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Background: The Ultimate Enterprise Studios was formed in 1964 by Crystal Shinymew Franks (not Mae Franks. Just the different) as Ultimate Enterprise Studios Corporation, renamed The Ultimate Enterprise Studios in 1975, sold to her sister, Maria Shinymew Franks for a while in 1985, and went popular on 2006. The Ultimate Enterprise Studios participates in shows and movies such as Go Go Maki! (1987), Snap's World (1984), Myuui (1986), Rocket Launch To Space (2015), Starlight (1986), Chalkzone: The Movie (2012), Light Up (2009), Robot Chicken: The Movie (2011), Medical Challenge Pole Damage: The Movie (2018), Pen Pal (2015), Pocky & Rocky (1992), Sky Light (2003), Robot Carnival (a promoted movie available exclusively at K-Mart in 1986), Fire Prince (another promoted cartoon available exclusively at Safeway, Blimpie, and Sears in 1987), Howl's Moving Castle (another promoted cartoon available exclusively at Walmart or other stores in 2004), and Gotta Catch Her! (another promoted cartoon available exclusively at Walmart and Food City from 2011).

1st Logo (1964-1975)

Logo: This is not really a logo, only an in-credit disclaimer. We see:

ULTIMATE ENTERPRISE STUDIOS CORPORATION

presents

But at the end of the film, it simply reads:

released by

ULTIMATE ENTERPRISE STUDIOS CORPORATION

FX/SFX: None.

Music/Sounds: The film's opening/closing theme.

Availability: Exinct. Seen on TV movies from this era, but this logo keeps on geting plastered by future logos all the time.

Editor's Note: None.

2nd Logo (1975-1983)

Nicknames: "Way to go, you!", "The Sam Webster Logo", "Sam"

Logo: On a white background, we see the words "An Ultimate Enterprise Studios Production". We zoom out to the bulgey animated version of Sam Webster. When the camera did it, he said his catchphrase "Way to go, you!"

FX/SFX: The camera zooming out.

Music/Sounds: Sam Webster saying "You just watched an Ultimate Enterprise Studios production." followed by "Way to go, you!" as the camera zooms out.

Availability: Extinct. Same reason above.

Editor's Note: None.

3rd Logo (1983-1989))

Nicknames: "The Boring Logo", "The 70's Ultimate Enterprise Studios", "Where's Sam?"

Logo: We see the white words "The Ultimate Enterprise Studios" on a light blue background. The words "A Crystal Franks Productions Inc Company" is seen below it.

FX/SFX: None.

Music/Sounds: The film's opening/closing theme or none.

Availability: Extinct. See above.

Editor's Note: None.

4th Logo (1984-1988)

Nicknames: "The Ultimate Enterprise Studios in Space!?", "The 80's Ultimate Enterprise Studios",

Logo: We see the yellow words "The Ultimate Enterprise Studios" on a starry background. The words "A Crystal Franks Productions Inc Company" is seen below it.

Variants:

  • On promotional releases of Robot Carnival, the company's name is blue, and below the logo are the words "Sponsored by" with the K-Mart logo after the word "by".
  • On promotional releases of Fire Prince, the company's name is white, the background is rainbow gradient, the byline is in the Brush Script font, and below the logo are the words "SPONSORED BY" with the Safeway logo (if available at Safeway), the Blimpie logo (if available at Blimpie), or the Sears logo (if available at Sears) after the word "BY".

FX/SFX: Stars animating.

Music/Sounds: None, but on most cases, the twinkling can be heard

Availability: Seen on releases from the era such as Mollie and Dracwinkle, Pocky & Rocky, Chibi Maki, Snap's World, and Shavers!. This logo was last seen on Ally and the Flowers on USA Cartoon Express.

Editor’s Note: None.

5th Logo (1987-2003, 2007-)

Nicknames: "Snap", "Another Boring Logo"

Logo: On a blue background with a deep black ball, we see Snap in his 1980-1998 appearance, some stars, and the blue word "The Ultimate Enterprise Studios". The words "A Crystal Franks Productions Inc Company" is seen below it.

Variants:

  • On The New Army, Snap is replaced by Muton and the logo is red instead of blue.
  • On some episodes of the Lenny & Fred Party series, Snap appears in the 80's clothing dancing to the music.
  • On Where's Dinner, A Plate Is In The Logo.
  • On Medical Challenge Pole Damage, Snap wears the doctor's suit. On the final episode, he is hooked on life support on a hospital bed throughout the last credit roll. The credits run as usual over a picture Snap, with life support equipment attached on either side. You can hear the beeps of the heart monitor over the end theme, too. After the credits complete, the company name fades in and Snap flatlines and dies, with a long, high-pitched beep heard. This variation is especially rare, as reruns of the finale plastered it over with the typical credits.
  • Ultimate Studio Teenz had the "a ULTIMATE STUDIO Company" byline.
  • On The Battle Band Show, Snap usually shouts "Sayonara!" in Tama's voice.On the English-language dub, he says "Goodbye!" instead.
  • On Inspector Gadget, Snap transforms into his helicopter form and flies away. Then it cuts to the DiC logo.
  • On Harold and the Purple Crayon, Snap flies out and a purple crayon on his hand.
  • On the 2011 anime. Kabutashi Man!, Snap (now in his 2009-present appearance) gives a thumbs up.
  • On Totally Luckyman!, Snap stands on the logo as his cape waves onscreen.
  • On the Star Fox animated series, Fox McCloud appears in the logo, replacing Snap.
  • On Chalkzone, Snap (in his 1998-2009 appearance) usually shouts "Bye, Rudy!".
  • On Chalkzone: The Movie, the background is yellow and the text is red.
  • On Chalkzone: The Next Generation, Snap flies in and says "Thanks for watching this show!" to the viewers.
  • On A Very Lenny & Fred Christmas, Snap (in his Fred Restorerfish costume) comes in with Bob Whitehead (a person who works at Ultimate Enterprise Studios, and in his Lenny Restorerfish costume). Then, Snap says "Merry Christmas, Bob". and Bob says "Merry Christmas to you too, Snap". Then, Snap flies out, while Bob walks out. That logo appeared after the Monster Productions logo on December 24, 2012, January 10, 2013, and February 27, 2014 airings of A Very Lenny & Fred Christmas.
  • On the Chalkzone episode "The Big Blow Up" and The Fairly Oddparents episode "Channel Chasers", the white word "Television" replaces "Studios". This logo appeared after the Frederator logo on the June 15, 2004, July 27, 2006, and the January 30, 2008 airings of "The Big Blow Up" and the July 4, 2004 and October 20, 2007 airings of "Channel Chasers" on Nickelodeon and YTV, plastering the Nickelodeon Productions logo.
  • On 2013 film, The Magical Pokemon: Mew, Bob's new web series Lenny & Fred Megaforce, and the upcoming series Lenny & Fred: Ultimate Extreme Challenge!, Snap gets sick, his cheeks puffing out and vomits blue paint on the logo as the music abruptly stops and winds down. We hear a crowd yelling "EWWWWWWWWW!" and groaning in disgust as Snap gives a sick look and runs off. This variant is seen after the closing credits.
  • On the Chalkzone episode, Double Trouble, the video of Snap (in his 1998-2009 appearance) holding a microphone and sing "Midnight Train". Also, word "Television" replaces "Studio". This was seen on the December 15, 2008, and November 30, 2011 airings of the episode on Nickelodeon and YTV, plastering the Nickelodeon Productions logo. It is also intact after this episode on the 2008 DVD and Blu-Ray of The Very Best of Snap.
  • On promotional releases of Howl's Moving Castle, the background and text are green and next to Snap are the words "Sponsored by" with the Applebee's logo, the Church's Chicken logo, the Fox Wonders logo the Wal-Mart logo, and the Pepsi logo below "Sponsored by".
  • In Chalkzone Gets Magical, Snap (in his 1998-2009 appearance) jumps up and down. Then Rudy's voice yells "Snap, quit jumping up and down!". Snap then says "sorry!" and flies away.
  • On The Incredible League of Superheroes, Snap (in his 1998-2009 appearance), and Hypermonium (in his 2013-present appearance) were shaking hands on their own.
  • On Lenny & Fred Arcade Days, Snap (in his 1998-2009 appearance) was playing on a Coleco Tabletop Pac-Man Arcade Game.

Trivia: In 1984, Snap becomes an official mascot of the Ultimate Enterprise Studios.

FX/SFX: The animation done at Rolling Thunder Studios.

Music: None really, except the end theme of the show. Starting in 1986, a 4-note jingle was added. The sounds for the variants usually describes above.

Availability: Possibly Common, seen on releases from the era such as The Battle Band Show, Lenny & Fred's Arcade Days, Snap's World, The New Army, Alexandria, Party Man, and others. It only appeared on one movie in 1984, Mario Bros., where this logo debuted in. Since 2005, this logo is now spotted on the current airings of Chalkzone after the Frederator Studios logo, plastering the Nickelodeon Productions logo. The Medical Challenge Pole Damage variant is seen before the Mike Collington and His Band "Brick" logo.

Editor's Note: Snap is the one of favorites of many. The Medical Challenge finale variation may be extremely upsetting.

6th Logo (1987-2012)


Nicknames: "GLITTER! :D", "The Thing and the Face of Doom", "Evil Thing and Face", "Evil Ultimate Enterprise Studios", "The 90's Ultimate Enterprise Studios", "Extremely Scary Face", "PinchFace’s 2D Animated Cousin"

Logo: On a white background with glitter, which quickly changes to red, the yellow text "The Ultimate Enterprise Studios" zooms out in the teeth-like thing. When it goes to it's desired place, a mysterious flash occurs. The BG changes to black and the text becomes blue. Then the words "A Crystal Franks Productions Inc Company" appears below it. Suddenly, the distorted eyes and teeth that looks like a face from the from the Dynamikun logo appears out of nowhere and starts laughing like a alien.

Variants:

  • On Mega Man, the logo is in warp speed.
  • On the 2000 VHS release of Berlin, the logo is still and next to it on the left are the words "Sponsored by" with the Taco Bell logo below "Sponsored by".
  • Rarely enough, the glitter would sometimes be replaced with a Grid

Trivia: It made a surprising appearance in the early airing in the Pokémon episode "Island of the Giant Pokémon" in the US in 1998. It seems that there was an editing mistake. It appears that the Ultimate Enterprise Studios was having problems with the logos due to a possible lawsuit and used this logo. Luckily, in 1999, the 4Kids logo plastered this horrid logo in current airings of the show. Also, it is the last logo to be used until 2010.

FX/SFX: The zoom in, and the flash. For the Berlin variant, none.

Music/Sounds: It starts off with an eerie bass humming sound, which is joined by a rising synth chord. It's followed by An ominous, warbling Moog synthesizer piece followed by a alien laugher that sounds g-major-ish at the end. A Pop sound can be heard when the face appears.

Music/Sound Variants:

  • On the 2000 VHS release of Berlin, John DiMaggio (the voice talent of Bender from Futurama) says "In the presentation of Ultimate Enterprise Studios... sponsored by Taco Bell!" There is no music in the variant.
  • On Mega Man, the music is even faster and it’s held longer, the alien laughter is now warped than usual.
  • Sometimes, an announcer saying "In the presentation of Ultimate Enterprise Studios" can be heard.

Availability: Rare, seen on their shows such as Mega Man, Snap's World, Yuji Jitsu and Dynamo during the time. It was also seen on the VHS version of Berlin that was released in 2000.

Editor's Note: It was known to be considered one of the scariest logos created for an animation studio, thanks to the face along with its ominous effects. However, it's less scary for those who have expected to see it.

7th Logo (2012-2017)

Nicknames: "The Revival of the Ultimate Enterprise Studios", "Ultimate Enterprise Studios Returns!", "The 2010's Ultimate Enterprise Studios" "White Ball"

Logo: On a purple background, we see blue text "The Ultimate Enterprise Studios" appearing on the 3D white ball. The words "A Crystal Franks Productions Inc Company" is seen below it. In 2011, the ball was designed to look like a purple disco ball.

Variants:

  • On the trailer and TV spots of The Magical Pokémon: Mew, the Pokémon Mew flies across the logo. Mew is designed by Arkeis himself.
  • At the beginning of Good Kids, Sebastian the crab (from The Little Mermaid) appears out of nowhere and shouts "Come on, kids! Let's get musical!".
  • On I'm Likin' It!, the ball and the text are red and the background is yellow. Also, the logo animates like the McDonald's logo and the original music is replaced by an acapella singing "McDonalds! Ba-da-da-daa-daa! I'm lovin' it!".
  • On Gotta See Em' All!, the text appears in the Pokémon font.
  • On Sonic In The Action, The Text Appears In The Sega Font.
  • On the promotional releases of Gotta Catch Her!, the logo's background is blue. Also, the words "sponsored by" appears on the center as the Walmart logo (if available at Walmart) and the Food City logo (if available at Food City) appears below it.
  • Starting in 2016, the byline is now changed to "A ConnorWorks Entertainment Inc Company" with "ConnorWorks" In it's usual colors, this was used at the time when ConnorWorks Entertainment Inc bought Ultimate Enterprise Studios.

Trivia: It made an accidental appearance in the Bakugan: Guardian Invasion episode "Broken Spell" in the same fashion as the previous mistake.

FX/SFX: None.

Music/Sounds: The music was "Candy" by Aggro Santos. Some prints use the music "I Can Take You There" by Sean Kingston. At some points, the sounds for the variants usually describes above.

Availability: First seen on the trailer for Not Another Mystery Movie! and the 2014 film Chalkzone Go Wild!. Also seen on Snap's World: The Takeoff.

Editor's Note: None.

7th Logo (2017-)

Nicknames: 'The New Ultimate Enterprise" "It's Pixeline!"

Logo: TBA

Variants: TBA

FX/SFX: TBA

Music/Sounds: TBA

Availability: Current.

Editor’s Note: None.

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