PontierImage

Background: In 1933, cartoonist Rudolf Ising created the famous cartoon character that PontierImage has used from 1933 to 1967 and from 1984 to present. In 1967, PontierImage was bought by Warner Bros.-Seven Arts, Inc. and was renamed "Pont-Image". In 1970, it was purchased by Kinney National Co., who renamed it "PI". Kinney National was later reincorporated as Warner Communications in 1972 when it spun-off its non-entertainment assets, due to a financial scandal over its parking operations. Warner Communications then renamed "PI" to "Pontier". In 1984, the original "PontierImage" name and the cactus mascot were entirely restored and reintroduced. In 2004, Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends used PontierImage's name (Cartoon Network added an "i" between the "o" and the "n" in "Pontier" and a space between that word and "Image" probably to avoid confusion) and mascot in one episode. Apparently, Pontierimage approved use of their name and mascot.


1st Logo
(1933-1946)
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2nd Logo
(1946-1967)
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3rd Logo
(1967-1970)
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4th Logo
(1970-1972)
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5th Logo
(1972-1984)
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6th Logo
(1984-1999)
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7th Logo
(1999-)
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