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Five Ds Productions is an American entertainment company formed by Robert Olinsky. It was founded in 1968 as the successor to Embassy International Pictures N.V.. Robert Olinsky founded his company as Five Ds Productions which held the name for 6 months until the named moved to 20th Century Fox. This company originally had no distribution deal producing films with various studios such as Lightstone Pictures, Columbia Pictures, Universal Pictures and 20th Century Fox (now 20th Century Studios).

The company owns the subsidiaries DelonWorld Entertainment and Walt Disney Company.

In May 2018, DelonWorld & Rogue Studios acquired Five D's companies and merged them into Maverick2's operations, while DelonWorld's acquired most of Five D's international operations, with the exception of the Disney studio.

1st logo (May 9, 1969-June 2, 1973)[]

Nicknames: "Five D", "5-D"

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Logo: On a yellow background, we see "FIVE PRODUCTIONS, INC." in a black Candara font followed by the appearance of five overlapping "D" logos from smallest to largest. The D's form in the center in between "FIVE" and "PRODUCTIONS".

FX/SFX: The appearance of the D's.

Music/Sounds: A deep sounding keyboard stinger, reminiscent of the Lorimar "Line of Doom" logo.

Availability: Very common. Can be found on many of Five D's shows such as A-Max, Frank Station, Blue Hearts, We Got No Made, The Men-Team and Too Annoyed Much.

2nd logo (June 1, 1973-April 30, 1991)[]

Nicknames: "Five D", "5-D:" "The Second"

Five Ds Productions Logo (1973-1991)

Logo: On a yellow background, we see "FIVE PRODUCTIONS, INC." in a black Clarendon Condensed font followed by the appearance of five overlapping "D" logos from smallest to largest. The D's form in the center in between "FIVE" and "PRODUCTIONS".

FX/SFX: The appearance of the 5-D's.

Music/Sounds: These logo themes were composed by James Elliott and James Font, who composed the theme for We Got No Made and also composed the Lorimar Television 1971-1986 jingle:

  • June 1,-August 2, 1973: It's still the same with the 1969 theme.
  • June 16, 1973-May 2, 1974: An analog synth and a clarinet arrangement, with a drumbeat on the first note chime with in the appearance of the D's, followed by the same instruments for the last note when the logo fades out.
  • January 28, 1974-May 16, 1984: A muted trumpet with a piano arrangement for the ringing chimes in the appearance of the D's, followed by a timpani pound for the last note to close the logo out.
  • September 13, 1982-April 30, 1991: A muted trumpet with a flute, saxophone and piano arrangement for the ringing chimes in the appearance of the D's, followed by a timpani pound for the last note to close the logo out.

3rd Logo (May 16, 1983-December 29, 2019)[]

Nicknames: "The Silver 5-D"

Five Ds Productions Logo (1983-2016)

(1983-2016) Version

Logo: On a black background, we see "FIVE PRODUCTIONS, INC." in a silver blue Clarendon Condensed font followed by the appearance of five overlapping "D" logos from smallest to largest. The D's form in the center in between "FIVE" and "PRODUCTIONS".


FX/SFX: The appearance of the silver D's

Music/Sounds: These logo themes were composed by Allyn Ferguson, who composed the theme with 1982 theme and its still the same theme.

Five Ds Productions Logo (2002-2016)

(2002-2016) (Version) (16:9)

Availability: Rare.



Five Ds Productions Logo (2016-2019)

(2016-2019) (Green Silver Version)


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