Background: Funny Productions was an animation company founded in 1986. In 2017, Red Bird Group owns the company.
1st Logo (1989-1996)
Nicknames: "Doraemon", "Banana Peel", "Doraemon Slipping a Banana Peel", "A Funny Production!", "A Funny Logo"
Logo: On a red background, we see "A FUNNY PRODUCTION" written as black marker-drawn text on a paper stuck with tape on the corners. We also see Doraemon walking and a banana peel on the floor, he stepped on the banana peel, suddenly slipped and fall to the ground with stars on his bottom. He says "A Funny Production!" and laughs.
- On My Mutant Pets, a copyright stamp fades in underneath.
- The Talking Ink has two variants: Series 1 has a sky-blue BG and Series 2 has George the Ukulele replacing Doraemon.
- On the PuppyLand special episode "Grampy's 100th Birthday", the background is superimposed on the credits. However, in the credits there is a stage where it features a red curtain on a wooden floor surrounded with lights.
FX/SFX: Doraemon walking, calusing an old "banana peel" gag, his dialogue and laughter.
Music/Sounds: A cheery cartoon music with cartoon SFX Hanna-Barbera used (slip, bounce, hit) and his dialogue (Mona Marshall).
- On My Mutant Pets, series 3-5 of PuppyLand and Chase's Wars, the closing theme is the music.
- On Get Shreked, Tough Times and The Hank Show episode "Supervision", there is no music. Just a silent variant indeed.
Availability: Uncommon. Depending on which used:
- Standard Version: First seen on series 1-2 of PuppyLand (which follows the Argosy Media logo in IAW), Ruper the Grouper, Door Slammers, English dubs of Go! Go! Magic Star! (following by the Toei Animation and Funimation logos) and The Hank Show.
- Copyrighted Variant: Seen on My Mutant Pets.
- The Talking Ink Variants: The blue BG variant appears from Series 1 and the George the Ukulele variant from Series 2.
- With the closing theme: Seen on My Mutant Pets, series 3-5 of PuppyLand and Chase's Wars.
- Silent: Seen on Get Shreked, Tough Times and The Hank Show episode "Supervision".
Editor's Note: Doraemon is featured in this logo and finishing up with a hilarious twist, which should be a favourite to many (even fans who liked Doraemon) and is a funny logo.
2nd Logo (1996-2003)
Nicknames: "The Mixels", "Flain and Booger"
Logo: We see two Mixels named Flain and Booger, holding a circle with "FP". The company name is in white and is underneath. Set on a blue BG.
Music/Sounds: TBA. Sometimes (e.g. season 6-8 of PuppyLand), it's the closing theme of the TV show.
Availability: Extinct. Depending on which used:
- Standard Version: TBA
- With the closing theme: Seen on series 6-8 of PuppyLand. More to come.
Editor's Note: None.