Manuel Esteba P.C.
This is the production company of Manuel Esteba, a producer and director of exploitation films whose main "merit" is to have directed what's considered to be the worst movie ever made in Spain: the 1983 E.T. spoof El E.T.E. y el OTO, filmed in two weeks with a ridiculously low budget. Not surprisingly, this was his last film (by the way, he still claims that Spielberg gave him permission personally to make the movie).
(March 28, 1983)
Logo: On a black background, a very muscular man with red briefs poses as Rank's "Gongman" and hits a gong that reads "UNA PRODUCCION MANUEL ESTEBA" with "UNA PRODUCCION" being in an arc. The gong immediately breaks.
Closing Variant: At the end of the film, the man is seen trying to fix the gong, barely creating "PRODUCCION", but he can't, and starts weeping in frustration.
Music/Sounds: On the opening variant, only the sound of the gong breaking. On a closing variant, a closing theme of the film, accompanied by the man's sobbing.
Availability: Extremely rare; seen only on the Spanish E.T. spoof, El E.T.E. y el OTO, which is very hard to find.