Closing Logo Group

Background: Flying Bark Productions was founded in 1962 in Israel by Yoram Gross as "Yoram Gross Films". In 1968, it moved to Australia, where it made Dot and the Kangaroo. The film was such a hit that eight more sequels followed. In 1998, it teamed up with EM.TV Television to distribute it's shows around the world. In 2007, when EM.TV Television closed down, the company was renamed Flying Bark Productions.

Yoram Gross Films[]


Logo: During the opening titles of the film, we see Yoram Gross' signature. The word "presents" is under it.

FX/SFX: None.

Music/Sounds: The opening theme of the movie.

Availability: Rare. Can be found on DVDs of Dot and the Kangaroo and it's sequels.

Scare Factor: None.

Yoram Gross/EM. TV[]

1st Logo (1998-2004)

Logo: On a sky background, we see Yoram Gross' signature from the 1st logo flying in the sky. Next to that, we see Blinky Bill holding a sack. Under this, we see the EM.TV Television logo.

Variant: On Bambaloo, a still version appears on a black background.

FX/SFX: The logo zooming into place.

Music/Sounds: The ending theme of the show.

Availability: Seen on Flipper and Lopaka, Old Tom, Fairy Tale Police Department, Bamabaloo, Seaside Hotel, and Deadly.

Scare Factor: None.

2nd Logo (2004-2007)

Logo: On a black background, we see two squares. One square has three dots (one is green, one is tan and one is white). The other has the EM.TV Television logo from the last logo. Under them, we see the words "Yoram Gross-EM.TV".

FX/SFX: None.

Music/Sounds: Same as the previous logo.

Availability: Rare. Can be seen on early episodes of Dive, Olly, Dive on PBS Kids Sprout.

Scare Factor: None.

Flying Bark Productions[]


Logo: TBA


Variant: The animated distribution variant appears before opening, while the production logo is still and shown in the closing credits.

Music/Sounds: The dog barking. For closing version, the end theme of the show.

Availability: Appears on foreign versions of Clang Invasion, Gasp!, and Staines Down Drains.

Scare Factor: None.