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Original Walt Disney Classics intro (1980-1984)

WileE2005's Walt Disney Classics Logo (1980-1984)

Similar to the 1978 Walt Disney Home Entertainment logo, but instead of the regular music, we hear loud horror-type music played on electric keyboards and Moog synthesizers. The "Walt Disney" script text is in a ghostly shade of white, and "CLASSICS" in an ugly font zooms up at a fast pace underneath "Walt Disney." The music increases in suspense as after the Mickey outlines turn green, instead of fading out, the logo continues as the outlines continue rotating, then they turn lavender and begin to increase in rotating speed. Then they turn gray and spin even faster! Soon they slow down again, and then the outlines turn a scary white color, and then the outlines face us as an evil version of Mickey Mouse's face appears on the head, and Mickey begins laughing in an evil repeating high-pitched maniacal laugh as a bright flash is seen and smoke begins rising from the bottom. After laughing a bit, another flash is seen and Mickey claps his hands together, and Mickey and text both disappear in a puff of smoke as lighting flashes with booming thunder. Then the lightning is gone, the thunder fades and the smoke clears, and all that's left is a black screen.

This was seen on the earliest VHS releases of Disney feature films, in white clamshells that has the Walt Disney Classics print logo on top, featuring Mickey, Donald, Goofy, Minnie and Daisy holding hands and strolling together under a happy sun and rainbow. It has been rumored that most of the videos featuring this logo were burned because the logo was so scary. Still used in the UK, however.

Disney Video Hits (2010)

The current logo plays, then we see the film logo, which has Mickey, Donald, Goofy, Minnie and Daisy holding hands and strolling together under a happy sun and rainbow. The text "Disney Video Hits" appears.

MARVEL VS. CAPCOM: Forever (Japanese DVD and Blu-ray, May 7, 2010)

The current Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment logo plays as usual, but clips of gameplay from X-MEN VS. STREET FIGHTER to MARVEL VS. CAPCOM 2 replace the clips from well-known Disney films and at the end, the text "Disney" is replaced by the text "Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment" in Japanese, the text "A Buena Vista Company" is in Sans Serif, and the castle is replaced by Mickey, Donald, Goofy, Minnie and Daisy holding hands and strolling together under a happy sun and rainbow. In TV spots and trailers (in Japan only), the Servbots (from the Mega Man series) destroy the castle, and Scrooge McDuck says "Reverse!", causing the shattered glass to fall out from the clouds, which return to their usual places and reform the castle and the Disney (in its post-1979 script font) text. We hear Scrooge say, "There! Much better."

Yoshi kicks his Butt (1998)

'We see Mickey, Donald, Goofy, Minnie, and Daisy holding hands together strolling under a happy sun and rainbow. After a few seconds, Yoshi ground pounds them one-by-one. He later walks under the happy sun and rainbow. All of sudden, Yoshi shakes with fear as the clouds turn into cumulonimbus. He screams "I WANT MY MOMMY!". Lightning strikes the rainbow and sun. Then, a tornado picks him up. Which hurls Yoshi into the sky. Later, he found himself on heaven, Calmed down. He looks at God and says "Have you seen my pals?", God replies Oh, yes they seem to be dead. He sees that the sun and rainbow appear. He continues doing the same thing as before (walking under the happy sun and rainbow), as "Walt Disney Home Entertainment" appears briefly in a Yoshi font.

Tree Adventures (2003)

 We see a montage of trees, we zoom on one, the camera goes up, and some leaves appear to form the "Walt Disney Home Entertainiment" logo complete.

Water Pals (2011)

We see Mickey, Donald, Goofy, Minnie and Daisy holding hands and strolling together under a happy sun and rainbow. Then, the logo morphs into a river. After that, a drop of water comes up and forms the text "Walt Disney Home Entertainment" above.

Aladdin (1996, WDMC re-issue)

Same as the "Coming to Home Video" variation of the 1986 WDHV logo but instead of "Coming to Home Video", the text is replaced with "Feature Presentation" written in a Laser font. The music and sounds are the same as the 1996 Feature Presentation logo (thanks for joining us for this special preview variant).

The Search for a Whole New World (1997, VHS)

The 1991 Feature Presentation logo plays, but takes place in outer space. [1996 Beau Weaver version that says: "Thanks for Joining Us for this Special Preview, and now our Feature Presentation"]

Also, the 1986 Walt Disney Home Video logo is cut short and its music is the same as the 1991 Walt Disney Home Video logo.

Lady and the Tramp (1993 print)

Coming to Theatres (Mock Disney bumper)

Coming to Theatres (Mock Disney bumper)

Before the preview of The Nightmare Before Christmas in this VHS, the logo is the same as the Now on Videocassette logo from Robin Hood (WDMC, 1994), but says "Coming to Theatres". The audio is the same as the Coming to Theatres from Walt Disney Pictures logo, but with the 1989 Feature Presentation music.

Lady and the Tramp (1993 Print) Coming to Home Video

Before the preview of Aladdin in this VHS, the logo is the same as the Now on Videocassette logo from Robin Hood (WDMC, 1994), but says "Coming to Home Video". The audio is the same as the Coming to Home Video logo from The Rescuers (WDC, 1992).

Fraggle Rock: The Movie (1993 print)

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The 1992 WDHV Feature Presentation logo takes place in the background of Jim Henson Video's 1993 Feature Presentation logo. Also, the music is the same as Jim Henson Video's Feature Presentation logo.

The Feature Program logo is the same as the one in Disney's Haunted Mansion tapes, but the text is blood red and more uglier and more close-up than usual, the music is more horror-type than usual, and the announcer is also scarier than usual. Also, there are bats flying in the background, which is much darker than usual.

Fraggles on Wheels (1993 print)

The Muppets Meet the Fraggles (1994): The 1986 WDHV Presents logo plays, but Kermit the Frog replaces Sorcerer Mickey. The spark writes "Jim Henson" in a green Jim Henson font instead of "Walt Disney" in a red Walt Disney font. Also, "HOME VIDEO" is replaced with "PRODUCTIONS". Also, "Presents" is written in a white Laser font.

The Nightmare Before Christmas: The Series (1994-1995 VHS tapes): The Now on Video logo (from Winnie the Pooh and Christmas Too) plays, but the background is grey and the text is orange. Also, the audio is the same as the Now on Videocassette logo from the 1994 VHS of Robin Hood, but with the music heard on the Feature Program logo from Winnie the Pooh: Frankenpooh.

The Feature Program logo is the same as the one on the Disney's Haunted Mansion tapes, but the background is a black and white image of the Mickey Mouse Christmas wreath (as seen on the end credits for Disney's Sing-Along Songs: Twelve Days of Christmas).

DreamMechanic {cke_protected}{C {C My Brother the Creep! OVA: Uh Oh, Talent Show! (2010): After the OVA's end credits, we see a somewhat oddly arranged version of the 1986 Walt Disney Home Video logo. In this case, "Walt" rests above "Disney", both in red, and a somewhat smaller Sorcerer Mickey to the left of "Walt". The copyright information is below the logo in the Laser font (which was used for the Feature Presentation bumper). As it fades in, we hear the "Oh yeaaaaaaaaaaaaah" soundbite from The Aristocats. When the San Francisco network KTSF (leased access Fuji TV network) broadcast this, however, the Touchstone Television logo played over it, but kept the "Oh yeaaaaaahhhh" soundbite.

Stitch! Series One Set (January 5, 2011 on DVD): If the viewer neglects to skip the Disney DVD logo sequence chosen if they hit "Play All", they will see this; the 1992 FP logo plays but the words are in Japanese. Same will go on the other season box set DVDs. This even appears inbetween the third and fourth episodes during "Play All" mode.

A screen that is identical to the Feature Presentation logo is shown, but the text reads "Coming to Theatres Summer 1993 from Walt Disney Pictures". In this version, the audio from the "Coming to Theatres from Walt Disney Pictures" logo as seen on the 1990 VHS print of Peter Pan. This is shown before the trailer of Hocus Pocus.

After a Coca-Cola commercial, we see the 1986 Walt Disney Home Video without Mickey (the spark moving about) play (along with "presents" in white) but Mark Elliot says over it "Walt Disney Home Video asks you to stay tuned for four special previews after the main feature. You won't regret it!" The words "Home Video" fade out when the logo shines, and the words "Special Previews" fade in.

The Black Cauldron (Halloween' 1993 VHS): Before the trailer for The Nightmare Before Christmas, we see the Touchstone Pictures logo with the text "Coming to Theatres this 1993 Holiday Season from" above the Touchstone logo. The music is the same as the "Coming to Theatres this 1992 Holiday Season" as seen on the Beauty and the Beast VHS except Mark Elliot says "Coming only to theatres this 1993 holiday season, an upcoming feature from Touchstone Pictures". After the trailer, we see the "Coming to Home Video" screen as seen on the 1992 VHS of The Rescuers.

After the VHS trailer for The Fox and the Hound (edited from the 1988 re-release trailer) and a Coca-Cola commercial, we see a still of the 1984 Walt Disney Classics logo but "THE CLASSICS" is replaced with the text "Stay tuned for previews after the feature" above the Walt Disney Home Video logo. The music and spiel from the "Special Previews" logo on the alternate print of the 1992 Beauty and the Beast VHS plays under this. The Feature Presentation logo plays afterward and the 1992 clean Walt Disney Classics logo plays after it, making it the first post-1992 VHS in the official "Classics" line to use the "clean" logo.

After the movie, we see the 1984 Classics logo, but after the music finishes, we hear Mark Elliot saying "Please stay tuned for a preview of several Disney releases". After that the logo fades to the Walt Disney Home Video logo sans "HOME VIDEO", instead, it has the text "In Theatres Summer 1994" and Mark Elliot says "Coming to movie theatres next summer." All the while, a remix of the 1986 WDHV logo (like on the 1992 101 Dalmatians VHS) plays under it. A trailer for The Lion King plays afterward, the same one featured on the VHS of Aladdin.

After the trailer for The Lion King and before trailers for Pinocchio (edited from the 1992 re-release trailer) and The Muppet Movie, we see the same logo as before except the Laser font text says "Now Available". Mark Elliot says "Now available for you to own, from Walt Disney Home Video", there is no background music. After that, we see the "Also from Walt Disney Home Video" logo as seen on the VHS of Three Men and a Little Lady and trailers for Muppet Christmas Carol, The Great Muppet Caper andAladdin.

After the trailer for Aladdin, we see a repeat of the Walt Disney Classics logo which freezes after the spark turns the text yellow. Mark Elliot says "Thank you for purchasing this Disney classic on videocassette, we hope you purchase any upcoming release featured on this tape in the near future." during the logo.

DuckTales The Movie: Treasure of the Lost Lamp (February 1993 re-issue): A modified version of the "1992 Holiday Season" appears but it reads "Coming to Theaters Spring 1993", this is shown before a trailer for A Far Off Place.

After that, we see the Coming to Home Video screen from The Rescuers but Marc Elliot says "And coming this March to home video". There is no background music. This precedes the trailer for Pinocchio. More variants for this coming soon!

Felix the Cat: The Movie (Early 1993 re-issue): The Walt Disney Home Video 1987 non-USA logo plays but the clips are replaced with clips from Pinocchio, Bambi, The Love Bug, The Parent Trap, The Little Mermaid and Fantasia. There is also a Special Previews bumper with the CGI Felix head saying "Stay tuned for some more great announcements after my movie!"

some Jim Henson Video tapes (Buena Vista; 1992-1996): The background is the same as the Jim Henson Feature Presentation logo as used on JHV tapes distributed by Buena Vista Home Video, but there are a few differences. The Feature Presentation text is replaced with "Feature Program" in a similar text. The Feature Program logo music, even the announcer, is the same as the one heard on "Wish Upon a Starfish" 1995 VHS. This also appeared on 1994-1996 VHS releases of The Muppet Show.

The Swan Princess (1995 VHS): The 1992-1996 Jim Henson Video "Feature Presentation" logo plays, but the music is the first few notes to the Sesame Street 1993 Funding Credits. The background is navy blue, rather than it's usual blue tone. The letters also draw out the words "Feature Presentation" a la 1992 Walt Disney Classics Feature Presentation logo. The announcer is the same as in the JHV FP logo.

Disney Sing-Along Songs: Far Longer Than Forever (January 31, 1995): After the FBI Warning Screens, we see a still picture of "Coming Soon to Videocassette" logo as seen on some prints of "The Lion King", except the words read "Coming to Theaters". The music is the same as the "Coming to Theaters from Walt Disney Pictures" logo from the 1990 United States tape of "Peter Pan".

After the trailer for "Pocahontas", the same "Coming Soon to Videocassete" logo plays.

After the trailer for "The Lion King", the "Now on Videocassette" logo pays, but the music is exactly the saem as the one heard on "Beauty and the Beast" where the 1991 FP logo plays and the announcer says "Now on Walt Disney Home Video".

After the trailers for "Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection", "The Brave Little Toaster", "Walt Disney Family Film Collection" and the commercial for Pizza Hut plays, the Jim Henson Feature Program logo plays. Instead of "Muppet Classic Theater" music, the spiel and music is exactly the same as the one heard on Alvin and the Chipmunks' "Kong" and "Back to Alvin's Future".

The Gummi Bears Take America (March 1, 1995): The Feature Program logo is written in 'Occidental' font. The announcer sounds the same as the one heard on the "Disney Favorite Stories" variation. The music is an acapella choir singing the American Anthem ("Star Spangled Banner"). The United States flag is the background for the Feature Program logo.

Total Drama Island (1999 VHS): After the previews comes a very rare Feature Program logo. On a background of Camp Wawanakwa, the text "Feature Program" zooms in (a la "Feature Program" logo from "DSAS: Honor to us All") on a Samdan font, which was also used on Total Drama's logo. The music is the same as the 1994-2000 Feature Program logos from Disney (especially Alvin and the Chipmunk tapes like "Kong!").

Total Drama World Tour (North American Buena Vista Home Video Tape): After the previews of 2003-04 releases from Disney, there is a "Join Us After The Program" logo, customized for TDWT. The announcer says "Be sure to join us, right after the program for a never-before seen Alternate Ending to see what would happen if Alejandro won TDWT. Then, be sure to catch a promo for "Total Drama: Revenge of the Island!"". After that, the Feature Program logo, as used on the 2002 VHSs of "Spiderman" and "School House Rock", plays.

Run Joey Run (2000): Before the 1997 Warning Screens, the CVD logo from the Thai 1989 VHS of "The Little Mermaid" plays. After that, and the warnings, the Touchstone Home Video logo plays, but Angels dance to the snake formation of the logo. After Primus' music video for "Mr. Kringle" plays, the "Feature Presentation" logo plays, but the 1992 WDHV plays on a xylophone as the letters "F E A T U R E P R E S E N T A T I O N" fly to form the words "Feature Presentation". The announcer is Steven Burns, the original host for Blue's Clues. After that, the intro to the film plays as Blue, Steven, Perriwinkle, and Magenta, stand where Sorcerer Mickey stood during the 1988 Walt Disney Classics logo. As the music starts, the montage of dogs play. Near the end, the text reads "Disney Presents: RUN JOEY RUN!".

Twiggy's Adventures of "The Little Mermaid" (1996): Same as the Winnie the Pooh Playtime FP logo (i.e. Green background, and white text), but a snippet of "Under the Sea" plays, while the announcer is a female. She says "And Now, Our Feature Program!"

Twiggy Graduates (1999 VHS): The Winnie the Pooh Feature Program logo from "Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree" (1994 VHS) plays, but the background is gold, and instead of the Winnie the Pooh 1966 Music Spiel, Pomp and Circumstance plays. The announcer is the same as the one heard on the Disney Favorite Stories videos.

Oliver and Company (TV Series): This show gets their own customized Feature Program logo. On a red background, the words, in white, read "Feature Program". The music is the high-pitched version of "The Prince and The Pauper" intro music (as heard on the Disney Favorite Stories promos) with the female saying "And Now, Our Feature Program!"

lukesams {C Bambi (July 12, 1995 Masterpiece Collection re-issue): Just after the green FBI screens, we see a still picture of the 1992 WDHV "Feature Presentation" logo, but "Feature Presentation" reads "Coming to Theatres this August". In this version, we hear the audio from the "Coming to Theatres from Walt Disney Pictures" logo as seen on the 1990 VHS print of Peter Panand Mark Elliot says "Coming to theatres this August from Walt Disney Pictures." This comes before the trailer for A Kid in King Arthur's Court.

{C After the VHS trailer for Cinderella and a Pizza Hut commercial, we see a still picture of the 1984 Walt Disney Classics logo, but "THE CLASSICS" is replaced with "NOW AVAILABLE FROM". The spiel and music from the "Now on Videocassette" logo as seen on the 1994 Masterpiece Collection VHS of Mary Poppins plays under this. This comes before the VHS trailer for The Lion King.

{C After the VHS trailer for The Lion King, we see a still picture of the 1994 Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection logo, but "MASTERPIECE COLLECTION" is replaced with "Stay Tuned After the Feature" in the Laser font. The music from the "Special Previews" logo as seen on the 1992 VHS print of Father of the Bride plays under this and Mark Elliot says "Stay tuned right after the feature for more exciting previews from Disney!"

{C After that, the 1992 WDHV "Feature Presentation logo plays, but the background is red gradient.

After the movie, we see a still picture of the 1986 WDHV logo, but "HOME VIDEO" is replaced with "Coming to Videocassette this January" in a white Laser font. There is no background music and Brian Cummings says "Don't miss another Favorite Stories video coming this January from Walt Disney Home Video". This comes before the VHS trailer for Disney's Favorite Stories: Three Little Pigs.

{C Disney's Sing-Along Songs: A New World (April 23, 1990): After the Red/White FBI warning screens, we see a photo of the 1989 WDHV FP logo, but "FEATURE PRESENTATION" reads "COMING FROM WALT DISNEY HOME VIDEO". The music from the 1989 FP logo seen on the 1989 VHS print of The Boatniks plays under this and Mark Elliot says "Don't miss two Disney classics coming soon from Walt Disney Home Video." This comes before the VHS trailer for The Little Mermaid.

After the VHS trailer for Peter Pan, we see a picture of the 1986 WDHV logo, but "HOME VIDEO" reads "Coming this October". The music from the 1991 WDHV logo as seen in the 1992 VHS print of 101 Dalmations plays under this and Mark Elliot says "Don't miss a new Cartoon Classics video coming this October." This comes before the trailer for Walt Disney Cartoon Classics Vol. 13: Donald's Scary Tales.

After a Pepsi commercial, we see a picture of the 1989 WDHV FP logo, but "FEATURE PRESENTATION" reads "STAY TUNED FOR MORE PREVIEWS". The music from the 1990s Jim Henson Video logo plays under this and Mark Elliot says "Stay tuned after the movie for more previews from Walt Disney Home Video." The 1989 WDHV FP logo plays afterward.

After the movie, we see a picture of the 1980s HBO Video logo, but "HBO" reads "COMING" and "VIDEO" reads "THIS DECEMBER". The music from the 1980s HBO Video logo plays under this and Mark Elliot says "Don't miss another Mini-Classic coming this December." This comes before the VHS trailer for The Small One.

After the VHS trailer for The Small One, the 1986 WDHV logo plays, but the text is blue and when the music finishes, the logo freezes and Mark Elliot says "Thanks for buying this Sing-Along Songs tape. We hope you will enjoy purchasing any upcoming releases as seen in this tape in the future." The logo then fades out.

{C NickMatt94 {C DuckTales Video tapes (1994-1996): The 1992-1996 Jim Henson Video "Feature Program" logo plays, but the background is black, the words are orange, the shadow below the words is grey, and the music is the DuckTales theme.

{C Dumbo (1993, Classics re-issue): Just after the Green FBI warnings, we see a screen that is identical to the 1991 Feature Presentation logo, but the text reads "Coming to Theatres on Thanksgiving 1993". In this version, we hear the audio from the "Coming to Theatres from Walt Disney Pictures" logo as heard on the 1990 VHS print ofPeter Pan. This is shown before the trailer of The Nightmare Before Christmas.

{C After the trailer for The Nightmare Before Christmas and before the trailer for Aladdin, we see a screen similar to the 1992 "Coming to Home Video" logo from The Rescuers, but the text reads under the 1986 WDHV logo "Coming Soon to Videocassette". In this version, we hear the audio from the "Coming to Home Video" logo as heard on the 1992 alternate VHS print of Beauty and the Beast.

{C After the trailer for Aladdin, we see the 1986 Walt Disney Home Video with Mickey playing (along with "presents" in white) but Mark Elliot says over it "Walt Disney Home Video asks you to stay tuned after our feature presentation for a look at more special previews from Walt Disney Home Video." The screen then flips to show a black screen that reads "Special Previews After Our Feature Presentation from Walt Disney Home Video" in a red Laser font.

{C After that, we see the 1992 "Feature Presentation" logo in the same background as the 1989 "Feature Presentation" logo's background. If you look closer, you can see a yellow spark writing the words "Feature Presentation".

After the movie, we see the "Also from Walt Disney Home Video" logo from Three Men and a Little Lady, but Mark Elliot says "Now available from Walt Disney Home Video!" in a cheerful tone. This is shown before the trailers for Pinocchio and Beauty and the Beast.

One Magic Christmas (1993 print): Before the movie, we see the 1992 Feature Presentation logo in a red background with a Mickey-Mouse-shaped Christmas wreath. If you look closer, you can see a yellow spark writing the words "Feature Presentation". The background came from the end credits of Disney's Sing-Along Songs: Twelve Days of Christmas.

Recess 2: School's Out Again (2002, Direct-to-Video): After the previews on the VHS, the 2001-2002 Feature Presentation logo plays, but clips from Disney's Recessare seen on the frames. When the fireworks appear, Mark Elliot says "And now, our feature presentation, Recess 2: School's Out Again!"

One Magic Christmas (2001 Re-issue): On the VHS, after the blue FBI Warning screens and the black variant of the Walt Disney Home Entertainment logo, the "Coming Soon to Theaters" logo from the era is red, white, and green. This is shown before the Lilo and Stitch and Peter Pan in Return to Neverland previews.

After the Peter Pan in Return to Neverland preview, the "Coming Soon to Own on Video & DVD" logo from the era is used, but in the style of the "Coming Soon to Theaters" logo. This is shown before the preview of the VHS and DVD releases of Atlantis: The Lost Empire.

After the preview of the VHS and DVD releases of Atlantis: The Lost Empire, the "Now Available to Own" bumper from the Disney's Sing-Along Songs: Twelve Days of Christmas and Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed In at the House of Mouse 2001 VHS tapes is used, but the text that reads "Now Available to Own" is in a red Laser font. This is shown before the Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed In at the House of Mouse, Recess Christmas: Miracle on 3rd Street, and Santa Who previews.

After the previews, the "Join Us After the Feature" bumper is used, but the text is in a red Brush Script font and the background is a picture of a Christmas tree. Mark Elliot says "Stay tuned after the feature for more great previews."

After that, the "Feature Presentation" logo from the 1993 VHS of One Magic Christmas is used, but the text is green and the audio from the "Feature Program" logo in the 1999 VHS of Spot's Magical Christmas plays over the logo, but Mark Elliot says "And now, our Feature Presentation!" in a cheerful tone.

After the movie, the "Also from Walt Disney Home Video" logo from the 1991 VHS of Three Men and a Little Lady is used, but the words "ALSO FROM" are white and the announcer says "Now on Walt Disney Home Video!". This is shown before the Rollie Pollie Ollie: A Jingle Jangle Holiday, and Dumbo 60th Anniversary Edition previews. The 2001 print of One Magic Christmas is one of the last VHS tapes to use the 1986 Walt Disney Home Video logo.

Gabkat2007:Disney Sing-Along Songs: Rock-a-Doodle - Sun Do Shine (December 1994): After the VHS preview for The Brave Little Toaster, we see a still picture of the lilac blue "Feature Presentation" bumper, except "Feature Presentation" is replaced with "Feature Program". The 1989 Feature Presentation music plays under this and the announcer, Mark Elliot, says "And now, our feature program!"

Disney's Brand Spankin' New Drakey the Dragon (1996): After the 1996 VHS preview for Disney's Favorite Stories, we see the Jim Henson "Feature Program" bumper, but the background is lavender. Also, the music is from the 1991 Walt Disney Home Video logo and the voiceover sounds the same as the one who says "And now, our feature program" on the opening titles of the 1993 VHS tapes of Ariel's Undersea Adventures and Adventures in Wonderland.

The 1986 Walt Disney Home Video logo plays after, but Sorcerer Mickey is replaced by Drakey the Dragon. When the Walt Disney logo and the words "HOME VIDEO" shine, a spark writes the word "Presents..." in a red Laser font.

Disney's Drakey the Dragon: The Great Dragon Race (1997): After the VHS preview for The Toys Who Saved Christmas, we see a screen similar to the Dreamworks "Feature Presentation" logo, but the background is dark blue and "OUR FEATURE PRESENTATION" is replaced by the words "Stay Tuned After our Feature". Also, the voiceover says "Stay tuned after our feature for more movie previews" in a calm tone.

The screen fades to another starry background with the words "Feature Program" shining. The voiceover says "And now, our feature program" in a calm tone. The music in both the "Stay Tuned After the Feature" and "Feature Program" screens was taken from the copyright screen at the end of Mickey's Magical World.

The Drakey the Dragon variant of the 1986 Walt Disney Home Video logo plays after.

Disney's Drakey the Dragon: We Wish You a Drakey Christmas (1996): The "Feature Program" logo is written in the Happy Holidays font. The Disney logo is shown above and the background is white with holly around it. The music is "We Wish You a Merry Christmas" (as heard at the end credits of the Spanish version of Disney's Sing-Along Songs: Very Merry Christmas Songs. A voiceover says "And now, our feature program!" in a cheerful tone. The Drakey the Dragon variant of the 1986 Walt Disney Home Video logo logo plays after, but Drakey is dressed up as Santa Claus and it's snowing at the end of the logo. Disney's Drakey the Dragon: Escape to Dragon Island (1998): After the preview for Beauty and the Beast: Belle's Magical World, there is a "Stay Tuned After the Feature" logo customized for the VHS. The announcer says "Stay tuned after the program for a never-before-seen animated Bugz episode 'Super Fly', where Fred the Fly dreams of becoming a superhero." The "Feature Program" logo from the Alvin and the Chipmunks videos plays after.

The Aristocats (1993, Classics print): Just after the green FBI Warning screens, we see a screen that is identical to the 1992 "Coming to Videocassette" logo, but the text reads "Coming Only to Theaters on Thanksgiving 1993 from Touchstone Pictures". In this version, we hear the music from the "Special Previews" logo from the 1992 VHS of Beauty and the Beast and an unknown announcer saying "Coming only to theaters on the thanksgiving of 1993, a brand-new holiday classic from Touchstone Pictures." This is shown before the preview of The Nightmare Before Christmas. After the trailer for The Nightmare Before Christmas and before the trailer for Aladdin, we see another screen similar to the 1992 "Coming to Videocassette" logo, but the text reads "Coming Soon to Videocassette from Walt Disney Home Video". In this version, we hear the 1989 "Feature Presentation" music and the unknown announcer says "Coming soon to videocassette from Walt Disney Home Video." This is shown before the trailer for Aladdin. After that, we see the "Now Available on Videocassette" logo from the 1994 VHS of Alice in Wonderland, but the music is from the 1989 "Feature Presentation" logo and the announcer says "Don't miss this exciting release that you'll find at your favorite video rental store." This is shown before the trailer for Pinocchio. After that, we see the "Special Previews" logo from the 1992 VHS of Father of the Bride, but the words "Buena Vista" are replaced by "Walt Disney". Also, the announcer says "Join us right after the feature presentation for more great previews from Walt Disney Home Video." The "Feature Presentation" logo from the 1992 VHS of Father of the Bride plays after. After the movie, we see the "Also from Walt Disney Home Video" logo from Three Men and a Little Lady, but an unknown announcer says "Also available from Walt Disney Home Video." The previews for Beauty and the Beast and Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey play after.

Alvin and the Chipmunks: Lost in Space (1993): We start with the green FBI Warning screens from 1991. The Buena Vista Home Video logo is indigo and takes place in a starfield similar to the 1990 DiC logo. The "Now on Video" logo is in the style of the 1993 "Feature Program" logo from Alvin and the Chipmunks videos. The music and sounds are the same as the "Now Available on Videocassette" logo from the 1994 VHS of Alice in Wonderland. The preview for the Alvin and the Chipmunks videos follows after. The "Feature Program" logo zooms out on the same font as the main title for Star Wars. The background is a starfield similar to the 1990 DiC logo.

Bugz: Beauty and the Bees (1997), Bugz: One Dozen and One Larvae (1997), Bugz: Ladybug and the Champ (1997), and Bugz: The Fox and the Housefly (1998): The Timon and Pumbaa "Feature Program" logo zooms out quickly. The music is from the 1991 Walt Disney Home Video logo and the voiceover is Paul Winchell (the voice of Tigger in Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too).

Bugz: The Movie (1997, 1998 VHS): We start with the green FBI Warning screens from 1997 and the 1986 Walt Disney Home Video logo. Then, we see a screen similar to the "Stay Tuned After the Feature" logo, but there is no text zooming in. Instead, a green leaf zooms in, and when the screen flashes, the background turns dark green and words "JOIN US AFTER THE FEATURE" appear on the top of the screen and "AN EXCLUSIVE SNEAK PEEK" at the bottom. The announcer says "Be sure to join us after the feature presentation for a sneak peek at an all-new, upcoming motion picture featuring bugs, from Disney and Pixar". After the logo fades out, a still version of the "Coming Soon to Theaters" logo fades in, but the text reads "Coming to Theaters Summer 1998" and the announcer says "And now, here's a preview of what's coming to theaters on the summer of 1998." Lightning strikes the logo, seguing to the official trailer for Mulan. After the preview for Mulan, we see the "Now Available to Own on Videocassette" logo from the era, but the announcer says "Look for these exciting releases that you'll find at your favorite video store!" The previews for The Brave Little Toaster Goes to Mars and Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection play after. After the preview for the Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection, the "Coming Soon to Rent on Video" logo from the 1998 VHS of Armageddon plays, but the text reads "OUR FEATURE PRESENTATION" and the voiceover says "And now, Disney is proud to present 'Bugz: The Movie'!"

Disney's Sing-a-Long Songs: Pongo and Perdita (1996, 1997 print): The "Feature Program" logo takes place on a light grey background with Dalmatian spots. The words "Feature Program" in a Kidprint font zoom out. The music is the "Disney's Sing-a-Long Songs" theme and the female voiceover says "And now, our feature program."

Drakey the Dragon: The Movie (1995, 1996 VHS): Just after the green FBI Warning screens, the standard gold 1992 WDHV logo, but with an hip-hop remix of Drakey the Dragon theme.

After the 1992 WDHV logo and before the trailer for The Associate, we see the screen similar to the 1992 "Feature Presentation" logo from cartoon releases, but the text reads "Coming Soon to a Theater Near You!". In this version, we hear the 1989 "Feature Presentation" music and the unknown announcer says "Coming soon to a theater near you from Hollywood Pictures" This is shown before the trailer for The Associate.

After that, we see the "Now on Videocassette" logo from the 1994 VHS of Alice in Wonderland, but the music is from the 1989 "Feature Presentation" logo and the announcer says "Don't miss this exciting release that you'll find at your favorite video rental store." This is shown before the trailer for Mary Poppins.

After that, we see the screen similar to the 1992 "Feature Presentation" logo from cartoon releases, but the text reads "Now Available on CD & Cassette" in the Laser font. In this version, we hear the 1989 "Feature Presentation" music and Mark Elliot saying "Now Available on CD & Cassette from Walt Disney Records". This is shown before the promo for Drakey the Dragon: The Movie: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack.

After that, we see the Special Previews logo from Beauty and the Beast, but with the wording reading "Stay Tuned For More After The Feature From Walt Disney Home Video". The music is same as the 1992 "Special Previews" logo from the 1992 VHS of Beauty and the Beast but with Mark Elliot saying "Stay tuned for more future releases after the feature from Walt Disney Home Video and the original theatrical trailer". The 1992 Feature Presentation logo for cartoon releases play after.

After the movie, we see the wording reading "COMING SOON FROM WALT DISNEY HOME VIDEO". Mark Elliot say "Coming soon from Walt Disney Home Video". The previews for the 1996 re-release of Return To Snowy River and Ducktales the Movie: Treasure of the Lost Lamp play after.

After the trailer for Ducktales the Movie, we see the wording reading "COMING SOON FROM WALT DISNEY PICTURES". Mark Elliot saying "Coming soon from Walt Disney Pictures". This was shown before the trailer of That Darn Cat.

After the trailer of That Darn Cat, the 1986 WDHV logo animates as usual, but "HOME VIDEO" is replaced by "THEATRICAL TRAILER" in the same color as "HOME VIDEO". Mark Elliot saying "Walt Disney Home Video presents... an original theatrical trailer!" This was shown before the original theatrical trailer of Drakey the Dragon: The Movie.

After the original theatrical trailer, the gold WDHV logo with an hip-hop remix of Drakey the Dragon theme at the very end. Plus after the theme song, the logo freezes and Mark Elliot saying "We hope you to your future releases from Walt Disney Home Video".

Darkwing Duck And The Masked Duck Team(2012): The 1991 Full Green FBI Warnings Appear.

The Special Preview Logo Is Eaten By Gosalyn In Slime Form, Forming A Slime Version. The Director From Logo Bloopers(Voiced By Mark Elliot) Says:"Oh, Crud".

The Previews Are In G-Major, But The Audio Is Not Inverted.

The Dark Blue Feature Presentation Logo Plays Remade.

After A Trailer For The Good Guys, The 1980-1984 Logo Plays But Darkwing Duck Swoops In And Says:"CUT! It's 2012 And VHS Tapes With You In Them Have Been Burned", Then The End Of The Logo Is Cut Off, The "They Seriously Used This?!" Logo Plays And ScroogeMcDuck Says:"It's 2012 And You Are Dead!". And The Ring In Space Logo Plays. This Is Followed By The Vestron Video Logo.

The Leech Burgular (1987, WDMC VHS from May 1997): After the green Warning screens, the Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection logo plays, but Tinker Bell does not appear at all.

The 1994 "Coming Soon to Theatres" logo plays, but there is a question mark at the end of "THEATRES" and the announcer loses his concentration and is confused. This was shown before the theatrical trailer for Hercules.

Then, the "Coming Soon to Own on Videocassette" logo plays, but the background has a red question mark behind the text and the announcer sounds confused. The trailer for The Hunchback of Notre Dame plays after.

After that, the "Now Available from Disney Interactive" logo plays, but the words are jumbled-up and the announcer sounds confused. The preview for The Leech Burgular for SNES and Sega Genesis plays after.

Then, a "Special Preview After the Feature" plays in the style of the "whoosh-BANG!" bumpers, but the text rotates upside-down and the announcer says "Woah! Please join us right after the feature to see what's available on videocassette?" The text fades to "FEATURE PRESENTATION", but it is slanted and the announcer says "And now, enjoy the feature presentation?"

After the movie, a "Now Available to Own on Videocassette" logo plays, but the text flips over and the announcer sounds confused. The trailer for Toy Story plays after.

Rhode Montijo's The Gumazing Gum Girl: The First Epic Movie (2023, WDMC VHS from May 2024. If WDSHE decided to continue VHS's after 2006): After the green Warning screens, the Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection logo plays, but Tinker Bell is replaced with Rico Gomez.

The "Coming Soon to Theatres" logo plays, but "THEATRES" is pink. This was shown before the theatrical re-release trailer for Hercules.

Then, the "Coming Soon to Own on Videocassette" logo plays, but the background is pink. The trailer for The Hunchback of Notre Dame plays after.

Then, "Now Available to Own on Videocassette" logo plays, but the text is pink. The trailer for Toy Story plays after.

After that, the "Now Available from Disney Interactive" logo plays, but the text is blue and the background is replaced with the image showing Gabby Gomez hanging on the tree. The preview for Rhode Montijo's The Gumazing Gum Girl: The First Epic Movie for Nintendo Switch plays after.

Then, a "Special Preview After the Feature" plays in the style of the "whoosh-BANG!" bumpers, but the text made out of pink gum and the announcer says "Please join us right after the feature for the secret origins of the Gumazing Gum Girl." The text fades to "FEATURE PRESENTATION", but it is pink and the announcer says "And now, enjoy the feature presentation."

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the mr. men and little miss christmas special (1989): on the 2004 VHS, the walt disney home entertainment logo plays from the 2004, but it's snowing and space is replaced with nighttime sky. it aslo zooms from the W instead of the D. it segues to a sneak peeks menu play all the movie dvd trailer with coming soon to dvd and video at the start. after the trailer, it segues to the crash candiboot trailer with coming soon to gametime at the start then segues to the feature presatation logo from 2000. it goes to the show.

Pixar Short Films Collection Volume 4 (2024): the 2004 logo is used, but "Walt" and "HOME ENTERTAINMENT" is dropped.

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