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Logo description by Michael Bass
Video captures courtesy of Nanoforge1 and TheUnknownLogoFan (TakingofPelhamify)
Editions by CNViewer2006

Background: Fragical Productions is the production company of Dino Stamatopolus. The company's name originates from a song that Dino's daughter, Tigger wrote when she was a toddler about how her father is "fragical".

(December 13, 2005- November 30, 2013)

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Nickname: "Hello, Goodbye," "Goodbye, Goodbye"

Logo: On a starry background, the curved text "FRAGICAL PRODUCTIONS" zooms out. A fairy in a wheelchair flies between the two words in the company name, leaving a rainbow trail.

Variant(s): On High School USA! and Mary Shelley's Frankenhole, the logo is being played on five vintage television sets bearing antaennas.

FX/SFX: The two words in the company name zooming out, the fairy flying between the two words.

Music/Sounds: A whoosh is heard as the two words zoom in. Screeching sounds are heard as the fairy flies in her wheelchair. As soon as the fairy stops between the two words, she says, "Hello, Goodbye" ("Goodbye, Goodbye" on the final episode of Moral Orel). The voice of the fairy is provided by Dino Stamatopolus' daughter, Tigger (who provided several of the voices on Moral Orel). On the variant, the sounds make an echo.

Availability: Seen on reruns of Moral Orel on Adult Swim. The variation can be seen on High School USA! and season 1 episodes of Mary Shelley's Frankenhole.

Scare Factor: None, this logo is amusing.

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