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Logo description by Matt Williams, James Stanley Barr, and Nicholas Aczel
Logo capture by Eric S.
Editions by Bob Fish and Donny Pearson
Video captures courtesy of JohnnyL80, 1sam234, and Pepsi9072

Background: Foxstar Productions wa
s the documentary television production arm of 20th Century Fox Television, Inc. that was originally formed in 1993 as a TV movie and mini-series unit under Steve Bell, the former TCFTV network president. The first series was the Alien Nation TV movie series. In 2000, Foxstar was made a unit of Fox Television Studios (now "Fox 21 Television Studios"). Although 20th Century Fox has produced documentaries since 1987, a standard logo wasn't used until 1994.


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Nickname: "The Star Tower"

We see the Fox structure that's the same as the 1994
20th Century Fox logo, but there is a giant star on top of the stack and the words:


in the lines below. Once the structure is in the familiar distance, the News Corporation byline fades in.

Later Variant: From 1999 onward, this logo can be seen after a split-second of the Fox Television Studios logo. Both logos zoom-in slowly.

: The zoom-out in the original, the stormy sky, the lightning, and the logo switch in the FTS-FSP combo.

  • 1994-2000: A shortened version of the last part of the 1994 20th Century Fox fanfare, as conducted by Bruce Broughton.
  • 1999-2005: The FTS-FSP combo is the same as Fox Television Studios, accompanied by a lightning strike.

Availability: Uncommon.
This is seen on documentaries produced by Fox.It first appeared on A Hollywood Christmas, and it appears on the VHS release of the special.Other documentaries included Rogers and Hammerstein: The Sound of Movies when it originally aired on A&E, AMC’s Backstory, and select episodes of A&E’s Biography, as well as many documentaries from The Travel Channel.The Fox Television Studios combo first appeared on the Fox Family documentary series Famous Families.

Editor's Note:
Nice looking CGI for the most part as with other current Fox logos.