Arsel (Turkey)This is a featured page

Description, images and videos by bigladiesman
Translations by the now-banned xXFalcoXx

Note: The descriptor doesn't speak Turkish and automated translations are innacurate. If someone here speaks Turkish, we'll be thankful to her/him if she/he provides us with an accurate translation of the text or/and the voiceover.

Background: Arsel was a Turkish film company, whose complete name was Arsel Istanbul Film.

1st (known) logo (1973)

Arsel

Logo: On a red background we see a logo surrounded by a green circle. The logo consists in a circle with two crossed Turkish flags (though "banners" is more appropiate to define them) supported on two ribbons with unreadable letters on them. Above the flags there's a filmstrip. Within the logo is a large amount of text that reads the following:

Above the flags: Arsel - Ist. (I guess Ist. stands for "Istanbul") - Film

Below the flags: 20 Yillik Tecrübenín Eseri ("20 years of experience")

Between the flags: Vîdeo Kassette (Video Cassette)

The background gradually changes colours: Red, green, blue, purple, red, brown and green.

FX/SFX: The changing colours.

Cheesy Factor: The logo is very cheap overall.

Music/Sound: A male voiceover saying "Worth buying? Guess what is it!?" in Turkish with folk music in the background ending with the group voiceover yelling "Arsel, Arsel, Arsel".

Availability: Extinct, only seen on the cult Z-series film 3 Dev Adam.

Scare Factor: Low. The viewers will be surprised the first time they see it, but it's so hilariously bad made that they will be repeating it again and again just for fun.




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