Red Rooster Film & Television Entertainment

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Red Rooster Film & Television Entertainment was a British television production company that produces drama shows. It was later sold to Chrysalis TV in 1996, and was absorbed into Chrysalis Entertainment in 2001.


Logo: On a black background, we see a painting of a red rooster on a gradient background, surrounded by a white border. Below it was the words "RED ROOSTER" with a line below the logo, and some text is shown below the logo.


  • In its early days, the picture is smaller, and the text is larger, and the line is also larger, with the text "FILM AND TELEVISION ENTERTAINMENT" in black.
  • Starting in 1997, a byline "A Chrysalis Company" is shown below the logo.
  • Starting in 1999, the background became white over a wallpaper of Chrysalis logos, the text "RED ROOSTER" in black, with the first letter of each "R" in red, and the Chrysalis logo is shown below.
  • Sometimes, the logo shares the screen with other logos.

Technique: None.

Music/Sounds: None or the end theme of the show.

Availability: Rare. It was kept on Body & Soul, the first series of Wycliffe, The Alchemists, The Sculptress, Deadly Summer and Beyond Fear, and it was also shown on The Life and Times of Henry Pratt.

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