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1st Logo (1945-1955)

Logo: This is not really a logo, only an in-credit disclaimer. At the start of the film, it says:


BARTLETT TOY STUDIOS

PRESENTS.


But at the end of the film, it would just say:


PRODUCED BY BARTLETT 

TOY STUDIOS.


FX/SFX: None, this is a still logo.

Music/Sounds: None, or the film's opening/closing theme.

Availability: Very rare, this was seen on films from 1945 until 1955.

Scare Factor: None, it's just plain boring.

2nd Logo (1955-1966)

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Logo: On a red background, we see the words "Bartlett Toy Studios" in white.

FX/SFX: Again, none.

Music/Sounds: None.

Availability: Seen on some Bartlett Toy releases during the time.

Scare Factor: None, it's plain boring anyway. 

3rd Logo (1966-1985)

Logo: On a black background, we see red stars around the screen and the words "Bartlett Toy".

FX/SFX: Once again, none.

Music/Sounds: None.

Availability: Seen on Bartlett Toy releases from 1966 until 1985.

Scare Factor: None, once again.

4th Logo (1985-2007)

Nicknames: "Mario!", "Star Mario", "1st Appearance of mario"

Logo: On a red background, we see Mario, with his left hand up. On the top, there is a star. Suddenly, he shoots the star, revealing "Bartlett Toy Films" in blue with a black outline.

FX/SFX: Everything.

Music/Sounds: A "WHOOSH!" when Mario shoots the star, then none.

Availability: Seen on every Bartlett Toy Films release until 2007. 

Scare Factor: Medium, that loud "WHOOSH!" will scare some off.

5th Logo (2007-)

Nicknames: "No Mario", "Still Bartlett Toy"

Logo: On a blue light background, we see "Bartlett Toy Films".

FX/SFX/Cheesy Factor: What happened here? Besides, the logo makes NO sense and Mario isn't even in the logo! C'mon! 

Music/Sounds: A short fanfare.

Availability: Rare. Can be occasionally seen on Bartlett Toy releases from 2007.

Scare Factor: None, you'll just get annoyed by the lack of mario.

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