Gegar Television

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Maicol Barrera


Gegar Television was a television studio most likely owned by Colombian television personality German Garcia y Garcia after he left Punch in 1973.

1st Logo (1980-1987)

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Logo: We see a colorful neon outline of an owl, moving around a bit in its place. "GERMAN GARCIA Y GARCIA" appears below this, as well as "GEGAR TELEVISION" in a larger font.

Technique: Possibly early computer animation.

Music/Sounds: A happy-sounding theme with an announcer.

Availability: Extinct.

2nd Logo (1987-1990)

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Logo: A redesigned image of the owl before, along with text below "Gegar", which flashes, is seen. German Garcia y Garcia is written below this.

Technique: Cel animation.

Music/Sounds: A short drum-based fanfare.

Availability: Extinct.

Legacy: You may not like the slightly weird look of the owl, but otherwise this logo is pretty clean.

3rd Logo (1990-1991)

Logo: The same owl from before is seen (but more vividly colored). Lasers shoot out of its eyes, and the owl flashes. GERMAN GARCIA Y GARCIA is written below in a italic green font.

Technique: Computer animation.

Music/Sounds: A dark synth note held throughout which slowly turns into an ascending sounder. An announcer plays over this.

Availability: Extinct.

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