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Background: Argosy Media distributes prints of TV shows from the now-defunct Grandma Studios, and also distributes prints from various movie companies throughout the country. As early as 1948, it has started making their own TV movies and television shows. During the 1980s, a limited number of Orion movies listed Argosy Media Home Video as their distributor. Argosy Media also distributed ITC shows and some shows produced by BBC, Oval Productions, PiC, CDE, El TV Kadsre, Michael Shires, Code 82, Junvic, and Sony as well.

In 1982, cartoonist Ellen Peck created the famous cat that Argosy used throughout the '80s, the '90s, half of the 2000s and late 2007 to the present day,and served as a mascot officially in 1989. Ellen Peck named the cat Aaron by the time the cat was created. Aaron was voiced by Ellen Peck in pre-2000, then Lewis Jones in 2000-2007, and from late 2007 to the present, he is voiced by Rick Buckley. Anyway, on April 30, 2017, Argosy bought PFC and its subsidiaries for $75,000,000. And, as of April 21, 1991, Argosy Media bought MTM after TVS agreed to sell MTM for US$10,000,000 after TVS lost their ITV franchise to Meridian.

Aaron even has his own TV show called The Aaron Show in syndication.

The cute little ditty from the 4th logo is very popular that it's used logos with Aaron in it. It is known as "Aaron's Ditty".

This company was founded in 1943, and the stylized "A" had been Argosy Media's official off-screen logo since 1975, though seen on-screen in logos 1, 10, 11, 12, and 14.

On March 26, 2013, Argosy Media celebrated its 70th anniversary with a new logo. Also in 2013, Argosy Media purchased the Post-1983 Videomagic library.

Argosy Productions Television


Logo: On the moving cloudy background, we see the words "Argosy Productions Television" in white.

FX/SFX: Just the moving clouds.

Music/Sounds: None, opening or ending theme of the show.

Availability: Ultra rare. Seen on old kinetoscope prints from some live shows.

Argosy Television

1st Logo (1951-1964)

Logo: On the black background, we see the words "Argosy Television" in white in Georgia Bold font.


  • In colorized prints, the text is yellow and the background is blue.
  • On some color shows, the logo is on a navy blue background and there's a copyright stamp below.

FX/SFX: None.

Music/Sounds: None, opening or ending theme of the show.

Availability: Rare.

2nd Logo (December 1963-April 1964)

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Logo: On the blue background, we see the word "ARGOSY" in red and in the Gill Sans Bold Italic font inside a yellow box. Below the logo is the text "TELEVISION" in lime green and in Microgramma Bold Extended font.

FX/SFX: None.

Music/Sounds: None or the ending theme.

Availability: Extremely rare. This logo is short-lived, lasting for five months.

3rd Logo (1964)

Logo: On a blue background, we see the words "ARGOSY TELEVISION" in white. Below the logo, we see the copyright stamp, also in white.

Variant: On some shows, the background is white and the text is blue.

FX/SFX: None

Music/Sounds: None or the ending theme.

Availability: Near extinction, This logo is one of the shortest-lived Argosy logos, so try your best of finding it!

4th Logo (1964-1973)

Logo: On the white background, We see each letter of the word "ARGOSY" (in blue) appear one-by-one. The word "TELEVISION" in blue appears beside "ARGOSY" after "ARGOSY" is fully typed.


  • A more common still version exists.

FX/SFX: The letters appearing in one-by-one.

Cheesy Factor: Looks like they're too lazy to make "TELEVISION" appear in one-by-one.

Music/Sounds: There are 3 main music variants used in the logo.

  • 1964-1965: A twiddling saxophone/xylophone theme ending in a dramatic jazz stinger.
  • 1965-1968: A battling loud bump fanfare.
  • 1968-1973: A series of "glug-glug-glug" sounds with 2 sets of 4 ascending synthesized chimes; the second one is much faster. Is similar to the music used in the Viacom "Pinball" logo.

Availability: Rare.

Editor’s Note: Looks like they're too lazy to make "TELEVISION" appear in one-by-one.

Argosy Entertainment Television

(September 4, 1973-1975)

Nicknames: "AET Pretzel", "AET", "The Pretzel"

Logo: Against a red background, the letters "A-E-T" appear one by one. They are all yellow, and as the picture moves outward, each initial appears on screen. The "E" is in the middle of and on a higher plane than the "A" and "T," which slide upwards diagonally to merge with the "T" to form a stylized logo, which looks like a pretzel. On either side of the logo's stem are the words "ARGOSY" and "ENTERTAINMENT," and below that "TELEVISION."

FX/SFX: The letters appearing, the letters "combining".

Cheesy Factor: Animation that looks about as rough as the Viacom Pinball Logo. The design also looks somewhat rushed, leading many to believe that this may be a placeholder logo.

Music/Sounds: A little sped-up version of the 1970-1974 Screen Gems theme as the first three opening notes bring forth the three initials in the logo. The rest of the theme plays normally. The first three notes appears to be played faster than on the SG version.

Music/Sounds Variants:

  • On some shows from Argosy, the same music was heard being played on an organ.
  • Sometimes, the closing theme of the show would play over it.

Availability: Ultra rare. It appears on the DVD of the 1976 TV movie The Story of Dana with the closing music playing over it. The first version is seen on TV shows of the era. The second version has appeared on some TV shows and is preserved on VHS tapes.

Editor’s Note: Animation that looks about as rough as the Viacom Pinball Logo. The design also looks somewhat rushed, leading many to believe that this may be a placeholder logo used for 2 years. It also well known to have music similar to the S from Hell logo, so it would probably not be well liked because of the presence of that music. The second version is tamer however, as the organ music used sounds less scary.

Argosy Media

1st Logo

Nicknames: "The Big A", "Argosy in Space"

Logo: On a space background, we see 2 triangles and a circle arranged to look like the letter A zoom up to the screen. "argosy media" flashes in below.

Variant: On ITC programs, "and" fades in below.

FX/SFX: All in scanimation.

Music/Sounds: Ending theme to a show or a generic fanfare.

Availability: Extremely rare; was seen on Farthest Reaches, which last aired with this logo on Argosy Network on December 18, 1981. It can also be seen on the "Argosy Retro" channel, but expect a Cairo/MTM Distribution Group logo after it.

2nd Logo

Nickname: "Argosy in Space II"

Logo: Same as the last logo, except "argosy media" has 2 red lines on top and bottom of the text, and there's no white underline in it. Plus, there is no "A".

Trivia: This logo was made coinciding with Argosy Media's 35th anniversary.

Variant: A prototype version exists where the lines are blue instead of red.

FX/SFX: Only the stars are moving.

Music/Sounds: The ending theme of the show, but only 2 times the previous logo's music plays.

Availability: Extremely rare; was seen on the premieres Camp Daisy, Road Rash, and Revenge of Sarah, two days before this logo was retired. It can also be found on the "Argosy Retro" channel, but again, expect a Cairo/MTM Distribution Group logo afterwards. Extinct for the variant with blue lines, this version was seen on the 101 Dalmatians TV movie, Patch Breaking The Rules, witch first aired on NBC in 1978, but was plastered by newer logos on current prints of the film.

3rd Logo

Nickname: "Backwards NBC Chimes"

Logo: On a shady green-black gradient background, the word "Argosy" flips in, letter by letter. "Media" fades below, in the font used for the Key Video logo. The whole thing sparkles.

FX/SFX: Simple animation.

Music/Sounds: A reverse version of the 3 NBC chimes. Then a drumbeat is heard.


  • On the 1982 pilot of Long Tail Kitty (1983-1991), it had the byline "A Service Trademark of Argosy Media Affiliates, Inc".
  • Bright Idea had the byline "A Division of Argosy Media Affiliates, Inc."
  • On Feelin' Blue, the background is blue gradient and the text is yellow. This variant is plastered by the 2013 Argosy Media logo on TV, but it is retained on the Feelin' Blue VHS releases: Feelin' Blue: Volume 1 (1987), Feelin' Blue: Volume 2 (1988), Feelin' Blue: Volume 3 (1989), and Feelin' Blue: The Lost Episodes (1991).

Availability: Has rare written all over it. You can see it on videotapes of Bright Idea distributed by IVE. Like the past two logos, it can also be seen on the "Argosy Retro" channel.

4th Logo
(Late 1982-December 31, 2004)

Warning Warning: Due to the logo's graphic gore, photos and videos of the Open Sores variant will not be allowed on this site.

Nicknames: "Aaron", "Aaron and the Flag", "It's Aaron!", "Meet Aaron", "First Appearance of Aaron"

Logo: On a white background, we see Aaron from the Argosy Pictures logo. Attached to his tail is a flag saying the word "Argosy". "Media" is at the bottom of the screen. There is also "A Division of Argosy Entertainment".


  • On the prototype version of Aaron's Minigame Central, Argosy Media's logo is still and next to the LJN logo on a black background.
  • On the Game Boy version of Aaron's Minigame Central, If you type in the Konami code at the Argosy Media logo, a message appears on the screen saying, "THANK YOU ! THE DEVELOPERS WILL GIVE YOU A RADICAL NEW SPECIAL MINIGAME! ENJOY! - THE LJN DEVS", and takes you to a hidden minigame where you have to pop all the balloons in 5 seconds.
  • On 1990 VHS prints of Aaron and the Music, Aaron is folding pages on a piano. Then he warms his hands and plays an rendition of Aaron's Ditty on the piano, and Aaron then says, "And that's my ditty!"
  • On very early episodes of Open Sores, Aaron bleeds to the ground.
  • On Aaron's Pirate Adventure for the Wii U, Aaron is wearing a pirate costume. The word “ARRRRGOSY!” appears. Aaron says ”Oh, great. A pirate version of the logo.“ A Wiimote lands on the ground and Aaron stands up and grabs it. He then says “Arrrgosy and Nintendo present...” then he points his Wiimote at a TV as the camera turns around to focus on the TV. The camera quickly zooms in to the TV as the background fades to black.
  • On Aaron's Camping Trip, Aaron is in the night sky using a flashlight.
  • On 1999-2004 episodes of Orange Gus, Aaron's eyes are now black with a white pupil. Also, from 2000-2004, the byline reads "Argosy Media is a Corus Entertainment Company" with the Corus logo on the left of the byline.
  • A different version exists in which the background is light blue and the word "Media" is dark yellow. Even though Aaron's design was changed in 1999, this variant still used his original design with green eyes until the logo was retired at the end of 2004. The light blue variant was bylineless until 2000, when the byline "A Coran Lendevi Entertainment Company" was added to the logo.
  • Bus to Hell (1985 TV movie): At the beginning, the version with the blue background is shown. The camera then pulls back to show the logo as a billboard on the side of a bus.
  • On Medical Challenge, Aaron is wearing a scrub suit and a surgical mask. On the final episode, he is hooked on life support on a hospital bed throughout the last credit roll. The credits run as usual over the white background, with life support equipment attached on either side. You can hear the beeps of the heart monitor over the end theme, too. After the credits complete, the "Argosy Media" text and byline fade in and Aaron flatlines and dies, with a long, high-pitched beep heard. This variation is especially rare, as reruns of the series finale plastered it over with the typical credits, and the only known footage of it is a damaged VHS recording of a camcorder recording of a broadcast of the episode received via RF interference (as seen above).
  • On Disney productions by the company, Aaron is replaced by Patch from 101 Dalmatians.

FX/SFX: None.

Music/Sounds: Ending theme or a cute little ditty (a.k.a. Aaron's Ditty).

Availability: Can be seen on shows from the era. This logo is also seen on 1989-1997 episodes of Cooking Cat. and 1996-2004 episodes of Orange Gus. The cels are repainted on 1999-2004 episodes of Orange Gus.

Editor’s Note: It’s mostly a cute logo and a favorite of many, though the Open Sores and Medical Challenge finale variations are extremely upsetting.

5th Logo

Nicknames: "Aaron Swimming", "Aaron At The Beach"

Logo: We see Aaron sometimes in a swimsuit floating in water, holding a sign reading "Argosy Media", while a crab is grabbing Aaron's tail. He says "Hey! That's my tail!" A byline fades in below Aaron

Trivia: This was the first logo that Aaron spoke.

FX/SFX: The animation.

Music/Sounds: Seagulls with the cute little ditty from logo 4, but a more tropical style, then Aaron saying the line. Open Sores had a 6 note theme. Some shows have the end theme over it, with a voiceover saying "In association with Argosy Media", then Aaron's line. On the Scary Films variant, really dramatic music, then the normal music.

Variant: On Scary Films-produced shows of the time, Aaron is replaced by an angry, yet goofy and funny looking, cat named Benny, with a crocodile biting his tail instead of a crab, and the sign reads "Scary Films," then the angry cat drowns and Aaron comes up, holding the sign from the normal logo with the crab swimming up and grabbing Aaron's tail.

Availability: Uncommon. But this logo is seen on the pilot episode of The Aaron Show (1993-2006).

Editor's Note: It’s a cute logo like the previous logo, but the Scary Films version can catch someone off-guard for its fast pace.

6th Logo
(1993-1996, December 1997-August 31, 2004)

Nicknames: "Aaron's Skates", "Roller Skates", "Poor Aaron"

Logo: We see Aaron from the previous logo, although this time he is roller skating along a highway. He passes three cars and then crashes into a tree. "Argosy Media Entertainment" with a purple line fades in below. A byline appears below the title. A copyright date appears afterward

FX/SFX: The fast animation.

Music/Sounds: A flute tune, three honks, someone saying "WATCH OUT!", Aaron saying "What?" and then a cartoon-style CRASH as the he hits the tree. We then hear the cute little ditty from logo 4 while Aaron moans. The ending theme could play over it.


  • On the Atari Jaguar, SNES and Sega Genesis versions of Aaron's Minigames Central Deluxe, the logo is still and the moaning in pain is compressed, to of course, to fit on a measly small cartridge size.
  • On the Regal Cinemas prints of The Orange Gus's 1st Movie, The logo gets transformed into puppets, that speak nonsense. The variant goes like this: When Aaron says "What?" Orange Gus and his cat transforms the logo to puppets. Aaron then talks ala Sesame Street, then when Aaron hits the tree, The person pushes Aaron through the tree so hard that the tree ultimately collapses and Aaron gets flinged into the camera, knocking it down, and causing a voice to be heard saying, "You monkey Baby! You did this!" and the cute ditty is heard, and two actors start fighting, even throwing pies at each other.
  • On Long Tail Kitty, the logo is still and over the credits.
  • On Kendra's Krib, he is distracted by a human female teenager and then crashes into the tree.
  • On Orange Gus, he crashes into a lamppost. Also, Aaron's fur color is darker than usual.
  • On Library Matters, he roller skates on a bridge over a lake and crashes into, surprisingly, a brick building.
  • There is a shorter version where Aaron racing past the cars is taken out.
  • A nighttime version exists on the cancelled pilot Sneaky and the Alley Cats.
  • A shortened version with no vocals or music has new animation of Aaron running into a tree.
  • On Foxy Entertainment programs, Aaron is replaced by a fox.
  • On a 1995 episode of Farthest Reaches and the cancelled pilot Dumb Reasons, the logo proceeds as normal, until someone says "WATCH OUT!", then we see that the tree's size is smaller than normal. Aaron then jumps over the tree and he stops. Afterwards, he looks at the camera and says "I did not crash this time, but hey, it was worth it!". Finally, the company's name, byline, and copyright information fade in as usual.

Availability: Uncommon. Argosy Retro and MeTV air Long Tail Kitty and Orange Gus, so you can see it. This logo can also be seen on 1997-2000 episodes of Cooking Cat, and 1993-2004 episodes of Farthest Reaches.

Trivia: This logo recycles footage from the pilot episode of The Aaron Show in 1992: Aaron's Skates. The cels are re-painted and placed onto a different background on Orange Gus.

7th Logo:
(1996-December 31, 2000)

Nicknames: "Bowling Ball", "Give Me A Strike Baby!", "Aaron Bowling"

Logo: We see Aaron in logos 4, 5, and 6 on against a blue BG. This time, he's bowling. Aaron shouts "Come on, gimme a strike baby!" When the bowling ball hits the pins, the words "Argosy Media" pop up in a cartoonish style wiggling around, While Aaron shouts "YES!", a byline appears below the words. Also, a copyright appears.

Music: The sound of a bowling ball hitting bowling pins and after that, the cute ditty from logo 4.


  • California Design had the bowling ball colored fuchsia.
  • New Science of the Unthinkable had a still shot of the finished logo.
  • On productions created by Summit Entertainment that are distributed by Argosy Media at the time, while the end theme of the show plays, the bowling sounds and Aaron shouting are intact.
  • The pilot of The Godbuilder had the logo off center because of tape distortion.
  • The logo is cut short on the failed pilot called One of Us Can Save Kids.

Availability: Common, can be seen on shows of the era (such as The Aaron Show).

8th Logo:
(Late 1999-early 2000, January 1, 2001-December 31, 2002)

By this time, the Argosy Entertainment Company had been mostly discontinued when they were bought outright by Corus Entertainment, which kept the ARGOSY MEDIA name.

Nicknames: "Celebration", "New Millennium", "Black-eyed Aaron", "New and Improved Aaron", "Modern Aaron"

Logo: Inside a red, white, yellow and blue circle on a black BG, we see the familiar cat (now has different eyes) pop out of it, arms outstretched. Suddenly, CGI confetti falls from the top of the screen and "Argosy Media" fades in in a cursive font. Aaron then says his famous line, "Best known for it's purr-fect TV shows, TV movies, high quality, and me, Aaron, it's the one and only, Argosy Media!" A byline fades in below everything else.


  • 1999-2000: The Corus logo with "A CORUS ENTERTAINMENT COMPANY" next to it in two lines.
  • 2000-2002: "A Corus Entertainment Company", with "Corus" in its corporate font.


  • A CGI recreated version is used on the startup screen for GameStation and GameStation Portable.
  • A still version exists if a movie DVD or audio CD is inserted into a GameStation or GameStation Portable.
  • In some shows, the white bits of the circle are pink. One show is Revenge of Sarah.
  • In late 1999/early 2000, the words "CELEBRATING 65 YEARS OF" were seen above "Argosy Media". Aaron says "Celebrating 65 years, of the one and only, Argosy Media!". Find this variant on 1999 episodes of The Aaron Show.
    • On the short-lived Sally's Wacky Dally Gang, Aaron is replaced by Sally (Aaron and Sally are both voiced by Ellen Peck), after she says "Celebrating 65 years, of the one and only, Argosy Media!", she says "And with me, Sally!".
  • For the logo's second official year (2001, even though the logo actually debuted in 1999), the words "CELEBRATING 2000" were seen below "Argosy Media". Aaron says "Argosy Media, celebrating 2000!". It is in a darker shade than usual due to film detoriation or a mistake at the Argosy Studios.
    • On George's Rock'n Gang, Aaron is replaced by George (George and Aaron are both voiced by Lewis Jones), after he says "Argosy Media, celebrating 2000!", he shouts "And George and Company rocks! YAA-HOO!".
  • There is an extremely rare variant where above Argosy Media it says, "CELEBRATING THE 2000 AND 65 YEARS OF". It is usually plastered on syndication and DVD by the normal logo.
  • The logo sometimes would be still.
  • On The Aaron Show, Aaron is holding yellow, red, and green balloons.
  • A rare short version one was made for him to only say "Argosy Media!". This was seen on the series premiere of My Bedroom is Freaking Out with World Wide Web Television. However, season 2 has the regular logo.
  • On Aaron the Cat: The Video Game for Nintendo 64, Game Boy Color, and Playstation, Aaron says nothing. Also, this logo is still.
  • On An Aaron Christmas, the logo is bylineless. "MERRY CHRISTMAS FROM" is above "Argosy Media", and Aaron is wearing a Santa hat.
  • On Aaron's Halloween, Aaron is dressed up as a ghost and the confetti is in Halloween colors (orange, purple, yellow and red), plus the white bits of the circle are sky blue.
  • In most of Argosy's NC-17 rated movies, the logo forms as usual, but Aaron is more to the side of the circle, which now has a black background. He says his line as always, and then another cat enters the circle! The two felines rub against each other and start purring.
  • On the US English dub of "Neighbors", this logo is seen in the upper left corner, with the Grundy Productions logo in the upper right, the El TV Kadsre Television logo in the bottom left, and the Network Ten Australia logo in the bottom right.
  • On the TV movie Aaron's Great Adventure, the "55 Years" variant is seen in the bottom right corner and the Meridian/United Productions endcap in the upper left. They are on a grey/black gradient background.
  • On the TV movie Robyn's Journey, the "Millennium 55" variant is seen in the upper left and the Paramount Television logo in the bottom right. They are on a yellow/blue gradient background.
  • On Jeff's Pancakes, Billy the Whale, and the cancelled pilot Pee World, as well as programs that Argosy co-produced with Scary Films, there is a Scary Films version of this logo with Benny and four circles with devil horns.
  • On Foxy Entertainment shows, Aaron is replaced with a fox.
  • On Foxy Entertainment's "The Cat Factory", right at the end of the credits, before we cut to the logo, an off-screen voice that either states, "Where's the fox?", "Here's the fox.", or "Take it, fox!". The Foxy Entertainment variant then proceeds as normal, but instead of saying his lines, Foxy meows like a cat.
  • On Andy's Best Gang, Aaron is replaced by Andy (Andy and Aaron are both voiced by Lewis Jones), who says "Best known for it's purr-fect TV shows, TV movies, high quality, and me, Andy, it's the one and only, Argosy Media!".

Variant Trivia: Strangely, the Foxy Entertainment variant appeared on early airings of some episodes of The Aaron Show. It was an editing mistake made by Argosy Network when they first started doing the split-screen credits. Normally, Argosy makes custom split-screen credits for each cartoon and its producers. Foxy Entertainment was the only company that produced multiple Argosy shows, and Argosy created generic ones for these shows [which included the Foxy variant], but, on the said episodes of TAS, Argosy accidentally used the Foxy split screen credits for these episodes. As of 2009, the logo is replaced by the United Productions/Meridian endcap followed by the M6 "Trippy Kaleidoscopic Logo", the Alliance Atlantis Boomerang, the CTV Ribbons, and the original Argosy logo on recent airings (which were in the original credits to begin with). Still, it is one of the oddest editing mistakes ever made by Argosy, next to an odd Worldvision logo without the "not affiliated with" disclaimer appearing on a rerun of Orange Gus a while ago instead of the Steven Bochco/Argosy Media combo.

Music: A snap when the cat pops out, tons of party blowers blowing when the confetti starts to fall out and at the end, the cute little ditty from logo 4 in piano plays while the cat is talking.

Music/Sounds Variants:

  • On Orange Gus, an jazzy piano tune is played when Aaron talks.
  • On rare occasions, if you put a damaged or dirty disc into a GameStation, sometimes you will get a frozen version of the logo and Aaron still talking along with a much more jarring version of the music. Aaron's dialog comes in more heavily and the last 2 notes of Aaron's Ditty are replaced with jarring high-pitched music. Only reported to happen on the GameStation and GSone (if this was done on the GameStation 2, you will get the screen saying "Please insert a GameStation or GameStation 2 format disc" instead). This can also happen when you insert a pirated CD-format GameStation 2 game into the GameStation or GSone.
  • There are also two other error sounds: one of them is the normal sound but without Aaron's dialog and the other is the music playing slowly. These variants are nicknamed "Callous Venture" and "Fearful Harmony", respectively.
  • On the Argosy Movies print of the TV movie "Aaron's Great Adventure", the 1996 MTM theme is used, due to sloppy plastering.
  • On the TV movie "The Legend of Aaron", The A.K.A Cartoon theme is used.

Availability: Common for 2000 and 2002, slightly more common for 2001. This logo made its debut in the Argosy 2000 film series on the "Argosy Teenz" channel, which is from 1999, and the "55 Years" variant was beautifully restored on the 2007 DVD and Blu-ray releases of the Argosy 2000 films, distributed by El TV Kadsre Home Entertainment; ironically enough, current reruns of this series aren't so lucky; except for "Aaron's Great Adventure," this logo was plastered with either the MTM Enterprises 1998 logo, the ITV Studios Global Entertainment 2013 logo, or the 2008 Argosy Media logo on reruns. Robyn's Journey kept the "Millennium 25" logo when it was released on video and DVD, so you can see it on there. Most reruns of Cooking Cat and The Aaron Show have this logo intact. The "25 years" and "New millennium" variant was seen on The Aaron Show with balloons, these variants were sadly plastered with the 2008 logo! These variants thankfully were restored for DVD and Blu-Ray in 2011. The rare short version can be seen on My Bedroom is Freaking Out for season 1, but replaced by the 2013-present logo on the 2016 DVD release Argosy Media Remastered Collection: My Bedroom is Freaking Out!. This logo was also used to plaster the Svensk Filmindustri logo on current prints of the Swedish dub of Aaron's Haunted Mansion. The still variant of the logo is also seen on the TV movie "The Legend of Aaron", a prequel to the franchise.

9th Logo:
(January 1, 2003-August 2006)

Nickname: "Celebrating 70 Years", "Aaron in the Zero", "The Big A Ball"

Logo: In the 0 of a huge "70", we see the the 80s and 90s version of Aaron, except he's lounging. His tail, which is dangling down from the 0, is carrying a flag reading "Years of...". The "argosy media" text is seen below, shining. Below the "argosy media" text is the byline "A Corus Entertainment Company", with "Corus" in its corporate font. 80's and 90's Aaron then says "Argosy Media, celebrating 70 years of purr-fect entertainment!".

Music: Two triumphant notes followed by the cute little ditty from logo four.


  • On the failed pilots of Kevin's Imagination, The Life of an Box, and The Jelly Belly Show, Aaron looks at a scene from the pilot(s) and says, "Wowee! This is Argosy Media! In association with.." and cuts to either the SITISIS Inc. or KartMan Studios logos.
  • On productions with Sony Pictures, which normally edits out Argosy Media logos, Young Rich keeps this logo intact, except they inserted a "Produced in association with" line below "argosy media".
  • "Celebrating Over" was seen above the "70" in 2004-2005. Two versions exist, the filmed version has the text in New Courier font, the videotaped version has the text stretched and in orange.
  • On productions that are produced with Nelvana, The Argosy Cat turns into the Nelvana logo.
  • On seasons 3-6 of My Bedroom is Freaking Out, the logo is swirling around in the zero, it has a Pink background, and Aaron speaks "Huh?" instead of his usual lines
  • On a rerun of Farthest Reaches, the music from the first logo is played due to sloppy editing.
  • On direct-to-DVD releases, the zero is a square and the DVD logo is inside. You can hear Aaron (who is offscreen) saying "Argosy DVD!"
  • Starting in 2005, 60is changed to either a red ball with the Big A on it, or Aaron in a circle.
  • On Chris Baxter's Dude Gang, Aaron is replaced by Chris (Chris and Aaron are both voiced by Lewis Jones) who says "Argosy Media, celebrating 70 years of fantastic entertainment!".

Availability: Common. But the Nelvana variant is rare as it is plastered more in the USA than it is in Canada. The MBiFO variant is so rare that it was plastered on DVD and VHS releases by the 10th logo.

10th Logo:
(September 2006-early 2008)

Nicknames: "No Aaron", "The Big A II"

Logo: On a white or shady blue background, we see two triangles and a circle merge together to form the Argosy Media logo, styled like that in the 70s; It shines, then "argosy media" swoops down from the top of the screen. As soon it is done, the background turns white or shady blue. Sometimes "entertainment" or "entertainment company, inc." appears under "argosy media".

Music: A short fanfare. The logo can have the ending theme over it.


  • On reruns of Revenge of Sarah of the era, Aaron comes in and says to the logo, "Screw you, big A! Screw You! I'm the mascot here, for god's sake!", then kicks it, however, Aaron stubs his toe in the process. He jumps off-screen holding his foot while howling in pain. The music is the cute little ditty due to Aaron's appearance. Look for this variant on Argosy Adultz.
    • On The Adventures of Danny and his Pals, Aaron is replaced by Danny (Danny and Aaron are both voiced by Lewis Jones), who says "Screw you, big A! Screw You! I'm Danny McVarsion, for god's sake!".

Availability: Rare. Can occasionally be seen on PBS and Argosy Teenz. The rerun Revenge of Sarah variant is seen on Argosy Retro airings. Also seen on the final season of My Bedroom is Freaking Out.

11th Logo:
(Late 2007/early 2008 - 2011)

By this time, Argosy Media had millions of responses to return Aaron. As a result, Argosy Media and its employees did. Also, AEC re-gained control of Argosy Media.

Nicknames: "The Cute Cat Returns!", "Flags with Letters", "Live Action Aaron"

Logo: On a white BG, we see a flag wave with the letter "A" on it. Then we see a flag wave with the letter "R" on it. The entire thing keeps going until we zoom out from the last flag to reveal the flags have spelled "ARGOSY". Then "media" Fades In Under the Flags. A live-action version of Aaron walks in. He looks around and sits on an imaginary line between him and the flags. Aaron meows once. After he meows, the flags stop waving. A byline which says "an argosy entertainment company" appears. Aaron then says his 2001-2002 line. He then does a backflip. Starting in May 2010, the "Big A" flag appears first.


  • During the first official year of this logo (2008, even though it actually debuted in late 2007), the text "CELEBRATING" in gold appears above the logo. The cartoon version of Aaron is sitting in the "5" of a large blue "75". He is holding a flag that says "years of" in his tail above the company name. He says, "Argosy Media, celebrating 65 years of great entertainment...", kicks the 7 to fall down to reveal a silver 9, over it the words " And Celebrating" in silver are there, under the "95" being the orange name, "Aaron", and Aaron continues his line, "...and 95 years of me, Aaron!".
  • On LOL Cartoons and The Kute Kittens, a Scottish Fold kitten walks in, mutters to himself, and stomps lots of times on Aaron until he's too weak to move, then says Aaron's line. After that, he looks at the camera saying, "No more Aaron! Just end the show!" On the LOL Cartoons episode "The $1,000,000 Pet Shop" and the Kute Kittens episodes "Bouncy Fun" and "Cats and Dogs", after "Just end the show!" he says "Poor Aaron...". As he says that, Aaron gets back up, and after the Fold says "Poor Aaron...", Aaron runs and yells, "NO!" and crashes into the camera, smashing the screen. Then he falls off, and we see whatever logo would appear at the end (the Fremantle Media logo for LOL Cartoons and the Starry Night/El TV Kadsre combo for Kute Kittens).
  • A shorter version of the logo exists.

FX/SFX: The cat talking and the byline fading in.

Music: A triumphant fanfare, then a couple of drum beats, and then a brass-and-string version of the cute little ditty from logo 4. It could also have the ending theme over it, or only Aaron speaking.

Availability: Common. Can be seen on Argosy-produced shows on Nickelodeon, Cartoon Network, and more. Can also be seen on reruns of the Argosy 2000 (plastering the 8th logo) and Argosy '90s series on the Argosy Network.

12th Logo:
(2011-March 26, 2013)

By this time, Ellen Peck was beginning to try to protect Argosy from a buyout from ITV plc. Ellen won, but she had to gain thousands of dollars to save it from ITV's buyout.

Nicknames: "8-Bit Argosy", "Aaron Holding the A"

Logo: On a plain white BG, Aaron walks in, now animated instead of live-action, and takes a large, orange toolbox in. He opens it, digs through, and holds up a large CGI model of the Argosy A, with "Argosy Media" under it, turning him into a CGI version of himself. "An Argosy Entertainment Company" fades in under, and Aaron winks and says "Argosy!". He then walks out.


  • On some shows, the logo is shortened down to just Aaron saying "Argosy!", which is more common.
  • There is a non CGI variant, but it only appears on re-runs of LOL Cartoons.
  • In Aaron‘s Birthday party, he holds up a ball. The ball then explodes, revealing a lot of old logos. It all zooms out to reveal the number 100. Aaron, still animated, jumps over the 100. The Argosy media logo appears followed by the word “Celebrating”. The sentence “Years of entertainment” fades in. Aaron says “Happy birthday to me, Aaron, and Argosy media!” He doesn’t walk out.

FX: The CGI model, and Aaron's animation.

Music: An 8-bit rendition of Aaron's ditty followed by Aaron's line. In the short version, it's just the last four notes.

Trivia: The animation program used to make the model, RenderMan, was used by Pixar to make Tin Toy and many other shorts, as well as movies like Toy Story.

Availability: Common. Seen on all Argosy shows from the era, including episodes of the BBC shows P.S. 3538 and Sticks n' Stones and on the MTM shows Chainsaw and Ninjas of the Awesome, which are co-produced with Argosy.

Editor's Note: TBA

13th Logo:
(March 2013-April 2013)

Nicknames: "CGI Aaron II", "Another Celebration", "110 Years!”

Logo: A black screen saying "Celebrating 110 Years..." in the Dom Bold font appears. Then we see Aaron in CGI say "Suprise!!!!!" as the background becomes white. Balloons fly up and confetti flies everywhere, while the AEC byline fades in below.


  • On Argosy Media's 40th Birthday Spectacular!!! (2013) and The New Aaron Show (2012-), Aaron is not CGI and is wearing a party hat.
  • Shortened versions have just Aaron saying "Suprise!" and a short version of Aaron's Ditty.
  • On Aaron's First Birthday, there is a Foxy Entertainment version of this logo.
  • On The New Road Rash Show (2013-) the confetti isn't seen, and the background is green gradient (A reference to the 3rd logo). This is only seen on the premiere episode.
  • A rare version of this logo is where the byline is not there. It is believed to be an error.

FX/SFX: Aaron in his CGI form.

Music/Sounds: Silence on the first part. After Aaron says his lines, party sounds are heard. A remix of Aaron's Ditty can be heard too.

Availability: First seen on Argosy Media's 40th Birthday Spectacular!!! (2013). Was last seen on an episode of The New Aaron Show.

Note: The pic above is the non-CGI variant.

Editor's Note: TBA

By April 26, 2013, this logo was gone. At this time, Argosy execs started to miss the big A and the original 2-D Aaron. They brought back both of them in a new logo.

14th Logo:
(April 30, 2013-2020, 2021)

Nicknames: "Classic Aaron", "Aaron and the Flag II"

Logo: We see Aaron run up onto grass with a flag on his tail. The flag has the big A logo. Then Aaron looks at the screen and says his 2001-2003 line. The AEC byline fades in below.

FX/SFX: Aaron and the flag.


  • Some shows have Aaron on a white background.
  • A more common, shorter version of this logo exists, where the logo is cut down just to Aaron saying "Argosy Media!" This can be found on The New Aaron Show.
  • On Tales Of Orange Gus, Aaron gets hit with a guitar, where the classic "KABONG!!!" sound comes in.
  • Some shows do not only have Aaron on a white background, but sometimes he has the classical green eyes!
  • On Open Sores: The Movie, Aaron's tail is slightly bleeding, which makes it more exceptical for films. This also appears on reruns for Open Sores
  • A shortened version is on The New Aaron Show. However, the long version was used when it first appeared.
  • On Aaron and The Three Stooges Meet Doctor Googoo, Curly cuts off the flag and wears it as a hat. Aaron says, "Hey, that's my flag!"
  • On Aaron's Easter Party, there is a Foxy Entertainment version of the logo, because Foxy Entertainment helped work on the special.
  • On some shows, there's some offscreen guy talking about God in Cebuano, who is interrupted by Aaron saying "Shut up, you cliche idiot!"
  • On all shows after the ZTV acquisition, Mike the Cat walks in and says "This company is a part of ZTV! America’s answer to ITV!", then the ATC byline is replaced with the byline "A part of ZTV."

Music/Sounds: A nice classical guitar version of Aaron's Ditty. The post-acquisition by ZTV version has the first 3 notes followed by a classical guitar version of the ZTV jingle.

Availability: Current. First seen on an episode of The New Aaron Show. This also plasters the logos of DHX, Fremantle, EntertainmentOne, ITV Studios, Corus, and their subsidiaries on international prints of some shows and movies.

Editor’s Note: Many people love this logo as it is a homage to the classic Aaron.