Independent-International Pictures Corporation

From Audiovisual Identity Database

Credits
Descriptions by
bigladiesman

Video captures courtesy of
Peakpasha

Background

Independent-International was B-movie icon Al Adamson's personal production company.


(1950s-1980s)

IIPC.jpg

Logo: On a black background we see an isometric view of a green beam-like structure, which is really a set of two white seriffed letters "I". Carved on the top of the logo is the name of the company:

INDEPENDENT-
INTERNATIONAL
PICTURES CORP.

The logo then changes colors: the I's turn red, and their serif parts acquire a shiny tone. The carved letters turn white at the same time, thus finishing the logo.

Technique: Traditional 2D animation, nothing too fancy at all as the colors appear by a simple fading effect.

Music/Sounds: The opening theme of the movie.

Availability: Uncommon. It can be found on DVD releases of Mr. Adamson's movies, including the infamous Dracula vs Frankenstein.

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