Sigma III Corporation

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Credits
Logo descriptions by
StephenCezar15


Logo captures by
StephenCezar15


Video captures courtesy of
Newave

Background

Sigma III Corporation was an independent film distributor that was owned at one time by Filmways. It closed down sometime in the early/mid 1970's.


(1968-1970)

Nicknames: "ΣIII", "The Splitting Arrow"

Logo: On a black background, we see three blue rectangles appearing one by one, forming a Roman numeral "III". A red arrow slides and moves over the "III", then two arrow pieces split, and move the bottom arrow piece to the top, forming an uppercase sigma (Σ) symbol. The words:

A SIGMA 3

CORPORATION

PRESENTATION

fades in below, with "A SIGMA 3" in big and the rest of the letters in small.

Early Variant: On Greetings, the text fades in below the logo instead:

SIGMA III

CORPORATION

A FILMWAYS COMPANY

presents

"SIGMA III" is bigger, and the rest of the letters are smaller, with "A FILMWAYS COMPANY" in a condescended font.

FX/SFX: The rectangles moving, the arrow sliding and splitting, the text fading in.

Music/Sounds: None.

Availability: Seen on films Sigma III Corporation distributed. It was kept intact on Greetings (1968) and Hi Mom (1970).