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Gracie Films is an American film and television production company, created by James L. Brooks in 1986. The company has produced many award-winning films and television series, some of which include Broadcast News and Jerry Maguire, but most notably, The Simpsons. The company is primarily associated with film studio and distributor Sony Pictures Entertainment, but it still has an office at the 20th Century Fox lot due to the indefinite contract Gracie Films has had with Fox for the last 30 years for The Simpsons.
The Gracie production logo depicts noisy movie patrons at a movie theater hearing a woman in the back row saying "Shhhhh!" so the title, the company's name, can be projected, and that the company's musical signature can be heard. Some special versions of the company's jingle were made to fit certain episodes of the Simpsons. The music over the logo was composed by Jeffrey Townsend.
Some special versions of the company's jingle were made to fit certain episodes of the Simpsons.
References in The Simpsons
- Homer once claimed in his first ramble that he created Gracie Films.
- The Gracie Films sequence is seen in the flip-book Homer made for Marge.
Logo's version in the Disney+ shorts.