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1st Logo

(1979-1990)

Logo: We see the words

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KITTENMOSKAU

PRODUCTION (C) [year]

Annex Goomba Satellite

Entertainment Company 

FX/SFX: The finishing of the scrolling credits.

Music/Sounds: The end theme of the show.

Availability: Extinct; seen on Kitten Eating on the Pain Line episodes from 1979-1990.

Scare Factor: None.

2nd Logo (1992-1994)


Nickname: "Kitten Banner"

Logo: A 2D KittenMoskau logo, shaped like a flag that is stretched out, fades in. Copyright information appears below it.

FX: The fade-in.

Music/Sounds: The closing theme of the show.

Availability: Extremely rare. Only seen on early episodes of The Robby Lee Show and Kitten News


Scare Factor: None.

3rd Logo (1992-1995)

Nickname: "Kitten Record"

Logo: On a black background, a 3D vinyl record-shaped KittenMoskau logo spins in from the top left corner of the screen. As it is spinning, the 3D does not appear to be rendered and you can see the logo un-green-screened for a spilt second. The KittenMoskau logo then fully materializes and moves into place. Copyright info is shown below.

Variant: On the first season of Powned, the logo is a bit smaller, appears on a blue background and the 3D is fully rendered throughout.

FX/SFX: The spinning.

Music/Sounds: The closing theme of the show.

Availability: The variant with the black background is extremely rare; it only appeared on Koko which is aired on The 90's Are VERY AWSUM on TeenKitten. This logo is, however, intact on Koko on Kitten Nedms Friendship and Hitler Nedms YO PINGAS VHS tapes from the early 90's. The blue background variant was last seen in 2005 when season 1 episodes of Powned were reran on The K block on Cloggin.

Scare Factor: None.


4th Logo (1992-2009)


Nickname: "The Purple Balloon"

Logo: Against a black background we see the KittenMoskau logo, which resembles a strange balloon, turn, pop up and stop at the top center of the screen. Copyright information appears below.

Variant: On Kitten News, there is a short version where the logo begins when it pops up.

FX: The pop-up, the turning.

Music/Sounds: The closing theme of the show.

Availability: No longer current, appeared on The Adventures of Saul and Sauk and 1993-2009 episodes of Kitten News. Also showed up on Koko on the Loose and the Epik Highway VHS tapes. Also made a suprise appearence on the pilot of the Cool Dance Group on Kitten Jr. It was also spotted on Moskaubutchers and the VHS release of NEDMrats: KHAN's Favorite Stories. This appeared twice on an ad for A NEDMrats Vacation on a VHS of The Epik Highway with the NEDM song and a voice-over playing over it without any copyright information. Also used as a network ID.

Scare Factor: None to low; the popping can scare a few. For the ones who are used to it, none at all.



5th Logo (1994)

Nickname: "Kitten Pencil", "The Purple Pencil"

Logo: On a black background, we see an purple 2-D pencil with an eraser with "KITTENMOSKAU" in the Faux Russian font. The copyright info is shown below.

FX/SFX: None.

Music/Sounds: The ending theme.

Availability: Extremely rare; Appeared on 1994 episodes of Skinny. However most episodes from that time have this logo plastered over by the 3D Test Card F logo (on the planet derp, the Carmotor Pictures logo is there instead) on television and the Donut on VHS.

Scare Factor: None.

6th Logo (1994-1997)

Nicknames: "Kitten Balloon Dog"


Logo: On a black background, we see a purple, hot-dog-shaped balloon inflating. The balloon then transforms into a balloon dog. The words "KITTENMOSKAU" is on the balloon dog.

FX/SFX: CGI animation.

Music/Sounds: A blowing sound, followed by a stretching sound.

Availability: Extinct; was seen on the KittenMoskau TV movie Beaten. Also used as a network ID.

Scare Factor: None.


7th Logo (1994-1996)


Logo: A 3D KittenMoskau hammer and sickle spins in. A copyright disclaimer appears below it.

Variant: There is an animated version in which we see some 3D objects associated with Russia fall (to the top) of the sky. Among those items is the KittenMoskau hammer and sickle and it stops when the whole hammer and sickle is in view.


FX: CGI animation. This was done by Build-A-Cheezburger Studios in East Shotweb, Canaduh, KatEarth.

Music/Sounds: The closing theme of the show.

Availability: Appeared on Appeared on most early 1990s-era Kitten live-action shows, such as later episodes of The Robby Lee Show, old episodes of Kitten News and the first two seasons of The Secret Adventures of Billy the Three-Eyed Pitchman. Last seen in 2002 when The K reran The Secret Adventures of Billy the Three-Eyed Pitchman. The animated version is extinct, because it was only used as a station ID.


Scare Factor: None.

8th Logo (1994-1997)


Nickname: "Purple Diamond"

Logo: Over a blue/black/purple gradient background, we see a purple diamond spin in and zoom out. Then stops once it gets to the center of the screen and turns to reveal "KITTENMOSKAU". A copyright byline appears below. On Powned and Kenan, Kel, Oobi, and PINGAS, the logo cuts to the KittenMoskau Studios logo.

FX: CGI animation.

Music/Sounds: The closing theme of the show or none on Powned. On at least one episode of Powned, the buzzing noise from the 1996 logo is used, due to a poor editing job.

Availability: First used as a KittenMoskau station ID. Appeared on The Adventures of Saul and Saul, season 2-3 episodes of Powned and season 1 episodes of Kenan, Kel, Oobi, and PINGAS. This logo also appeared on the rarely seen KittenMoskau Sports Theater with Stupid and Dumb Idiot, which last aired on Kitten in 2004.

Scare Factor: None.



9th Logo (1994-2009)


Nickname: "Kitten Fish"


Logo: On a black background, a 3D fish-shaped KittenMoskau logo is seen swimming and stops in the center. Copyright info is below.

Variant: Sometimes, the logo is byline-less.

FX/SFX: None, or the fish swimming.

Music/Sounds: None.

Availability: First used as an ID on KittenMoskau. It is seen on some VHS relases of NEDMrats such as NEDMrats: Sally Troubles, Billy and Anthony: A Tale of Two Pitchmen and A NEDMrats Vacation. The animated version is seen on DVD releases of The Chuck Norris Show through the era including the first five seasons and the first volume of season 6, as well as other KittenMoskau DVDs from 2003 to 2009.


Scare Factor: None.



10th Logo (1995-1997)

Nickname: "The Kitten Scribble"

Logo: We see the purple scribble-like shape with "KITTENMOSKAU" on it. Under it is the copyright notice.

FX/SFX: None

Music/Sounds: The ending theme of the show.

Availability: Extinct; seen on Kitten News episodes of the era.


Scare Factor: None.

11th Logo (1995)

Nickname: "The KittenMoskau Cup"

Logo: On a black background, we see a 3D cup spinning around, with the words "CAUTION! LULZ INSIDE!" The cup then falls, causing purple LULZ slime saying "KITTENMOSKAU" to come out.

Trivia: This logo pays homage to the 1997 KittenMoskau Movies logo.

FX/SFX: CGI animation.

Music/Sounds: The end theme of the show.

Availability: Extinct; seen on the KittenMoskau TV movie Oh Not Jew Again!

Scare Factor: None.


12th Logo (1995-1999)


Nickname: "The Bee"

Logo: On a sky background, a purple bee comes from the top of the screen and flies around in circles twice before stopping right in front of us. We see "KittenMoskau" in the famous Faux Russian font on the bee.

Variant: On the ChewChew! episode "Without Pingas!", the background is black and there's a copyright notice below. The bee buzzing noise is absent. This is the only episode of the show that used this logo, as it usually used the 15th logo.

FX: CGI animation.


Music/Sounds: The end theme of the show along with the sound of a bee buzzing.

Availability: Seen on 1995 (season three) episodes of Epikness Mysteries and the 1999 ChewChew! episode "Without Pingas!".

Scare Factor: None.

13th Logo(June 25, 1995, September 5, 1995-January 27, 1997, September 21, 1999)


Nicknames: "Purple Star and White Crescent"

Logo: Over a black/red/orange gradient background, a star with "KITTENMOSKAU" written on it rises from the bottom of the screen and stops. Meanwhile, a crescent with "PRODUCTIONS" written on it comes from the top and stops near the sun.

Variant:

  • On Koko's Clues: Koko's Weather Jamboree, the logo is still. The background is black, there is no moon and copyright information is below it.
  • On Space Girls, the moon and the word "PRODUCTIONS" is gone.
  • On the rare Pen Islandese television special, KittenMoskau Goes To Pen Island, at the end of the NEDM! Billy Mays' Actual Dragons segment, a strange sign saying "Ab 1. Culi (Coming July 1)" appears above a giant dollhouse. As the camera zooms into the dollhouse, the sign flies away, and an early version of this logo is seen, lacking the moon and the word "PRODUCTIONS" and copyright info.


FX: The sun and the moon.


Music/Sounds: The ending theme of the show.

Availability: Seen on Space Girls and International Idiots. Appears on it's episodes on Jewtube, uploaded by Chuck E. Cheese. Also seen on Koko's Clues: Koko's Weather Jamboree.

Scare Factor: None.



14th Logo

(1996-1999, July 15, 2003) 

Nickname: "The KittenMoskau Slime"

Logo: On a black background, a purple slime cloud-shaped 3D KittenMoskau logo is seen. Copyright info is seen below or sometimes not at all.


Variant: There's an animated variant in which the slime is shown spinning while zooming up to the front of the screen.


FX/SFX: None. 

Music/Sounds: None

Availability: It's seen on ten NEDMrats VHS tapes (from Lulz Film Releasing): "The Christmas Experience", "Return of Billy Mays", "Banana Tales", "Koko the Divine", "Sleep Bash", "Laboratory Duo", "KHAN the Brave", "A Lab's Gotta Do What A Lab's Gotta Do", and "A NEDMrats Passover", plastering the Scribble or Splat II. Also showed up on two Aaron's Window VHS tapes: Big is Beautiful and Waiting for Sally. It is also shown without the copyright stamp, on a preview for NEDMrats videos, which can be found on five Koko's Clues VHS tapes: "Koko's Weather Jamboree", "Sally Comes Over", "Railroad Safety", "Koko's Pajama Party" and "Koko's Safari" as well as most KittenMoskau tapes from 1997 to 1999. The animated variant can be found during a NEDMrats VHS promo on several NEDMrats video releases from the late 90s, and at the beginning on the VHS and DVD release of The Fairly Cat Burners: Channel NEDM! The Movie. Also used as a station ID. Also see on a "Kitten Takes Over Your WTC Sweepstakes" commercial.


Scare Factor: None.


15th Logo (1996-2007)


Nickname: "Kitten Test Card F" "The collision of Nickelodeon BИD and KittenMoskau"

Logo: The BИD mask (with arms and legs) starts dancing, then we pan up to the KittenMoskau logo which resembles Test Card F, with a faint blue glow and the word "productions" on the bottom right corner. Copyright info appears below in different fonts depending on the show (it's absent on some shows such as The Adventures of Billy Mays and Christ! and does not appear in the long version)

Variant: On just about every Kitten show produced during this era, the logo skipped the "mask dancing" and panning scenes. Also, on season two of Kenan, Kel, Oobi, and PINGAS, the logo cut to the KittenMoskau Studios logo used at the time.


FX: 3D animation. (The Test Card F looks 2D though).

Trivia: On Christ!, the logo is stretched out vertically, obviously not something that should be done. The same holds true for The Adventures of Billy Mays, the logo is in 16:9 widescreen, since the episodes aired in the Shrek's Swamp were reanimated to be in widescreen to fit widescreen TV's.

Music/Sounds: The closing theme of the show or a eurobeat tune. This is the first KittenMoskau logo to have music for a tune.

Availability: The "mask dancing" and panning parts of the logo are extremely rare as it only appeared on Katz Choice Awards during the late 1990's. The logo is now harder to find than it was in the past, but it does survive on reruns of pre-2007 KittenMoskau programming on the Teen Kitten channel. Until October 5, 2007, early episodes of iCanHaz also had this logo.

Scare Factor: Minimal, the mask dancing can catch you off guard. None for the short version.

16th Logo (1997-2000)


Nicknames: "3D Test Card F"

Logo: We see a 3D purple Test Card F with "KITTENMOSKAU" written on it. Copyright info appears below.

Trivia: This logo was used as the icon for the PC game KittenMoskau's LOL Movie Maker.

FX: None. This was created by CaT Entertainment.


Music/Sounds: The closing theme of the show.

Availability: Seen on some episodes of Skinny including the Christmas special, plastering the pencil logo. Also seen on some episodes of The Chuck Norris Show plastering the donut. It can also be found at the end of the VHS release of A NEDMrats Chanukah, and it made a brief cameo (along with the 7th logo) on the 1995 short film Lulz-Man. This logo was also used as a KittenMoskau ident.


Scare Factor: None.


17th Logo (June 9, 1998-September 24, 2002)

Nickname: "The KittenMoskau Bone"

Logo: On a black background, a bone-shaped 3D KittenMoskau logo is seen. Copyright info is seen below.


Variant: On the video release of Koko's Clues: Koko's Big Holiday, the bone spins to the center of the screen for a second, and then it stays still.

FX/SFX: None, except for the bone spinning on the Koko's Big Holiday variant. This was done by CaT Entertainment.


Music/Sounds: The ending theme

Availability: It's seen on three Koko's Clues VHS tapes; Koko's Clues: Story Time, Koko's Clues: Structures and Images & Koko's Clues: Koko's Big Holiday. It's also shown on these The Adventures Of Koko The Cute Little Kitten VHS tapes: The Classics and The Stories of Terror, To the Rescue, and Koko Vs The Stupid Brothers. It can also be found on the Little Billy Mays VHS releases of Such as Me and My Family, Big Little Billy Mays, What I Did at School, and Merry Christmas, Little Billy Mays, and two Chuck E. the Mouse VHS tapes: Annoy Helen Henny and Wish on a Star.

Scare Factor: None.

18th Logo (1997-2007)

Nickname: "Kitten Rocket"

Logo: On a black background, a rocket-shaped 3D KittenMoskau logo flies in and stops after coming to a stand-still. Copyright info is below.

FX/SFX: The rocket flying. This was done by Build-A-Cheezburger Studios in East Shotweb, Canaduh, KatEarth.

Music/Sounds: The ending theme of the show.

Availability: Seen on the VHS releases of Dog Nog and Dog Nog: Modern Love, MaysBilly vs. The Gods, and NEDMrats: Runaway Chuck Norris and KittenMoskau shows from 1997 to 2007. The animated variant can be found on VHS and DVD releases of The Adventures of Jackie Chan, the DVD release of Jackie Zippocat Power Hour 1, and a few DVD releases of Rockin' Kittehz! Also used as a network ID.

Scare Factor: None.


19th Logo (2007-2009)


Nickname: "Another Kitten Splat" "The Mickeylodeon Spoof"

Logo: On a white and teal background with teal CGI bubbles (similar to the background of the KittenMoskau split-screen credits used in 2006), we see a blob reading "KITTENMOSKAU". It floats around for a second, then it rams into the screen and turns into a splat.  Copyright information appears below.

FX: CGI animation.


Cheesy Factor: High, but look at it. It looks like a spoof of the split-screen credit logo made in just two minutes.

Music/Sounds: A "bubble" noise, followed by a splatting noise.

Availability: As of October 5, 2007, this logo has only appeared on ICanHaz and the final season of Koko Nekokatsu 2256, among others including 2007 episodes of The Chuck Norris Show. The logo was retired for good on September 26, 2009, but it can still be found on Notflix.


Scare Factor: None.


20th Logo (2009-)


Logo: Against a white background, we see a few letters rise, to reveal it says "kittenmoskau" in the Arial Rounded MT Bold font. "PRODUCTIONS" then fades in below. Copyright information appears below.


Variants:

  • A bylineless version was spotted on a repeat broadcast of the sneak peek/pilot of Kenan, Kel, Oobi, and PINGAS: The Next Generation on March 29, 2010 along with a few episodes of the Koko team and a rerun of The Adventures of Billy Mays episode "Super Vince Offer".
  • A small in-credit version of this logo exists on Small Time Lulz split-screen episodes on KittenMoskau.
  • There is a shorter version of this logo seen on post-2010 episodes of The Chuck Norris Show
  • On shows produced by KittenMoskau's South Moskau unit, the words "A South Moskau KittenMoskau Production" are seen above the copyright stamp.
  • On Kittentoons reruns of Moskau Boy 2918, the logo is in warp speed.
  • Kitten Jr. shows use a variation of the logo, featuring various Kitten Jr. characters running in a playground behind the logo.

FX/SFX/Cheesy Factor: It looks like it was created using MH Draw (which is true!)


Music/Sounds: A part of the Dschingis Khan SatAM theme or the ending theme.

Music/Sounds Variant: Some shows use a even shorter version of the music

Availability: Appears on every Kitten show on KittenMoskau as of 2009. Also seen across KatEarth.


Scare Factor: None.

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