Columbia TriStar Central Productions (UK)

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Logo descriptions and captures by Logophile

Background: Columbia TriStar Central Productions was a joint-venture between Columbia TriStar International Television and Central Independent Television. Carlton Television would take the place for Central a little later.

1st Logo (1995)

Columbia TriStar Central Productions (1995)

Nicknames: "CTCP", "The CTCP Ellipse"

Logo: On a gray background is a black ellipse with "cTCp" inside. The "c" is orange, overlapping the tall purple "T". Next to it is a green "C" with a blue "p" in the opening of the "C". Below is the text:

Columbia TriStar Central Productions

in a black Arial font. Below the ellipse is a black and blue gradient shadow.

FX/SFX: None.

Music/Sounds: Just the closing theme of the show.

Availability: Seen on series 6 of The Upper Hand.

Editor's Note: None.

2nd Logo (1996)

Columbia TriStar Central Productions (1996)

Nicknames: "CTCP II", "The CTCP Ellipse II"

Logo: On a gray marble background (as seen on one of the versions of the 1988 Central Independent Television logo) is the "cTCp" ellipse from before with a transparent shadow below that. Under the logo is copyright stamp.

FX/SFX: Same as above.

Music/Sounds: Same as above.

Availability: Appears on the seventh and final series of The Upper Hand.

Editor's Note: Same as above.