Clubhouse Pictures

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum

Not to be confused with Bryan Unkeless' production company with the same name Clubhouse Pictures.


Clubhouse Pictures was a division of Atlantic Releasing Corporation that distributed family films.

Logo (March 1, 1985-November 7, 1987)

Visuals: On a black background, there is a green solid-colored tree with a rope ladder and a dog on the left, and a kid looking at the dog on the top of the ladder wiping downward (a la The Ladd Company logo) while on the bottom-right, the words "CLUBHOUSE PICTURES" (with both S's backwards) in a multicolored child-like font writes itself one-by-one. After formed, the byline "A SUBSIDIARY OF ATLANTIC ENTERTAINMENT GROUP" fades in below the name, in addition to a trademark symbol and a green line above the byline.

Variant: On the animated series Teen Wolf, the logo is still.

Technique: Rather simple animation.

Audio: Just the sounds of kids laughing, birds chirping, and a dog barking. Other times, it's silent. On the animated series Teen Wolf, it's the sound of the werewolf howling (done by Townsend Coleman as Scott Howard).

Audio Variant: On the 1986 theatrical reissue of Hey There, It's Yogi Bear, the logo starts off silent, with the film's opening music cue starting halfway through, continuing into the 1979 Hanna-Barbera swirling star logo (with "presents").

Availability: Seen on old video prints of Heathcliff: The Movie and The Adventures of Mark Twain. Current prints of the former have it removed, while the latter has been plastered with the MGM logo and/or Vision Films logos. It was also seen on the Teen Wolf animated series, and theatrical reissue prints of Hey There, It's Yogi Bear, including the 1986 Paramount VHS release. It also appeared on The Adventures of the American Rabbit, but was plastered with the first logo of its parent company on current prints, following the MGM logo.

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