Big Idea Brasil

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Descriptions by
ThisBoyForHire100 and Jteka9870

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Editions by
ThisBoyForHire100, Jteka9870, Paperking99 and Teddy Sunshine


Big Idea Brasil was Big Idea's Brazilian division founded by Célia Rosemblit. The company went defunct in 2008 or 2009.

1st Logo (2004-2006; 2009)

Logo: On a white background, we see a still version of the 2001 Big Idea logo zooming in and fading into view with the word "Brasil" under "IDEA". A few seconds later, "Brasil" shines and the text fades out as we see a purple trapezoid with a yellow outline. The yellow text "os VegeTais" and a red oval with the yellow text "BIG IDEA" quickly zooms out and onto the trapezoid as an outline of the trapezoid appears and spins around for a bit. It then slowly zooms in for a few seconds before fading to black.

Technique: The fade in, the logo slowly zooming in, the "Brasil" text shining, the transition to the trapezoid, the "os VegeTais" logo zooming out, the outline zooming out and spinning, and finally the fade out.

Music/Sounds: First, a part of the first half of the VeggieTales song "Can't Believe It's Christmas" from "The Toy That Saved Christmas" plays. As this happens, a male announcer (Marco Ribeiro, the former Brazilian voice of Larry the Cucumber) says, "Big Idea Brasil apresenta..." When the trapezoid appears, the instrumental break from the same song plays as the veggie kids cheering in the background from the same song is heard while the announcer reads the title of the show.

Availability: Scarce. Seen on Brazilian DVD and VHS releases of VeggieTales from 2004-2006, and made a surprise appearance in 2009.

2nd Logo (2005)


Logo: Essentially just the completed logo from last time with "Realização:" in white with a black stroke and shadow on top.

Technique: Simply fade-ins and outs.

Music/Sounds: The closing theme of the show.

Availability: Can be found on the Brazilian VeggieTales spin-off TV series Os Amigos Vegetais.

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