Breil Television/Entertainment

Breil Television
1st Logo


Logo:We see an outlined box with the symbol (which is a globe,but early symbol used from 1954-1999) and the words "BREIL TELEVISION" on the top-left of the screen.

  • "presents" may appear on the start of made-for-TV movies during 1959-1968.
  • Sometimes "PRODUCED BY" appears on top of "BREIL TELEVISION" and "©(year,varies 1957-1979)" appears at the bottom of the logo.
  • There is a colored version starting in 1974.
  • The words "BREIL TELEVISION" are in 1970's 3D style in 1977-78.

Music:The end of the show's theme


Scare Factor:None.

2nd Logo
1979-1988 (1980)
Logo: On a black background we see the word "BREIL" warped up. Then it zooms out and unwarps to its usual form. After that, the words "TELEVISION" zoom out below.

FX: Cool Scanimation Effects.

Music: A remix of the 1975 Universal TV theme.

Availability: Extinct, Seen on shows of the period.

Scare Factor: Low.

3rd Logo

Logo: On an orange background, we see a red "B" zooming in to the top. After that, the word "BREIL" in CGI zooms out below and rotates to face us. Then, the word "TELEVISION" flys in below the word "BREIL".

FX: CGI Animation.

Music: A remix of the 1987 Paramount Television theme.

Availability: See logo 2.

Scare Factor: None.

4th Logo

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Logo: A blue/white small star appears from the center of the screen,and turns to a large star,quickly. The words,"BREIL" and "TELEVISION" zoom in at the center.Streaks come out from the left & right sides of the logo.

Variants: There is also a version of the logo with no streaks and there is a B&W one,only for classic shows reaired in B&W on the Breil Channel. An version which is B&W also,with no streaks is spotted. Also,there is a version with a red "SINCE 1957" tagline/byline too.

FX: The fading,the zooming,the streaks.

Cheesy Factor: None.

Music: A remix of the 1991-1997 Universal Television theme.

:Again,see logo 2.

Scare Factor: None.

5th Logo

Logo: On a blue/light blue gradient background, we see the words "BREIL" and "TELEVISION" zooming out to the center. Sometimes the new
globe symbol forms at the top of the words from 1999-2001.

FX:Only the zooming.

Music: A remix of the 1992 20th Television theme.

Availability: Seen on shows of the time.

Scare Factor: None.

6th Logo

Nickname: "The Shiny Blue B"

Logo: On a light blue background, a blue "B" zooms in. It shines and then the word "Breil" (in a crayon-like font) zooms in. "TELEVISION" zooms out. Everything shines.

Variant: On "Jake's Adventures", the background is light green.

FX: The B zooming. BREIL and PRODUCTIONS coming to the B.

Cheesy Factor: This logo looks bad,and even low-budget.

Music: A catchy remix of the 1976-1986 Viacom jingle.

Availability: Seen on "The Syndication Source" when ran on TBS.

Scare Factor: Minimal

7th Logo

Breil Television (2004)

Nickname: "Sunshine B"

Logo: On a sunshine background, a yellow "B" rises up. Rays come out. When the "B" rises up, "BREIL TELEVISION" fades in. Starting in 2009, a small star in CGI is seen orbiting the sun, the text looks even more modern and abstract,the byline "A DIVISION OF LINUX PRODUCTIONS/THE BREIL ENTERTAINMENT GROUP" shines in with the company names in their corporate font,and the B flys in instead of rising up.

Variants: On Breil Made-for-TV movies, there's a full version of the logo in which a sunset time-lapse clip plays in reverse. The sun rises. When the sun has fully rised, the logo plays. The footages were also used today beside the standard 2009- logo.

FX: The B rising.

Cheesy Factor: This CGI looks good.

Music: A synth followed by a remix of the 1994-2000 Nick Jr. theme. The Full Version has a 6-note brass theme and a redux of the 1987-2008 Vin-Di-Bona theme before the music in this logo plays. Starting in 2009, we hear part of the ABC start here promo music, then a remix the 2008-present Vin Di Bona music.

Availability: Common. Appears on "The Sip Bat Show" on Discovery Kids, "Jake's Adventures" on Nickelodeon, "The Syndication Source" on TBS and Breil Made-for-TV movies.

Scare Factor: None.

8th Logo

Logo: A still print logo of last logo,in black against a white background.


Cheesy Factor:None.

Music: Silent or end of program's theme.

Availability:Only seen on shows introduced in 2006.

Scare Factor: None.

Breil Entertainment:

1st Logo
(January 1985-October 1985)

:"Breil Entertainment","The City"
Breil Ent.(April 1985)
Logo:On a blue BG, we see lines in different colors going to the top,then the camera rotates from the left to the right,and then moves until we see a closeup and zooms out to reveal:
,all in IBM logo-like letters. It then merges into a black "BREIL ENTERTAINMENT".

Variants:There is a short version where it cuts the merging part,and there is a even shorter version,it's the same 1st short version but the rotating
and move/zoom camera animation is cut out and it's like this:
On a blue BG, we see lines in different colors going to the top,then the camera rotates
and zooms out,revealing the text above(that rainbow,7-row text).

FX:The camera moving.

Cheesy Factor:It was early CGI for 1985

Variant:There is a short logo which cuts out the rotating and zoom-out part for some shows.

Music/Sounds:The end theme of the show.
Or a 10-note synth tune.

Availability:Extinct,has been on recent airings of some shows from Feb-Oct 1985 replace this with the logo below. And it was on the shows of the time. The merging variant is ultra-rare,and appeared
on some old show prints.

Scare Factor:None.

2nd Logo
(October 1985-)

1985- Breil Ent. Logo

Nicknames: "Orange Star", "Garfield and the Star"

Logo: On Garfield's Living Room, we see a star shooting towards Garfield. Garfield catches the star and paints it orange. Then, Garfield shoots the star to the night sky. The words "BREIL" and "ENTERTAINMENT" in green shoots towards the star. Everything shines as rays come out.


  • There is a still variation of the logo that was created especially for "Choco Lidges" in 1986-2003 and currently used on "Pink Duck" when aired on TNT in 2006.
  • On "The All New Adventures of Tom & Jerry"(2009-),the logo is recreated and it is instead of Garfield's living room,we see Tom & Jerry's living room. Tom & Jerry is in place of Garfield,and for each episode,either Tom or Jerry catches the star and paints it either gray (Tom) or brown (Jerry).

  • Originally it was cell-animated,in 2001 had became digitally animated.

  • Old shows starting in around 2009 had the byline "A LINUX PRODUCTIONS/THE BREIL ENTERTAINMENT GROUP COMPANY" in white.
FX: Garfield catching the star, painting the star orange, and shooting it to the night sky. "BREIL" and "ENTERTAINMENT" joining the star.

Cheesy Factor: Low,today the original it's old and may have a bit of scratches.

Music/Sounds: A starry tune combined with a 17-note guitar riff.

Availability: Common. Appears on "Vague Winds" on DiC Kids Network,"Pink Duck" on TNT and
"The All New Adventures of Tom & Jerry" on Breil Channel. The newest shows have the 3rd logo instead. The byline variant can be seen on old shows since introduction of this logo starting in 2009.

Scare Factor: Low to Minimum. Actually nice isn't it?

3rd Logo
(mid 2009-)

Nicknames: "The City Revised","Blocks","The City Returns"

Logo: On a black background, we pan around metallic looking 'blocks'. The blocks then is revealed into:



in Helvetica and looking metallic. The words shine. But then, the camera zooms out and rotates to the top of the blocks, and we see many white lines writing in a white and metallic BREIL ENTERTAINMENT. The rainbow text then merge themselves then disappear,"A DIVISION OF LINUX PRODUCTIONS/THE BREIL ENTERTAINMENT GROUP" appears and shines in below in a metillac white, as the logo shines.

Variant: There is a short version, in which the logo starts when the camera rotates to the top view.

FX/SFX:Too much to describe.

Cheesy Factor
: Absolutely none,it's all great (sometimes boring) CGI. More like a accurate recreation of the early 1985 logo.

Music: The CBS/Fox 1983/84 fanfare,reorchestrated,with various whooshing sounds for the lines moving around and forming. The short version starts at the second part of the theme. New Friends Tonight lacks the 'whoosing' sounds.

Availability: Can be seen on the newest shows by Breil Entertainment.

Scare Factor: Low, the whooshing might catch you off guard, but it's a awesome logo.