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Tales behind the TV manufacturing firm that closes logo.
Closure logotypes have developed into a small hallmark of the personality of a TV manufacturing firm.... The final day doesn't have to be a show sale, a tale telling or leaving an audiences behind for the next one. Closed logotypes are as narcissistic or essoteric as the manufacturing firm wants them to be. They may be the only place in TV productions where wit, familial photographs, private homage (or sweeping swear words in the case of a cartoon producer) and childish graffiti usually stuck to the refrigerator doors are welcome.
None. Well, this one here is a deeply emotional relationship. Three years after his father's passing in 1999, Matt Groening established The Curiosity company to create the Futurama science fiction movie. Groening used the image and audio recordings from his father's 1964 shortfilm as a affectionate homage for his corporate logo, the color ruby, which reflects to a "C" in the flowing waters.
Probably to make sure we all knew when to mail him a signature note, the maker of X-Files Chris Carter gave his Ten Thirteen manufacturing firm the name for his date of origin, October 13, 1956. Thierry Couturier, Supervising sound editor at The X-Files, Angel, Birdman and others, is the company's final logo, in which the sounds of an old-fashioned film projectionist swirls over the little boy's mouth and explains proudly: "I did it".
He was Couturier's then 9-year-old boy who initially talked the line and made Nathan Couturier the birth of Nathan Couturier at the TV producing firm end Logos. Motto: Not a motto as such, but they all begin with one author proposing an ideas to the other and bringing it to a cruel end. Battlestar Galactica co-creator David Eick's new buddy Jerry Hultsch incited and uttered each of the R&D TV kits that end every BSG happening in which 2D-animated releases of Ronald D. Moore and Eick become full of Itchy And Scratchy on each other.
Whedon drew and expressed the company's logo, showing a hand-drawn, 2-D res printed cartoon that rages across the monitor. There was also a funny spoof with a stop motionhedon, this one from Robot Chicken, which you can see here. After the location of Frank Capras, Marshall Herskovitz gave the name to the producer with whom he and Edward Zwick made some thirty (including Winnie Holzman's My so-called Life) after the location of Frank Capras It's a beautiful world.
This logo shows a sketch of 320 Sycamore, alias Old Granville Place, home of George and Mary Bailey in the fictitious city of Bedford Falls. There are also two parts that sing the last line of Buffalo Gals, the Donna Reed and Jimmy Stewart tune in the movie's infamous "Lasso the Moon" series.
By the way, the My So-Called Life flier has a series of nodding to It's a Wonderful Life, from Brian's George Bailey-like soccer pullover, to Angela switching Donna Reed styles in a shrub bery, to Zuzu's petal setting on Angela Reed TV in the end game. Adorned with an original Steven Spielberg logo, this is another film tribute to the film.
Here you have the orginal filmclip, for your convenience. Braniff. Prior to being rebranded Parker-Stone Studios in 2007, the South Park manufacturing firm was known as Braniff Productions and shared its name with an intercontinental carrier that left the store in 1982. When South Park designers Trey Parker and Matt Stone needed a final logo for the early stages of their motion picture cartoon show, they ridiculed one with a video from an old Braniff ad set on the subject from Parker's collegiate film Cannibal!
Then they made a bargain that allowed them to use the Braniff logo as a corporate logo. Robot Chicken co-creator Seth Green says the origins of the corporate name and logo were something of a hurry order made under pressure. Addicted Swim needed a final credit for the first few Robot Chicken movies and, as Green says, "Matt and I had been talking about making some kind of different entities maps like "Worldwide Pants" or "Where's Lunch" or other funny things.
All right, Matt said "all right, we'll all say one thing and that'll be the name of our company" and I said "That's stupid" and he said "and I like monkeys". It'?s just loving a little bit of home here. It is known that James L. Brooks Gracie Films was produced by James L. Brooks and called Gracie Allen after the funny Gracie Allen, but the precise origin of the obscured movie logo, in which a lady silences the public, is less clear.
The Simpsons have released several versions of the logo as described here, as well as the annual Treehouse Of horror stories in which the "shhhhhh" is substituted by a squeal. None. Taking advantage of the final logo occasion, Lorre expresses himself on a range of themes, from behind the curtain on Shenanigan (especially Charlie Sheen's highly visible exit from Two And A Half Men) to considerations on a multitude of themes.
However, it served to complete some episodes of Familyties, Brooklyn Bridge and Spin City. The final logo quickly entered the pop scene and was widely noticed and satirized by people like Familiy Guy, Robot Chicken, Animaniacs and others. Motto: No motto, just the name of the firm. Yet another moving relationship.
This logo is embellished with an old photo and celebrates the careers of the producer's dad in a similar way to Matt Groening's Curiosity Company video (see above). That' another easy marriage. The old King Of The Hill final logo (and its episodic audioclips ) for Greg Daniels' Deedle Dee Productions has been replaced by this newer marker drawing in a colored felt-tip marker on a light bluish back.
The Bruce Helford's Mohawk Productions' logo shows an ultrasonic picture of a child overlaid with the sounds of chuckling. JJ Abrams is another proud dad, whose Bad Robot manufacturing firm shows the voice of his two children Henry and Gracie, then two and three years old, in their TV incarnations.
What the fuck is the plot? Greg Berlanti's enterprise stands behind a whole series of recent cartoon hit films on TV. Berlanti told another homage to his father by telling the tale behind Berlanti's cosmetic plates - a familiy that watches TV while a harsh vocal accompanies the young boy "Greg, move your head".
Berlanti says his Gene dad would say exactly that to his little boy as the whole familiy tried to see the past of young Greg sitting cross-legged. None. It'?s just the name of the firm. The very productive TV writer/producer Stephen J. Cannell writes alone in his office, takes a piece of newspaper out of his typeface ( children, ask your parent ) and throws it into the wind where it turns into a 2-D piece of computer generated printed newspaper and becomes the "C" of the Cannell logo.