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When Ragdoll Productions was originally founded in 1984, their original logo (consisting of a Ragdoll holding a candle with a sun behind her) did not contain any wordmark (as seen on print material, like books and VHS tapes). It somewhat resembles the 1981-1993 Columbia Pictures print variant logo.
Starting in 1993, the company began using this banner variant of its logo on print material. It was never used on-screen.
With the second series of Brum in 1994, Ragdoll introduced a brand new logo, gaining a wordmark for the first time in the company's history. This logo however, was very short lived, and didn't last long.
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A simplified print logo (with the same wordmark) was used for a short time on some early-mid 1995 VHS releases of Ragdoll material.
By late-1995, the company debuted an updated, colourised refresh of their original logo.