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Background

Miller-Boyett-Warren Productions was formed in 1969 as Miller-Milkis Productions. In 1978, the company was renamed Miller-Milkis-Boyett Productions. In 1985, the company changed its name to Miller-Boyett Productions. In 1997, the company changed to Miller-Boyett-Warren Productions.


Miller-Milkis Productions


(1969-1981)

Nickname: "MM"

Logo: Just an in-credit logo with a criss-crossed bar with the letters "MM" and next to it is the text


MILLER-MILKIS


PRODUCTIONS, INC.

Variants:

•On Weekend Nun, and the early Happy Days pilot called The Happy Days, it read:

A PARAMOUNT PRODUCTION

IN ASSOCIATION WITH

MILLER-MILKIS PRODUCTIONS, INC.

•On season 1 of Happy Days, and early S1 episodes of Petrocelli, it read: A PARAMOUNT TELEVISION

PRODUCTION

IN ASSOCIATION WITH

MILLER-MILKIS

PRODUCTIONS, INC. •On the pilot episode of Petrocelli, the symbol does not appear at all.

• On season 2 of Happy Days and S1 episodes of Petrocelli, it read: Miller-Boyett Productions - CLG Wiki


IN ASSOCIATION WITH

MILLER-MILKIS

PRODUCTIONS, INC. • On season 3 of Happy Days and Season 2 of Petrocelli, the text read:

MILLER-MILKIS PRODUCTIONS IN ASSOCIATION WITH

• Starting in the 1976 mid-season, this was added under "MILLER-MILKIS PRODUCTIONS, INC." on Season 1 of Laverne and Shirley:

AND


HENDERSON PRODUCTION COMPANY, INC.



• On the opening credits of some shows, this in-credit disclaimer appears:

A

THOMAS L. MILLER

EDWARD K. MILKIS

PRODUCTION

FX/SFX: None, just an in-credit logo.

Music/Sounds: The end theme of the show.

Availability: Saved on Happy Days, Laverne & Shirley, and Mork & Mindy. The first two are on The Hub, now Discovery Family, but all three are on Me-TV. It also appeared on Weekend Nun a 1972 TV movie.

Scare Factor: None.



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Miller-Milkis-Boyett Productions

(1978-1984)


Miller-Boyett Productions - CLG WikiMiller-Milkis-Boyett (1981)Miller-Milkis-Boyett (1982)

Nickname: "MMB"

Logo: On a blue background, we see a still picture with a criss-crossed bar with "MM" and a "B" added next to the "MM" with a B-shaped box, and under that is A miller/milkis/boyett


PRODUCTION

written in yellow. On other shows such as Happy Days and Laverne & Shirley, it was used as an in-credit notice, similar to the Miller-Milkis one.

Variants: • Starting with the 1979 mid-season of Angie, it read: MILLER-MILKIS-BOYETT

PRODUCTIONS


AND

HENDERSON

PRODUCTION COMPANY, INC.


• From the 1981-82 season onward, it read on other Garry Marshall shows:


A

MILLER-MILKIS-BOYETT

PRODUCTION


AND

HENDERSON

PRODUCTION COMPANY, INC.

• On Season 2 episodes of Bosom Buddies, there is an "In Association With" notice below.

•On Goodtime Girls, the logo is superimposed with the IAW byline in the same font as the company name below.

FX/SFX: None; it's a still logo.

Music/Sounds: The end theme of the show.

Availability: Bosom Buddies was the only show to have this (except for the pilot episode, which had an in-credit notice). The in-credit notice were on the other shows. Both versions remain intact. The in-credit notice still survives on later seasons of Happy Days.


Scare Factor: None. ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Miller-Boyett Productions

1st Logo (1986-1996)


M-B: Valerie (March 1986)Miller-Boyett-Valerie: 1986-bMiller-Boyett-Perfect Strangers: 1986Miller-Boyett-The Hogans: 1987Miller-Boyett-The Hogans: 1988Miller-Boyett Productions - CLG WikiMiller-Boyett-The Hogan Family: 1991Miller-Boyett-Perfect Strangers: 1991M-B: Step by Step (1991)M-B: Step by Step (1992)M-B: Getting By (late 1993)MB-Full House: 1994M-B: On Our Own (1994)MB-Family Matters: 1996

Nickname: "Miller-Boyett"

Logo: Just an in-credit logo near the center (or bottom) of the screen with the text:


MILLER BOYETT PRODUCTIONS


with or without a middle dot in between the last names. Would appear italicized on early season one episodes on Valerie. In 1987, the text was later changed to an italicized: Miller •Boyett P R O D U C T I O N S

written in either gold, orange, yellow, or yellow-orange color with a drop shadow effect.

Variant: On episode 53 of The Hogan Family titled "Close Encounters", the logo was in white while the credits were on a nighttime sky background.

FX/SFX: None. However on the 6th season episode of The Hogan Family titled "The Best of Friends, Worst of Times", the credits scroll.

Music/Sounds: The end-title theme, simple music, or lines from any show.

Availability: Seen on Full House, Family Matters, The Hogan Family, Perfect Strangers, Getting By, and Step By Step, among other M-B shows.

Scare Factor: None.


2nd Logo (1986, 1996-1998)

M/B: Valerie (1987)Miller-Boyett Productions - CLG Wiki

Nickname: "M/B"

Logo: On a black background, we see an "M" merging from the top and a "B" merging from the right, with a slash mark drawing between the "M" and "B" (a la the Barbour/Langley Productions logo), making that "M/B", and then "Miller-Boyett P R O D U C T I O N S" in the similar appearance as before, appears below it.

Trivia: Originally, this logo came out in 1986 as an in-credit logo on Valerie.

FX/SFX: The "M" flying down, the "B" flying in from the right, the slanted line drawing, the "Miller-Boyett Productions" text fading in. None for the still shot.

Music/Sounds: A 5-note piano tune. For the in-credit, it's the end-title theme.

Availability: The in-credit logo is seen on later season episodes of Valerie (a.k.a. The Hogan Family for the U.S. syndication title). The animated version is seen on the last 2 seasons of Family Matters and Step By Step. This logo debuted at the time the Bickley-Warren "Static" logo debuted.

Scare Factor: None. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Miller-Boyett-Warren Productions

(1997-1999)


Miller-Boyett-Warrem Productions (1998-1999)

Logo: Against a cloudy sky BG, the words "Miller", "Boyett", "Warren", and "productions", all transparent and in white (except for the first letters of the first three words, which are pinkish), come in from all sides of the screen. A brownish frame zooms out and surrounds them, along with the space being filled in with a brown marble texture. The words become less transparent, and are arranged kind of like this: Miller


Boyett


Warren


productions

FX/SFX: The words, background, and frame.

Music/Sounds: On Meego, the same piano tune from the previous logo plays, but on Two of a Kind, the end-title theme plays over the logo.

Availability: Near extinction. It appeared on Two of a Kind and Meego, which are hardly, if ever, re-aired.


Scare Factor: None.

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