Bungalow 78 Productions

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


Bungalow 78 Productions was founded in 1987 by Newhart producer Barry Kemp.

1st Logo (March 15, 1988-May 14, 1997)

Visuals: There is two small, lit up white houses on a suburban street at night. "a Bungalow 78 production" is at the bottom in a white script font. The lights are turned off in the houses and the street becomes dark.

Variant: On the season 4 gag reels of Coach, it is raining outside.

Technique: Live-action.

Audio: The end-title theme from any show. On the season 4 gag reels of Coach, some rain and lightning sounds are heard, as well as a click sound.

Availability: Seen on Coach on Reelz Channel and local syndication.

  • Also seen on the series, Princesses, Coming of Age and Delta, among others.
  • It was also seen on an August 25, 2011 airing of an unknown episode of Coach on affiliate WMYT, which is then followed by both the videotaped version of the 1991 Universal Television and the 1993 variant of the 1987 The Program Exchange logos.

2nd Logo (February 20, 1999-May 30, 2005)

Visuals: On a black background, a flashing spark flies to the right, forming "Bungalow 78 productions" in the same font as before. The spark disappears when the logo is fully formed, which then shines while "78" emits a big orange light, resembling a sunburst.

Technique: 2D computer effects.

Audio: None, the end-title from any show/movie or the generic network theme.


  • Seen possibly on A Minute with Stan Hooper.
  • Also seen on the made-for-TV movie Romy & Michele: In the Beginning, the 1999 unsold pilot of Love, American Style and the failed pilot of Bobby Cannon.
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