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Regal Home Video (Philippines)

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Regal Home Video is a division of Regal Films Inc. (Regal Entertainment Inc.)

Regal International

1st Logo
(1987-1988)

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Early variant.

Logo: On a purple (Or, on Pilipinas Kong Mahal, a blue) background, we see the words:

"REGAL INTERNATIONAL
PRESENTS"

FX/SFX: None.

Music/Sounds: None.

Availability: Extremely rare. Appears on their very early VHS tapes, including Anak Ng Cabron.

Scare Factor: None.

2nd Logo
(1988-1992)

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Logo: On a background with a large and moving blue star, the same "R" from the Regal Films logo, but thinner font weight, falls to the center of the screen. The blue words Regal International, Inc.(in a similar font, and in capri) fade in. The word "Presents" (in a modern-styled font, and also in Capri) crawls down from below the "Regal International, Inc."

Variant: On I Have 3 Eggs and Pretty Boy Hoodlum, it is shorter and has more green tint.

FX/SFX: The moving star in the background, the "R" falling in the center, the "Regal International, Inc." fading in, and "Presents" crawling.

Cheesy Factor: While not as cheesy as the Regal Films "R from Hell" logo, some of the effects are rather dated, specifically the moving blue star (which looks like an amateurish Scanimate effect) and "Presents" crawling down (which looks a bit choppy).

Music/Sounds: Same as the 2nd Regal Films logo.

Availability: Same as before; once again, can be found on some Filipino films, and Seiko Films releases. Sometimes appears before the first logo.

Scare Factor: Minimal to low. There's still that music, but this is a major improvement over the "R of Doom".

Regal Home Entertainment

1st Logo
(1992-1994)

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Regal Home Entertainment (1992)

Logo: On a black background, segments of a TV tube spins in in opposite directions (Some going left and some going right). On the segments, it shows TV static. When the segments nearly meets to connect each other, it changed into the 35mm film detoration. When they connected each other, it changed back into static. The segmented purple/blue gradient background with white lines appears from the top to the bottom to clear the static. The yellow lines flies in to the below of the tube and turn to reveal:

REGAL HOME
ENTERTAINMENT

As it happens, the Regal Films "R" design forms in front of the tube.

Variant: There is a copyright holder on the black screen that says "COPYRIGHT 1992 BY REGAL CAPITAL INC." at the start or end of this tape.

Cheesy Factor: The forming of a logo is choppy and they stole the music from another logo.

Music/Sounds: The first Academy Home Entertainment logo theme

Availability: Common. Seen on VHS releases at the time such as Aswang and Boy Topak.

Scare Factor: None.

2nd Logo
(1993-1994)

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Logo: TBA

FX/SFX: TBA,

Cheesy Factor: Choppy animation, and looks like it was done on Atari.

Music/Sounds: Same as first logo but it is followed by a majestic fanfare for the copyright year and the Feature presentation bumper.

Availabilit: Extremely Rare. Known to appear on a VHS of Kung Ako'y IIwan Mo.

Scare Factor: TBA

3rd Logo
(1994-1995)

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Logo: TBA

Variant: A Feature Presentation Bumper exists.

Cheesy Factor: TBA

Music/Sounds: Same as the previous logo, but it is then followed by a majestic fanfare for the copyright year and the Feature presentation bumper.

Music/Sound Variant: On Multo in the City, it is silent.

Availability: Rare Seen on VHS Tapes at the time such as Climax and Fatima Buen.

Scare Factor: TBA


Regal Home Video

1st Logo
(1998-2003)

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Regal Home Video (1990's)

Logo: We see many blue segmented stripes moving around and forming the background while a 3D gold shape is seen zooming out below. Then a blue-ish rectangle appears, and the yellow Regal "R" design is seen zooming in and spinning. "REGAL HOME VIDEO" zooms in from the "R", and stops in the rectangle. The "R" stops zooming in also, and stops spinning after a second, and rests in an downward angle.

FX/SFX: All the 3D animation.

Cheese Factor: Off the charts! All the animation used is cheaply done, and why the gold shape at the beginning was really necessary? Plus, it is worth noting, however, that the logo still carries the word "HOME VIDEO" all the way to the early 2000's. Also see Pioneer Films

Music/Sounds: Same as the first Regal Home Video logo, in turn uses the Academy Home Entertainment logo.

Music/Sounds Variant: On Ang Titser Kong Pogi, it is silent.

Availability: Common to find in Filipino home videos from the time. This was seen on VHS, DVD, VCD movies like Gagamboy, Bahay ni Lola, Hesus Rebolusyonaryo, Aguinaldo: Agila Ng Cagayan,Vizconde Massacre, Sisa and other Regal Films (including Regal Entertainment Inc., MAQ Productions Inc, Good Harvest Unimited Inc., Mother Studios Films, and RMI), This logo can be found on HV releases made by OctoArts Films, GMA Films, pre-VIVA Films (such as FLT Films International and ATB-4 Films International), Maverick Films, ABS-CBN/Star Cinema Productions Inc., Reyna Films movies (such as Saan Ka Man Naroroon and Abot Kamay Ang Pangarap), Mahogany Pictures Inc., Seiko Films, Solar Films, Golden Lion Films, Millennium Cinema movies, and Etc.

Scare Factor: None.

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