A.D. Matalon

From Audiovisual Identity Database

Captures by
Jeffersonkendric and Camenati

Editions by

Video captures courtesy of
mx472000, and Itay Lipka

1st Logo (1980's-1990's)

Logo: On a red background, three circles form in order, with a hebrew letter popping in. Until it's all complete, a circle forms in to make 5 circles. 3 hebrew letters pop in below, lined below. Some hebrew text types in, which is "A.D. Matalon Company". The italic drawn-hebrew text "Presents:" types in below. The logo fades out in grid effect.

Variant: A variant has the space from the GG and the UKV logos and two screens with the 1981 Columbia Pictures logo. The logo is in pink, flipping in below until it fades out.

Technique: 80s computer effects.

Music/Sounds: A xylophone-tune with 3 sounds until the circles form, xylophone bangs, the xylophone going up and the ending theme.

Availability: Unknown.

2nd Logo (1990's-2009)

Logo: On a red-moving carpet background, three spotlights with the hebrew letters from the company appear, connecting together, making a bang with 5 circles zooming in below. The original logo zooms out. The spotlight makes forming it's words from the company. The text "Presents" fades in below.

Technique: 90s CGI animation.

Music/Sounds: An remade version of the last logo's music.

Availability: Unknown.

3rd logo (2009-)

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Logo: On a red-black gradient background, a red circle with the Hebrew letters from before and several silver crescents that spin around it zoom out. The top crescent continues to spin after the others stopped. Shorthly after the last crescent stops spinning, the company name in Hebrew flips in.

Technique: CGI animation.

Music/Sounds: Another remade version of the last two logos.

Availability: Rare, possibly seen on Peter Rabbit. This was recently seen on the Israeli theatrical prints of A Man Called Otto and 65.

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