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Brodie TV Entertainment, formerly known as Brodie Group was a television production company founded by actor Brysen Brodie. Brodie TV Entertainment produced and created many different television shows including Chris, Up To Date With Brysen Brodie, The Adventures of D&P, Stadium Academy: The Series, and Ice Breakers. Brodie TV Entertainment also owned the television channels Brodie Network, Chris Jr and the international components to the channel Chris Network.
Brodie TV EntertainmentEdit
In December 2014 there were rumors that Brodie Group was going to re-brand in February 2015. Brysen Brodie, the founder of Brodie Group said the rumors about them re-branding were true. Brodie Group re-branded on February 5, 2015 and became Brodie TV Entertainment. On March 15, 2015 Brodie TV Entertainment was bought by Horsehead Studios, making them go defunct shortly after they re-branded. The fonts used in this logo are the Broadway BT font and the Cambria font.
Vortexx Studios merged into Horsehead Studios in 2014.
Horsehead Studios merged into Roblox Productions Vancouver/Toronto in January 2017.
BBB Pictures was founded on January 27, 1999 as a low-budget film studio. Their logo has been using traditional cel animation since 1999, and has never switched to digital ink and paint. As of 2013, the BBB Pictures logo cels are in good condition. In January 2017, BBB Pictures merged into Roblox Productions Burbank and London.
Vivo Original ProductionEdit
Vivo Original Productions was merged into Roblox Productions London in January 2017, after being acquired by Village Lava.
In contact with Dante Ball Pictures and Dante Ball Cartoons Inc., Cartoon Gadget gets his first 3D logo in 2003. The logo appears to be completely different, the "Cartoon" word is composed by 7 letters in rainbow colored squares, the "Gadget" word is on a gold color and there's a star right back to the words.
In 2009, A Holdings acquired Cartoon Gadget. In 2016, Cartoon Gadget was acquired by Talestar Investments, which, in turn, became Village Lava. Cartoon Gadget merged into Roblox Productions Los Angeles, Toronto, Osaka and Paris.
New York PicturesEdit
New York Pictures was founded in 1981 as an Canadian division of ITC Entertainment.
New York Pictures was bought out by SEGA in 1999.
New York Pictures was bought out by TBS (Travels Broadcasting Service) in 2001.
New York Pictures was bought out in 2017 by Village Lava and merged into Roblox Productions Toronto shortly afterwards.
J Files GraphicEdit
Embrase Media was split into two divisions;
- the video game, software, middleware and hardware research, design, planning and development division, and their offices, which integrated into Roblox Consumer Products offices in Emeryville, Santa Clara Valley, Helsinki, Barcelona, Cardiff, Melbourne, Rellingen, Munich, Tel Aviv, Malmö, Milan, Amsterdam and New York City
- the content production and talent management division which was merged into Roblox Productions offices in Los Angeles
However, later on:
- offices in Melbourne and Santa Clara Valley were closed and employees moved to Cardiff,
- employees in Emeryville and New York City moved to Vancouver,
- offices in Helsinki, Rellingen, Munich, Barcelona, Tel Aviv, Malmö and Milan were merged into the EMEA office in the new Amsterdam office
Blow-Up Milk ProductionsEdit
In 2016, after Village Lava bid Blow-Up Milk, Blow-Up Milk was merged to Roblox Productions.
Turbo Fold ProductionsEdit
In 1990, the company was founded by Riley Spears, Joseph Seavor and Kenneth J. Singer and it produced Alien Pigs. The company headquarters is Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
Turbo Fold Productions merged into Roblox Productions Vancouver in January 2017.
RCA/Columbia Pictures International Video Edit
RCA/Columbia Pictures international Video is an branded home video company in 1990.
RCA/Columbia Pictures International Video is FInally Rebranding To 54325 home video
54325 Home Video Edit
54325 home Video (previously known as RCA/Columbia Pictures International Video) is an home video company founded in 1990.
Following the acquisition by Ktuhbodonut2011 Holdings, 54325 Home Video was merged to Roblox Productions.
Blue Films was founded on May 1, 2000 as a division of BBB Pictures. Their logo has been using traditional cel animation since 2000, and has never switched to digital ink and paint. As of 2013, the Blue Films logo cels are in good condition. The cels were later used in the PPG episode "Bought and Scold".
Green Films was founded on June 1, 2000 as a division of BBB Pictures. Their logo has been using traditional cel animation since 2000, and has never switched to digital ink and paint. As of 2013, the Green Films logo cels are in good condition. The cels were later used in the PPG episode "Bought and Scold".
Pink Films was founded on July 1, 2000 as a division of BBB Pictures. Their logo has been using traditional cel animation since 2000, and has never switched to digital ink and paint. As of 2013, the Pink Films logo cels are in good condition. The cels were later used in the PPG episode "Bought and Scold".
In 2016, A Holdings sold Griffin Films to Jack and Dylan Taylor. It merged into Roblox Productions' London offices.
On a sky blue (or lavender) background, the text "Hamada Television" and below it, it says "A Division of Roblox Networks ©Roblox/ITV 1995". And right next to it is a head. People nicknamed the head Tadashi.
Soon in 2004, Roblox Television was renamed to Roblox Networks and Granada/Carlton became ITV plc. ITV plc acquired the light entertainment, factual, drama and game show department of Hamada Television immediately afterwards and integrated to ITV Productions.
In 2005, Hamada Television, now an animation production company, released it's last animated film Over the Fog and renamed itself to Roblox Movies.
United Artists Records (revived)Edit
In 1996, MGM revived United Artists Records.
In 2001, Thorn Emi Media Group bought out 50% of UAR and became a co-owner. However, in 2016, the record company was sold to Ktuhbodonut2011 Holdings and became Roblox Productions' music production, recording, sales and management operations.
Logo:in a computer screen, we see the spot light looking around [kinda like KaBoom! Entertainment] then, it dissvoles the light, causing to blow, then, It creates FlasH! in a ASUS Logo font, and the bomb lits, Then the bomb is about to blow up.
FX/SFX: Good animation made from Atomic Cartoons inc.
Flash! Entertainment merged into Roblox Productions' Paris, Toronto, Seoul and Vancouver offices.
Super Spacetoon Edit
Super Spacetoon was founded by Spacetoon management team to produce original programming for Spacetoon channels. The offices are located in Dubai, London, New York City and Jakarta.
It's office in Dubai got closed down in 2015, but was bought by a team of investors who soon formed Crystal Holdings. The Dubai office became Crystal Television Dubai.
Trapezoink Productions Edit
2015-2016, 2017- Edit
In 2015, Super SpaceToon was renamed Trapezoink Productions, with offices now in London, New York and Jakarta. However, in January 2016, The Trapezoink New York and Trapezoink London offices were closed down.
In October 2016, Trapezoink was acquired by Ktuhbodonut2011 Holdings and became the Indonesian operations of Roblox Productions.
54325 Domestic Animation (first era) Edit
54325 TF! Domestic AnimationEdit
54325 Domestic Animation (second era) Edit
Teletoon productions Edit
Teletoon Productions, an American company owned by Corus Entertainment, was merged to AnimationGym in 2006.
It Ended With The Company Roblox Productions In 08th of January of 2013
54325 productions Edit
In 2016, 54325 Productions was bought by Ktuhbodonut2011 Holdings and was merged to Roblox Productions.
54325/seven arts home video Edit
In 2001, 54325 pictures has launched a TV series called Rilastika and Lyloo.
54325 pictures Edit
In 2016, after releasing it's last film Zack the Stickman, the company merged to Roblox Productions.
In 2016, Jailkid Entertainment became Roblox Productions' Vancouver operations.
Nicknames: "Kid In Jail"
Logo: On a paper-white background, there is a child's drawing of a sad kid in jail. The words Jailkid Entertainment (in a Palatino-like font) zoom into the logo from the left.
Cheesy Factor: All PowerPoint-style effects.
Scare Factor: None. This logo might just be a little funny!
Nicknames: "Jail Ball"
Logo: On a dark background, a shiny blue ball sits in a jail. When the camera zooms in, the ball starts jumping around the jail cell. A few seconds later, the ball finds a gun to shoot the jail walls, so the ball then escapes jail. After it escapes the jail, the words "Jailkid Entertainment" are on the ball.
FX/SFX: Great CGI.
Music/Sounds: An exciting piano tune, then a whoosh when the ball escapes the jail.
Scare Factor: Minimal to nightmare. The gun, dark background, and the whoosh might scare you. But this is a very cool logo.
Roblox Movies Edit
Roblox Movies was founded in 2005, but didn't release a film until 2006.
First used on "Be Anything, Build Anything"
Roblox Movies merged to it's parent company Roblox Productions in 2016 And Is Back In 10th of January of 2017
First used on ''The Blox Generation''
Roblox Shorts (First Era) Edit
Roblox Shorts was founded as a short film division of Roblox Movies, a production arm of Roblox Networks.
It Renamed To R Shorts In 2012
R Shorts Edit
2011 (Roblox Rally); 2012-2016 Edit
In Roblox Rally they said the new logo is set to debut in "the summer of 2012" but got pushed backward to October 6th 2012. In 2016, R Shorts merged to Roblox Productions It Was Renamed To O Shorts
O Shorts Edit
In 2016, Greencat Studios became Roblox Productions' Los Angeles and Burbank offices.
Scratch U8 ProductionsEdit
In 2016, Scratch U8 Productions was folded into Roblox Productions.
Roblox DVD Edit
Roblox DVD was founded as a home video division of Roblox Movies. It merged to Roblox Productions in 2016 It Renamed to Roblox Movies DVD
Roblox Movies DVD Edit
RKO-TBS Ventures Canada Edit
RKO-TBS Ventures Canada was founded as a joint venture between Canadian TBS and American RKO Holdings. They used to hold channels, such as TBS1 and much more, but the channels were sold when TBS' parent company Crystal Holdings entered bankruptcy in October 2016.
The company's each 50% stakes were sold to Village Lava by RKO Holdings and Crystal Holdings before 2017. Soon, the company became Roblox Productions' Canadian operations, located in Vancouver and Toronto.
Brysen Brodie ProductionsEdit
After Horsehead Studios was acquired by Village Lava, BBP was merged into Roblox Productions' Vancouver and Toronto offices.
Roblox Productions Inc (first era)Edit
Roblox Networks turned Dynablocks Productions into a television production arm of Roblox Networks. Roblox Productions Inc renamed itself to just Roblox Productions, following the acquisition by Ktuhbodonut2011 Holdings.
In 2016, Crystal Franks was bought out by Glass Clock Networks, which soon merged into Village Lava. Dynamikun Productions merged into Roblox Productions Los Angeles shortly afterwards.
RKO Television Stations Productions International/Skycat GroupEdit
RKO Television Stations Productions International, located in Germany, Netherlands, Hungary, Spain, Ukraine and Malaysia, was a production arm of RKO Television Stations Productions. In 2008, it gained offices in UK, Northern Ireland, Sweden, China, Australia, Russia, France, Brazil, Mexico, Colombia, Italy and San Diego.
The international offices were spun off as a worldwide group of companies, Skycat Group, in January 2009, but was soon bought out by a group of investors in 2014, who then went on to found Crystal Television in 2016. However, Skycat London was excluded from the deal and remained as a part of RKO Television Stations Productions International, until 2009. After that, Skycat London became the main UK operations of RKO Television Stations.
In June 2009, the name was re-tired and, the only remaining, San Diego office became a part of RKO Television Stations Productions.
Roblox Productions Edit
October - November 2016 Edit
In October 2016, after Ktuhbodonut2011 Holdings bought out Roblox Productions, Lava Lamp Entertainment bought out Games Animation (who was the producer and animator for Greeny Michael) and the production and animation team moved from GA to Roblox Productions, who then continued the production of Greeny Michael.
November 2016 - January 2017 Edit
In November 2016, Roblox Productions changed their logo to 2D. In December, Village Lava announced restruction of Roblox Productions and Roblox Consumer Products, which included merging of more companies. The restruction finished in February 2017.
Bachmann Television GroupEdit
Bachmann Television Group management team was sold at auction to Village Lava and the merger into Roblox Productions was announced. It finalized in February 2017.
A Animation StudiosEdit
In 2016, A Animation Studios was acquired by Jack and Dylan Taylor.
ITC Entertainment (revived)Edit
The logo is a flashback of the 1968 logo.
ITC merged into Roblox Productions London and Burbank in 2017.
Scratch U8 CommunicationsEdit
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A Documentary FilmsEdit
In late 2016, A Documentary Films was acquired by Nextreme Entertainment. However, it was acquired by Village Lava in Feburary 2017. A Documentary Films became both Roblox Productions London and Roblox Productions' documentary department.
The Ultimate Enterprise StudiosEdit
1984-1988, 1988-2007, 2007-2012Edit
Laserium Sports ManagementEdit
Renaissance Atlantic EntertainmentEdit
5 Ants EntertainmentEdit
in 2017, 5 Ants was acquired by Village Lava and merged to Roblox Productions Los Angeles office
Roblox Productions Inc (second era)Edit
Roblox Productions was a film, music, television and sports production, distribution, sales, management, syndication and home entertainment division of Village Lava.
They have headquarters in Los Angeles, USA and other offices in Vancouver/Toronto, Canada and London, UK.
The Sydney, London, Mexico City, Dubai and Sao Paulo offices of Mirage World Films were bought out and merged into Roblox Productions in January 2017. In February 2017, GBC Entertainment Europe acquired the Copenhagen office from Roblox Productions, while Laserium-GBC Networks Europe acquired the Paris and Berlin offices. The Paris and Berlin offices were quickly sold and merged into Live International.
Later, Live International bought Roblox Productions' international operations, with San Mateo, New York City and Burbank offices.
BBB Animation Edit
BBB Animation was founded on January 28, 2000 as a low-budget animated film studio. Like the BBB Pictures logo, this logo has been using traditional cel animation since 1999, and has never switched to digital ink and paint. As of 2013, the BBB Animation logo cels are in good condition.
In 2016, Leopard Holdings acquired BBB Music and BBB Animation from The BBB Group. BBB Animation soon became Cannon Animation.
Oebo Studio 2.0Edit
Cannon Digital StudiosEdit
Oebo Pictures ReleasingEdit
Oebo Pictures InternationalEdit
FinleyLand Animation Studios Edit
Topitoomay Animation StudiosEdit
Crystal Animation StudiosEdit
Oebo Television AnimationEdit
Leopard Animation TelevisionEdit
Badgasarian Television GroupEdit
Cannon Television AnimationEdit
ICHC Television Edit
In 2016, ICHC Holdings merged to Leopard Holdings and ICHC Television became Cannon Television.
Leopard Pay TelevisionEdit
Leopard Domestic TelevisionEdit
Beastest Nintendo DS Player In The World UKEdit
Beastest Nintendo DS Player In The World InternationalEdit
Oebo Pictures TelevisionEdit
Oebo Pictures Domestic TelevisionEdit
Classics By Beastest Nintendo DS Player In The WorldEdit
1978-1994, 2016-2017Edit2 Ways Cannon Media Group revived Square Pictures as an art house film division.
Leopard International FilmsEdit
Bird Film SalesEdit
1986-2017Edit2 Ways Cannon Media Group. Bird Film Sales also became an international film production division.
2 Ways FilmsEdit
2 Ways RecordsEdit
Cannon Digital MediaEdit
In 2013, Cannon Films was revived by Leopard Holdings. In 2016, Leopard spun off it's companies, that didn't hold the Leopard name, into 2 Ways Cannon Media Group.
Bachmann Home EntertainmentEdit
A Home VideoEdit
A version with it being trampled by giant feet can be seen on some cartoon/kids video releases.
A Home EntertainmentEdit
Another variants of this logo have been seen. The first one has a lowercase "A" in a blue background with the word "A home entertainment" written in a mickey mouse font with 3 drumbeats and a triange ding playing Was seen on multiple VHS releases of caillou gets grounded from 2005 - 2006.
a rare logo only seen on a 2008 DVD release of earth to Luna: the talking pet. The logo is just luna dancing with the normal logo on the bottom.
A DVD Edit
A Blu-ray Disc Edit
In 1990s, they acquired Spelling Daytime Television, Torand Productions and Laurel Entertainment, Inc.
Bachmann Television StudiosEdit
Live Entertainment was revived by Polar Night Inc in 2017. It launced its management division after acquiring Herrick Entertainment, Spikings Entertainment, Envision Entertainment, Closest to the Hole Entertainment and Leverage Management, allowing Live Entertainment to acquire ownership of films, such as Lone Survivor.
The Cheese GroupEdit
Action Central FilmsEdit
The Bridge Films/ProductionsEdit
The logo is premiered in A Great Story
In 2016, The Cheese Group was merged to Leopard Holdings and Leopard spun off it's companies, that didn't hold the Leopard name, into 2 Ways Cannon Media Group.
Get Out Productions!Edit
Badgasarian Home VideoEdit
In 2016, ICHC Holdings was merged to 2 Ways Cannon Media Group and Eagle Fire Entertainment.
Beastest Nintendo DS Player In The World Home EntertainmentEdit
Oebo Home EntertainmentEdit
Adult Pictures became Eagle Fire After Dark in 2016.
Oebo Home Entertainment GroupEdit
Dancing Cat ProductionsEdit
Visioner Television StudiosEdit
Gamefly Home Entertainment Edit
June 2015-October 2015 Edit
October 2015-2016 Edit
The Doge Companies Edit
The Doge Companies launched in 2014 and it is owned by ICHC. In 2016, ICHC Holdings merged to 2 Ways Cannon Media Group.
Oebo Productions (first era) Edit
Production Company Started On March 13 1993
In June 1997 Oebo Productions Replace The Oebo Logo For 3 Years
Oebo Studios Edit
On Janurary 31st 2008 Oebo Productions Was Changed For Almost 15 Years
Oebo Productions (second era) Edit
In 2016, after Oebo's media assets were acquired by Leopard Holdings, Oebo Productions became Eagle Fire Entertainment.
Davis International Edit
The Volkhausen Family International Edit
Oebo Volkhausen International Networks Edit
Oebo Television Family Edit
Oebo Television Networks Edit
The channels themselves were given to Leopard Holdings, while the company itself was merged into Eagle Fire Entertainment.
Baby Oebo Home EntertainmentEdit
Visioner Home EntertainmentEdit
Sony Tiger MusicEdit
Tiger Columbia FilmsEdit
Tiger Television EntertainmentEdit
Tiger Animation TelevisionEdit
Tiger Music EntertainmentEdit
Beastest Nintendo DS Player In The World Home EntertainmentEdit
Glass and a Half Full NetworksEdit
Topitoomay Movies GroupEdit
Topitoomay Movies Edit
Broadway Home EntertainmentEdit
Square Music VideoEdit
In 2016, Visioner Holdings was merged to Leopard Holdings.
Dancing Cat ProductionsEdit
HeartBreak Productions Edit
HeartBreak Films Was Originally called HeartBreak Productions after this Creation.
HeartBreak Films Edit
in 2016, HeartBreak Productions has been Renamed HeartBreak Films.
Beastest Nintendo DS Player In The World IncEdit
White Flag ProductionsEdit
Early 2015-2017Edit2 Ways Cannon Media Group. Leopard Holdings was bought out by Crystal Holdings (now Polar Night Inc) in 2016 and WFP was merged into Eagle Fire Entertainment in 2017.
This Taken from Susiro's World on Pixni.
Leopard/Cannon Home EntertainmentEdit
Drawing Films Edit
Terwright Records (USA) LimitedEdit
In 2016, The Cheese Group was merged to Leopard Holdings and Leopard spun off it's companies, that didn't hold the Leopard name, into 2 Ways Cannon Media Group.
Polar Night MusicEdit
Thorn Emi Tunes (UK) plcEdit
Thorn Emi RecordsEdit
KIVO Television Group RomaniaEdit
Visioner Holdings LATAM LLCEdit
Eagle Fire EntertainmentEdit
John River TelevisionEdit
In 2017, John River Entertainment acquired Panda Television (known for studio shows, quiz and gameshows & music programmes) and the magic show-focused department of Second Star Productions from Objective Media Group.
MIS Partnership was a joint venture between Metropolitan Media Group, Disney Media Distribution, PBS members, CBS Corporation, NBCUniversal, Turner Broadcasting System and Fox Entertainment Group.
Leopard Teen Network OriginalsEdit
Tiger Teen Network OriginalsEdit
Cannon Max OriginalsEdit
Nextreme Max ProductionsEdit
Pop Corn ProductionsEdit
Pop Corn Productions is an UK Comedy Television Production.In 1986,Pop Corn Production was sold to Leopard Television and was folded in Late 1989. It was briefly revived in 2016, but was folded in 2017
1985-late 1989; 2016-2017Edit
Hiscanal Producciones OriginalesEdit
John River Entertainment Pay & Subscription TV DivisionEdit
John River Entertainment Sports DivisionEdit
John River Entertainment Sports FilmsEdit
In October 2016, Topitoomay's channel management division Topitoomay Vision merged to the television distribution, syndication and production company Topitoomay Television to form "a full television division" bearing the latter's name.
Sunrise Road ProductionsEdit
In 2017, John River Group established a long-form factual programming production and new technology incubation unit called Sunrise Road Productions.
Cenozoic Productions was a natural history, museographic and exhibition unit of Metropolitan Media Group.
Oebo Pictures Edit
Triumph Pictures (revived)Edit
Revived by Ub Iwerks Company
Ub Iwerks PicturesEdit
Ub Iwerks EntertainmentEdit
Ub Iwerks AnimationEdit
Ub Iwerks ToonsEdit
Ub Iwerks TelevisionEdit
Ub Iwerks Television GroupEdit
Beuren Channel OriginalEdit
Van Beuren Television AnimationEdit
Van Beuren Television StudiosEdit
Van Beuren Television GroupEdit
Van Beuren Animation StudiosEdit
Van Beuren EntertainmentEdit
Van Beuren Family Worldwide IncEdit
Van Beuren PicturesEdit
The Van Beuren CompanyEdit
Beuren Junior OriginalEdit
Beuren X OriginalEdit
Beuren Channel Original MoviesEdit
Globo Television StudiosEdit
Globo Television GroupEdit
SBC Media, Inc.Edit
SBC Television GroupEdit
SEGA Television GroupEdit
Sonic Team PicturesEdit
Grupo BCB de ComunicacaoEdit
In 2015, TOWN Holdings became TOWN Media.
Service Games PicturesEdit
SEGA Feature FilmsEdit
SEGA Films' parent company SEGA Holdings Inc got acquired and merged to Laserium Holdings in June 2016.
Service Games FamilyEdit
B2 Original ProductionsEdit
PBS Films was founded in 1971 (thought films from 1971 made by the company had an in credit text at the beginning of film) as a joint venture with PBS, Children's Television Workshop, WNET, WNED, WNVC, WQED, KPBS and WGBH.
At first it only had distribution through Columbia Pictures and Warner Bros domestically; along with United Artists and EMI internationally.
Nicknames: The Everyman, The film Reel.
Logo: We see a spinning film reel then the PBS Everyman appears and the words PBS films appears, then the film reel stops spinning.
Variant: On some films the byline: Released Thru Warner Bros. Pictures a Warner Communications Company is seen. Starting in 1976 a byline stating: Released through Columbia Pictures was used the next to the byline was the SunBurst.Also there is a B/W version on non Warner films such as: Golden Sierra (Columbia), Fire and Water, (Paramount), Hollywood Land ( Avco-Embassy theatrical. Though the PG-13 cut is owned by Tri-Star), Sesame Street Magical Alphabet Quest ( Internationally through MGM after buying the film from EMI ),and The Unicorn Prince (United Artists). However Sesame Street Magical Alphabet Quest had the B/W logo since it was distributed by Warner but produced by Toei Animation, CTW, and Gaumont.
SFX/FX: the spinning film reel and the words appearing.
Music and Sounds: A 15 note synth tune.
Music and Sounds Variant: The 2002 DVD of the anime film The Dark Rose has a 10 note piano tune which was from the German release,however the 1999 and 2006 DVD releases of Fire and Water has the second logo with this logo's music..
Availability:Rare, as ether a BBC, MGM, Turner ,Sesame Workshop, 1981 Columbia Torch Lasy,or the 1984 Warner Pictures logo plasters this logo on US prints of films released by the company. however some films such as US prints The Great African Journey have this logo followed by a BBC logo. Although VHS releases of the company's films from 1977 to 1993 have this logo, and some DVD releases from 1996 to early 1997. This logo can also be seen on some films that were co-produced with Paramount, United Artists, and in rare cases Disney, however most of the co-productions with Disney are owned by Disney and omit this logo, however some of the co-productions are owned by Turner and don't omit this logo and even keeps the Disney in credit text.The co-productions with Paramount are owned by Paramount internationally except Japan,Britain,Australia,and New Zealand which in those countries the rights are owned by BBC. Paramount preserves this logo, but in North America the films are owned by Warner Bros., who preserves this and the Paramount. logo. The United Artists co-productions are owned internationally by MGM as of 2015, MGM keeps both logos on international releases. In North America the films are owned by BBC, and they keep both logos on North American releases.The Warner Bros. byline was seen on 1996 flipper DVD of Sesame Street and the Magical Alphabet Quest and Monde Concert '74.
Scare Factor: Low.
1975-1992 (Most countries); 1975-1997 (Japan, USA, France, and Denmark)Edit
Nicknames: The Starry P-head
Logo: On a black background we see the P-Head logo, the logo flashes then 8 stars fly over the logo and then the words PBS Films is seen, then the word Presents is seen.
Variant: Starting in 1979, the byline "A Division of Celluloid Communications" is seen. Depending on the movie, a distributor's logo would be seen below the P-Head, next to the text "Through" and the distributor's name.
- Romeo and Juliet has the Sunburst below the P-Head
- BackSkratch has the The Big W and the Warner Byline
- Great Outdoors: The Outback has a EMI logo bellow it
- Sherlock Holmes and the Vampire Curse (1987 anime film) has a WB shield under the P-Head
- and Arctic Mysteries has the 20th Century Fox logo under the P-Head
SFX/FX: The Flashing, The stars flying, and the words appearing.
Music and Sounds: A 12 note Moog Synthesizer fanfare.
Availability: Common, Some companies that released titles from the company include: PBS Home Video, Magnetic Video, and Warner Home Video.so look for some releases of films from PBS Films from these companies, for example the 1988 VHS and 2002 DVD release of BackSkratch, the 2004 DVD release of Romeo and Juliet ( the 1975 anime film) have this logo. Magnetic Video Laserdisc releases of PBS Films' Films have no logo, but Magnetic Tapes do.
Scare Factor: Medium.
Nicknames: the PBS text
Logo: It is just the words PBS Pictures presents.
Variant: in 1984 the The 1984 P-head was added above the logo. In 1985 the text PBS Pictures released thru New Line Cinema was added.
Music and Sounds: The 1st logo fanfare on some films. Though usually Beethoven's Fifth Symphony would be used.
Availability: Rare, This was only seen in Europe and films distributed by New Line so look for older prints of films like Loudness...Stop it!.The 2004 DVD and The 2012 Blu-Ray of The Gates of Troy have this logo.
Scare Factor: Minimal.
Nicknames: The CGI P-Head
Logo: On a background we see a flash, then the P-Head (in the 1984 style) appears and then 8 stars fly over the P-Head, after that the background changes to a Roman,Egyptian, and Greek style background, finally the logo flashes and we see the P-Head on a throne with olive wreathes surrounding the throne and the words
A Public Broadcasting Service Company
under the olive wreathes.
SFX/FX: all the animation in the logo.
Trivia: the logo was designed and animated in 20 days.
Music and Sounds: a 20 note orchestral fanfare that sounds similar to the NOVA theme that was used at the time.
Availability: Common, as MGM Home Video releases of films by the company like Star Night have this logo preserved on all their films and some times plasters previous logos.
Scare factor: None.
Celluloid Reel Pictures CompanyEdit
In 1997 the company was spun off as Celluloid Reel Pictures Company. In 2002, the total 50% of the company was bought by StudioCanal, Toei, Gaumont and BBC Worldwide.
As of 2015, the company produced and released its movies through MGM Home Entertainment/20th Century Fox Home Entertainment internationally and Sony Pictures Worldide Acquisitions/Paramount Home Entertainment domestically. Though most of its former film library are owned by Warner Bros. and Columbia, there are some films owned by StudioCanal.
Nicknames: The Filmreel
Logo: Just a film reel. With the company name.
Music and Sounds: Same as the last logo.
Availability: Common and can be seen on all films from the company, however films like such as Logic and Reason have no logo
In 2017, StudioCanal, Toei, Gaumont and BBC Worldwide sold their 50% stake to Laserium Holdings. Laserium also acquired the other 50% of the company and Celluloid Reels became a fully-owned production company.