Wind Dancer Films

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Logo descriptions by Logoboy95 and edunk5

1st Logo
(September 14, 1997-May 4, 2003)

: "The Golden Feather"

Logo: Same as the 1997 Wind Dancer Productions logo, but the animation is slower and has a purplish tint to it. Below the final product is "
WIND DANCER FILMS", in a shiny blue font with two lines underneath it.

Variant: There is a shortened version.

FX/SFX: Same as the television logo, only slower.

Music/Sounds: We hear the 4-note flute theme from the TV logo play, leading into a lush string/horn piece with the flute tune playing again near the end. At the end of Where the Heart Is, it's silent. The short version uses only the flute theme.

Availability: Rare. Seen on Firelight and Where the Heart Is. The short version can be seen on Tim Allen Presents: A User's Guide to Home Improvement.

Editor's Note: None.

2nd Logo
(April 27, 2006- )

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Nicknames: "The Eagle", "Free Bird"

Logo: On a black background, a small square depicts footage of a mud cracked wasteland being zoomed through before stopping to reveal an eagle trying to fly away but one of it's claws is chained to a leg cuff. It then unlocks the cuff with its beak and flies off. An orange burst of sunlight fades in at the top right of the square, shining diagonally. Another burst of sunlight appears moving below the square across to the right forming "WIND DANCER" in an orange Times New Roman font. The eagle then returns flying over to the top left of the square and settling there with it's wings still spread out. "FILMS" zooms up underneath in white.

FX/SFX: Entirely CGI.

Music/Sounds: Wind while panning, the chain when the eagle tries to break free, the eagle flapping its wings. After the eagle flies away a soothing orchestral fanfare is played accompanied by the eagle cawing. The first three notes of the theme are actually the same as the alternate theme of the 1997 Wind Dancer Productions logo.

Availability: Rare. Seen on Walker Payne, Bernie, As Cool As I Am, Saint George, and The Keeping Room as well as the documentary series, Wildest Africa.

Editor's Note: None.