Berlin Animation Film

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Berlin Animation Film was the animation division of Berliner Film Companie.

(6 September 2002-17 February 2009)

Logo: On a black background, we see the words "berlin animation film" in Franklin Gothic Bold Italic. "berlin" is in red, and "animation film" is in white. Above these words, we see the face of a cartoon bear outlined in red. He winks at us once, and we out.

Variant: On TV shows, there is a variant where we fade to a white background instead. The cartoon bear's face pops up, and the words move in before the bear winks at us.

Technique: The words and the bear winking.

Music/Sounds: An orchestral string flourish on C major, which climaxes in a timpani roll. A funny "squeak" is heard when the cartoon bear winks at us. On TV shows, the closing theme of the show has been used.

Availability: Seen on the start of Happily N'Ever After and Happily N'Ever After 2: Snow White—Another Bite @ the Apple. The white background variant can be found on Mission Odyssey, Mp4orce, and some other shows the company has made.

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