Peter Engel Productions

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum

Background

This was the production company of Peter Engel.

1st Logo (July 11, 1987-November 30, 1988)

Visuals: Over a blue-black gradient background, there is a white TV set with rainbow-colored set of buildings in it. "PETER ENGEL PRODUCTIONS" is next to it in a stencil-like font with "PRODUCTIONS" in much smaller letters, all under a line connected to the bottom left of the TV. "IN ASSOCIATION WITH" is on the bottom of the screen.

Technique: A still, computerized graphic.

Audio: The closing theme of the show.

Availability: It only appeared on Good Morning, Miss Bliss, which has been made part of the syndicated prints of Saved by the Bell, but it contains the next logo below.

2nd Logo (December 7, 1988-March 25, 2013)


Visuals: There is a small, crudely drawn heart on a white background. Below the heart are the words "PETER ENGEL PRODUCTIONS" in a blue Times New Roman font. Both the heart outline and company name are in blue. The heart is colored red, but in a really sloppy way (as if it was done by a little kid). The words "in association with" appear under the logo in a smaller font.

Variants:

  • A variation without "in association with" has been seen.
  • Another variant exists on several early Saved by the Bell episodes, where the IAW font differs, the heart is bigger and is on a grainy gradient background. The text is purple and the text "In Association With" fades-in and is more spaced out from the Peter Engel Productions line.
  • On Chasing the Saturdays, the logo is remade in HD, this time without the IAW text and the blue becoming black.

Technique: A still graphic. The early variant uses a fading effect.

Audio: The closing theme of the show.

Availability: Appears on Saved by the Bell (including Good Morning, Miss Bliss on syndicated prints as Saved By the Bell), Last Comic Standing, California Dreams, and City Guys, among other shows. First seen on the Good Morning, Miss Bliss episode "Love Letters".