Cracked Egg Studios

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Cracked Egg Studios was founded as T.J.'s Cracked Egg Productions in February 1993 by Ted Phillips. The first production to publicly credit the upstart company was The Bloody Man (1993).

For the most part, the name T.J.'s Cracked Egg Pictures was used interchangeably with T.J.'s Cracked Egg Productions until 2001; however, the documentary 1994, Fourth of July! credited Cracked Egg's Pictures.

In 2000 and 2001, the Dannick Studios series The Adventures of Bongo and Nakita listed T.J.'s Cracked Egg Studios in the opening credits of several episodes. In a Pokemon Trainers' Club newsletter, the 2001 production of The Twisted Mile was credited to Cracked Egg Studios.

Cracked Egg Studios was uncredited during the first three seasons of Ni-Ki-Oh!, which aired in private screenings during 2002-2004. In July 2004, the company was credited as Cracked Eggs Pictures on the productions Lead Dust and Crossing the Border. After the first official Ni-Ki-Oh! DVD collection The Lost Episodes was released in August 2004, the company was consistently credited as Cracked Egg Studios, except for on the company's first business cards from 2005, which showed the name as Cracked Eggs Studios.

On May 5, 2005, the Cracked Egg Studios web site was launched. In January 2006, the domain name crackedeggstudios.com was purchased. In 2006, Noey Productions was merged into Cracked Egg Studios.
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