Studio City Television Productions

From Audiovisual Identity Database


Credits
Descriptions by
Shadeed A. Kelly

Captures by
Eric S.

Editions by
DisneyInternationalFan

Video captures courtesy of
Broken Saw

Background

Studio City Television Productions (also known as "Studio City Television Service") was the television production arm of Republic Pictures Corporation established in 1954. In 1959, all of its library was transferred to NTA, however it would later return to Republic Pictures in 1986. Currently, all of its series are in the public domain.

(1954-1959)

Nickname: "TV Tube Filmstrip"

Logo: Same as the Hollywood Television Service logo, but the tower receiver behind the globe is removed, the TV screen is replaced by a filmstrip cell, and the text reads "STUDIO CITY TV PRODUCTIONS INC." in the Futura XBlkCn BT font, with "INC." in italics.

Bylines: Starting in 1956, the entire text is shifted up to make room for the company byline.

  • 1955-1957: "A DIVISION OF REPUBLIC PICTURES CORPORATION".
  • 1957-1959: "A SUBSIDIARY OF REPUBLIC PICTURES CORPORATION"

Technique: Same as the Hollywood Television Service logo.

Music/Sounds: Just the end-title theme from the respective show.

Availability: Extinct. Was seen on Stories of the Century, Frontier Doctor, and The Adventures of Dr. Fu Manchu, but none of these shows air anymore.



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