BoxOffice International Pictures

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Compiled by Eric S.
Video by Peakpasha and DudeThatLogo

1st Logo

Box Office International (1964)Boxoffice International Pictures (1967)

Nicknames: "Cheesy Globe", "The Tickets", "Big Ticket"

Logo: On a space background, we see a globe rotating, then from the right comes a line of red tickets, then we fade on a big red ticket. The words "BOXOFFICE INTERNATIONAL PICTURES" appears on Arial font. Then, lights are shown bordering the ticket and changing.

  • The globe would be rotating over the ticket once shown.
  • The word "PRESENTS" would be shown below sometimes.

FX/SFX: The globe rotating and tickets scrolling in.

Music/Sounds: Silent or the opening theme of the movie.

Availability: Super rare; seen on Box Office's releases from the period.

Editor's Note: None.

2nd Logo

Boxoffice International PicturesHarry Novak Presentation

Nicknames: "Harry Novak Script," "Zoom out," "Cheesy Globe II"

Logo: On a black background we see a blue globe and at the right of it, there are the words "BOXOFFICE INTERNATIONAL PICTURES". Those objects zoom out continually and the letters also change colors. At the end, the text fades and we see "A Harry Novak Presentation", with "Harry Novak" as a script font. At the very end of the logo, the globe fades out, and we zoom over the "A Harry Novak Presentation" title.

FX/SFX: The globe and the letters zooming out and changing color.

Music: An epic trumpet fanfare.

Availability: Rare; the best way to find this logo is on video releases of their films put out by U.S.A. Home Video and Monterey Home Video, such as Rattlers. This was also seen on the Magnum Entertainment release of Dr. Frankenstein's Castle of Freaks.

Editor's Note: None.