Baby Rabbit Productions, Inc. (UK)

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Background: Baby Rabbit Productions, Inc. was founded in 2008 by Elle Valenti to create the direct-to-video live-action Baby Rabbit series using puppet teddies (Elle's hands are visible!) and a narration. Abby Valenti's Baby Bear and Elephant and Piggy projects using a similar style were produced in 2009. Near the end of the year for the second season of the live-action series, an animated series was produced by Michael Valenti, and the episodes are rip-offs of the Rugrats episodes. A customized MTV logo popped up as well, and the animated series was made by Flipnote Studio. There are no live-action episodes in 2010, but in 2011, the series continued with Baby Rabbit Goes to the Seaside (spelt incorrectly as Baby Rabbit Goes to the Seasid).



1st Logo (Live-Action)
(November 28, 2008-2009, 2011-)

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Logo: On a pattern-like background (2008: Wood, 2009, 2011-: Carpet), we see the title card of the Baby Rabbit episode.

Variants:
  • On some episodes, a character would pop up and say a catchphrase, mostly Baby Rabbit. Elle Valenti sometimes says something after she says the title. The variants are all mentioned below.
  • On episodes released on a DVD release of a movie, a "The End" title pops up afterwards. This is only known to exist on Baby Rabbit Goes Shopping (a.k.a. Baby Rabbit Gos Shoping) and Baby Rabbit Goes to Dancing Class. On the latter, the narrator is not heard and the object from the beginning title card does not appear.
  • On episodes with bad spelling in the title card, it cuts to black at the end (2009: A black screen, 2011: A hand covering the screen up). The only episode where this does not happen is Baby Rabbit Goes to the Seaside (a.k.a. Baby Rabbit Goes to the Seasid), while this unusually happens in Baby Rabbit Goes to the Toy Shop, Baby Rabbit and the Tooth Fairy, and Baby Rabbit Goes to the Library.
  • On Baby Rabbit Goes to the Toy Shop, the title card isn't there, but after "The End of" is heard, the title card appears.
Character Pop-Up Variants:
  • Baby Rabbit Makes a Wish: Baby Rabbit yelling "IT'S NOT!"
  • Baby Rabbit Goes Shopping (a.k.a. Baby Rabbit Gos Shoping): Baby Rabbit says "Remember, whenever you go shopping, buy a music box."
  • Baby Rabbit Goes to Dancing Class: Baby Rabbit dances around, singing "Don't forget to sing this so-o-ong!", then yells "Don't forget to sing this song, will ya? Gr-r-r-r-r-r-r-r-r-eat!". In the background, "Mistletoe and Wine" plays.
  • Baby Rabbit Goes to the Swimming Pool: Baby Rabbit says "Swimming pooooool!"
  • Baby Rabbit's Friend: The robot saying "Hello!" and playing "That's Not My Name". Baby Rabbit takes him saying "Come on! Turn it off!" and the song stops.
  • Baby Rabbit Goes to the Movies (a.k.a. Baby Rabbit Goes to the Moveis): Baby Rabbit yelling "Whoopee!"
  • Baby Rabbit and the Tooth Fairy: One of the tooth fairies says "So remember, keep them teeth clean...", another continuing it with "Floss 'em every night..." and one more ending it with "And don't believe to believe in tooth fairies!"
Narrator Variants:
  • Baby Rabbit's Birthday: "Happy Birthday to Yo-o-o-o-u-u-u-u!"
  • Baby Rabbit Goes to the Library: "Remember, if you ever go to a library, do not tip books everywhere!"
FX/SFX: The camera moving around.

Music/Sounds: The narrator of the Baby Rabbit Show (Elle Valenti) says "The end of (episode's title)". On Baby Rabbit Goes to the Zoo and Baby Rabbit's Friend, she lacks out "The end of", and on Baby Rabbit Meets the Princess this variant has "The end" after the episode's title. On the "The End" variant, "(Episode's title) which is now... the end". But on Baby Rabbit and the Land of Teddies, "The end of...." is heard before this logo appears. Then she says "Baby Rabbit... and the... Baby Rabbit and the Land of Teddies!".

Availability: Seen on the live-action Baby Rabbit series. Can be possibly shown when the series makes its way to BBC1.

Scare Factor: None.

2nd Logo (Animated)
(December 27, 2009-)

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Baby Rabbit Productions, Inc. (2011, Season 7)


Logo: On a black background, we see "A BABY RABBIT PRODUCTION" in a sloppy font. At the end, "(Distributed by) BABY RABBIT PICTURES" is seen.

Variants:

  • The end of all Baby Rabbit episodes have a customized variant.
  • There are customized opening variants for the two Baby Rabbit specials, "Baby Rabbit's Hanukkah" and "Baby Rabbit's Mothers Day". On the Hanukkah special, the words on the opening variant are blue with a white shadow as opposed to solid white. That continues into the title card, which is blue on the black background. Blubbering sounds are heard in place of the regular sounds. This may be an homage to Flipnote Monsters, which starts in a similar fashion. On the Mothers Day special, the words on the opening variant are in space with unusual objects flying around. That continues into the title card, which is white on the space background. Strange humming sounds are heard in place of the regular sounds.
  • Another variant is on some Season 7 episodes. The text is in lowercase, and the words are on a black-blue gradient. This looks very different, so could this be inspired by the 2nd Clearvue warning screen?
FX/SFX: None for the opening variant, depends on the closing variant.

Music/Sounds: Just the creator and voices of the animated Baby Rabbit series (Michael Valenti) singing what you see the words on-screen, which is sung in a different way depending on the episode.

Availability: Seen on all the animated Baby Rabbit series and possibly, it's TinyTown Kids Grown Up! and Tiny Green Bear's Pre-School Daze spin-offs.

Scare Factor: Low to medium.

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