Tedy Productions

From Audiovisual Identity Database

Descriptions by

Editions by
LMgamer36 and TheRealMarcel2000

Video captures courtesy of
Broken Saw and LogicSmash


Tedy Productions was established in 1973 by Temira and Dudu Yardeni as one of the most stable, high-quality, and influential content and production houses in the Israeli media and entertainment industry. The company didn't use a logo until the early 2010s.

1st Logo (Early 2010s-)

Logo: We fade into a beige background with two maroon spotlights waving, with the text "TEDY" in a bubble small caps-like font with dots on them, all illuminated in the darkness with the company name in a normal font. Then, some tomatoes from off-screen are thrown into the name, causing it to get covered up with tomato-like slime as it then quickly clears off, making the whole logo brighter and the searchlights in white. All of the text is in Hebrew.

Variant: Sometimes, this logo will be shown within the show's credits, albeit still playing as usual.

Technique: The illuminating of the logo, the tomatoes being thrown.

Music/Sounds: A drone-like sound, coupled with some cartoon effects for the tomatoes and a crowd laughing. Otherwise, it's the closing theme of the show.

Availability: Very common in Israel, otherwise rare. Seen on many Israeli shows from them.

2nd Logo (August 4, 2011-)

Logo: On a black background, we see the text from before (now in English) with white dots appearing on the bottom inside the "E" (which looks more like a "C"), and a single dot appearing on the bottom inside the "D". Below it is the spaced out text "PRODUCTIONS". The logo is very blurry at first, but then gains focus. It then gets blurry again when it fades out.


  • A still version exists.
  • The logo sometimes shares the screen with other logos.
  • A Hebrew version exists.
  • Sometimes, the logo would be shown within the credits.

Technique: The blurring and forming of the logo.

Music/Sounds: A one-note happy sounding synth tune. Otherwise, it's silent or has the end theme of the show. Some shows use a whoosh sound.

Availability: Fairly common in Israel and worldwide. Seen on some Israeli shows from them and their foreign adaptations. It is used in tandem with the last logo.

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