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Logo captures by V of Doom
Editions by Donny Pearson, Shadeed A. Kelly, and Nathan B.


Background: CBS Films (formerly known as "CBS Television Film Sales" and later known as "CBS Enterprises, Inc." starting in 1968) was the production/distribution arm of the CBS Television Network for CBS off-network programs from 1952 to 1968, renaming it as "CBS Enterprises, Inc." and later in 1971 as "Viacom Enterprises". Today, all the CBS Films library is owned by CBS Corporation, through CBS Television Distribution.

Note: Not to be confused with the "current" CBS Films, the new film production company of CBS Corporation.


1st Logo
(1952-1958)

Logo: TBA.

FX/SFX: TBA.

Music/Sounds: TBA.


Availability: TBA.

Scare Factor: TBA.




2nd Logo

(1958-1965)
CBS Films (Mid  1950s-Mid 1960s)Desilu Productions/CBS Films-Whirlybirds (1958)CBS Films (1959)CBS Films (1960)

Logo: On a gray background we see a fuzzy gray rectangle in the middle of the screen containing the text "CBS FILMS" with the CBS logo bug on the left with what appears to be a film reel replacing the impending pupil.

Variant: There is a text where it says "In association with CBS Films Inc." or "For CBS Films, Inc.".

FX/SFX: Possibly none.

Music/Sounds: Possibly none.


Availability: Extinct. It was originally seen on old CBS shows, pre-1960 Desilu Shows like I Love Lucy, Whirlybirds, and the Terrytoons library for example.

Scare Factor: None.



3rd Logo
(1965-1967)


Logo: On a blue background we see the CBS logo bug with a black wireframe globe replacing the pupil. The text "CBS FILMS INC." is beneath the logo.CBS Films (Mid 1960s-1971)

FX/SFX: TBA.

Music/Sounds: TBA.

Availability: Extinct.

Scare Factor: TBA.



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