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Logo descriptions by logoboy95 and Michael Bass
Logo captures by Eric S.

Background: Hanley Productions is an independent production company formed by Michael J. Weithorn.

1st Logo
Hanley Productions (1990-92, 1995-97)
Nicknames: "Mr. Hanley and His Dog", "G'night--Whoa!...G'night!", "Mr. Hanley"

Logo: On a grayscale background, we see a man who looks somewhat like Howard Stern walk onto the screen. He says "Good night!", as the text "HANLEY PRODUCTIONS" zooms toward him and almost hits him, prompting him to say "Whoa!". We then see the man's dog run onto the screen, and "In Association With" appears below. The man says "Good night!" once again.

FX/SFX: Hand-drawn animation.

Music/Sounds: The aforementioned voice clips, along with corresponding sound effects.

Availability: Rare. Seen on the season 1 DVD of Ned & Stacey. Was first seen on the 1990-1992 sitcom True Colors.

Scare Factor: Low. The fast action might not sit well with some.

2nd Logo

Nicknames: "Good Night!", "Mr. Hanley II"

Logo: Over a white background, we see a cartoon man waving his hands, who says "Good night!". Then, the huge shiny metal word "HANLEY", with a cross-shaped bevel and some tiny screws attached on parts of the letters, zooms up and overtakes the screen, knocking the man into the screen. He then slides out of view. The word "PRODUCTIONS" in the same style is seen below "HANLEY". The logo "shines".

Variant: A sped-up version exists.

FX/SFX: Great animation!

Music/Sounds: The man's dialogue, followed by a bang and metal crashing sounds. On The King of Queens, the closing theme of the show is used instead, although in season 1 the dialogue was played over the ending theme.

Availability: Seen on The King of Queens and Weird Loners.

Scare Factor: Low. Mr. Hanley being knocked into the screen may catch a viewer off-guard, but it's a hilarious logo.

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