From Audiovisual Identity Database



Logo: On a space galaxy background, we see a pair of disembodied, dark eyes open and look straight at us. This cuts to a shot of Saturn's rings, which in turn segues into a wide shot of the planet itself. This cuts to a shot of Saturn and its moons, which fades into a slightly different space background than before. Then the VADI-MON logo (which are three stripes, one red, one green, one blue with a cream outline and the middle part squashed into one line with "VADI" on top and "MON" on bottom, both in bubbly letters and in cream color) appears out of nowhere, zooms in and then moves up as it is close to the screen. The logo then cuts to black.

Technique: Live action footage coupled with 2D effects, possibly done by a computer.

Music/Sounds: A low-budget, yet oddly soothing smooth-jazz ditty done on a synthesizer (potentially an organ or an accordion as well) and a saxophone.

Music/Sounds Variant: There is a voice over on some tapes.

Availability: Uncommon in Spain, but very rare in the US. Seen on many early VHS/Betamax/Video 2000 tapes of various Spanish films in Spain at the time. This includes tapes of the 1970 movie Hola, Señor Dios and of the 1982 movie Depravacion. It was seen on Luto Riguroso, El Invernadero, and Regreso del Mas Alla as well.

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