Shin Films (South Korea)

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Shin Films was a Korean film production house which is formerly known as Shin Sang-Ok Production and renamed to Shin Films in 1959 and founded by Shin Sang-ok.


Logo: On a dark background, we see a brass torch (or a genie lamp) floating his smoke, which opens out a crate and the text are shown fades in, the "Present - SHIN FILMS" fades in on the right of torch, then flips over to see a Korean Hangul and Hanja text translation which does that same English translation below the right of torch. The torch and the text fades out.

FX/SFX: The torch/lamp opening, the text fading and the English flipping to Korean translation.

Music/Sounds: Silent.

Availability: Seen on Under the Sky of Seoul.

Editor's Note: Like other Korean old logos of that time, this is a one logo that used the lamp and the one film to use the short-lived one was Under the Sky of Seoul (1961).

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