Boxing Cat Films

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


Boxing Cat Films is Tim Allen's production company that was formed as early as 1990, and became fully active in 2002, only to get shut down in 2006. It re-formed in 2009 after a short hiatus.

1st Logo (September 7, 1990-1991)

Visuals: On a gray box against a black background, there is a cat in a boxing pose (encased in a yellow circle). The cat rapidly throws some air punches before freezing. The words


are beneath the logo in a Times New Roman font.

Technique: Computer animation.

Audio: Punching noises, followed by the sound of a bell.

Availability: Appeared on Tim Allen: Men Are Pigs, which is available on Hulu and Tim Allen Rewires America, which can be found on Vudu.

2nd Logo (November 1, 2002-)

Visuals: On a white background, there is a close-up of some arms with boxing gloves, punching a punching bag several times for a few seconds. Then it punches the screen causing us to zoom out to reveal a cat in a boxing pose wearing red shorts with a belt saying "BC" on it as its head turns down to reveal that it's standing on a white rectangular box. The words "BOXING CAT", in a black rectangular shape, and "F I L M S", both in a Copperplate font, zoom out.


  • There is a still variant of the logo that is in a white box on a black background.
  • On Crazy on the Outside, the background turns into an aging piece of paper, and the camera moves to the left as we transition into the movie.

Technique: Computer animation.

Audio: A couple of punching sounds, followed by a loud orchestral hit. None for the still variant.

Audio Variant: There is a variant that uses very fast punching sounds, followed by a bell ring.

Availability: Can be seen on films from the company, such as The Santa Clause 2, The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause, and Crazy on the Outside.
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