Pars Film

From Audiovisual Identity Database

Credits
Compiled by
Camenati

Editions by
BaldiBasicsFan

Background

Pars Film was one of the early film studios in Iran founded by Esmail Koushan.

(1950-1976)

Logo: We see a realistic shot of ancient Persian ruins with a statue of a soldier on the right. Several seconds in, the company name and "Presents" in Farsi and a stone texture fade in.

Variant: A color variant exists.

Technique: None.

Music/Sounds: A dramatic, orchestral fanfare with a Persian theme to it.

Availability: Near extinction; despite being around for a good 26 years. Can be seen on original theatrical prints of various Persian movies from the 1950s, 60s, and 70s, but a lot of their films are badly damaged and hard to find, especially this logo; many home media releases and television airings of their films cut this logo out and go straight to the opening credits or the film itself. A few known films that have this logo intact include Afsoongar, The One-Night Wife, Master Karim at your Service, Joys of Life, and The Mandrake.

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