoreanLiteratureFilmCo1960-1stLogo.png

Logo: The logo opens with a shot of a curtain with smoke swirling in front of it. A hand, which balled up into a fist, rises from the bottom of the screen and the hand then opens when it reaches the middle of the screen. The Korean Hangul characters 한국문예영화주식회사 appear in front of the hand. They immediately disappear it as the scene fades to black.

FX/SFX: The name of the company appearing and disappearing.

Music/Sounds: None.

Availability: Rare. The logo only appears at the beginning of The Housemaid. It is, however, preserved on DVD releases, like Criterion Collection release.

Editor's Note: None.

2nd Logo (1961)

KoreanLiteratureFilm1961-2ndLogo.png

Logo: Not really a logo, this is a title card with the Korean characters from before but in Hanja and Hangul with co-production company seen below the title card.

FX/SFX: None, just the beams passing into a title credits.

Music/Sounds: The opening theme of the movie.

Availability: Seen on The Sea Knows, which is found on Korean Classic Film official YouTube channel.

Editor's Note: It's a boring logo, which they're not doing anything wrong, but is now compared to the previous logo seen before.

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