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Background: Mimsie Entertainment (formerly "Group M Productions") was the television production/distribution company arm of the MTM Network after MTM bought Hexagon. In 2000, it was folded into Star World after Star World merged with MTM. Currently, UBCMultinational owns The Chuck Norris Martial Arts Machine and The World of Lisa Frank is currently owned by Trigon with DVD rights licensed to Kittensgate Home Entertainment. As for the rest of the series, they're currently owned by MTM Enterprises Corporation and distributed by MTM Television Distribution.


Nicknames: "CGI Mimsie", "CGI MTM Kitten"

Logo: On a black background, a CGI rendition of the kitten from the MTM Enterprises logo appears on the left side of the logo while the letters "MIM" zoom out from the right side followed by "SIE", both in bold gray lettering. We later see a shining wipe effect while the word "Entertainment" in non-bold Helvetica font fades in and zooms out. The byline "A Unit of MTM Enterprises" appears underneath "Entertainment".

Trivia: This logo co-existed with the 1995 logo of MTM Broadcast International.

Variant: A long version exists. The long version starts off with the same animation as MTM Broadcast International. Later, the kitten logo would later zoom off to the left while the rest of the animation takes place.

FX/SFX: The words appearing and zooming.

Cheesy Factor: It's a fast-paced logo.

Music/Sounds: A much shorter version theme of the MTM Broadcast International logo from 1995 that starts off with the last portion of the piano keys while the rest of the theme plays. Sometimes, it has a much longer version that was also shared with MTMBI.

Availability: Ultra rare. It appeared on Jenny Davis Living, The World of Lisa Frank, The Chuck Norris Martial Arts Machine, and David in the City, among others. It's retained on David in the City on Prevue2 due to the compressing credits. When TAU Factor was reran on Drama (now Dramatica) this logo was replaced by the 1998 Star World logo. Retained on TWoLF on VHS and DVD.

Scare Factor: Depending on the logo variant:

  • Minimal for the standard music.
  • Low to medium for the music variation.