Colbert Television Sales

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Background: Colbert Television Sales was an independent television distribution company founded by television pioneer Dick Colbert and also co-ran by his son Ritch Colbert; known for distributing the game shows by Barry & Enright Productions. Colbert had a co-distribution team up with King World and allowed King World to handle ad-sales of the series by B&E until 1982, when King World formed its own ad-sales division; Camelot Entertainment Sales. On September 29, 1986, Colbert Television Sales merged with Access Syndication.

Colbert-BTB: 1976Colbert-TJW: 1977Colbert-PTP: 1980Colbert-PTP: 1980-bColbert-TTD: 1980
Colbert-TTD: 1980-bColbert-Bullseye: 1981Colbert-TJW: 1982Colbert-TJW: 1983Colbert-TTD: 1986

Logo: Just an in-credit text that reads as "Distributed by Colbert Television Sales". Sometimes a copyright stamp to Barry & Enright Productions is seen below after the credits are finished.

FX/SFX: Superimposed or scrolling of the text.

Music/Sounds: The end title theme from any show.

Availability: Extinct. It was seen on syndicated episodes of The Joker's Wild, The New Tic-Tac-Dough, Break the Bank (1976 version), Play the Percentages, and Bullseye.

Editor's Note: None.