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  1. Happy Madison Productions is an American film and television production company founded in 1999 by Adam Sandler which is best known for its comedy films.

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    Happy Madison Productions is an American film and television production company founded in 1999 by Adam Sandler which is best known for its comedy films.

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  4. Happy Madison Productions - IMDb

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    Happy Madison Productions by schtinks | created - 01 Oct 2015 | updated - 26 Jun 2017 | Public Flims produced or distributed by Adam Sandler's, Happy Madison Productions.

  5. Happy Madison Productions | LinkedIn

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    Happy Madison Productions is an American film and television production company founded in 1999 by Adam Sandler which is best known for its comedy films. In association with Happy Madison which...

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  7. Happy Madison Productions | Closing Logo Group Wikia | Fandom

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    Happy Madison Productions is Adam Sandler's production company, founded in 1996. The name is a portmanteau of his two successful movies from the 1990s: 1995's Billy Madison and 1996's Happy Gilmore. In 2007, Sandler made a subsidiary company called Madison 23 Productions, which was aimed towards the drama genre. Sadly, only two films were produced under this name and Sandler dissolved the label shortly after. In 2009, Sandler made another subsidiary label called Scary Madison Productions, which was aimed towards the horror genre; only one film was produced under this label.

    Nicknames: "The Goat" Logo: A still image of a black and white goat in front of trees fades in. The goat appears to be sitting in the back of a Chevrolet truck. The company name "Happy Madison, Inc." in a gradient Impact font is seen underneath the goat. FX/SFX: None, it's a still logo. Music/Sounds: None Availability: Rare. This is only seen on Adam Sandler's 1996 HBO special What the Hell Happened to Me? Editor's Note: Some may feel that the goat is staring into your soul. The lack of animation and the silence does not help. However, unless you're a fan of Adam Sandler's work, it's nothing.

    Nicknames: "The Old Man", "The Golf Logo" Logo: Over a space background, a white golf ball is coming out of a solar eclipse (a la Universal) zooming back slowly and rotating to our left with the words "Happy Madison" in the center at the top (in a cursive script designed to imitate it for legendary golf ball company, Titleist) and the word "PRODUCTIONS" (spread out in a more blocky Futura-type font) underneath. After a few seconds, the background then fades to a golf course scene. Then, suddenly, the golf ball is smacked against the screen by a golf club, leaving the text imprinted on the screen with a glowing white outline and the appearance of the screen glass being cracked by the swing of the ball. Then, with the text and glass-crack remaining still, we zoom back to reveal an elderly man in a golf outfit, holding the golf club that hit the ball, looking on at the logo and says "Terrific!". The scene then fades to black with only the text remaining for a second before it fades out...

    • The Week Of. Comedy. April 27, 2018.
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  8. Happy Madison: 10 Things You Never Knew About Adam Sandler's ...

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    • The Companies Three Highest-grossing Films Are Grown-ups, Grown-ups 2 And Pixels. It's not surprising that Happy Madison's three films that did the best at the box office were the three films that included huge casts, full of everyone's favorite comedy stars, many of whom are good friends of Sandlers.
    • Sandler Once Had A Subsidiary Called Scary Madison Productions Aimed At Horror Movies. Horror is definitely not something Adam Sandler is known for, but that didn't stop the comedian from trying his hand at the genre and creating a subsidiary company called Scary Madison.
    • Netflix Has A 4 Movie Deal With The Company Worth Up To $275 Million. This record might have something to do with Netflix constantly throwing money at the company.
    • The Ridiculous Six Broke A Netflix Record. Funnily enough, The Ridiculous 6 still managed to break a Netflix record, despite its terrible score. The film received more views within in first 30 days on Netflix than any other film in the platform's history.
  9. The legacy of Adam Sandler's 'Happy Madison Productions'

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    He partnered up with Hollywood veteran Jack Giarraputo and started Happy Madison Productions, a decision that would define his career. Since its conception 21 years ago, Happy Madison has produced almost 50 films, but not all of them have starred Sandler.

  10. Happy Madison Productions - Closing Logos

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    Nov 03, 2020 · Background: Happy Madison Productions is Adam Sandler's production company, founded in 1999. The name is a portmanteau of his two successful movies from the 1990s: Happy Gilmore and Billy Madison. Happy Madison didn't use a logo until 2005.

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