One of mine was that of Blue Thunder, the short-lived '84 ABC adventure series. I looked at it all the way through, and IMHO, it was a pretty good series (your opinion may differ), but there is one glaring caveat: CPT’s 80s Torch Lady (aka the 80s Coke Lady) was not included; rather, the current SPT logo was there. The reason why this was a caveat to me is because the series was copyrighted to CPT, which in the beginning of the series was “a division of Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc.” then later was “a division of CPT Holdings, Inc.” That being so, I would have expected the Coke Lady. However, for SPT to replace that with its logo made the release feel very incomplete.
Shout!, on the other hand, IMHO, has been pretty good with production house logos, from the original Universals on McHale’s Navy and Marcus Welby, M.D. (McHale’s also had the Revue logo), to Paramount’s Blue Mtn. on Webster (both standard and tall-peaked), to CPT’s Coke Lady on Designing Women and later seasons of Punky Brewster, IIRC (earlier ones had the former NBC logo). Heck, even Paramount was pretty good on a couple of their series (MacGyver and The Brady Bunch [one had the Blue Mtn., one had the Split Box]).
All that said, why is it that some releases have the proper age-appropriate production logo, and many more don’t?