In 1988, They created a movie theatre named "Dillydale Cinemas" and also the mascot of theatre chain incuding Mr. Men and Little Misses characters
Note: This theatre chain did not use branded policy trailers until 1989
(1989-December 31, 1991)
Nicknames: "The First Mr. Men and Little Misses Theatre Trailer" "The Cinema"
Logo: We start of the filmreels, also the movie clips incudings the 1980s. Then the Oscar Mayer logo, Ricos logo, Popcorn, Coca Cola logo, and Pepsi logo, But the end the Mr. Men and Little Misses characters with seats from The Mr. Men Show and the logo and words says "FEATURE PRESENTATION"
FX: The filmreel, the seats and projection
Cheesy Factor: The clip from Mr. Men Show season 1 episode "Movies"
Music: The same policy trailer as 1980s Century Theatres policy trailer
Availablity: The movie policy trailer seen on the 1980s-early 1990s movies until 1991.
(January 1, 1992-1999)
Nicknames: "The Mr. Men and Little Misses Theatre Policy Trailer II" "The Cinema II"
Logo: We start off the marque and the "Dillydale Cinemas" logo, the words says "WELECOME TO DILLYDALE CINEMAS", all Mr. Men and Little Misses characters with magic carpet, Also the Coca Cola drink, popcorn, The "Oscar Mayer" logo, and candies, Then the smoking and the words says "NO SMOKING IN THE LOBBY", but the end the Mr. Men and Little Misses character with seats and "FEATURE PRESENTATION"
FX: The same as the 1994 "Century Theatres" policy trailer
Cheesy factor: The still from The Mr. Men Show season 2 episode "Cinema"
Music:The 1990s Century Theatres music and the female annoucher says "CENTURY THEATRES" is replaced with "DILLYDALE CINEMAS"
Availablity: Seen on the early/mid 1990s
Nicknames: "The Mr. Men and Little Misses Theatre Policy Trailer III", The Cinema III"
Logo: We start off the same as the 1997 General Cinema Policy Trailer, But the anthropomorphic food is replaced by Mr. Scatterbrain and the animals Also, the Popcorn Bob is replaced by Mr. Happy, the Female Pepsi soda is replaced by Little Miss Sunshine, and the female candy is replaced by Little Miss Daredevil, But the end, the camera offs the searchlights and the logo, Also the words says "Feature Presentation" fades in underneath. Then the logo flashes different colors as it fades out.
FX: The same 1997 General Cinema "Candy Band II" policy trailer.
Music: The same 1997 General Cinema "Candy Band II" policy trailer.
Availablity: Seen on the mid 1990s/early 2000s
Nicknames: "The Mr. Men and Little Misses Theatre Policy Trailer IV", "CGI Mr. Men and Little Miss", "The Mr. Men and Little Miss Policy Trailer"
Logo: We start off the computer-animated version of Mr. Men and Little Miss characters and the "Dillydale Cinemas" logo are shine, and the word says "FEATURE PRESENTATION"
FX: The shining
Music: The drumrolls and majestic fanfare
Availablity: Seen on the mid 2000s/early 2010s
Nicknames: "The Mr. Men and Little Misses Theatre Policy Trailer V", "CGI Mr. Men and Little Miss II"
Logo: We start off the movie theatre, But the sparkling, then the CGI version of Mr. Men and Little Miss characters and the "Dillydale Cinemas" logo, But then the words say "ENJOY THE MOVIE"
FX: The theatre, The sparkle, and the logo
Music: A majestic fanfare
Availablity: Seen on the early 2010s-present movies
Nickname; Mr. Bump the Cameraman
Logo; We zoom out of a motion picture camera lens with lasers flying about. The camera is being operated by Mr. Bump himself laughing seated on a large crane extended way up into a metallic sky. As the crane moves away from us and Mr. Bump and the crane go into silhouette, a laser writes the text Dillydale Cinemas in its familiar font as the word Enjoy the Movie in bright metallic letters spaced to fit the width of Dillydale Cinemas, zooms and turns to settle below. When the logo is formed, suddenly the crane falls down takes a hard drop, notably starling Mr. Bump. YYYYYYYYAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHH is heard from offscreen, followed by Mr. Bump whispering Oh, poopity poop.
Variant; There is a version without the crane-drop gag.
Closing Variant; The superimposed closing variant features a silhouette of the logo on a black background.
FX/SFX; Excellent CGI effects and animatronics; very realistic.
Music/Sounds; A majestic orchestral movie score with dog barking and bird tweeting chirping at the end.
- There is a version without Oh, poopity poop.
- Titanic only had the sounds and not the music.
Availability; To date, the version with the crane-drop gag is only seen on two films; Mr. Men from Space and The Adventures of Gumball in Grouchland the latter one doesn't have oh, poopity poop, which both are still in print. Current DVD prints of The Mr. Men Movie and other Dillydale classics, as well as on Titanic the first film with this logo have the logo without the crane drop gag. However, the company also produced Geo's 1st Movie, but the logo itself never appeared in said film.
Scare Factor; None unless the crane-drop gag startles you. This is a briliantly produced and entertaining logo.