Inaccuracies and omissions.
I'm flattered to see this post on our studio, but there are a series of inaccuracies and omissions in this post I'd like to correct.
All the names you've given our closing logos were fabricated by someone outside our studio; we have never named the various logos. Maybe we should.
Fred/Alan was a branding/advertising agency in New York that closed in 1992. Frederator Studios opened in 1998, six years later, in Los Angeles.
Chauncey Street Productions was formed by Alan Goodman, Albie Hecht, and me in 1988. Alan Goodman and I sold it to Albie Hecht in 1992.
Albie Hecht formed Worldwide Biggies in the mid-1980s, and then resurrected it in 2005.
The shouted "Frederator" in our closing logos is not the talented actress and singer Grey DeLisle (though she stars in many Frederator productions), but an unidentified woman who worked at Jon Kane's Optic Nerve production company in Brooklyn.
The "3rd Logo (2005-9)" was not designed by Adams Morioka, but by me. They would have done a much better job.
"4th Logo (2009- ) Nicknames: "Jackhammer Frederator", "Frederator Robot II"…" was designed, animated, directed by Kirsten Lepore.
"5th Logo (2010- ) Nicknames: "Frederator Robot III", "Fredbot III", "LegoBot", "Frego"…": The Lego Fredbot was designed by Lego artist Nathan Sawaya.
I can't figure out how to update this WIki, so I'm hoping someone else will correct the facts in this post. Thanks.
If it's from a web show doesn't that mean it is a fan made logo ?
Sep 22 2012, 3:19 PM EDT by
Logo descriptions, captures, and editions by Eric S., AsdfTheRevival, Guillermo A. Martinez, loveslogos, Mr. Logo Lord, and V of Doom Background : Frederator Studios (also known as "Frederator, Inc.") is the production company of Fred
Feb 3 2013, 6:00 PM EST by
chauncey street productions
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