Bryanston/Seven Arts Productions

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Logo Description by StephenCezar15
Logo Capture by Eric S.
Editions by indycar

Background: Bryanston/Seven Arts Productions was a joint venture between Bryanston Films (a British production company, not to be confused with Bryanston Pictures) and Seven Arts Productions (the same company that merged with Warner Bros. Pictures in 1967 to form "Warner Bros.-Seven Arts"). Only one film was produced by the company, Sammy Going South.

(April 21, 1963)

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Logo: On a yellow background, a green square drops down near the top left corner. A piece of the square breaks off and makes a 45 degree angle. The object that broke off then shifts to the square's right to reveal that it's a seven. A "b" fades in the green square, along with "BRYANSTON" fading on top of the seven, and "SEVEN ARTS" fading in the rectangular part of the seven, with "PRESENTS" fading next to it.

FX/SFX: The square dropping and the seven breaking off, along with the fading of the words.

Music/Sounds: A majestic brass fanfare.

Availability: Seen only on Sammy Going South.

Editor's Note: None.