Bungalow 78 Productions

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Logo descriptions and captures by Kris Starring and JuniorFan88
Editions by Shadeed A. Kelly

Background: Bungalow 78 Productions was founded in 1987 by Newhart producer Barry Kemp.

1st Logo
(March 15, 1988-May 14, 1997)
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Nickname: "The Houses", "Lights Out!"

Logo: We see two small, lit up white houses on a suburban street at night. "a Bungalow 78 production" is at the bottom in a white script font. The lights are turned off in the houses and the street becomes dark.

FX/SFX: It's all live-action.

: The end-title theme from any show.

Availability: Rare. Currently seen on Coach on Reelz Channel and local syndication. Also seen in the ultra short-lived series, Princesses, and two short-lived series, Coming of Age and Delta, among others.

Editor's Note: None.

2nd Logo
(February 20, 1999-May 30, 2005)

Nickname: "The Sunburst"
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Logo: On a black background, a flashing spark flies to the right, forming "
Bungalow 78 productions" in the same font as before. The spark disappears when the logo is fully formed, which then shines while "78" emits a big orange light, resembling a sunburst.

FX/SFX: The spark flying, the text flashing and shining, the sunburst flashing and fading out.

Music/Sounds: None or the generic network theme.

Availability: Extinct. Seen possibly on A Minute with Stan Hooper. Also seen on the made-for-TV movie Romy & Michele: In the Beginning and the 1999 unsold pilot of Love, American Style.

Editor's Note: None.