Difference between revisions of "Magia Video Home (Argentina)"

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=== 1st Logo (????) ===
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=== (1986?) ===
[[File:Magia Video Home.png|center|frameless]]
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[[File:Magia Video Home.png|center|frameless]]{{Youtube|id=-6k6zYOvoP4}}
   
   
'''Nicknames:''' "V of Steel Audio Rip-Off"
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'''Nicknames:''' "V of Steel Audio Rip-Off" "MV of Steel"
   
'''Logo:''' On a pink background, a rectangle with the words "Magia Video Home" flies in. Then, it starts to flip as a square with an M-V letter combo flips in as well. They later freeze.
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'''Logo:''' On a pink background, a rectangle with the words "'''MAGIA''' VIDEO HOME" flies in. Then, it starts to flip as a square with an M-V letter combo flips in as well. The logo freezes, and then disappear.
   
 
'''FX/SFX:''' The flipping.
 
'''FX/SFX:''' The flipping.
   
'''Music/Sounds:''' Same as the Viacom "V of Steel" logo, but in a slightly lower tone.
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'''Music/Sounds:''' The [[Viacom (pre-2006)|Viacom]] "V of Steel" logo in a slightly lower pitch.
   
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'''Availability:''' Unknown. The logo was posted into the ''RaroVHS'' YouTube channel. It may have been seen in an Argentinian copy of ''Eliminators (1986)'', which was distributed by the company.
'''Availability:''' Seen on tapes released by the company.
 
   
 
'''Editors Note:''' This logo is noteworthy for its blatant use of the V of Steel jingle. Why couldn't they be more original?
 
'''Editors Note:''' This logo is noteworthy for its blatant use of the V of Steel jingle. Why couldn't they be more original?

Revision as of 16:23, 4 May 2021

(1986?)

Magia Video Home.png


Nicknames: "V of Steel Audio Rip-Off" "MV of Steel"

Logo: On a pink background, a rectangle with the words "MAGIA VIDEO HOME" flies in. Then, it starts to flip as a square with an M-V letter combo flips in as well. The logo freezes, and then disappear.

FX/SFX: The flipping.

Music/Sounds: The Viacom "V of Steel" logo in a slightly lower pitch.

Availability: Unknown. The logo was posted into the RaroVHS YouTube channel. It may have been seen in an Argentinian copy of Eliminators (1986), which was distributed by the company.

Editors Note: This logo is noteworthy for its blatant use of the V of Steel jingle. Why couldn't they be more original?

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