Fiedler/Berlin Productions

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


Fiedler/Berlin Productions was a game show production company that was founded in 1982 by Rob(ert) Fiedler and Peter R. Berlin, who were formerly working on a syndicated talk show. Berlin was a writer and Fiedler was a field producer and director.

Logo (December 29, 1986?-November 18, 1994)

Visuals: On a black background, there is a giant solid gold Italicized "B" in 2D with a letter "F" inside the solid that appears to be a cut-out. Underneath the logo, the text says "Fiedler/Berlin" in a medium-sized font and the text "Productions, Inc." all in gold lettering.


  • On the game show Wordplay, the logo is smaller and underneath the logo there is a co-production logo for Rick Ambrose Television.
  • On the game show Treasure Mall, the text "IN ASSOCIATION WITH" is seen above the logo.
  • On the game show Trump Card, the Fiedler/Berlin text is on the side of the "B" logo. There is a logo above the Fiedler/Berlin logo for Createl Ltd. There is a line below that separates between the Createl and Fiedler/Berlin logos.

Technique: A shining wipe effect.

Audio: A choir sings with a light four note theme. On Wordplay, it's the end-title theme. On Trump Card, announcer Chuck Reilly announces "Trump Card is a production of Createl Ltd. and Fiedler/Berlin Productions, in association with Telepictures Productions and is distributed by Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution."

Availability: It was seen on the short-lived game shows Wordplay, Treasure Mall, and Trump Card. It may have been seen on the 80s game show Chance for Romance and Top to Bottom.

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