Lost Media Archive

This page is meant to keep track of footage of television or movie closing logos that are either lost or rare. It is named for a popular urban legend amongst logo enthusiasts on forums such as the Closing Logo Group or the CLG Wiki. Long story short, the world of logos has its share of vague memories and urban legends.

NOTE: When adding a logo to this page please be sure to alphabetize it correctly.


Logos (Numerical)

20th (Century Fox) Television at the end of St. Elsewhere and Hill Street Blues (FOUND)

In 2000 or so, Bravo began airing reruns of both the MTM dramas. Only this was a short while after News Corporation had bought MTM, so viewers were "treated" to a new set of closing credits. Mimsie would no longer be seen at the end of either show, only the 20th Television tower/searchlights logo common to other Fox holdings. Accordingly, the speed of the credits themselves were adjusted to fit in the new logo before the theme music ended. (However, this contributor recalls the Hill St. music fading out and the 20th logo appearing, fanfare and all. This may be because the MTM logo was heard with the last note of the music. Also, supposedly at least one Elsewhere episode had the 20th, but you could still hear Mimsie's meow behind the new logo). As always, the series finale of Elsewhere was "censored" to have the typical style of end credits, but now had 20th on its own. In fact, the last known sighting of this version of either show was on ALN (now Youtoo TV) in 2010, when they showed St. Elsewhere’s finale with this variant. The Heroes & Icons channel runs HSB, and most episodes are the versions ending in 20th Television alone, which abruptly cuts into the end of the normally-running credits and theme song. Hulu similarly now has the entire run of Elsewhere, and select episodes end with the 20th Century Fox Television logo, which is fitted to appear at the end of the credits and when the theme song fades out (but just before you hear the MTM logo). Nonetheless, one such instance does include the version that keeps the MTM logo's soundtrack. Oddly enough, the series finale still has the typical end credits plastering the original version, but with the Elsewhere MTM variant restored (and followed by a logo for MTM Distribution). All the clips are found but have not been posted on YouTube as of now.

20th Century Fox (1935, Prototype variant) (FOUND!)

There's actually a variant where the "0" is wider and four extra searchlights appeared on this logo. It might be photoshopped but we are not sure. We think this logo is probably fake. No video evidence of this logo was found, but an image evidence was seen here. UPDATE 1/2/18: The prototype was found and it turns out it was actually real after all. It was spotted on the 2002 Fox Movie Channel (now FXM) documentary "Restoration of 'The 20th Century Fox Hour'". Here's the video of the variant here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v0lZHDkM_lo&feature=youtu.be&t=8m35s

Logos (Beginning with A)

A&M Video (Colored Text Variant, 1984) (FOUND!)

Confirmed to appear on the Betamax release of the Kilroy Was Here-era Styx mini-movie/concert video Caught In the Act. Same as the regular logo, except the A&M logo is colored orange, the boxes are colored static, and there's a crowd cheering over the logo.

UPDATE: A user called Haden Willier found this logo on the 1985 VHS release of Joe Cocker: Mad Dogs and Englishmen. This logo has been recorded off a camera. You can view the logo here.

Aardman Animations (1998, Open Matte variant)

A extremely rare variant of the 1998 Aardman Animations logo in 4:3 form what resembles it being zoomed out further than usual open matte like form is seen as a picture here and is on logos.wikia's page where there was no description on where it came from. Was this Aardman Animations corporate logo? A remake of this is available on Thomas Percival's channel.

ABC Entertainment (2001-2002, alternate version) (FOUND)

There is a alternate version in which the 2001 ABC Entertainment logo had this logo on a yellow background and the "abc" circle logo with the word "Entertainment" and the copyright stamp in a black color.

UPDATE: The logo is found https://youtu.be/kthQZ3AgSbU

ABC Entertainment (2004-2005, alternate text)

A variant of the 2004 ABC Entertainment logo featured the text "ABC Entertainment" below, instead of "Entertainment".

ABC Studios (2007-2013, alternate variant)

There is a rare variant of the 2007 ABC Studios logo where the silhouettes of people working, carrying ladders, cameras and others from the whole logo are absent, but it simply shows the ABC Studios logo in a dark background with a small blue streak passing by from the left at the beginning when the logo fades in.

AMC Theatres "Now Showing or Coming Soon" (1983–1986)

A screenshot for this is online but a video for this hasn't turned up.

AMC Theatres "Previews" (1991-1994)

Again, a picture of this exists, but a video for it hasn't surfaced yet either.

American Movie Classics "Special Presentation" (December 1, 1989-1991)

There's a "Special Presentation" version used called "AMERICAN MOVIE CLASSICS". The three note AMC jingle is orchestrated. Used on documentary prints. No video evidence found.

American Movie Classics "Matinee Classics (1989-1991)

There's a "Matinee Classics" variant. No video evidence found.

American Multi Cinema (1962-1974)

A print logo exists but a Feature Presentation or any other bumper as made aren't on the internet yet.

American Multi Cinema (1974-1980)

A picture of it exists but none of the Feature Presentation or any other bumpers haven't turned up also.

A version of the Anglia 1988 logo had the 1998 ITV logo fading in on the top left. No footage exists of it. It was in a video showing pictures of ITV idents until 2002.

Alliance Atlantis Vivafilm (early version)

Confirmed on a French-Canadian print of eXistenZ. It is basically the 1998-99 Alliance Atlantis logo with the addition of the word "VIVAFILM".

Alliance Vivafilm (1991-1998)

It is confirmed to be seen on a French-Canadian print of The Sweet Hereafter.

Apple International (1993-September 6, 2006)

There's is a variant that would have Apple International Incorporated. The text fades in then copyright date. Used on some Beatles specials outside the US.

Apple International (September 6, 2006-June 3, 2010)

Woud have a black background with the Apple International text fading in. No video evidence found

Apple International (June 4, 2010-July 25, 2013)

There's is a blue background, with "APPLE INTERNATIONAL" on a green background.

Associated Artists Productions (1st Logo)

In the mid-1950's Associated Artists Productions debuted their first logo. This logo was only confirmed to have been seen on certain prints of the Sherlock Holmes film Terror by Night (although most prints preserve the 1936 Universal Studios logo). While this logo is preserved on select public domain releases it is almost impossible to find to. Could it have been seen on other films? (The Atom) AAP then debuted a second logo in 1955. This logo was seen on 1950's prints of pre-1949 (1948 and before) Warner Bros. Pictures films. However, in 1959 United Artists Corporation purchased AAP and folded it into United Artists Television and was renamed United Artists Associated. The rights to the films went through several owners and as a result this logo has been plastered by United Artists Associated, United Artists Pictures and Turner Entertainment Co. logos and currently, with the rights with Warner Bros. Pictures via Turner Entertainment Co., no logo and going straight to the Warner Bros. logo of the era. The best place to find this logo would be public domain releases of films distributed by AAP or recordings off of pre-1981 (more likely mid-1970's) prints of pre-1948 Warner Bros. Pictures films.

Logos (Beginning with B)

BBC Choice Trumpet (FOUND)

There is 1 of the 5 BBC Choice IDs from 1998-2000 that has been lost. Called Trumpets, it features a trumpet, a flower and a trunk. Footage has been found.

BBC Knowledge 1999 variants

Two versions of the BBC Knowledge 1999 ident have different characters.


See Lost BBC2 Idents.

Baby Way Productions / Next to Last Productions (Alt. Music) (FOUND!)

Only seen on the last few seconds of the split-screen credits on the original WB premiere night of The Wayans Bros. Same as the regular logo, except that Michigan J. Frog sings "This has been a production of..." and then a dreamy piano ditty plays during the logo. UPDATE: It has been found [1]

Beavis & Butt-Head Do America "End" Bumper (FOUND!)

On MTV2 prints of the film "Beavis & Butt-Head" after the end credits. Featured a "The End" Bumper featuring the silhouettes of Beavis And Butthead from the opening credits & the explosion of fire from the desert scene, with Beavis & Butt-Head laughing in slow motion voices. It has been described as one of the scariest bumpers ever shown, but no video evidence has shown up. UPDATE: It has been found! Link here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HEMc_UEFY_s&t=106s

Big Idea Productions (1995, variant, FOUND!)

The 1995 logo variant had Bob saying "I'd like to get out now." It was rumored for years until it was uploaded in 2015 by three users, Braden Hall the Master, our LMW contributor Robowil [2] and aXis. Robowil and Braden Hall the Master recorded it off their TV's, but aXis recorded it with his VHS capture software. It can be found by just a simple search on YouTube.com

Blue Sky Studios (The Blue Paintstroke)

The first Blue Sky Studios logo featured the text with a blue paintstroke underneath, though it was only a print logo. An animated logo didn't appear until the movie Robots in 2005, but with a different logo. It was rumored that this was seen at the end of the theatrical release of the first Ice Age movie, which was released in 2002. Blue Sky didn't have the animated logo at the time. Also. the video games Robots and Ice Age 2: The Meltdown for the Game Boy Advance and Nintendo DS featured the Blue Paintstroke logo, but it was superimposed. Both these games were released in 2005, the same year as the new animated logo debuted. So it's currently unknown if the Blue Paintstroke logo ever had a logo at the end of Ice Age or anywhere in the film, or if it even existed. The CLG Wiki also claimed that it might have been seen on a DVD print of Robots, but as of 2017 the description of where this logo possibly came from got replaced by a simple, "Unknown.".

A picture posted on the CLG Wiki had a finding of this logo. It's featured on a black background, with copyright information below. It's unknown where that came from and no upload had this logo with animation. A recreation of how it possibly could've animated can be found here. As of 2019, the photo and the description got taken away from the CLG Wiki.

UPDATE: It was found on a TV spot for Ice Age, but for a fraction of a second. See it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=43cssTBvZXA

Border Television presents (1961)

There is a variant where the Border ident from 1961 can be seen but with 'presents' on it.

Buena Vista Film Distribution Co./Walt Disney Productions 1981 logo (FOUND!)

Appeared on Condorman. It can be found here.

Buena Vista Home Video (First logo) (FOUND!)

In 1984, Buena Vista Home Video debuted their first logo. It is confirmed to be seen on early Hopalong Cassidy cassettes including Silent Conflict and The Marauder. You can see the logo here (at 0:23).(Fourth Logo) (FOUND!) It is confirmed to be seen on Alvin and the Chipmunks VHS tapes. You can see the logo here.

Buena Vista/Walt Disney Productions (1973, Happy 50 Years logo) (FOUND!)

It originally appeared on the theatrical releases of 1973 Disney movies such as The World's Greatest Athlete, Charley and the Angel, One Little Indian, Disney's 21st animated feature Robin Hood, and Superdad, but it was edited out of subsequent prints of the said movies because it was outdated. However, it showed up on old cable TV prints of Charley and the Angel, as seen here.

Logos (Beginning with C)

Carlton Television

See Lost Carlton Idents (1993-2002).

Carmike Cinemas bumpers

See Carmike Cinemas (Missing feature presentation bumpers and policy trailers).

Castle Rock Entertainment Television (The Early Lighthouse)

A year before Castle Rock Entertainment introduced their first movie logo they introduced this logo for their television division. There are two known versions of the logo, one with a copyright stamp for Castle Rock Entertainment dated 1989 and one without copyright information. They were confirmed to have been on Heart and Soul (without copyright information) and Julie Brown: The Show (with the information), both were pilot episodes of series that were not picked up, although the former did air on NBC and the latter on CBS. This logo could have also been seen on the pilot episode of The Ed Begley, Jr. Show on CBS, the Seinfeld pilot episode "The Seinfeld Chronicles" on NBC (Julie Brown: The Show aired two months after "The Seinfeld Chronicles") and Homeroom on ABC. Although Homeroom had its first episode air on September 16, 1989, The Closing Logo Wiki claims the logo ended use on September 4, 1989, with a question mark next to it. The Closing Logos Wiki states that the next logo began use on July 5, 1989 meaning both The Ed Begley, Jr. Show, the Seinfeld pilot and Homeroom could have had the next logo. The logo was also rumored to have been on the NBC series Ann Jillian, only for it to turn out that the 1989 logo is used. The two shows confirmed to have this logo have not gotten much, if any, exposure since their initial airings, outside of recordings of each broadcast (and in Julie Brown: The Show's case, it's appearance as an extra on the 2015 DVD of The Edge). On DVD releases of Seinfeld by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment the next logo is used on "The Seinfeld Chronicles". The best place to find this logo would be to find recordings of the original broadcasts of the pilots. It has recently been found on the Homeroom pilot from September 16, 1989, seen here.

CBC Television Butterfly Logo (Wayne and Shuster Special Variant, 19??)

It had the butterfly logo playing as regular, but a fly swatter hits the logo. It's existence was mentioned by yoshitoshi98, although it's likely unconfirmed.

CBS Television Distribution (2007, with 1982 Blue Mountain music background)

This logo was seen on Laverne & Shirley on MeTV. It uses the 1982 Paramount Television "Blue Mountain" theme due to a poor plaster job. No video has been surfaced yet.

CBS Broadcast International (1987) Filmed Variant

As seen on My Fair Lady on American Movie Classics back in June 1993.

Central 1998-1999

See Lost Central Idents (1998-1999).

CFRN-TV CTV Ribbons ID (2002) (FOUND!)

Same as the CTV Ribbons ident with a male announcer saying "In Edmonton, you're watching CFRN Television", with CTV ribbons background puts to CTV ident fades in CANADIAN TELEVISION. No video evidence found.

CFCN-TV News Sting (2002) (FOUND!)

There is a mountain background saying "YOUR LOCAL NEWS THIS IS CFCN". There is a video evidence found YouTube back in 2018.

CFRN-TV Christmas ID (1979) (2004 rebroadcast)

There is a Christmas station ident using CFRN-TV Edmonton instrumental Late 70s saying "MERRY CHRISTMAS FROM CFRN". Also in 2004, it uses an updated announcer saying 'Merry Christmas from CFRN". No video evidence has been found.

CFTO-TV Productions (1995-1997)

There is blue background with the "CFTO-TV PRODUCTIONS" text and a copyright stamp date. A long version was also seen on CFTO-TV documentaries. It uses a 6-note orchestral fanfare. For the news specials, it uses black background with searchlights "CFTO-TV PRODUCTIONS" with no copyright date or stamp. For the short version it has a 2-note synth Moog tune. You know what using 1988 CFTO-TV idents music. No video evidence found.

Chace Productions, Inc. (FOUND)

Confirmed to be seen on a colorized print of The Maltese Falcon after the Warner Bros. closing logo.

CJCH-TV CTV ID Sign Off and On (2002) (FOUND!)

Same as the CTV Ribbons ident made Pittard Sullivan announcer on YouTube user by heymannyg ATV sign-on in 2002. (after few seconds O Canada film). Also that variant sign-off uses announcer on YouTube: Sign on: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DNQ_FdzCl28

Sign off: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W6WjNTLRhV8

CTV ID (2001) - Jessica Holmes

There is a red backgrond featuring celebrity Jessica Holmes.

Children's Television Workshop (Zhima Jie variant)


Claster Television Incorporated (Prototype Logo) (FOUND!)

Confirmed to be on VHS prints of C.O.P.S. from Just for Kids Home Video, as well as syndicated reruns of The New Archies. The initial claim was that it occurred over a light blue grid background similar to the Crawleys Films logo, the Claster logo is shown with no top text and bottom text, with the star spinning. The logo is silent, but the copyright screen that appears afterwards has a fast-paced arcade-game-like synth tune.

(UPDATE) This claim has since been proven false and the person who made the initial claim was no doubt thinking of the Crawley’s Films Logo. The actual “prototype“ logo is actually the normal logo albeit with a different four note space type theme and 1987 copyright info below saying “A subsidiary of Hasbro, Inc” It can be found here:

Columbia/Embassy Television

Coca-Cola merged Embassy's TV division, Embassy Television, with Columbia Pictures Television, to form Columbia/Embassy Television. This name was never used on-air, but in cable ads there was a version of the Coca-Cola Telecommunications logo in which there was the Columbia Lady at the top of the logo, and the Embassy E at the bottom of the logo. No video evidence has surfaced as of now, but two print photos have been found, which are here and here.

Columbia Pictures (1924-1927) (FOUND!)

In 1924, the Cohn brothers renamed Cohn-Brandt-Cohn (CBC) Film Sales as Columbia Pictures due to a Hollywood joke that the initials stood for "Corned Beef and Cabbage". There very first logo was this. There is no video of a animated version of this logo yet, but said to appear on films that were made around this era, but no video either has proven this yet. CLG Wiki claims that this logo was last seen on The Lady with the Torch documentary on Encore Drama (whenever the network decides to rebroadcast it). A version with the words "Columbia Pictures" in a different text with this logo can be seen here.

Columbia Pictures 1976 logo (far view version)

Apparently, CLG Wiki said on the Columbia Pictures page in the 4th logo section that "There is a far view version in 1.85:1 on the US Blu-ray release of Tommy." This was a massive myth in logo history. However, no video evidence of this (a 1.37:1 logo with missing left and right screen pieces) has been show, since online Blu-ray streamers like 123stream (which are taken from the US Blu-ray) uses the cropped 2.35:1 logo. This version of the logo was just the Academy ratio/1.37:1 spherical version of the logo, but reanimated by tracing all of the logo's frames and expanded horizontally to show more background detail, i.e. more clouds during the Torch Lady portion. A YouTube user, GarrettThePrincessDaisy FanaticEst2003, got Tommy on Blu-ray Disc in the mail from eBay on December 14, checking it and it seems the "scope" logo cropped to 1.85:1 was used instead[3], rendering the actual "expanded spherical" logo, with more background detail while reanimating all 1.37:1 spherical frames by tracing them, lost.

Columbia Pictures Television ("Cokeburst Variant")

The 1976 Columbia Pictures Television "Sunburst" logo. Some people "remember" seeing it in the 1980s with a Coca-Cola byline.

One of the biggest myths was the Columbia Pictures Television "Cokeburst", an alleged variant of the orange half-circle "sunburst" CPT logo (used from 1976-82) that had a byline for the Coca-Cola Company, as the revival of the Torch Lady would in 1982. At least three people claim to have seen this, and Philadelphia-or-New York City-based reruns of What's Happening!! in 1985, a few mid-80's episodes of Days of our Lives and spring '82 episodes of The Young and the Restless seem to always come up in the discussion. In March 2015, the myth was finally thought to be put to bed when CLG Wiki user "Supermarty-o" presented videos of the Cokeburst, allegedly from a making-of featurette on the Hong Kong Blu-Ray of 1977's The Deep, albeit with the music being the 1993 Columbia Pictures Television Distribution theme.

MitchHang's screenshot of the two captures side by side. A squiggly scratch near the left of the sunburst graphic is present on both captures.

Two months later, in May 2015, he came up with what he said was a bootleg DVD copy of the black-and-white 1957 film 20 Million Miles to Earth. The early byline was also shown by him in color on the 1982 movie The Hunchback of Notre Dame. However, as of January 2018, Supermarty-o was banned on the CLG Wiki after a lot of his finds, including the Cokebursts, were proved to be fraudulent. A year later in January 2019, user Kobepedia posted to the CLG Wiki forums that another user, MitchHang, discovered that the capture Supermarty-o had found (which was posted onto LogicSmash's channel) and a higher quality capture by ClosingLogosHD contained the same film scratches, but ClosingLogosHD's capture had no Coca-Cola byline, confirming that it may very well be indeed fake.

Columbia Pictures Home Entertainment (1971, 1978-1979) (Prototype)

This logo is simply a television-shaped tube with stripes and a white, simplistically stylized/abstract Torch Lady inside, as seen in this picture. However, it is unknown whether this showed up on covers for early Super 8mm, U-Matic, Cartrivision, Betamax or VHS releases of Columbia Pictures product or not, or whether this was ever a on-screen logo.

Columbia Pictures Television (1992, Married... With Children Variant)

On the season 7 Married... With Children episode "The Movie Show", the Bundys boo at the Columbia logo while the 1992 music plays in the background. The CLG Wiki says that this variant has been lost in recent years due to plastering with the 2002 Sony Pictures Television "Bars of Boredom" logo, and can only be found on recordings of the original broadcast episode. It did show up on YouTube at one point, but since has been taken down.

Columbia-TriStar Home Video (1992, guitar note version) (FOUND!)

Same as the regular logo, but a short guitar/bass note is heard over the logo. It was only found on foreign releases. It can be seen here. Another version with a short piano note can be seen here.

Columbia-TriStar Home Video (1992, version with RCA/Columbia Pictures International Video music) (FOUND!)

Same as the regular logo, but with the RCA/Columbia Pictures International Video music over it. Was on several Australian tapes. It can be seen here.

Connecticut Public Television (1993, Long Version, FOUND!)

Even though there is a video online, the logo itself is extinct and was actually used as a station ID during it's time. Some claim that it's seen on a few episodes of season 6 to 8 of Barney and Friends, but no video or evidence for this hasn't turned up yet. A version without the byline possibly exists but unconfirmed. You may want to check those old tape for this extinct variation. UPDATE: Bci Teens has found it on a recorded tape, see it here.

Logos (Beginning with D)

DIC "Kid in Bed" (Earlier Variant)

Earlier variants of the infamous DIC "Kid in Bed" logo had a lower pitch. It is unknown where this logo was found, though RugmanDuckIsBack reports that he saw it on a bootleg copy of an Inspector Gadget's Field Trip VHS.

DiC Entertainment (The Incredible World of DiC Kid in Bed)

The final "Kid in Bed" logo featured "the Incredible World Of DiC" globe from the 2001 logo zoom up outside the window, with light rays shining behind it. When the globe stops, the light rays flash. The logo also has a different star field that appears to be a cheap rotating 2D image, according to the CLG Wiki. Even though that variant did exist and was real, no one has ever found it, although remakes had been found on YouTube. This variant was rumored to have appeared on a DVD of The Mysterious Cities of Gold, and an Inspector Gadget promotional DVD. Other than that, not much about this variant is known, but it definitely does exist.

UPDATE: It's finally found on YouTube on here

DIC "Incredible World Of DIC" plaster with DHX Media

Since DIC was bought by DHX Media, there might be a plaster with DHX Media.

DIC "Vortex" with wrong colors (FOUND!)

DIC's Vortex logo has a variant with the different music on the "Yellow Vortex" variant, but with the green color for the "DIC" logo.

DNA Productions (last four variants of the "Paul" logo)

One of these rare DNA 2nd logo variants includes Paul saying "Hi I'm--forget it." and going into the bushes, another had Paul saying "Hi I'm--You know what, I told you." while laughing, chuckling, and giggling, another had Paul saying "Hi I'm--Oh, I quit!" then slapping his nose, and falling down, and another includes Paul saying "Hi, I'm--Uh, what?" and jumps. All four of them were removed from syndication, and are hard to find.

Don Simpson/Jerry Bruckheimer Films (Short version) (FOUND!)

It is confirmed to be seen on an episode of Soldier of Fortune, Inc.

DreamWorks Home Entertainment (2001, Shrek Home Video trailer variant) (FOUND)

It's just the DreamWorks Home Entertainment logo but with Shrek with a Santa Claus hat on fishing. This variant had been on YouTube at one point. UPDATE: Joshua Zhang uploaded a video of the logo here.

DreamWorks SKG (1994, prototype of the 1997 logo)

Around the same time DreamWorks was founded and three years before they debuted their well known logo on The Peacemaker (two years for their television counterpart), they made this logo. This image is spreading throughout the internet, but was this logo animated?

DTS (Water Drop logo, 1995-1997)

In 1995, DTS released a new trailer as some people complained that DTS's previous logo was too noisy and bombastic for more somber movies such as Schindler's List. It was only seen in three theaters in Albuquerque and St. Louis because Imagine Entertainment nearly sued DTS over how this trailer overly resembled the former's logo. A reconstruction exists on YouTube.

Logos (Beginning with E)

Edelman Productions (1998-2006) (FOUND!)

A logo that appeared at the end of certain HGTV shows such as pre-2006 episodes of Curb Appeal and Landscape Smart. Because many of HGTV's pre-2010 series cannot be found online very easily, it has been lost for many years. A low-quality upload of the logo, however, appears at the end of this upload of a 1999 episode of Landscape Smart.

East Tennessee Public TV Sign Off (2003)

There's is a extended version uses the same as 2002 ident. No video evidence found.

Logos (Beginning with F)

Falcon Video

Nothing is known about this company, other than their logo being described as "inappropriate", meaning this could be an early logo for gay porn studio Falcon Entertainment.

Family Home Entertainment "Handwriting Pad" logo (1985) (Black Background Variant)

Later video releases have the logo on a black background, the lines fade in and the FHE text draw itself on faster than usual. A byline for IVE/NCB is shown on the bottom. A still version can be seen on various Transformers promos.


Fat Dog Productions (FOUND!)

After having been lost for so long, it has been found, right here, courtesy of MachineryNoise!

Field Communications of Boston (1978)

There's is a variant used with an orange font, which then says "This is Field Communications of Boston".

Film World Festival

This was one of the 8 labels used by the Australian company PBV Video (Star Video, Embassy Home Entertainment, Australian Video, Film World Festival, Playaround Video, The Storytime Collection, Muppet Home Video, and MGM/UA Home Video). The logos for all of their other labels have been found, but the logo used for Film World Festival has not been found yet in its entirety. Part of the logo can be seen in the PBV Video logo, however.

Four D Productions (Blue shade variant) (FOUND!)

Confirmed to be on one final season episode of Barney Miller titled "The Clown". It can be found here

Fox Kids Video (animated logo, 1994-1997) (FOUND!)

In 1994, Fox Kids Video debuted their logo, which appeared on front covers of old Fox Kids VHS tapes from Fox Video, like cassette releases of Bobby's World, The Tick, and Eek! The Cat. There are two versions of the print logo: this and this. Were there animated logos for this company made before 1997?

UPDATE: A user named Alexander H found this logo, big thanks to him! Apparently there was an animated Fox Kids Video logo before 1997! You can watch it here.

Fox Lab (1st Logo, 1992-1995) (FOUND!)

The logo claims to have a spread out, lowercase, metallic-colored word "f o x l a b" sits still and fixed over a dark background, while thick trailing slivers of "smoke" swirl from behind the letters. The motion of the swirl is much faster than it's predecessor Fox Television Stations Productions. No video has been surfaced as of yet. UPDATE: It has been found! See it here

Fox Toons Interactive

A still print logo appears on Fox Kids Video titles, mostly Dr. Seuss titles such as The Cat in the Hat. Was there ever an animated variant?

Fox Video "Rotating Tower" (Alt. Music, 1993-95) (FOUND!)

A deep synth score can be heard on the 1995 Hong Kong Laserdisc release of Return of the Jedi. No video for this variant has surfaced as of yet. UPDATE: It has been found! See it here

Logos (Beginning with G)

Gaumont (1995, 100th anniversary variant) (FOUND!)

It's the 1995 logo but the words "1895-1995" and "100 ANS DE CINÉMA" were displayed above and below the company name. In 2018, The logo was found by CCG88 on YouTube. It was seen on The Guardian Angels.

“Gold Tower"/CBS-Fox Video "Stairways" ("Distributed By" Voiceover Variant, 1991-93) (FOUND!)

The Fox Video version has been discovered, and resides in this link! (UPDATE 5/21/15): The CBS-Fox version has also been found in this upload of the opening previews for the 1990s David Lynch film Wild at Heart (the logo starts at 2:25).

Granada Television (1956, animated)

The static variant was found, but the animated variant (with the arrow going upward) is still lost, due to the fact that Sidney Bernstein (the founder of Granada) was unhappy with how the animation portrayed his company.

GSN Originals (2004-2005?)

It was last seen on reruns of Russian Roulette and Whammy! The All New Press Your Luck, but it is very hard to find now because of GSN cutting off end credits used for their shows.

Gunther-Wahl Productions (Split-screen version)

Bingbang32 reported that the theme on split-screen airings of The Angry Beavers was a tuba theme with kids-laughing.

Logos (Beginning with H)

Hanna-Barbera Productions (2002 remake of the Box logo) (FOUND!)

Starting in 2002, with the release of Scooby-Doo and the Legend of the Vampire, the "Scooby All-Stars" logo was phased out and replaced with a recreation of the HB box logo. The H-B now zooms-in much more smoothly before cutting to the finished logo. This was seen on all 2002-2009 made-for-video Scooby-Doo movies, though beginning with Scooby-Doo! Abracadabra Doo, it now simply ends with the Warner Bros. Animation logo, which seems appropriate as all the made-for-video Scooby-Doo movies were produced at Warner Bros. Animation. No video of this variant has surfaced yet.

UPDATE: It has been found! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G5D0FdHae0k

Hanna-Barbera (Johnny Bravo pilot version)

Most likely appeared on Mess O' Blues.

Hart to Hart "reverse plaster"

According to this thread on the Closing Logo Group's Yahoo archives, some local airings of H2H ended with an oddity where the Columbia Pictures Television logo of the time (the Coca-Cola Torch Lady, 1982-88) was plastered by the "CPT Pretzel" logo of 1974-76. At least 2 people say they saw this happen, and that the Torch Lady runs for a second or a fraction, and is then replaced by the older logo, which predated Hart to Hart in general.

Harvey Levin Productions (The Scales of Justice logo) (FOUND!)

As seen on earlier episodes of TMZ on TV and Celebrity Justice, the 1st logo for this company had a smoky gray BG, with a scale of justice in a rectangular frame balanced to the left and with the text "HARVEY LEVIN" and "PRODUCTIONS" shown below, and features a 6-note pizzicato tune as sounding similar to the Fantasia theme (later used for the company's infamous "I'm a lawyer!" logo.) You logo could be viewed here (at 0:04). however, the user who uploaded the video got terminated, making the logo lost. UPDATE: It has been found again! See it here (at 0:04).

HBO Christmas ID (2000)

There's a Christmas variant, which uses the HBO ident with a Christmas tree. No video evidence found.

High Video

The High Video logo as seen in South Korea.

This logo was once available on YouTube, but was then deleted off the platform, & only an image of it survives. The CLG Wiki describes it like this:

"On a blue cloudy background, a green square with a part of the "h" encarved on it (the other part is filled and seen above the square) spinning and moving to the center. The silver letters of the word "HIGH" later appear zooming out and rotating vertically and place themselves below the square. A flash of light then appears, making the background white and forming a green circle near the "h" square.

Hollywood Pictures Television

Long thought to have appeared on a 1994 TV movie entitled "Roommates" according to IMDB, but there was actually an inaccuracy on IMDb's part. Whoever contributed that got the 1995 theatrical release of the same name confused, which Hollywood indeed produced. The logo itself was a still of the movie logo with "TELEVISION" under the company name and it used the first six notes of the movie logo's fanfare. It may have produced some TV movies or it appeared at the end of TV airings of Hollywood movies at the time. No video evidence has been found.

Hong Kong King Hwa (1973) (FOUND)

It has a dragon on a cloud, a long strip of Chinese text, and a scope that says "King Hwa Scope". This logo was uploaded by The Logo Hub on July 15, 2020.

Logos (Beginning with I)

Imagine Television (1980s logo, FOUND)

Based on the 1988 Imagine Entertainment theatrical logo, it was confirmed to exist on the 1991 TV movie Conagher starring Sam Elliott. Here it was just a sped-up version of the movie logo. The question is, is there a logo with any "TELEVISION" indicator? Some of the shows Imagine had produced around this time included Take Five, the 1988 TV pilot Channel 88, Knight and Daye, Parenthood (the 1990 TV series starring Ed Begley, Jr.) and the 1990 syndicated series My Talk Show.

International Video Entertainment (When the Wind Blows and Breaker Morant variants)

At the end of the IVE releases of When the Wind Blows and Breaker Morant, the logo was silent and had the jingle cut off as the whine sounds.

"It's Showtime" (Showtime ident, 1986)

This lost ident has a wireframe ball moving to the back of the Showtime text. Then, it moves to the "O" in Showtime with the camera following the ball. Then, when the ball gets to the O, it moves up and disappears, and the camera zooms out to reveal the text "It's SHOWTIME", with the "It's" text in a cursive font and "SHOWTIME" as the company's logo at the time. Some footage has been found from the documentary "Computer Graphics Animation", and some more footage has been found from the Home Game logo, which stole some of the animation. The music has also been found from the Home Game logo and the TOP Video Production logo, which is "Ancient Legend" by David Arkenstone. However, the full animation has not been found yet.

ITC Entertainment Group (1973) ACC Byline Version

It's has been reported that a version of the ITC "Diamonds of Doom" logo has an ACC (Associated Communications Corporation) Byline. No photo or video proof of the logo has been uploaded yet.


This logo is from Wales between the TWW shutdown and HTV launch. No footage of it has been found but there is a remake on 625.uk.com. It was uploaded from SF08, so the link is coming soon.

ITV Lost Idents

See Lost ITV Idents (Network and Regions).

Logos (Beginning with J)


Logos (Beginning with K)

KBCW "Generic" ID (2010)

Same as The CW graphics, the ID only has CW 44's generic used announcer (such as Disney Channel and UPN and Nickelodeon) saying You're watching CW Does have TV to Talk About jingle used. No video evidence found.

KCAL-TV Sign Off and Sign On (2002 - 2004)

On a background, we see a KCAL-TV logo, which then the "9" logo is put on it, then the "KCAL-TV" text and "CALIFORNIA" text are added. The announcer says "This concludes another broadcast day KCAL-TV channel 9, is owned and operated by Viacom Television Stations Group". For the sign-on variant the announcer says "Good morning, This is KCAL-TV channel 9, California, is owned and operated by Viacom Television Stations Group".

KCPT Sign Off (1970s)

No video evidence found.

Kenneth Copeland Ministries (1992) (Early Music Variant)

On a black background, we see piano notes and a saxophone, then the logo animates we see "JESUS IS LORD" text.

Key Video (Green/Orange variant, found)

Previously-lost Key Video variant, from the VHS of Footlight Serenade.

Can be found on the Key Video release of Footlight Serenade from the Betty Grable Collection. Could be attributed to contrast/color errors.

King World Productions (color crown logo)

A logo featuring an eagle on top of a globe was confirmed a fake (although it might have been used as a print logo, there is no on-screen version), but was there ever a color variant of the crown logo? A recreation of it can be viewed here.

Klasky Csupo (Robot logo split-screen credits mistake, found)

One of the most famous (and frightening) side-effects of the split-screen credits practice was during the original airings of the SpongeBob SquarePants episode, "Wet Painters/Krusty Krab Training Video". Nick had a lot of Nicktoons at the time and each one was encoded with its own split-screen credits, and since the two companies that made the most Nicktoons were Klasky-Csupo and Frederator, Nick accidentally put in Klasky-Csupo's infamous "Robot" logo in place of the United Plankton Pictures logo (which was in the original credits and was meant to be put in to begin with). Thankfully, Nick fixed this mistake by 2006 so United Plankton Pictures' vanity plate was put where it was supposed to. MattBoo has the credits recorded on one of his tapes, but he has refused to capture it (probably because he is scared of the logo). MattBoo, using a 3DS, recorded the goof and got it put on YouTube for the very first time! He plans to re-record with different equipment sometime. See the demo here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_RseXI4o_70 .

UPDATE: The demo has been deleted along with the captured video, however, it is found at the Internet Archive, you can find that here: https://archive.org/details/Nickelodeon2003TapeVol1. UPDATE: More captures have been found on YouTube.

KIXE-TV (1999-March 2003)

On the blue background, "KIXE-TV" zooms in, then "CALIFORNIA" fades in while "PRODUCTIONS" is writing on the logo. The animation was zoomed in then the logo fades out. There is a 5-note guitar-violin fanfare (similar to 1980s WKNO jingle). As seen a painting show on PBS. Then, the logo was followed by the 1999 American Public Television logo at the end.

KIXE-TV (February 2006-May 28 2008)

A remained the user "gshowguy" (known as Andrew Schroy). On the city background, "KIXE-TV" fades in, and then "CALIFORNIA" fades in as well. The logo then shines before fading out. Uses the horn fanfare (similar the 2000 WHYY-TV Philadelphia jingle). It's seen the painting show on PBS. It's then followed by 1999 American Public Television logo.

KMSS FOX 33 ID (2001-2005)

No video or evidence of this ID has turned up yet, but the only remain of the ID known to exist now is the audio for it.

KTSP-TV (now KSAZ-TV) ID (1985)

This logo was seen same as Taft Television & Radio Company is not confirmed yet, we see a 10 logo then KTSP (now KSAZ) ident then the Taft byline was flashes

KPHO ID (1985)

No video or evidence of this ID has turned up yet.

KUSM-TV (2004-2007) (FOUND)

The live-action in Bozeman, Montana. Only has orchestral and piano theme. Youtube channel Pepsi9072 found this video.

KXTV Sign Off (1976)

There's a still variant which uses the 10 KXTV logo after the Television Code of National Association of Broadcasters logo, followed by 1970s Moog SSB clip. Even there's is no photo and video evidence found.

Logos (Beginning with L)

Laurelwood Entertainment (FOUND!)

While this logo appeared on reruns of the 2002 GSN revival of Lingo, compressed credits have prevented the logo from appearing like it originally did. Also appeared on early episodes of the USA version of The Weakest Link with Anne Robinson.

Legendary Pictures (First logo)

In 2005, the print logo version to the sword logo started showing up on ads, posters and video covers of Batman Begins, but the logo was not used on the actual film. The animated on-screen version of the sword logo appeared in 2005 on internet, before showing up on Vimeo and YouTube in 2014. The sword logo appears on early trailers for Superman Returns, The Ant Bully, and Lady in the Water.

Looney Tunes (1930, animated variant)

This was confirmed to appear in "Sinkin' in the Bathtub" from the Looney Tunes Platinum Collection: Volume 2 and one BD print.

LWT River spoofs

Three spoofs of the 1971 LWT ident exist. One of them is called the 'Russell Harty Plus' ident where after the ident ends, the L forms a circle and the text, the W and the T disappears. The other one is called the "Just William" ident where William crashes through the ident. The last ident is called the "crashing" ident where the stripes fall down until they disappear and crash down, and the London Weekend text appear and shakes as the crash sound plays. The crashing ident appears on the first episode of End of Part One.

Logos (Beginning with M)

Marquee/Tollin/Robbins (All That and The Amanda Show, 1999/2001) (FOUND!)

It was recently unearthed on an old VHS recording of the 1999 Cousin Skeeter episode "Two Men and a Baby Pig", and can be seen here.

MCA Music Video (FOUND!)

Appearing once on YouTube in April 2011 only to be taken down three years later, this logo features plenty of deranged animation, to the point where CLG Wiki calls it "The MCA Acid Trip". UPDATE: Logophile (Matthew Mayfield ME) uploaded the video of the logo here.

Metro Goldwyn Mayer (Tanner The Lion plastering error)

CLG Wiki claims that there was a plastering error for the 1934-1953 Tanner The Lion logo where it was black and white and had Jackie's roar and was high pitched and appeared on a TCM Australia airing of The Hucksters, but current prints kept Jackie The Lion in normal pitch. This is a plastering error and no video for that plastering error has turned up yet.

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer logo (Shanghai Surprise, 1986) (FOUND!)

In 1986, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer theatrically distributed the ill-fated movie Shanghai Surprise, starring famed pop icon Madonna and her then-husband, actor Sean Penn. The trailer itself uses the 1960 logo. However, Lions Gate owns the right to the movie nowadays and no known video prints have the MGM logo; just the one for HandMade Films. This is a question-raiser because it's unclear which MGM logo was used, the 1957 ribbon designs or the new (at the time) gold design. For the moment, the first known movie to use the golden MGM logo was Where the River Runs Black, which was released in September 19 of that year. Shanghai was released less then a month earlier on August 29. It was reported here that it used the 1960 version of the 1957 logo with the 1985 roar.

Metro Pictures Corporation (1915-1924)

A print logo for this company exists online but the on-screen logo except for the pseudo logo on film is lost since the films that were made by this company were destroyed at the 1965 MGM vault fire.

Merv Griffin Productions (1983, with Anthony Productions copyright stamp)

Confirmed to appear on 1983 episodes of The Merv Griffin Show.

Metromedia Producers (Second Logo) (FOUND!)

In 1973, Metromedia Producers Corporation debuted their second logo. It is confirmed to be seen on Metromedia TV movies on FXMC. You can see the logo here at (0:58).(Wiping Lines) - (FOUND!) The 3rd logo for this company had a blue background, we see four yellow lines wiping, the one of the top and the second of the middle wipes from right to left, and the second and fourth line wipes from left to right, all in order. Then, the letters "DISTRIBUTED BY" appears on the top, under the first line, appears "METROMEDIA" (in larger), between the second and the third line, appears "PRODUCERS", and between the third and fourth line, appears "CORPORATION" and there is no music. You can view the logo here (at 0:14). (Rainbow M-Ribbon) - (FOUND!) The 4th and final logo of the company had a black background, a rainbow-colored ribbon flies on screen and folds into a cursive "M." The words "Distributed by" appear above the logo and "METROMEDIA PRODUCERS" below with a line separating in between the names and the music is a majestic string fanfare. It is confirmed to be seen on the FX Movie Channel print of Hitler's S.S.: Portrait in Evil, and some syndicate episodes of Movin' On on Retro TV. It see the logo here (at 0:06).

MGM logo (1928 colorized)

The well known MGM logo had a variant that was made in 1928. Their logo was this, It is basically the original logo but with a red background and the mask was red and vanilla colored, and an unknown lion was used (unofficially nicknamed Bill), but was it animated? It is currently only known to appear on the silent short film The Heart of General Robert E. Lee (1928), which is currently being restored by The Library of Congress, it was said to have appeared on Buffalo Bill, but the latter title remains unconfirmed.

MGM Television "Stylized Lion" (1976-88)

This is strangely absent from YouTube copies of the Pogo Special Birthday Special (on which this originally appeared) and the VHS release (which just has a copyright screen and MGM/UA Home Video logo at the end). Description: A disc the size of a cold cream jar with the Stylized MGM Lion's face on top and the words "MGM Television" on its side (more on that later) features in this logo. It began with this "jar" standing on its edge - the N in TELEVISION would be on the bottom - and we're looking at the Stylized Lion which is on the "lid". One roar is heard over the final strains of the special's closing theme, then this jar falls backwards and sideways simultaneously - quickly and fluidly - to reveal this legend on the side. Background drawing(s) or decoration was possible but unconfirmed. "MGM" is on its side as if rotated 90 degrees, and in the block font from the trademark on the record labels. "Television" was in a font that may be not unlike the Bobbi The Hippie font (also similar to the "mod" logo to the game show To Tell The Truth).

MGM/United Artists Distribution Co.

In August 1981 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures and United Artists Pictures merged to become one studio. After they merged United Artist's distribution service became the MGM/UA Entertainment Co. However, early posters for MGM and United Artists films (such as Rocky III) have credit for a different distribution company called the MGM/United Artists Distribution Co. The trailer for Rocky III features a logo (starts at 2:22) that says "Released thru MGM/UA". This logo is likely the logo used for the MGM/United Artists Distribution Co. Rocky III contains the 1982 United Artists Pictures logo at the beginning and an in-credit logo for the MGM/UA Entertainment Co. (simply the print logo for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures with MGM/UA Entertainment Co. underneath). The most likely reason for this was that a print logo for the MGM/UA Entertainment Co. was ready by the film's release on May 28, 1982 while the trailer didn't have the logo available at the time. Could the logo have been seen on other trailers for MGM and United Artists films between August 1981 and May 1982 or on original theatrical prints of the studios' films?

Mickey Sixty Years with You (1988) (Low Tone version)

Seen at the end Alice in Wonderland on NBC telecast in 1988. Only has a low tone version using the Mickey Mouse Club theme. There's no end credits version. A filmed version using low tone exists.

Mohawk Productions (Meow Version) (FOUND!)

On an April Fools Day episode of The Drew Carey Show, the fetus meowed instead of giggling. No video for this variant has shown up yet. UPDATE: has been found click here

MPA Video (1987-1991)

Known to be used from 1987 to 1991, no video has turned up as of yet.

MTM Enterprises variants

The well-known television logo of the 1970s had many variants featuring their mascot, Mimsie the cat. Ones that have not surfaced online were for Paul Sand in Friends and Lovers, which some sources say featured the ribbon circle Mimsie appears in turning upside down. Another show, The Texas Wheelers, has had a number of descriptions. One has been found on the TV Obscurities website, in which a full-screen scene with a black-and-white kitten looking around over a water pipe, can be seen as the company's name appears over it in plain text. Two others have been elusive still: there's been a mention of a (most-likely animated) version of Mimsie who shot off pistols. And in a situation not unlike the series finale of St. Elsewhere, a newspaper article recalls the series finale of Wheelers ending with Mimsie staggering from behind the circle, as if shot, and falling dead. An episode at the Paley Center is described as the "last aired" TW episode and cuts off before any logo can appear. End credits seem typical, leading one to wonder if any of the Wheelers variants are real. An online copy of the "pilot" version of "The White Shadow" variant has been FOUND (some prints have the usual one, but one has a variant where the letters animate and the ball drops off screen, said to be found on a VHS release of the pilot movie. You can watch this version here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KNuZoH4qosg). Another MTM variant that has yet to surface online was for the 25th Anniversary of the company, which KRS Logos and CLG Wiki describe as being "On a white background with a black '25,' and a similarly colored MTM under that. The kitten appears in the rounded part of the '5'." But this might have been a print logo only. Evidence of the 25th Anniversary variant was seen as a lapel pin on this eBay listing here.

MTV Networks International (2006) (FOUND!)

Seen on a few episodes of SpongeBob SquarePants in the United Kingdom. The logo has been found on Vimeo.

Logos (Beginning with N)

National Geographic Television (original music) (FOUND!)

The logo is similar to the 1993 National Geographic Video logo. On other cases with the logo, they use a different version or the ending theme plays over it. It is unknown where the logo was from. However, Dan Bickner has found this logo, and it can be seen here But now, the original video has been found, it can be seen here.

Nelvana 1996-2004 logo without Polar Bear

The Nelvana 1996-2004 logo without the Polar Bear is existence unconfirmed, but it's lost if real. Probably seen on some episodes of Franklin, Maggie and the Ferocious Beast, and Rolie Polie Olie.

Nelvana Limited (1982)

A rare alternate variant of the opening logo featured on Rock and Rule (1983). Found only on the film’s workprint. The logo is colored yellow rather than the film’s blue:

National Educational Television 1955 logo (variant with black background and outlined circle)

This used to be public on YouTube, until the uploader got terminated. I remembered that it was seen on The Role of Congress. Currently, it only survives on NET/PBS logo histories, and I can't find the link to the film containing the logo.

National Educational Television 1958 logo (FOUND)

This is an extremely rare logo only seen on The Subject Is Jazz episode titled "Performance". It was uploaded by Jordan Rios on February 5, 2019. The link is at https://youtu.be/69VFwoFoBP8.

Nickelodeon Animation Studios (Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius Episode "Sleepless in Retroville" variant)

Here, Carl Wheezer says "Time to take out the trash" over the logo. No video of this has turned up yet.

Nickelodeon Productions "Nick Lightbulb" (1996, 1999) (2 Long Versions)

  • While the short version is more common, there were rumors of a long version beginning with a live action hand reaching and pulling a string, revealing the logo. It was rumored to appear on the 1996 Kids Choice Awards however this has been proven false, the show only has the 1996 Nickelodeon “balloon” logo which can be seen here. *
    • Another long version has a green and purple environment in which the lightbulb in backwards says "NOEDOLEKCIN", the camera bounces up and down on a lightbulb like on a trampoline. And says the company name on the lightbulb, after that, the background changes into black as it reveals the logo. It can be found on the 1999 Kids Choice Awards as seen before the premiere of SpongeBob SquarePants, it can be found here.

Nick Jr. Productions (1999, Behind the Scenes, FOUND!)

  • It was posted on vimeo. It's the 1999 Nick Jr Productions Logo, Except. The beginning of the video, We see a Film Action Board on the Nick Jr Productions Background, but it's may too far, It can be found here: https://vimeo.com/612388237

Logos (Beginning with O)

Ohio Educational Telecommunications (1999-2009) (FOUND!)

It is said that "On a blue background with scrolling blue objects, the letters O, E and T fade in a red Arial font (actually it was in a different sans-serif font). We hear some reverse synthesizer music playing in the background." It was only known to appear at the end of Stories of America episode "Our Country's Birthday".

Oxford Films (2nd logo)

The first logo has been found recently, but the second logo is a modified version of Paramount Television's infamous early-1970s "Closet Killer II" logo and no evidence or existence has been found or denied as of yet.

Logos (Beginning with P)

Papillon Films (Portugal)

Papillon Films was an adult VHS company founded in the 2000's. The video for this video was originally available, but now it's deleted due to Lusitania's YouTube channel getting terminated.

UPDATE: The logo is found! Here's the link.

Paramount DVD Logo (2002; Rare 1986 Logo Version) (FOUND!)

Paramount DVD 2002 lost logo.jpg

The logo was said to be on YouTube during the early 2010s under the name MrParaKlaskyMount, and then was mysteriously deleted for unknown reasons. The prototype involves the 1986-2002 Paramount logo, and only appeared on a TV spot for Rat Race. You can view the logo here. Please note that it is in a very crappy quality.

Paramount Home Video (Mountain Silhouette variant)

Paramount Home Video (now known as Paramount Home Entertainment) debuted their second logo in July 1980 and used it through 1982, though it was briefly brought back in 1984 on Hi-Fi reprints. The logo itself is based off of the rarely-used 1977 Paramount Television Service logo (Paramount was attempting to create their own television network and this logo would have been an ident for the network) and an unused logo found in a demo reel. The Closing Logos Wiki claims that there was a variant where this happened (to quote the page): "On some tapes, after the logo is finished, the stars roll and fly away". There is no known video/photographic footage of this variant. The logo in general (meaning it could have been the standard version) was seen on VHS and Betamax releases from the era such as Bon Voyage, Charlie Brown (and Don't Come Back!), Death Wish, Escape from Alcatraz, Friday the 13th, Star Trek: The Motion Picture, the original True Grit, Breaking Glass, Barbarella and Charlotte's Web, along with 1984 Hi-Fi re-releases of early releases such as Downhill Racer and Death Wish. Could this rumored variant be seen on any of these releases?

Paramount Pictures (1968 open matte variant)

On original theatrical prints of Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (1971) it was reported here that the 1968 version of the 1953 Paramount Pictures logo (the version that just says 'Paramount' in its trademark font with a byline that says 'A Gulf+Western Company') was further away than the usual version of the logo. Eventually the film's producer The Wolper Organization was purchased by Warner Communications in 1976 (Wolper was primarily a television producer who occasionally produced theatrical films) and was folded into Warner Bros. Television with the above mentioned film becoming owned by Warner Bros. Pictures. In the late 1970's to early 1980's Warner Bros. reissued the film with their 1972 logo plastering Paramount's logo, this is retained on a 1984 VHS release by Warner Home Video. Most current prints have either the 1972 (rarely), 1984, or 1999 Warner Bros. Pictures or the 1992 or (currently) 2001 Warner Bros. Family Entertainment logos. Could this be on international prints or television broadcasts, or are any 1971 theatrical prints still in use today? Evidence of this logo was seen on an eBay sale of Wonka in 16mm form seen here.

UPDATE: A capture on YouTube was uploaded on 3/2/17, which came from an NBC print of the film from 1978, with the non-plastered logo intact! See it here.

UPDATE: On the UK sell through VHS released by Warner Home Video in 1988 (possibly on the Pre-Cert copies as well), the original Paramount logo is featured at the end of the film (There is no opening logos on the film itself). This seems to be the only home video issue to include the Paramount logo in some form with all later releases replacing it with the Warner Bros logo. See it here

Paramount Pictures (2013-2017, enhanced version)

According to YouTube, a shortened variant of the 2013 paramount logo existed on Baywatch and Transformers: the Last Knight (not the standard variant).

Paramount Television (1981, Moog theme)

A Moog theme version was used at one point in an unknown show.

Paramount Television (1975, no trademark symbol with 1982 alternate theme)

As seen on one episode of Happy Days and one episode of Cheers.

Paramount Television Showcase (1984-1988)

A print mountain was zooming in then fades to white then a blue background with "PARAMOUNT TELEVISION SHOWCASE" spreading the words "PARAMOUNT TELEVISION SHOWCASE" fading in. Then the 1968 Paramount print logo fades in and out. The logo was fading out.

Paramount Television "CGI Mountain" (Blue Mountain plaster)

There's is a CGI Mountain variant with the Blue Mountain music. Seen on the Happy Days Christmas special on TV Land in July 2003. After the Blue Mountain music background cuts off, then the 1987 Paramount theme plays. There could also be CBS Television Distribution logo with the Blue Mountain music.

PINGU Filmstudio Switzerland (1995-2000) (FOUND)

On a blue background like the intro, we see a image of Pingu with the Pingu logo and the text “PINGU Filmstudio Switzerland” underneath. This music is the same as the intro audio but without the beginning. This is known to appear at the end of every episode on the Australian “Hello Pingu!” VHS and former Season 3 and 4 TV airings. This logo has been uploaded to YouTube by Nick Samon in July 2016.

Pioneer Films (Hong Kong, Japan, Philippines Version, 1993 Not the Manila Boy Variant and Trailer)

The logo itself is the only trace of the movie in existence.

P*I*T*S Films Synth Moog Variant

The regular variant is found (right), but according to David Kalla, a YouTuber from Canada, there was a variant in which the music was replaced with a rising synthesized note that sounds like it was made on a Moog. It was speculated to appear on the first episode of The Facts Of Life.

Pixar Animation Studios (2011, 25th anniversary)

A special variant of the Pixar logo was created for Cars 2 in time for their 25th anniversary, like what they did to Cars for their 20th year. The Pixar logo animates as usual, but when Luxo Jr. concludes to look at us, the "PIXAR" text fades out. Then, the rest of the logo fades out. When it does that, the text "CELEBRATING" fades in. The text "25 YEARS" in blue fades in afterwards. The text "25" is bigger than usual, and the text "YEARS" is below "25". The text "CELEBRATING" fades out, followed by "25 YEARS" afterwards. Only theatrical releases used this logo, while DVDs and TV airings used the standard logo instead. This has not been captured onto YouTube, so the best way to find it is on recordings from movie theaters.

PolyGram Television (1981-1984)

This logo claims to have a metallic blue background, with the initials "P.G.T.V" spreading apart to reveal the rest of the company name "PolyGram TeleVision" just before a group of stars zip under the name. The music used is either the end theme of the show or no music at all. a reconstruction of it can be viewed here.

Pony Productions (second logo, 1987) (FOUND!)

It can be found on the second season of the sitcom "My Sister Sam" which originally aired on CBS. No video had been surfaced yet. UPDATE 2/12/17: This logo is now uploaded and can be found here.

Prime 12/Singapore Television Twelve (1995-2000, partially found Malay version/lost Tamil version)

A still of the logo (with slogan), taken from the beginning of here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y6nE6L9cdro

A YouTuber named Muhammad Rafi'uddin Bin Mohmmed uploaded a partial version of the ident that starts halfway in the ident where the logo forms followed by the STV12 logo before an ICI Dulux sponsor ad. Another YouTuber, named Guna Seelan uploaded a low quality camera recording of a promo of the channel itself that has the beginning part of the logo with multiple '12's spinning on a colorful then blue background and it has 'Speaking Your Language' appearing below the Prime 12 logo. (lacking the STV12 logo)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cpxTHv6WW_o A partial reconstruction of what the full ident might have looked like.

A screenshot of a low quality camera recording of the first half of the ident. (with the promo's theme playing over it)

Public Broadcasting Service (1970-1971)

Around the time the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) was founded, they introduced a placeholder logo, one year before the Tri-Colored Everyman P-Heads was introduced. It simply consisted of a black background, and "PUBLIC BROADCASTING SERVICE" was stacked in red, yellow, and blue (which the came from predecessor National Educational Television's 1968 logo), and announcer MacDonald Carey said "This is PBS, the Public Broadcasting Service", with horrendous quality (which was found out that this came from a TVARK recording). This logo was used simultaneously with the 1970 NET logo, which appeared at the start of Our Vanishing Wilderness and the end of the first few broadcasts of Realities. The logo was also reportedly seen on the Hollywood Television Theatre pilot, "The Andersonville Trial", which premiered in 1969, before appearing on the first season. PBS introduced this logo on October 5, 1970, but perhaps it began broadcasting a year earlier. A bootleg DVD of the Realities episode "Go Ride the Music" preserves this logo. This logo would have also likely been shown on the fourth season of Mister Rogers' Neighborhood and the second season of Sesame Street, but later prints use the 1971 or 1989 logos. This logo would probably be seen if recordings of the original broadcasts were found. This logo was found on some of the earliest known surviving episodes of WNDT's Soul! (now WNET), repeats of a few episodes of Realities, the first season of The Great American Dream Machine, the first Masterpiece Theatre serials (from The First Churchills to Pere Goriot), and the Black Journal episode "Justice?". On January 26, 2017, a higher quality capture of the logo with a different announcer, which came from a 1971 episode of Firing Line, was uploaded onto YouTube, and can be seen here. One program that's still yet confirmed to have this logo, was on NET Special President's Report on Indochina, as it appeared to be the first known live presentation snafu on PBS (which was originally planned to be the first broadcast of The Nader Report before it got postponed due to a derive from objections from the oil companies respecting the show's content). As seen on the video file here, the very end had an "NET News Special" logo, with what sounds like the announcer from this logo heard for a split second before the video ends due to cutting off by the American Archive of Public Broadcasting. The announcer, though, might've been saying something else, but it's currently unknown if it did show up after the "NET News Special" logo.

PBS (1971-1984, Christmas variant)

A YouTube user named Aspergian recalled seeing a Christmas variant that played in between programs during the holidays. He recalls that it consisted of three thick candles on a dining room table in the colors of the letters (with possibly a Christmas tree with presents in the background). Then "Seasons Greetings" writes out in cursive, with the candles then dissolving into the "PBS" from the normal logo (but the P-Head is wearing a Santa hat). After this, people from the local station would appear, wishing the viewers a Happy Holidays. No video or eBay listing of this bumper has turned up yet. As rumored, Kai The Logo Guy has this logo in full, there is no footage available yet.

Logos (Beginning with Q)


Logos (Beginning with R)

Radical Sheep Productions (1992-2002) (Molly Variant)

A rare variant of the logo was seen on one episode of The Big Comfy Couch featuring Loonette's doll, Molly made a jumping motion with her arms raised and popped up during the "Baa!" sounder. No video has shown up for this variant. However, a reconstruction of it can be viewed here. It's rumored that a certain airing of the episode "Clownus Interruptus" used this variant, but the normal version plastered over it on later airings.

Rainbow Audio and Video Incorporation


This company was based in San Francisco, California and distributed VHS releases from Hong Kong. Their logo shows a rainbow-colored "R" drawing while a combination of the music from the Golden Harvest and Cinema City logos plays. No video has been found of this logo, but a print logo has been seen on some releases (seen on the left), so the animated logo might appear on releases with the print logo on the cover.

Random House Video (first logo, 1983) (FOUND!)

This logo is less common than the 1984 Random House Home Video logo, appearing on very early releases by the company such as the Cadelcott Video Collection, and it also made a surprise appearance on the 1988 VHS of U.S. Government in Action: The Senate. It was originally uploaded on YouTube by kirbyfriend2, but his account was then deleted. However, a comment for that video claims that the word "HOME" was added on some prints of the 1985 VHS releases of The Velveteen Rabbit but some prints ended up using the 1984-2001 logo and no video for that variation has turned up yet. Additionally, there's a longer version on Caldecott and Newberry Video Collection releases, which has resurfaced on YouTube and can be seen here. The normal logo has resurfaced here.

Report of Business Television ID (2005, with Bell Globemedia byline)

The ID evidence with Bell Globemedia byline was fades in Supported the CTV ident.

RKO Television (WHBQ-13 1980's)

Originally seen on RKO programming on the station, a recreation only exists as of now: https://youtu.be/7xbR4Sfwwmw

Roadshow Films (1985-1989) (FOUND!)

Even though the Village Roadshow Pictures, Roadshow Home Video, and Roadshow Television logos are found, the original Roadshow Films logo has been lost for a long time, due to only being shown in Australian cinemas during the 1980s as VHS's cut the logo out and go straight to the film. And TV prints plaster the logo with the Roadshow Television logo. On the Roadshow Home Video logo, the "ROADSHOW HOME VIDEO" text appears to be tacked onto the logo, as it shakes differently along with the "V" and byline, so it appears that the original text must've been edited or blacked out by the Home Video text. In 2018, the logo the found on Australian TV print of The Miami Connection from 1997 seen here. It has a bigger "ROADSHOW" text close between the "V" and byline, and it shakes with the rest of the logo. That should be the original logo, before the other logos started.

Ruby-Spears modified 1981 logo (FOUND!)

Seen on '90s reruns of Thundarr the Barbarian. In this version, the logo footage is slowed down to fill out the jingle while avoiding jumping to the next screen which shows the "forbidden" Taft byline. Not to be confused with the 1988 variant with no bylines, which is played at a normal speed. Recently, a slowed down Ruby-Spears logo was uploaded by StephenCezar15, here.

Logos (Beginning with S)

S4C Dragon Idents

See Lost S4C "Dragon" idents.

SFM Entertainment (1980, Produced and Distributed by variant)

A voiceover says "Produced and Distributed by SFM Entertainment Division a SFM Media Corporation" when using the TV movies. This appeared on Canadian airings and prints on CBS TV movies. No video evidence is found.

Sandollar Television (1990?-94) (FOUND!)

Just the red word "SANDOLLAR" on a black background while sounds of ocean waves blast over the end theme. Appeared on episodes 1 and 2 of Babes, while a variant with "IN ASSOCIATION WITH" text appeared on the short-lived NBC show Someone Like Me. The version without "IN ASSOCIATION WITH" can be found here.

Scottish Gaelic dubbed Grampian Television idents

There are two idents instead saying the original name, "TELEBHISEAN GRAMPIAN". Another version is the 1982 ident according to the CLG Wiki, but no footage or pictures can be seen.

Screen Gems "S From Hell" (Hawk Variant) (FOUND!)

Out of nowhere, the variant has surfaced on YouTube and can be heard here There are cobbled-together remakes using video from the logo with this audio, but a legit one is still out there. UPDATE: it has been found with video version and can be heard here

Seiko Films (1984) (FOUND!)

On a white background a crudely drawn MGM like logo parody with a cartoon pig with Seiko Films International on the bottom. Only one screenshot of this logo exists.

UPDATE: Found it! It's actually a custom logo for the comedy film Kapag Baboy ang Inutang

Sony Kids Video (FOUND!)

The 1st logo for this company has an orange-pinkish background filled with brown silhouettes of kids; we see a blue upside down triangle with the familiar Sony logo on top of it. There is also a yellow ribbon-like rectangle over the triangle with the black words "KIDS' VIDEO" (with jumbled letters) between them, and a loud screeching choir note, then a brief swelling of strings. It is confirmed to be seen on the Sony Kids Video print of Snow White, but no video for this logo has appeared, although a video of it was uploaded once, but was taken down. A user named Nick Park recorded it off his camera and it can be seen here, with no description on where it got it from. UPDATE: it's been found with the non-camera capture and can be seen here.

Sony Wonder (widescreen variant)

A widescreen version of the logo with a different cloud BG has been recently spotted, but no video of it has surfaced. UPDATE: This variation has been uploaded thanks to LogosForTheWin! It's seen on The Swan Princess: A Royal Family Tale. It isn't animated.

UPDATE: Unfortunately LogosForTheWin has been terminated, so this logo is now lost again.

UPDATE 2: Logo found. [4] Maybe this.

Stretch Films "Banana Man" variant (FOUND!)

It was recently sighted on a rerun of the Courage the Cowardly Dog episode "Freaky Fred/The Demon in the Mattress" on Boomerang. You can view the logo here.

Logos (Beginning with T)

T.A.T Communications (1979-1982) (Full Version) (PARTIALLY FOUND)

The alleged jingle

A recreation of said logo made by the CLG Wiki based on an "alleged sighting" of it

An alleged sighting of the logo states that it is on a blue background, and the word "TAT" on the background with a Sega-like font, the words "Communications Company" appear underneath it. A star then appears and rises to the A in "TAT". It is confirmed to be on older syndicated reruns of The Jeffersons and One Day at a Time, as well as CBS Late Movie reruns of Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman. Reruns of The Jeffersons in 1994 on WGN-TV are also mentioned to have this logo as well, as well as an old VHS release of Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman released by Embassy Home Entertainment. It was last seen on reruns of said show during a Norman Lear marathon on TV Land back in 2002. The jingle has surfaced somewhere on the internet, resulting in a floodgate of recreations. At one point, the TAT "Rising Star" jingle was used by Jacob Blankenship/Angrybirdsfan2003 for his T.A.T recreation. Unfortunately, somebody posted the jingle on this very wiki (Lost Media Archive), without knowing Jacob Blankenship's ill intention of using it.

A printed TAT logo.


On January 1, 2018, pannoni4 uploaded a commercial collection video containing a little bit of the infamous logo. It's actually set on an black background, with a yellow star zooming out revealing the familiar TAT Sega-like font text and the words Communications Company in a different white font. And the supposed music is actually the logo’s real theme. Unfortunately, the logo isn't the whole thing, as CBS cut it off after it's 1st or 2nd second by their ID.

TeleVentures (1988-90, w/ sax music)

Appeared on an original ABC airing of the 1988 TV movie Weekend War. No video for the variant has been turned up yet, but Logophile (a.k.a. Matthew Mayfield)'s VHS copy only has the logo without music.

TES-TV station ident (1957-1960)

TES-TV is the successor of TV-kerho and the predecessor of Tesvisio and Tamvisio, which both preceded Yle TV2. The logo is seen on Logopedia, but it's unknown where it is from, so it's possible that it most likely came from a documentary.

Thames Video 1988-1992 (US version) (FOUND!)

The logo is described in the CLG Wiki, however, no photo or video can be found. It is said that it is on some VHS tapes distributed by HBO Video. UPDATE: TheIridiumic138 has found it on a video, see it here.

The Blue Marble Company (FOUND!)

Company that produced The Big Blue Marble. So far not to be found online, though episodes with the logo intact exist in the Paley Center. On a full episode taken from VHS on Vimeo, you can hear the audio from the logo, which has been plastered over by a Century III logo (starts at 22:44 here). In December 2016 Gilby 1385 uploaded a reconstruction of the logo, you can watch that here In 2017, the logo has been found by No. (Albeit with a FuzzyMemories.TV watermark) You can watch the video hereNo. took the logo from here UPDATE: The logo was found without watermark in a CED release by ENunn: https://youtu.be/SVMgDKokpnk

The Disney Channel "Christmas Shape" (1989-1991)

As seen at beginning of the program. On the red background turned into ornaments to a Christmas tree, we see a fireplace, and a light. Then we see the Mickey Mouse shape with "The Disney Channel" in the Times New Roman font fading in and out. Starting in Christmas 1988 it was used at the beginning the program. No video evidence is found.

The Merv Griffin Show closing announcement

In the mid 80’s, at the end of The Merv Griffin Show, we hear a female announcer saying "This has been a production of Merv Griffin Enterprises. Distributed by King World and Camelot Entertainment Sales. This program has been recorded.". No video of the announcement has been turned up yet.

The Mimus Corporation (1977-1978) (FOUND!)

Appears on the Barney Miller spin-off Fish, as seen on the complete series DVD set from Shout! Factory. You can view the logo here.

The Movie Channel Feature Presentation (1982-83, Different Version)

Used before the Doo-Woop style 1950s bumpers started alongside the regular version, this was said to be on certain 1982-83 Movie Channel broadcasts, a certain airing of the film Personal Best being an example.

The Pygos Group (1995-2002, early variants)

On the first few Pingu VHS tapes from Seasons 3 and 4 released outside of the UK/Australia, this logo was used but when introduced it was copyrighted Editoy AG and it was later copyrighted Editoy BV before being changed to Pingu BV in 1996, sadly no videos or images of the variants have been found yet.

THX Broadway (1983) (Rare DTS Variant) (FOUND!)

A extremely rare variant of the THX Broadway logo from 1983 featuring the DTS logo. The logo starts out with the famous electric blue rectangular border, and then "The Audience is Listening" fades into the scene, but is positioned in the middle and is in the Imprint MT Bold font rather than the famous Imprint MT Shadow font. The text then fades out and seconds later the THX logo fades in while the blue rectangle fades out. Near the ending the THX logo fades out sooner than expected, and then the text "Recorded in DIGITAL dts SOUND" takes its place, and then fades out. You can view the logo here.

THX Cimarron (original variant)

This THX logo originally had a loud, descending music, but because the loud synth note messed up some theatres' speakers, it was replaced by an orchestral cue, with ascending notes as the THX logo appears. The original music has since been long out of print, and various reconstructions of it have been made, but the real soundtrack is still lost.

THX Grand (prototype)

The 3D THX logo.

"The Audience is Listening..." text right before it fades out entirely.

A prototype version of the THX Grand trailer. The opening starts with "THIS AUDITORIUM IS EQUIPPED WITH THE THX SOUND SYSTEM" in all caps, and "with a" is replaced with "with the". It then goes to the red screen we see in the actual trailer. Afterwards, the famous THX line comes in. Instead of saying "The Audience Is Listening" it instead says "The Audience is Listening...". The red then shifts to the familiar blue and the THX logo then fades into the scene, and the logo looks bolder and pops out more and seems more 3D. The only evidence of the existence of this prototype is that it was found on the THX Ultimate Demo Disc. It is currently unknown if the logo has ever appeared anywhere else. People have tried to recreate the original prototype, but the actual prototype is currently lost.

The opening text seen in the prototype.

Tollin/Robbins Productions (Cousin Skeeter split-screen version)

As seen on old split-screen airings of Cousin Skeeter.

TOY Productions (Prototype) (FOUND!)

It is confirmed to be seen on the What's Happening!! S2 episode "Rerun Gets Married". No video of the logo has been found yet.

UPDATE: The logo was found on a Dailymotion capture at 25:00: https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x61y1xu

Turner Home Entertainment (Early placeholder logo, 1986) (FOUND!)

This logo was seen on the 1986 VHS of The Great American Bash, complete with a prototype of the 1987-1992 warning scroll (in a typewriter font). It consists of the word "Turner" in its 1980s-2015 corporate font (although the part of the "T" is taller here) and a stacked "HOME ENTERTAINMENT" below in a plain font, and everything zooms in on a black background. Turned up on YouTube here.

TV Asahi (196?-1977)

Before 1977, TV Asahi was known as Nihon Educational Television, even though it switched its format from a commercial-supported educational television station to a general-purpose television station in 1960. A video with the logo used to be found, but the video is sadly no longer available due to taka green hill's account being terminated. As of now, the only clip I could find that contains the logo is https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nty7iAwHsdI at 0:10, but the clip has a watermark covering the ident.

TV Bauru Canal 2 (1965-1966)

A screenshot, as well as audio exists, but an actual video doesn't. Only reconstructions are available on YouTube at this point. It doesn't show the exact logo that TV Globo used at the time, but rather an affiliate. The logo would still be the same, but with "Canal 4" being replaced with "Canal 2". A recreated TV Globo Canal 4 variant can also be spotted on YouTube.

Logos (Beginning with U)

Ulster Television Christmas (1983)

A red version of the UTV ident from 1969 with a bell stringed exists. There is also a clock for it.

Unapix Entertainment (1998)

There was a variant of the Unapix Productions West logo where "Productions West” was replaced by "Entertainment".

United Artists Associated (The Three Segments)

When Associated Artists Productions was folded into United Artists Television to form United Artists Associated the logo created was simply the basic design used for both of the Associated Artists Productions Cartoons logos. The logo was only confirmed to have been seen on a sales reel by the company. The sales reel was at one point on YouTube, but it has since been deleted. In the video a male announcer says the company's name and something else to start his introduction as the logo animates. The logo has not been confirmed to have been seen anyplace else. Although it is likely it plastered either of the Associated Artists Productions on pre-1949 Warner Bros. Pictures films. The logo may have been seen on pre-1981 (more likely mid-1970's) television broadcasts and public domain releases of films distributed at one point by the company. The company also released various pre-August 1, 1948 Looney Tunes/Merrie Melodies and likely Popeye cartoons on Super 8mm. Could the logo be preserved on any of these sources? Also, in addition to syndicating their own library UAA was the television distributor for United Artists Pictures films and United Artists Television produced/owned series (such as the Ziv Television Programs library), could the logo have been seen on 1960's television prints of UA films/television series? (Second Logo) UAA also had a second logo. Not much is known about this logo with the only evidence being an image on the Closing Logos Wiki. In the logo the text "a United Artists Associated PRESENTATION" is seen. The background is pink and the text is dark yellow (although both of these factors could be due to film deterioration). Also in the logo are two cartoon images, in the bottom left is a human with a rabbit coming out of hat on top of a small table and on the top right side is an older creature of some. It has later been confirmed that the characters are Beany and Cecil, a cartoon by Bob Clampett. The image posted on the Closing Logos Wiki has no description from where it came from. The best place to find this logo would be Super 8mm releases by the company, public domain releases or pre-1981 (more likely mid-1970's) television broadcasts.

United Artists Pictures "Blue Light" (with Transamerica byline) (FOUND!)

It was found on a print of Bound for Glory. Here's the link.

United Artists Pictures (Transamerica T with fanfare)

The 1968 Transamerica T logo had its own fanfare. However, it was rarely used on films and any film had this logo originally now has had this plastered by either a Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures logo or a later UA logo meaning it's next to impossible to find. The logo was reported to have been seen on animated short films by DePatie-Freleng Enterprises such as The Pink Panther when released to theaters and the original release of Yellow Submarine (1968, American prints). The logo is also reported to be on a 1981 Laserdisc release of Carrie (1976) by Magnetic Video Corporation and has been rumored to be on a 1981 VHS by 20th Century-Fox Video of the same film. These home media releases are the only reported/rumored sightings of this version of the logo with the fanfare. The video supplied also has comments that this can be seen on DVD releases of Cotton Comes to Harlem and Cops and Robbers by MGM Home Entertainment. Although on both films, the film's opening theme is heard. The logo itself can be seen on YouTube, but perhaps this refers to proof that it was seen before a movie and not a television show?

United Artists Television (1975-82 versions)

Confirmed to be on off-network syndicated repeats of Gilligan's Island from many years ago. One Wiki member remembers the "Circle" UA Television logo appeared at the end of an episode as well. No video evidence has turned up as of yet.

United Media Productions (Red, White, and U) (FOUND!)

In 1984, United Media Productions debuted their first logo. On a white BG, we see a half red, half blue square with a lowercase "u" cote-out of it. "United Media Productions" in red, is displayed below, along with the byline "A Scripps-Howard Company" below it in blue. It was seen on Garfield in the Rough.

Universal Pictures (1997 Low Pitch Version) (FOUND)

There is a low pitch version of the 1997 Universal Pictures logo, it can be seen on VUDU prints of Barbie and the Magic of Pegasus (2005) and AMC prints of The Lost World: Jurassic Park (1997), remakes are found on YouTube, but no real one has been uploaded yet. UPDATE: Tom's Video Stash has found it on a recorded camera, see it here

Logos (Beginning with V)

Viacom V of Doom (Red/Pink variant) (FOUND!)

Another logo legend involves Viacom's infamous "V of Doom" from 1976, which lasted until 1986. One story goes that on the Bruce Jenner (now Caitlyn Jenner)-hosted 1985 series Star Games, this logo appeared on a pink background with a red V rather than its standard shades of blue (it was found in 2015 by a Dailymotion user, on an airing of an Andy Griffith Show episode, and is here ). On the other hand, a SG episode on YouTube ends with the standard V, so perhaps the pink colored variants can be attributed to video errors. Another find amongst Griffith episodes had a V with a lime green background. Other mythological variants include one that had the background flash purple, green and red fast with a black V (known to appear on a Comedy Network airing of The Honeymooners episode "A Man's Pride", a remake of that variant can be seen here). It's possible though this could be the one.

Viacom "V of Doom" ("True Blue" V and white background variant)

A extremely rare videotaped variant of the dreaded V of Doom with a white background and a "True Blue" "V" exists, but no video has shown up for this logo.

Viacom (Special Delivery) (1984-1986) (FOUND!)

A logo was used by Viacom from 1984 to 1986. This logo has the words "Special" and "Delivery" zooming from the sun and stopping on a golden winged emblem with "From Viacom" stopping with them, with the Viacom V logo also appearing underneath. The logo has been confirmed to be on The Twilight Zone Silver Anniversary Special from 1984 and is rumored to be on 1980's prints of specials produced by Rankin-Bass Animated Entertainment and television movies from the era, although the latter two are unconfirmed. A comment for this video claims that the logo was seen on a 1987 print of Santa Claus is Coming to Town. There has been no known home media or recent television broadcasts with this logo intact.

Viacom (V in the Big City) (1986-87) (FOUND!)

On the 1986 reunion special of the television series The Honeymooners there is a Viacom logo that uses the same V design from the 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th and 7th logos, only this time it is on a background of a city with several lights on in the windows and bright stars. This special has never had an official home media release nor has there been any (known) broadcasts recently. Could this logo be seen if the special gets reaired? If there is an official release by CBS Home Entertainment it will likely have a later Viacom, Paramount Television, CBS Paramount Television, CBS Television Distribution or the new CBS Media Ventures logo. The Closing Logos Wiki claims that bootleg releases do exist of the special with the original Viacom logo intact. Was this logo seen any place else? Online video may have existed at one point but seems to have disappeared. The logo has been found recently by YouTube user Belloqi Robes2. Here's the link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D3OOVpKhmac but the logo was removed, making it lost, although the logo was remade by Alan Grant. UPDATE: has been found again by cdgngj11 (OLD) with his camera click here UPDATE: on Christmas 2019 the logo was found again this time without potato cam BONUS: an opening variant was also found click here

Viacom (1980s, Blue Background)

We see a small "V of Doom" then the animated computer graphics then the Viacom text then the logo fades out and has a Moog Theme.

Viacom "V of Steel" (1986) "Tape Error"

As seen on one 1963 black-and-white episode of Gunsmoke when local syndication. NOTE: The Groups.io sent to closinglogogroup said 1986 Viacom V of Steel logo was a supposed tape error. On DVDs, it used the CBS Television Distribution logo in B&W.

Viacom "Wigga Wigga" (1990, Moog Theme)

As seen on 1990s syndie prints of Breathless, it uses the Moog theme over the 1980s Viacom computer animated logo.

Viacom "Wigga Wigga" (1990, Horn theme)

For the 1990 Wigga-Wigga logo, it uses a horn theme. On French-Canadian prints, it's seen on Rank movies library.

Viacom "Wigga Wigga" (1990, Pinball theme) (FOUND!)

According to the CLG Wiki, the Pinball theme was reported to be seen on public domain cartoon.

Vidmark Entertainment (Alt. Music, 1984-88)

Same as the regular logo, except that on an unknown fishing videocassette, the synthesized fanfare from the second logo is used. As with other rare alternate versions, no video for this variant has surfaced as of yet.

Vietnam Television (With stolen music from the 1993 Columbia Pictures Television logo)

Logos (Beginning with W)

Wah Tai (1973)

It would have the W and T form, then the Chinese text appear in a cinemascope like panorama.

Walt Disney Domestic Television Distribution

In 1983, WDDTV was established, but in 1985, they first used a logo, beginning with the castle logo, which was used on Broadcasting Magazine ads from early 1986.

Walt Disney Productions (1980)

It's basically a Mickey Mouse head on a blue background with the words "WALT DISNEY PRODUCTIONS". According to an IMDb board member, it was so far only seen on UK trailers for Popeye (the 1980 movie).

Walt Disney Home Entertainment "Feature Program" logo (Kim Possible variant)

On the same background as the Kim Possible end credits, we see "FEATURE PROGRAM" in a font looking like the Kim Possible opening credits. No video for this variant has shown up yet.

Warner Home Video "Cheesy Shield" (Prototype)

A version of the 1986 Warner Home Video logo was found that has a different cloud background than the standard version. There is/was no video of the logo, just a single image. This is often considered to be a prototype version of the logo. Initially it was assumed to be on the original VHS release of Mad Max 3: Beyond Thunderdome before being discovered that the film simply had the standard version. It was then presumed to be on the 1985 VHS of Lost in America only to have the standard 1980 logo. Eventually, it was confirmed to be seen on a 1986 VHS reprint of Lost in America, but it was found that the film was released on VHS in 1985, but was only reissued in 1991 and 1997, by which time the logo had changed. It was then thought that about half of the 1985 VHS's had the 1980 logo, and the other half would have the prototype. Could this logo have been seen on other VHS or Laserdisc releases/trailers or releases in foreign countries? A still version appeared on various home video trailers between 1994 and 1997, such as Major League 2, Boys on the Side, The Specialist, Second Best, Being Human, Hellbound, The New Age, Imaginary Crimes, Wyatt Earp, Love Affair, Chasers, Eraser, and other trailers for Warner Home Video.

On the UK rental VHS release of The Little Shop of Horrors from 1987 features the prototype background on the WHV logo but only for the last few seconds before the trailers begin (the rest of the logo is the standard 1986 logo) https://youtu.be/9C9cyXXqSXM

Warner Bros Pictures (1940) "Granny Get Your Gun" Closing Variant (FOUND)

A wipe into has a "THE END" text followed by WB shield bug with "A Warner Bros First National Picture". Then it fades into credits.

Found here: https://ok.ru/video/2453775518352

Warner Bros.-Seven Arts Television (1967-1970)

This appeared on The FBI and The Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Hour. The latter was found as a video, but the former was only a still picture.

WATV (1948-1958), WNTA-TV (1958-1962), WNDT (static background, 1962-1970)

Early names of WNET, all three logos were found only still pictures. Were they ever animated?

WCNY (2003, with announcer)

As seen at the end of cooking shows on WCNY-TV. Should have the announcer saying "A production of WCNY".

Weiss-Global Enterprises (Color, short version)

The full-length color logo has been seen online, but a shorter version exists only in the Paley Center at the end of an episode of Good Morning World. (UPDATE: A print of Sins of Jezebel, seen hereis an example of the long color version. The short one is just a still of the logo with one buzz from the jingle sounding.)

Welsh dubbed HTV idents

Two Welsh dubbed HTV idents exist. They are normal idents but with "CYMRU" replacing "WALES" or "WEST". No footage for these 2 dubbed idents exists.

WETA (Starry Triangle, 1991-1994) (FOUND!)

Appeared on episodes of Washington Week in Review from the era. You can see it here.

WGBH ("Flash of Doom" Japanese variant)

Presumably used on Japanese dubs of shows produced by the PBS station in Boston, Massachusetts, this variant featured the WGBH text with no outline in yellow on a blue background, with an orange glow behind it. It was reported here that a user on YouTube named LARDLOGO remembered seeing this and actually he said he seen it back in 2009 on a Japanese dub of NOVA where the title was Japanese text with the description of the video saying "NOVA, WGBH, 1987." When he opened up the video a few Japanese commercials came on and then this popped up. The logo was on the solid blue background with Japanese characters in yellow. After a couple of seconds, a orange glow which looked like sunlight faded with no music, but with the hissing of a VHS tape. He went to download RealVideo but when he downloaded it said that the video wasn't available. No video or evidence of this has turned up yet, however, three remakes are available on YouTube.

WGBY Springfield (1970s)

On a black background, we see a WGBY logo then a "presents" text. A 13-note piano tune then finishes.

WGBY Springfield Sign On (1993)

There is a sign-on variant. No video evidence yet.

WLKY-TV Newschannel 32 Station ID (2001)

We see a Hearst/Argyle graphics that would have a CBS Eye logo, and the "32" logo in a red square and the "WLKY-TV LOUISVILLE" text and then an announcer saying "You're watching WLKY-TV 32, Louisville Kentucky".

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WLVI-TV 56 Boston ID (1980)

No video evidence found. We see a images the 56 Boston jingle is lost. There's is a vocal version "Here's is a Boston The Choice is Yours on Channel 56".

WNET (1972-1980?)

Only a picture was found, but was that ever animated?

WNYW "Fox 5 Box" v.2 (2000 or 2001?)

Supposedly came between the blue-colored Fox 5 box logo with a narrower "5" and the red variant seen throughout the 2000s. Resembled the latter apparently, except the 5 was different, more thick than it would become? Might have been seen in a Morgan Freeman movie. (Maybe this was a different Fox 5 affiliate, or just made for the movie?)

World Wrestling Federation: What the World is Watching (Alt. Voiceover)

Used temporarily when Gene Okerlund was briefly fired from the WWF. Same as the usual variant, but Howard Finkel does the voiceover.

WPBA Atlanta (1984-1993) (FOUND!)

The logo was said to be seen on YouTube since 2007, but it hasn't been reuploaded since according to a CLG Wiki thread about this logo. The logo features a live-action shot of cars driving all over a highway of downtown Atlanta, with a red text on the bottom saying "FROM ATLANTA WPBA" fading in. You can view the logo here.

WPTZ-TV NBC 5 Station ID (2001)

We see a Hearst/Argyle news graphics that would have an NBC Peacock logo. Just the announcer saying, "You're watching WPTZ-TV, Plattsburgh, Vermont". We see a LJV-Borg video called "Columbia Nightmare"

WTOG-TV "UPN 44" ID (2005-2006)

Any have UPN and Disney Channel and ABC Family and Nickelodeon announcers used the animation sequence UPN 44 You're watching UPN 44 Tampa Bay. No video evidence found but no photo and video evidence found.

WTVP Peoria (1980s)

No actual capture of this video has been turned up. But it can partially be seen in the Centerstage intro in 1985, which can be viewed here.

WKNO Memphis (1994, announcer variant)

As seen on a 1990s airing of an unknown show, with Peter Thomas saying, "A production of WKNO Memphis".

WWE (Early version)

An early version where the logo for WWE Tough Enough (from MTV) replaces the one for The WWE Experience, which began in 2004. This logo was confirmed to be on WWE programs from 2002-04.

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Yorkshire Television (1970s, with 1968 music)

Seen at the beginning Yorkshire shows

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