Pioneer Films (Philippines)

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1st Logo





Editor's Note:None.

2nd Logo
Logo: On a black background, we see a red box with a "P" in the center and flimstrips moving on the sides of it. The words: "PIONEER FILMS" and "PRESENTS", in red and cyan, are seen below.

FX/SFX: The moving filmstrips.

Music/Sounds: The opening theme of the trailer.

Availability: Seen on the theatrical trailer of Manila Boy, the only film where Pioneer Films counted up as a film production company.

Editor's Note:This logo is creative and original, compared to the next logo...

3rd Logo
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Nicknames: "An MPCA Rip-Off!", "One Of The Most Blatant Logos Ever", "Shooting Stars: Filipino Way", "MPCA of the Philippines"

Logo: Same
as the 1987 Motion Picture Corporation of America logo, but instead of "MOTION PICTURE CORPORATION OF AMERICA" fading in, the orange-ish words "PIONEER FILMS" slide in and stop in the center of the marble background.

FX/SFX: Same as the MPCA logo, but with a different name sliding in instead.

Music/Sounds: A creepy synth note that holds up throughout the whole logo, accompained by whooshes, drumbeats and laser zaps.

Availability: Was seen on the Filipino movie Manila Boy.

Editor's Note:
It has received notification in the logo community as one of the cheapest logos from the Philippines, with blatant use of the animation from the 1987 Motion Picture Corporation of America.