Logo: On a White Background an Thunder Cat Is Shown with a Text "CATSTONE PICTURES" in a Blue.
Music: none an meow sound.
Availability: seen in many other movies.
Scare Factor: none.
Nicknames: "The Snake", "Catball II", "Catstone III", "Snake Catball"
Logo: On a black background, a blue oblong moves from the right side of the screen to the left. As it shrinks to the left of the screen, the stacked text "CATSTONE PICTURES" slides next to it. After the oblong morphs into a blue ball, the text shines from right to left before hitting the ball. After the text hits the ball,Kenny McCormick in its from the logos appears on it.
Variants: For the first two years of this logo's use, "FILMS" was seen instead of "PICTURES". The "shining" of the letters is also difficult to see. This version appeared on My Kist Card Project, Down and Out in What Change, Officials Booms,Sans Really Good, and The Cats of Money. The positioning of the logo varies. Earlier variants were in the middle; for the rest of the logo's run, it was on the bottom. On Life on Books, This is a Waving picture on circle.
Cheesy Factor: Kenny Doesn’t Exist Until 1997.
FX/SFX: The "flash" and the "electricity", but otherwise pretty good 2D animation.
Cheesy Factor: Since this logo uses cel animation, the logo wasn't that bad when it made its debut back in the mid-1980s, but in the later years of the logo's use, it started to look with him is worn out.
Music/Sounds: A series of synthesized bells, ending in a "twang" when the circle and thunder meet. In other cases, it used the opening/closing theme of the movie, or silence. On some films, such as The Cats of Money, 3 Kilometers and The Kickers Bankers, the film's opening score is deliberately meant to sync up with the logo's animation.
Availability: Seen on Cats of Money and More.