Can you identify these classic TV production company logos?

When you watch enough of a TV show, you become intimately familiar with every little detail. You can sing the theme song. Heck, you can probably perform the theme song. You know every beat and image of the opening credits.

Of course, at the very end of a show, the production company slaps its logo on the screen. In the modern day, we all recognize the "Bad Robot" or Chuck Lorre's plain text missives.

We know you've seen a ton of classic television. Anyone who grew up in front of the tube in the '60s, '70s and '80s has probably seen these logos hundreds of times. So, can you identify them?
  1. Who used this adorable kitten?
  2. You could spot this "D" in a logo at the end of 'Star Trek.' To what production company did it belong?
  3. This "M-M" logo can be seen at the end of 'Happy Days' and 'Laverne & Shirley.' The two M's stand for what?
  4. Anyone who watched sitcoms in the 1980s should remember this lovable dog who was asked to "Sit." What was his name?
  5. This silhouette looks familiar… What show closed with this logo?
  6. This '80s powerhouse producer crafted hit series like '21 Jump Street,' 'Greatest American Hero' and 'The A-Team.' You might remember him typing away.
  7. Jack Webb stamped his production company name at the end of 'Dragnet' and 'Adam-12.' What was it called?
  8. This trio can be seen at the end of 270 'Cheers' episodes. The company was Charles, Charles and who?
  9. This 'Andy Griffith Show' production company had an obvious name.
  10. Which Western dropped the curtain, so to speak, with this production credit?
  11. Which classic 1970s sitcom closed with this man walking down a hallway?
  12. This company's logo can be seen after every 'Beverly Hillbillies.' The production house was known for "rural" comedies like 'Mr. Ed,' 'Petticoat Junction' and 'Green Acres.'

Can you identify these classic TV production company logos?

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Dario 40 months ago
A PERFECT 12!!!!! 👍👍👍👍👍👌👌👌👌👌 😁😁😁😁😁
Br0ther1KB 44 months ago
That was "...A Filmways Presentation Darling." - Eva Gabor (The Funny Gabor Sister) as Mrs Lisa Douglass. Sort of but not quite the Claudette Colbert Roll in The Egg and I. I still like that movie I saw it (The Moivie that is) in 1977 or 1978 on KGUN Channel 9 Tucson (ABC Affiliate) from the Signal off Porter Mountain in Old Lakeside AZ (Now known as Lower Pinetop-Lakeside {Incorporated in 1980}).
Br0ther1KB 44 months ago
I missed 1 Because I am not a Bonanza Man, I'm a Big Valley Man, and if there was a Western with more Pretty Dudettes and less Dudes I'd of watched it over the Big Valley. A Fusion of Wild Wild West and Charlie's Angels would work just fine with me.
lexbates 66 months ago
Sorry,number 9 is "Mayberry Enterprises."
Kiyone57 lexbates 40 months ago
I thought so! That was the only one I got (supposedly) wrong.
rycki1138 lexbates 30 months ago
I thought it said Mayberry Enterprises. That was the only one I got wrong.
ndebrabant 68 months ago
You got 12 out of 12
Brilliant! You stick around until the very end of the show. You probably even know that this cat is named Mimsie.
Must have paid more attention than I thought or I had very lucky guesses on some.
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