Chiqui Video

From Audiovisual Identity Database

(Mid-Late 1980s?)

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Logo: On a black background, we see a shot of 2 white rectangles, containing a cartoon-like drawing of a boy wearing a red-yellow striped shirt, holding and eating what it looks like a white Betamax tape, containing "CHIQUI VIDEO", on a cartoon-like font which is seen on the other side of the tape. Beneath it is the words "CHIQUI VIDEO" in the same font, and can be seen zooming in. As the shot fades out, we then see the "CHIQUI VIDEO" text again, which can be seen blinking slowly in different colors (blue, red, pink, green, light blue & yellow). Then the blue text "PRESENTA" appears.

Variant: Possibly one tape has a different version. After the text of the company's name reaches the yellow color, it cuts to a grey background with the stretched, yellow "PRESENTA" on a Cooper Black font.

Technique: A mix of camera-controlled and 2D computer animation.

Music/Sounds: A music piece of "行方不明のハートたち (Missing Hearts)" by Rio Akimoto, which can also be heard on the warning screens.

Availability: Extremely rare. Can be seen on OVA tapes released by the company.

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