Elgaz (Poland)

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Elgaz was a Polish multimedia company, starting off as a family business. They were at large for a while, all before going into bankruptcy in 1992. However, they are somehow still active, albeit much smaller.



Nicknames: "ARE/ELGAZ", "The Combo", "Cheesy Flipping"

Logo: Same as the ARE logo, but the logo flips a couple of times to a yellow background with the Elgaz logo, which is "ELGAZ" in a box and the "L" longer than usual. Some Polish as well as address information type in before flying away.

FX/SFX: The same animation as ARE, as well as the logo flipping.

Music/Sounds: Same as ARE.

Availability: Extremely rare.

Editor's Note: None.

ARE (Agencja Reklamowa Elgaz)


Nicknames: "ARE", "Construction Triangle"

Logo: On a blue background, a trapezoid flips in and flips into place, followed by an rectangle, 2 sets of striped triangles, yellow and black, then fly in and form into place, with a cutout for the text "ARE". As everything settles, "STUDIO VIDEO" and "PREZENTUJE" slide in. It then goes through the warning screen then a short version of the logo.

FX/SFX: The flipping.

Music/Sounds: An loud trumpet theme that is repeated twice, which is followed by an distorted version of Innocent Love.

Availability: Extremely rare.

Editor's Note: None.

Prywatna Telewizja Elgaz


Nicknames: "PTE", "The Ugly P, The Ugly T, and The Ugly E"

Logo: On a white background, a blue rectangle grows into the middle of the screen. The blue section then zooms out and turns, revealing a blue "P", a red "T", and a black "E", with lines on the former 2. The logo gets fully revealed and shines. It then turns flat and slightly rise up, as a rectangle with "PRYWATNA TELEWIZJA ELGAZ" slide and flip in.

FX/SFX: The flipping and turning.

Cheesy Factor: The animation looks rather ugly.

Music/Sounds: A proud synth theme.

Availability: Very rare. Seen on Polish tapes of New World movies.

Editor's Note: None.

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