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lukesams A Hotel Conspiracy (1995): The 1986 variant of the 1984 logo is seen, but the girls are larger, the text is wider, and there is no byline. Seen on the trailers and TV spots.

19 Nights (1983): The 1972 logo is being recorded by a video camera and is on a TV screen. Seen on the trailers and TV spots.

Dogs and Basketballs (1991): The 1986 variant of the 1984 logo is on a blue background and a basketball hits the logo.

Elvis: The Disco Story (1980): The 1972 logo plays as usual, but the girls are wearing Elvis Presley-style clothing and their shoes are red.

The P-Head Takes Over America (August 13, 1986): The 1986 variant of the 1984 logo plays, but the girls are replaced with the P-Head from the 1984 PBS logo. Also, the logo is not centered right.

The Missing Children (1987): The 1986 variant of the 1984 logo plays, but the girls are missing and the byline has a slanted white line above it.

Indian (1959): The 1953 logo has no company name, the blue rectangle is removed, and the girls are larger, but the company does appear on the opening credits, which fade in ten seconds later.


Mirror Mirror (2003): The 1999 logo plays as usual, but there is a light show surrounding the logo. Sympathy for the Dragon (2002): The 1999 logo animates as usual, but a purple dragon appears and burns up the girls. Egg Beats (2005): The 1999 logo is seen, but an egg falls on the girls. Jungle Fever (1981): The 1972 logo takes place on a tropical island. Valentines Day (February 1991): Exactly like in Two Hearts, but there are dark red hearts surrounding the logo. Rayman (June 28, 1996): The 1986 variant of the 1984 logo plays, but Rayman stands next to the girls. This plasters the SNAS, Inc. logo in the 1997 UK VHS.

The Bad New Bears: The Animation Motion Picture (August 10, 2007): The 1967 logo plays, but the TimeWarner byline is chroned-in below.

Sufferin' Cats (1995): The 1986 variant of the 1984 logo is tinted in red.

Rabbids: The Movie (2008): The 1999 logo plays, but the girls are replaced by three Rabbids. Also, the whole logo is zoomed in so the left side of the first Rabbid and the right side of the text aren't seen (this is possibly an error in using the logo in the wrong aspect ratio). Wallace the Walrus (2010): The 1999 logo plays, but the girls are replaced with three cartoon walruses. Computer Games (1996): The 1986 variant of the 1984 logo is in the style of an 8-bit video game.

Jail Break (January 21, 1994): The 1986 variant of the 1984 logo plays, but Bianca (Blossom) is in her orange prison outfit and looking sad and sorry. Patricia (Bubbles) and Jasmine (Buttercup) look disgustedly over their shoulders at her. They then fly off-screen and prison bars slam down in front of the 1984 logo. Also, the company's name is in the Kartika font, the byline is in the Fixedsys font, and the logo is slightly off-center. The animated sequence in this logo variation was later reused for the Powerpuff Girlsepisode "A Very Special Blossom".

Zero to Zero (1981): The 1972 logo plays, but the girls are replaced with the numeral "0". Robots & Aliens (1988): The 1986 variant of the 1984 logo plays, but the girls are in their robot forms. The Last Picture Palace (1999): The 1999 logo is shown at a picture palace. Knight Dragon Adventures (1983): The 1972 logo plays, but a blue dragon farts fire on the bottom of the logo, causing it to burn. Also, the blue background flashes into a black background and the background turns into a red/orange gradient background when the dragon farts fire. Fern Gully: The Last Rainforest (1992): The 1986 variant of the 1984 logo plays, but it takes place in a jungle and the text is yellow. This plasters the FAI Films logo in the 1993 UK VHS of the film. The Pebble and the Penguin (1995): The 1986 variant of the 1984 logo is used, but Bianca (Blossom) holds a pebble. This variant is only seen in the 1995 UK VHS of the film. Ickis' Great Escape (1991): The 1986 variant of the 1984 logo plays but after a few seconds, the girls get ran over by a police car. One Butterfly Flew Over the Mosquito's Nest (1990): The 1986 variant of the 1984 logo plays, but a cartoon mosquito replaces the girls. The Beach House (1978): A lightning bolt hits the 1977-1979 version of the 1972 logo. He's Outta Here! (1995): The 1986 variant of the 1984 logo plays, but a cartoon baseball replaces the girls. Also, the text and byline are in the Esso logo font. Thunder Woman (2012): A thunderstorm is happening in the 2011 Warner Bros./P&P Features transformation logo. Digimon: The Movie (October 6, 2000): The 1999 logo plays, but it is on a rainbow gradient background with raining numbers (ala the opening titles of The Matrix). This variant follows the 1994 20th Century Fox logo on the 2001 UK DVD of this film. Pontoffel Pock, Where Are You? (1999): The 1999 logo plays, but it takes place in Gil Gickler's Dill Pickle Works (the opening scene of the movie) and after ten seconds, the girls, text, and byline fade, leaving the background intact.

Back to the '80s (2006): The 1972 logo plays, but the Warner Communications byline reads "A TIMEWARNER COMPANY". Honeymoon in Hawaii (1992): The 1986 variant of the 1984 logo plays, but there are Hawaiian mountains in the background. Pop Music (1980): The 1972 logo plays with the two girls from the music video for Pop Muzik by M sitting below the text. Also, the beginning part of M's singlePop Muzik plays. Boyz R Us (2008): The 1999 logo plays, but Patricia (Bubbles) is orange and Jasmine (Buttercup) is red. The Haunted House (2007): The 1999 logo plays, but it is dark blue and cartoon bats are flying around the girls. 2059 (1997): Exactly like in Indian, but the background is light blue. Only on the teaser trailer.

The Purple Virus (July 23, 2004): Exactly like in 2059, but the background is orange and the girls are in their 2002-present look. Only on the teaser trailer.

Home Alone (November 16, 1990): The 1986 variant of the 1984 logo plays, but it is snowing in the logo and the girls are wearing scarfs. This variant follows the 1981 20th Century Fox logo on the 1991 UK VHS. Thanksgiving Nightmares (1992): The 1986 variant of the 1984 logo plays, but a cartoon turkey replaces the girls. The Cell of Tootie (1986): The 1986 variant of the 1984 logo plays, but the girls' shoes are purple and Tootie stands next to the girls. Timmy Turner: The Man with Guns (1987): The 1986 variant of the 1984 logo plays, but Timmy Turner replaces the girls. Kirby Super Star: The Movie (September 1997): The 1986 variant of the 1984 logo plays, but Kirby and a Waddle Doo (one of Kirby's helpers in the film) fly across the logo on a Warp Star. Detention: Level 1 (July 16, 2010): The 1999 logo appears made out of gold on a navy blue background with water tapping on it. A wind strikes the logo and the water is removed as the background turns orange with beetles in green. Detention: Level 2 (August 2011): The 1999 logo is made out of construction paper. C.A.P.I.C.O.L.L.A. (August 15, 2001): The 1999 logo plays, but the girls are removed and after five seconds, two orange electric rays blast the text and byline into pieces.

BrianHanson We Are Men (1987): The 1986 version of the 1984 logo plays, but the girls are replaced by men who look like the girls. Also, "P&P FEATURES" is in the Times New Roman font.

Two Hearts (February 10, 1989): The 1986 version of the 1984 logo plays, but the logo takes place in the Hearts Pictures logo's background and the music is "Two Hearts" by Phil Collins. Also, "P&P FEATURES" is in a Times New Roman-like font.

Brawl in the Blooms (1990): The 1986 version of the 1984 logo plays, but Noel Bloom Jr. (from Just for Kids VHS tapes) walks in from the left. He says "These girls' names are Patricia, Bianca, and Jasmine (the names of the girls before 1998), or you can call them P, B, and J!"

The Disco Monster (1981): The 1972 logo plays, but the girls are replaced by three Ickises (a species from AAAHH!!! Real Monsters) in disco clothes. Planet Three (1982): The 1972 logo takes place in a starry background and the girls are replaced by three aliens.

The Easter Bunny (1989): The 1986 version of the 1984 logo plays, but the girls are in their rabbit forms.

Great White III (1991): The 1986 version of the 1984 logo plays, but it takes place in the ocean and the girls are eaten by a Great White Shark.

Ickis' Island (1979): The 1972 logo plays, but the girls are in their Ickis forms. This variant plasters the title "A SPACE NEEDLE ANIMATION STUDIOS PRODUCTION" in the 1987 UK VHS. Joe the Onion (1983): The 1972 logo plays, but Bianca (Blossom) holds an onion. Anna (1992): The 1986 version of the 1984 logo is on the first page of the book and additional text below the Time Warner byline reads "PRESENTS". Taco Tim's (2009): The 1999 logo plays, but the girls sit at a table and eat tacos. Patricia (Bubbles) says "Mmm... this beef and cheese taco tastes so good!"

The Good Times (2011): The 1990 version of the 1984 logo is used. Blast to the Past (1997): The 1986 version of the 1984 logo animates like the 1970s Constantin Film logo. BOB's Big Movie (1989): The 1986 version of the 1984 logo plays, but BOB (from Monsters vs Aliens) eats the girls. Your Majesty (2010): The 1999 logo is tinted in gold. The End of the World (1979): The 1972 logo plays, but the background is dark red and the who logo shakes like an earthquake. The Musical Fruit (1993): The 1986 version of the 1984 logo plays, but Ickis comes in from the left, aims his butt on the girls, and farts loudly. The girls say "EEWWW!!! This smell is so disgusting!" Ickis gives them an ashamed look and runs away. I'm Hatin' It (2008): The 1999 logo plays, but the girls are fatter than usual and they eat Big Macs. Also, the logo is in the style of then 2006 McDonald's "I'm Lovin' It" logo. The Ritz (1986): The 1986 version of the 1984 logo takes place in a black background with a purple spotlight. The girls and the text fade out and we pan down to see Ickis in wearing a top hat and tuxedo, holding a cane, dancing, and singing "Puttin' on the Ritz" by Taco. Also, "P&P FEATURES" is in the Impact font and the Warner Communications byline is in the Courier New font.

Windy Days (1993): The 1986 version of the 1984 logo gets blown by a wind. Confessions (2004): The 1999 logo has a slight blue tint. Unplugged (2003): The 1999 logo is made of neon lights. Ickis' Island II (1988): The 1986 version of the 1984 logo plays with the 1982 SNAS Inc. logo's music. Also, the girls are in their Ickis forms. This variant plasters the 1982 SNAS, Inc. logo on the 1989 UK VHS. A Grand Affair (1988): The 1986 version of the 1984 logo animates like the Famicom Disk System (Japan's NES) startup and the music is the 8-bit version of the 20th Century Fox fanfare. This variant plasters the 1980s 20th Century Fox logo customized for the film in the 1989 UK VHS. Italian Boy (1987): The 1986 version of the 1984 logo plays, but the background is a gradient background that looks like the flag of Italy. Angry Dinosaurs (1992): The 1986 version of the 1984 logo plays, but the girls get ran over by dinosaurs. Fire (1994): The 1986 version of the 1984 logo gets burned down by a flame. Clio (1985): The 1984 logo takes place on a grey marble background. Monsters vs Aliens (1985): The 1984 logo plays, but the girls are replaced by BOB, Dr. Cockroach, and Missing Link. This variant plasters the 1982 SNAS Inc. logo on the 1986 UK VHS. Video Night (1988): On the TV spots, the 1986 version of the 1984 logo is shown on a TV screen. Somewhere Over the Rainbow (1986): The 1986 version of the 1984 logo plays, but the background is light grey and there is a rainbow behind the girls (recycled from the 1980s Goodtimes Home Video logo). This is the first film to feature the 1986 version of the 1984 logo.

Planet of the Dinosaurs (1982): The 1972 logo plays, the girls are replaced by a pink sauropod, a purple pterosaur, and a green T-rex. This plasters the 1982 SNAS, Inc. logo on the original UK VHS. Mad Monsters: The Movie (1998): Exactly like the Monsters vs Aliens (1985) variant, but Dr. Cockroach is replaced by Ickis. Also, the background is the 1986 logo background. Medical Conditions (1987): During the closing credits, the 1986 version of the 1984 logo plays, but the girls are coughing on hospital beds like the sick people from the music video for "Disco Band" by Scotch. Ice Breaker (1987): The 1986 version of the 1984 logo takes place in the 1972 logo's background. Also, the girls are in penguin form. Bees and Butterflies (1989): The 1986 version of the 1984 logo plays, but the girls are in insect form. Ickis' Island III (1989): Same as the Ickis' Island II variant. This variant plasters the 1988 SNAS, Inc. logo on the 1990 UK VHS. Party Girl (1998): The 1998 version of the 1984 logo plays, but the girls are sitting on a pink convertible and singing "Barbie Girl" by Aqua. Twas the Night Before Christmas (1989): The 1986 version of the 1984 logo plays, but the girls wear Santa hats and additional text above the company's name reads "Seasons Greetings from". Rise of the Worms (1980): The 1972 logo plays, but the girls get eaten by a giant worm. The Swan Princess (1994): The 1986 version of the 1984 logo plays, but the girls are replaced by Jean-Bob the frog, Speed the turtle, and Puffin (some characters from the film). Thumbelina (1994): The 1986 version of the 1984 logo plays, but the girls are smaller than usual. SnowflakesOmega One Day In New York (1999): The 1999 logo takes place in New York. Seen only on the trailers and TV spots of the film.

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