Nothing Can Go Wrong Now Productions

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This was a production company run by Mike Scully and his wife Julie Thacker. In 2012, Scully would form Scully Productions, with Thacker joining him again in 2020.

(March 30, 2003-June 17, 2005)

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Logo: We see an old, teal-colored Ford Fairlane with a beige roof drive off a cliff and into the water below (the car comes in from the left of the screen, and even does a full 180-degree frontflip and lands upside down). "Nothing Can Go Wrong Now Productions" is shown below in the Hobo font.

Trivia: The footage used in this logo was originally shot for the 1977 film The Domino Principle.

Variant: On Complete Savages, the logo cuts straight to the shortened Icon Productions logo right when the car hits the water, so that the thunder sound-effect on that logo seems to complete this logo's audio.

Technique: It's all live-action.

Music/Sounds: The sound of the car sputtering and a man and a woman unconvincingly screaming.

Availability: Seen on The Pitts and Complete Savages.

Legacy: Some may be uneasy about the subject matter, but it's mostly funny for those who don't take it seriously.

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