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  • Film Production Companies
    • 99 No's
        • Film production company, from the trailer for Dark Quiet Death: The Movie: "99 No's presents a Belladele production in association with Hot Claud Films" (Season 1 episode A Dark Quiet Death)
    • Amalgamated Film Studios
        • Also known as AFS. Viktor's ex-wife Elaine Christian's film studio.
    • Arriving Flight Productions
        • Studio logos that come up after Peter complains about not being able to tell when the studio logos end and the actual movie begins in Season 9 episode Friends of Peter G.
    • Ay Carumba Entertainment
        • Bart's production company for his Angry Dad web comic: "Bart-toon Presentations in association with Ay Carumba Entertainment" (Season 13 episode I am Furious Yellow)
    • Bart-toon Presentations
        • Bart's production company for his Angry Dad web comic: "Bart-toon Presentations in association with Ay Carumba Entertainment" (Season 13 episode I am Furious Yellow)
    • Bash Howard Productions
        • Bash's production company. (Season 2 episode Viking Funeral)
    • Belladele
        • Film production company, from the trailer for Dark Quiet Death: The Movie: "99 No's presents a Belladele production in association with Hot Claud Films" (Season 1 episode A Dark Quiet Death)
    • Bettelheim Productions
        • Name Forty tells Joe, who is still using Will's name, to put on the that form he signs when joining the Dark Face of Love production, either that or Bettelheim Films. (Season 2 episode Farewell, My Bunny)
    • Burns' Celluloid Whimsies
        • Film production company behind Ned Flanders' religious movie Tales of the Old Testament. (Season 16 episode Homer and Ned's Hail Mary Pass)
    • By the Numbers Productions
        • Film production company behind midseason TV show Police Cops. (Season 10 episode Homer to the Max)
    • Castaways Pictures
        • The Castaways use a silent movie camera they find that was owned by South Sea Film Productions to film a recreation of their shipwreck, sending the film on a raft back to the mainland. (episode Castaways Pictures Presents)
    • Central Productions
        • Film production company behind Mr. T's Video Learning Series. (Season 3 episode Cunnilingus Class)
    • Century of the Fruitbat
        • One of Holy Wood's moving picture companies in the Moving Pictures boom following their invention by some Alchemists.
    • Consolidated Pictures
        • Principal Skinner shows the children the 1938 classic mirth-making film The Christmas that Almost Wasn't But Then Was, produced by Consolidated Pictures. (Season 12 episode Skinner's Sense of Snow)
    • Country-And-Date Productions
        • Studio logos that come up after Peter complains about not being able to tell when the studio logos end and the actual movie begins in Season 9 episode Friends of Peter G.
    • Court Ordered Productions
        • After getting pulled over in her Canyonero, Marge has to watch a driving film called Road Rage: Death Flips the Finger, created by Court Ordered Productions. (Season 10 episode Marge Simpson in Screaming Yellow Honkers)
    • Creature Works
        • Randall Curtis's special effects company, creator of Star Wars parody Cosmic Wars. Parody of Industrial Light & Magic. "If you dream it, we can make it" (Season 15 episode Co-Dependents' Day)
    • Cult City Studios
        • Film production studio behind the film Velocite, from the music video for the song Riptide.
    • Dead Bird Studio
        • Act 1 of Chapter 2: Battle of the Birds. Hat Kid enters a movie studio run by two bird rivals that have collected several Time Pieces.
    • Double Edge Films
        • Company that produces TV show Thieves and Saints. A division of DEFGlobal.
    • Erika Lust Films
        • Film production company that made XConfessions, one of the pornographic movie options to watch on Mia's hotel room TV - the one that she ends up selecting and playing loudly in order to mask the sound of her moving Rob's body (Season 4 episode Crocodile)
    • Franstudio
        • Hollywood producer for Franstudio, Alexander Meyerheimer has hired drunken writer Richard Benson to write his latest movie.
    • Galaxy Quest Studios
        • Film studio where canceled Galaxy Quest TV show was filmed. (From the "Galaxy Quest 20th Anniversary: The Journey Continues" mockumentary)
    • The Games Federation
        • Producer of several violent TV game shows including The Running Man.
    • Gentleman's Relief Productions New record added 6/7/2021
        • Production company behind Lemoney Lick-it: A Series of Horny Events, the porno that Fat Tony films in the Simpsons' house. (Season 17 episode Bonfire of the Manatees)
    • Great Scott Films International
        • Production company logo Michael adds to his business presentation. (Season 2 episode Valentine's Day)
    • Greenpoint Stages
        • Trish pays a visit to Max Tatum, that director that raped her when she was a child star, while he's working on set at Greenpoint Stages. (Season 2 episode AKA Freak Accident)
    • Greg Gaines And Earl Jackson Productions
        • "The Idea behind each one was… we took a film that we liked and made the title stupider. And then made a new film to reflect the new stupid title. It's a formula that only produces horrible films but for some reason we keep using it."
    • H. Autotive Prod
        • Fake company listed on the tenant sign in the foyer of the Martin-Victor building.
    • Hammer Road Pictures LTD.
        • Motion picture production company for the Koogler movie that's advertised during the end credits of season 5 episode 8 App Development and Condiments.
    • Hans Moleman Productions
        • Hans Moleman's film production company, company behind the film he enters in the Springfield Film Festival, Man Getting Hit by Football. (Season 6 episode A Star is Burns)
    • Harlington-sraker Film Studios
        • Movie theater above the underground SHADO headquarters.
    • Hot Claud Films
        • Film production company, from the trailer for Dark Quiet Death: The Movie: "99 No's presents a Belladele production in association with Hot Claud Films" (Season 1 episode A Dark Quiet Death)
    • IdBox Productions
        • Film production studio in L.A. where Kramer auditions for a music video, a horror movie, an exercise tape and an infomercial. (Season 4 episode The Trip)
    • Imagine Generic
        • The division of Ron Howard's Imagine Entertainment that makes cheap versions of movies (like Fantastic Four) so the studio won't lose the production rights (Season 4)
    • Independent Feature Project
        • Fake company listed on the tenant sign in the foyer of the Martin-Victor building.
    • International Pictures
        • Film production company that offers aging film star Barbara Jean Trenton a small role as a mother in a current project, which she flatly refuses. (Season 1 episode The Sixteen Millimeter Shrine)
    • International Studio Co.
        • Film studio (mentioned in Variety article seen in DVD bonus features)
    • Julian Productions
        • Students that Jimmy hires to film his television commercial to recruit more old folks for his lawsuit against Sandpiper Crossing. (Season 2 episode Amarillo)
    • Kang and Kodos Productions
        • Kang and Kodos complain about being left out of the Halloween show, but then get a phone call about doing an ad for Old Navy instead. (Season 12 episode Treehouse of Horror XI)
    • Kiosk Productions
        • Flanders now has a kiosk in Springfield Mall selling personalized movies. He shows Homer the one he made for his son Rod. "Kiosk Productions presents an outer space adventure starring you” Homer buys a movie for Lisa for her birthday. (Season 14 episode The Dad Who Knew Too Little)
    • KrustyLu Studios
        • Krusty's studio.
        • Bart and Lisa try to get Krusty to cast Buck McCoy in something. (Season 13 episode The Latest Gun in the West)
        • Krusty's production studio. (Season 4 episode Marge Gets a Job)
        • Krusty's production studio. (Season 4 episode Krusty Gets Kancelled)
        • Krusty demands Roger Meyers fix Itchy & Scratchy by adding a new character - Poochy. (Season 8 episode The Itchy & Scratchy & Poochy Show)
        • Krusty quits show business at a press conference to announce he's quitting show business, and then, his triumphant return to comedy. (Season 9 episode The Last Temptation of Krust)
        • Krusty retires for the fifth and final time. (Season 12 episode Day of the Jackanapes)
        • Krusty donates costumes to Praiseland. (Season 12 episode I'm Goin' to Praiseland)
        • Lisa competes on Krusty's singing competition Li'l Starmaker. "Not affiliated with American Idol, we've never even heard of American Idol." Auditions held at Springfield Mall. "Warning: We're looking for cute not creepy" Homer writes songs for Lisa until she fires him, and he takes on another contestant named Cameron, also known as Johnny Rainbow. The competition takes place at Krustylu Studios. Lisa writes her own song called Always My Dad, so powerful that she makes the Applause-O-Meter cry battery acid. Homer sabotages Cameron by writing the song Privileged Boy. (Season 16 episode A Star is Torn)
    • Lampwick Studios
        • Chester J. Lampwick's animation studio, studio behind Manhattan Madness, the first Itchy cartoon ever made. (Season 7 episode The Day the Violence Died)
    • LichterStadt Filmcorp
        • Film production company for David Wain's never finished prison epic Penalties of Promise from Season 5 episode 12 My Friend Falcon.
    • Li'l Write-offs
        • Lisa shows her family a video of her orphan Ronaldo, made by a company called Li'l Write-offs. (Season 13 episode Blame it on Lisa)
    • M.G.M.-Lynn Studios
        • New name for MGM after Lynn takes over in ALF's comedy career dream sequence (Season 4 episode Make ‘Em Laugh)
    • Mammoth Pictures Corporation
        • Episode Jed Becomes a Movie Mogul. Jed Clampett becomes a confused movie mogul after his banker purchases the control of Mammoth Pictures Corporation.
    • Mariner Holodeck Programs
        • Mariner hijacks Boimler's holodeck program, making it into a movie. "Mariner Holodeck Programs presents a Mariner production of Crisis Point: The Rise of Vindicta" (Season 1 episode Crisis Point)
    • Martelo Estrada Filme
        • Film production company behind Portuguese rip-off of Gremlins in Season 6 episode 2 Lawnmower Maintenance and Postnatal Care.
    • Med-Films
        • Film production company behind Troy McClure's medical film Someone's in the Kitchen with DNA. (Season 9 episode Lisa the Simpson)
    • Monogamy Pictures
        • Film studio making the movie Touch of the Vampire. "Monogamy's your safest bet for entertainment" (Season 2 episode Last of the Red Hot Vampires)
    • Monotone Pictures
        • Miss Hoover shows the class a Monotone Pictures movie from the early sixties called The Moon of Earth. (Season 8 episode The Secret World of Lisa Simpson)
    • National United Projectionist And Independent Theater Operators
        • Also known as United Union of United Projection Operators Independent and United Theaters. The union Tyler worked for part-time and spliced single frames of pornography into movies.
    • Nigga Rich Productions
        • Delaney's production company. Dreamworks was taken. Plus, it sounds like an underground gay fuck club.
    • Nostalgia Licensing Corporation
        • Company behind the Bonanza show at Springfield Mall, featuring a couple of the actors that portrayed Indians on the TV show Bonanza. (Season 8 episode The Homer They Fall)
    • Once Upon A Time... Studios
        • Studio logos that come up after Peter complains about not being able to tell when the studio logos end and the actual movie begins in Season 9 episode Friends of Peter G.
    • Oscarcraving Productions
        • Film production company behind the A Few Good Men parody movie A Few Good Scouts (Episode A Few Good Scouts)
    • Panting Man's Wounded Shoulder Films
        • Studio logos that come up after Peter complains about not being able to tell when the studio logos end and the actual movie begins in Season 9 episode Friends of Peter G.
    • Paramountie Studios
        • Canadian movie studio, currently filming Canadian Graffiti, Rainier Wolfcastle's Undercover Hero and Curling for Loonies. (Season 13 episode The Bart Wants What It Wants)
    • Pharm-er John's Productions
        • Marge and Lisa demand answers about the cost of prescription drugs from Pharm-er John's Pharmaceuticals. They are shown a film made by Pharm-er John's Productions. (Season 16 episode Midnight Rx)
    • Pink Pony Productions
        • When Lisa speaks into the camera in her spoof of The Blair Witch Project, she says, "Copyright Pink Pony Productions. Visit us on the web at Lisathemovie.com" (Season 15 episode The Ziff Who Came to Dinner)
    • PolyStar Pictures
        • Movie studio behind Mel Gibson's remake of Mr. Smith Goes to Washington. (Season 11 episode Beyond Blunderdome) Movie studio behind Sara Sloane's new movie The Zookeeper's Wife. "No artistic integrity beyond this point" (Season 14 episode A Star is Born-Again)
    • Portugal Criacao De Filmes
        • Film production company behind Portuguese rip-off of Gremlins in Season 6 episode 2 Lawnmower Maintenance and Postnatal Care.
    • Precious memories
        • Film production company that films Homer and Ned's impulse wedding during their gambling trip to Las Vegas. (Season 10 episode Viva Ned Flanders)
    • Preternatural
        • Production company logo seen before the new movie Spencer and his friends watch (Season 1 episode Alienated)
    • Regional Geographic
        • Company that presents Birds: Our Fine Feathered Colleagues, the nature film that Bart watches in order to learn how to take care of the eggs he found in a nest after accidentally killing their mother. Parody of National Geographic. (Season 10 episode Bart, the Mother)
    • Rental Films
        • Production company behind Young Jebediah Springfield, a film about the founder of Springfield. (Season 7 episode Lisa the Iconoclast)
    • Saul Goodman Productions
        • Company that Jimmy creates to sell the commercial time that he paid for but is losing money on after losing his legal license. Saul Goodman comes from the phrase, "It's all good, man." (Season 3 episode Off Brand)
    • Shadow Studios
        • Bill gets hired for a TV commercial job promoting Blue Genie's Blue Jeans at Shadow Studios (Season 4 episode Security Door)
    • Silvercup Studios
        • Studio where Joey films a movie with Charlton Heston. (Season 4 episode The One With Joey's Dirty Day) Joey films a scene as a dying man. (The One Where Joey Loses His Insurance) Joey's Days of Our Lives studio. (Season 7 episode The One With Joey's award)
    • Skip Farnum Enterpises
        • Episode And Now a Word from Our Sponsor. Eccentric, 'mod' television director Skip Farnum casts the Bradys and Alice in a soap commercial.
    • South Sea Film Productions
        • The Castaways use a silent movie camera they find that was owned by South Sea Film Productions to film a recreation of their shipwreck, sending the film on a raft back to the mainland. (episode Castaways Pictures Presents)
    • Summit Entertainment
        • Film studio from the "Super Easy, Barely An Inconvenience - Screen Rant Pitch Meetings" series.
    • Sundial Cartoons
        • Cartoon studio behind the science fiction animated series Time Ryder and the Chrono Teens. (Season 1 episode Chronos)
    • Top Mark Studios
        • Movie studio Jack reads about while digging through the newspapers and the scrapbook he finds in the basement of the Overlook Hotel.
    • Underwater Map Productions
        • Studio logos that come up after Peter complains about not being able to tell when the studio logos end and the actual movie begins in Season 9 episode Friends of Peter G.
    • Uniprod
        • Company mentioned by Maeby's boss at the movie studio after it comes out that Maeby is only 16: "This is the biggest thing to happen since Uniprod hired that wee-brain ti run drama development", referring to Michael's ex-girlfriend Rita. (Season 3)
    • Univershell
        • The Flintstones version of Universal Studios. During the opening sequence, when the characters go see the drive-in movie, instead of the Universal logo, it's the Univershell logo - and the continents on the planet Earth behind it are in the shape of Pangea.
    • Verner Bros.
        • Multi-national media company owned by Jock Verner that specializes in movie and television producing where Dan Cassidy / the Blue Devil and his agent Marla Bloom work.
    • Video Gangstas
        • Company hired to film Yonica's XXX wedding night video.
    • Video Production News
        • Lou's company name. A professional news gathering service.
    • Vile Video Concepts
        • TV station, ALF/Gordon Shumway reference. Smartikoff: "I started VVC after the network forced me out of programming. They said my ideas were too high-concept. You tell me, what's wrong with an alien puppet living with a suburban family? OK, it's stupid, but what's wrong with it? Nothing... You've heard of reality programming? This is reality reprogramming… The latest in mind-controI technology. Thought controI through television… But this is only the beginning. I've devoted my whole life to TV. Man has only begun to scratch the tip of the iceberg of the video age… Ultimately, man and TV will combine to form a newer, higher being." (Season 2 episode A Clockwork Hammer - episode partially inspired by Stanley Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange)
    • Vought Studios
        • Vought International's from production company. (Season 1 episode The Innocents) Current project: Dawn of the 7. (Season 2 episode We Gotta Go Now)
    • Woltz International Pictures
        • Film studio set up by Jack Woltz during the Golden Age of Hollywood.
    • World Entertainment Systems
        • Also known as World Entertainment Network. Production company behind the soap opera The Sun Also Sets.
    • World of Dino Velvet Films
        • No description available
    • Zack And Miri Make Your Porno
        • Zack and Miri's porno film production company from the credits scene. "You'll swear Martin Scorsese snuck into your room and caught you fucking." 1-888-LET-UZ-FUCK.

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