Background: Found in 1911 by Dadasaheb Palk it was the first Tamil, and longest running studio ever, they did not make a logo until 1912.
1st Logo(1912-1946)Logo: On a grey background, we the company name and at the bottom Presents in the tami language.
Variant: An english version also exists.
Music/Sounds: None, the english version features a trumpet fanfare.
Availability: Seen on early films by the company.
Scare Factor: None, for this being a still logo. Minimal for the english-texted version due to music.
2nd Logo(1946-1963)Logo: TBA
Variant: An english version and both a color version exists.
Cheesy Factor: Very choppy animation, but for a logo made in the 1940's, this was very intentional.
Scare Factor: Low.
Variant: A color variant also exists.
FX/SFX: The ribbon flying down from the background.
Music/Sounds: An xylophone ditty which transits into a loud, echoing orchestral hit.
Availability: Seen on Mizhqi na Kharida, among other films.
Scare Factor: Medium. However, it gets worse!
(1984-1985)WARNING: Due to nudity, videos are not allowed on this site!Logo: On a blue background, TBA
FX/SFX: The logo zooming out, the forming of the widgets and gadgets, the drawing, and the logo appearing and flashing, along with the blurry nature of the logo which then lightens to the opening of the movie.
Cheesy Factor: Unstable animation. Going with par with the Jefferson Films International Company, as it features the drawing is a naked women.
Music/Sounds: A loud orchestra fanfare with some screeching.
Availability: Seen on films from the time, like Jo Hai Vaneshe Bilaghan.
Scare Factor: High. The music and the screeching may get a lot of people, also, the drawing of a naked women can add it too.