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Sonic the Hedgehog (2007): The 2006 enhanced logo plays in reverse with the film's respective cue sounds (rumbling). Then, the shine of the torch becomes the shine of a chaos emerald floating in deep space.

Octodad Dadliest Catch: The Movie (2014): When the combo of Sony and Columbia Pictures logo plays, Octodad knocks down the Torch Lady.

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Geronimo Stilton: The Movie (2012): The 2006 enhanced logo plays, but

the Torch Lady is replaced with Thea Stilton, the pedestal is cheese-colored, and the SPE byline is in the Souvenir font in red. The music is also double pitched.

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Closing variant #1: Before the closing credits, a shortened version of the film's opening variant is seen, but the SPE byline is omitted, the Torch Lady is replaced with Esmeralda (a girl from Benjamin Stilton's school) holding the torch, and the words "The End" are on either side of her, in white and in a Brush Script font. The closing cue from Pal Joey (1957) plays over this logo.

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Closing variant #2: At the end of the closing credits, the "Released by Columbia Pictures" closing logo is seen, but it is tinted in yellow and "Released by" is in the Souvenir font.

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On the teaser trailer, the 2006 enhanced logo is tinted in yellow.

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On the theatrical trailer, it is the same as in the film's opening variant, but without the SPE byline.

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On the TV spots, it is the same as the theatrical trailer variant, but the Torch Lady is replaced with Miss Angel Paws (Benjamin Stilton's school teacher).

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Men in Black III (2012): The 2006 enhanced logo plays, except the Torch Lady wears the trademark MIB sunglasses, and like on Men in Black II, her torch flashes (like a neuralyzer).

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The Smurfs 2 (2013): The 2006 enhanced logo plays, but the Torch Lady is replaced with Smurfette as she appears in the Hanna-Barbera TV series, the pedestal and "COLUMBIA" text are blue, and the SPE byline is in white.

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The Thea Sisters Movie (2015): The 2006 enhanced logo plays, but Colette (one of the Thea Sisters) is in place of the Torch Lady, the pedestal is pink, and the SPE byline is in the Souvenir font in white. This was also on the trailer and TV spots.

The Magic School Bus Movie (2010): The 2006 enhanced logo plays usually, but the Torch Lady is replaced with Ms. Frizzle and "COLUMBIA" is in a Magic School Bus font.

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The Stickman Show (1986): The Drawing with Paint logo.
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The Berenstain Bears and the Creepy Old Castle (2008): The 1993 Columbia logo has the Torch Lady holding a flashlight. After a few seconds, we hear a clicking sound, then the logo dims and fades to black. This was only seen on the theatrical trailer and the teaser trailer. TV spots for the movie had Sister Bear holding the torch. On the film itself, the 2006 enhanced logo zooms to the pedestal.

Geronimo Stilton: The Kingdom of Fantasy (Summer 2011, USA): The 2006 enhanced logo plays, but Cackle, Queen of the Witches, is in place of the Torch Lady. Plus, she is sitting on her thorny throne in a view of the Kingdom of Witches and is not facing the screen. She is holding a flashing magic wand instead of a torch. This is the only logo shown before the movie (in Canada, however, the Alliance Films logo precedes this); the other logos (the original Columbia 2006 logo is shown, too) are shown after the end credits. On the theatrical trailer, the logo is set against the Kingdom of Dragons instead of the cloudy sky.

Cinema Concerto: The Musical (December 25, 1986): The 1981-1993 logo plays, but (since Coca-Cola owned Columbia at the time) the Torch Lady is holding a glass Coke bottle instead of the torch. A Coca-Cola byline is shown as well. The film's opening song plays over the logo.

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Sonic Riders: Zero Gravity (Summer 2009): The 2006 enhanced logo plays, but the SPE byline is written in a Sonic font.

On some TV spots, the Torch Lady rides over the clouds.

Sonic Riders (2008): The Torch Lady in the current logo is standing on a riding cart and the Torch Lady falls off of it.

The Dumb Bunnies Movie (2009): The 2006 enhanced logo plays, but Momma Dumb Bunny is in place of the Torch Lady and "COLUMBIA" is in a Dumb Bunnies font.

Rayman Raving Rabbids: The Movie (2007): The Torch Lady is replaced with a Rabbid, who is holding a toilet plunger instead of the torch. The word "COLUMBIA" is replaced with the word "RABBIDS" and the music is an 8-bit version with Rabbids singing the tune. When the logo's music is almost over, the Rabbid screams its trademark "DAAAAAAAAAAAAH!!!"

Kirby Super Star: The Movie (September 1997): The 1993 logo plays, but the Torch Lady is replaced with Kirby holding the torch. There are also a few differences: the "U" is different, the bottom of the Torch Lady can still be seen, the cloud colors aren't right, and Kirby couldn't reach.

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On a 2002 Pakistani release, the 1993 logo is plastered by the 2002 Al Miraj Films logo.

Touching Spirit Bear (2006): Normal logo, but the logo is light blue and flickers. It also looks ghostly.


Johnny Test Meets the Simpsons (2009): The 1976 logo plays, but Mary Test is in place of the Torch Lady.


The Office Movie (2008): The 1993 logo plays, but when the music is almost over, the logo turns into a noveau art looking version.

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Sitting Ducks: The Movie (2004): The 1993 logo plays usually, but it is tinted in blue and a wavy effect is seen during the logo.

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Super Mario 64: The Movie (2009): The 2006 enhanced logo plays, but the logo takes place on a sky background with grassy plains, and a Goomba replaces the Torch Lady, with the torch glued on the top of his head instead of holding it. Also, "COLUMBIA" and the SPE byline are in the Super Mario font.

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Time Travel (2009): The 1976 logo plays, but when it forms, the SPE byline fades in below, in the same font as "Columbia Pictures".

Journey to Funland (2002): When we see the Torch Lady's head, red, orange, and yellow rectangles fly out of the torch.

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The Adventures of Stupor Boy (2000): The logo is in the style of a scene on a comic book. Also, one of Stupor Boy's villains, the Lemon Mojo, replaces the Torch Lady.

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Goodnight Moon (2009): The logo is the same style as in the book. Also, a teddy bear replaces the Torch Lady, the lady's respective dress is excluded, the bear has a short blue blanket with yellow dots on it instead of the shawl in his hand and he holds a brown stick instead of the torch. A lightbulb is seen behind the stick.

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Lady Gaga's The Fame Movie (2010): The 2006 enhanced logo plays, but Lady Gaga replaces the Torch Lady. Also, a brown cane replaces the torch, Lady Gaga has the cane next to her instead of holding it, and we zoom from Lady Gaga's hand with no light emitting from it at the beginning instead of the torch.

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My Little Pony: The Alicorn Called Twilight (2013): Pinkie Pie replaces the Torch Lady and the logo is made in an Equestria style. Shout! Kids Factory edited out this variation when they owned Hasbro, but it is intact on the Blu-Ray release.

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My Little Pony: A Dragon and Pony Quest (2012): The 2006 enhanced logo plays but the logo takes place in Ponyville. Also, "COLUMBIA" is in rainbow which are the Mane 6's and Spike's coat colors.

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On the teaser trailer, the 2006 enhanced logo is purple.
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On the theatrical trailers, the Torch Lady is wearing Twilight Sparkle's crown that she stole!

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On TV spots, the logo is shown next to the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer logo and the Hasbro logo

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The Fatties Fart 2 (2008): The 2006 enhanced logo plays, except the Torch Lady looks fatter than usual and the music is a farting version of the 1993 fanfare.

Bill's Market (1983): The 1981 logo is purple and when it forms, the logo shakes for two seconds.

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The Hanger (1998): The 1993 logo turns orange after seven seconds.

Divas (2010): The logo takes place in a fashion show. The lady wears sunglasses and silver, sparkling clothing instead of her regular clothes. The torch is also silver. Her hair is the same as her's in the Grudge 2 variant, but blonde. There are also camera flashes in the background.

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Closing variant: The "Released by Columbia Pictures" logo is seen, but it is in a fashionable look with the shining and the background is white.

The Parrot Brothers (September 1994): The 1981 logo plays, but when it finishes, the SPE byline in orange fades in.

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Liz Wilson (2009): The logo plays but the Torch Lady has been replaced by Liz Wilson.

Cat Manners (1997): A recreation of the 1993 logo plays, but the clouds are blue, the word "COLUMBIA" is solid red, and the Torch Lady is replaced with a cat.

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Nella the Princess Knight: The Movie (2018): The 2014 Sony/Columbia combo logo plays usually, but Nella is in place of the Torch Lady.

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Christmas Island (2010): The Torch Lady is a Christmas angel wearing sunglasses, the pedestal is replaced with a palm tree decorated with Christmas ornaments and lights, and the logo takes place at a beach. Also, "Columbia" is in an orange Laser font, and the Sony Pictures byline is in a silver Arial Narrow font.

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On Theatrical Trailers 1 & 2, the logo is the same as the TV spot variant for The Water Horse: Legend of the Deep, but takes place at a beach. Also, the Sony Pictures byline is white.

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On the TV spots, the logo is the same as Theatrical Trailers 1 & 2, but without the Sony Pictures byline.

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Mario Bros. Playhouse (2008): The 2006 enhanced logo plays, but the logo takes place in space, with Mario (from New Super Mario Bros.) replacing the Torch Lady, with the torch in his right hand. Also "COLUMBIA" and the byline are in the Arial font.

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The Crazy Jumping Cows (1965): The 1954 version of the 1936 logo plays, but cows are jumping over the Torch Lady.

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Twelve Dreams (2007): The 2006 enhanced logo plays, but a star flies over the Torch Lady at the end.

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Danger Island (1982): The 1981 logo plays, but the words "Columbia" and "Pictures" don't appear.

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Danger Island: Part II (1989): The short version of the 1981 logo plays, but the words "Columbia" and "Pictures" don't appear.

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Escape From Danger Island (1992): The 1976 logo plays, but it is skinny.

The Search for Rick (2007): The 2006 enhanced logo is green.

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At the end of the film, the background turns from black to white and we see the "Released by COLUMBIA PICTURES" logo, but the background is white, the text is black, the words "COLUMBIA PICTURES" are replaced with "COLUMBIA" as seen in the 2006 enhanced logo, and the print logo is replaced with the Torch Lady also seen in the 2006 enhanced logo, but the clouds and pedestal are excluded and no light emits from the torch.

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East Fry (2010): The 1976 logo is seen, but when it finishes, the SPE byline fades in and a thunderstorm strikes the logo, seguing in the opening titles. Also, the logo has an old film look.

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At the end of the movie, the "Released by Columbia Pictures" logo is seen, but the print logo is replaced with the print version of the "Sunburst" logo and the words "Columbia Pictures" are in the 1976-1993 Columbia Pictures font. On trailers and TV spots for the film, the 1976 logo is cut-shortened and the sunburst is red instead of blue.

Christmas Camp (2012): A still picture of the Christmas Island variation is used.

Hanna 2 (2012): The current logo has the face of Saoirse Ronan's character from the prequel (which was not co-produced by Columbia) replacing the Torch Lady's face. Also, there are gunshots in the background. The music is the Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore variant of "Get This Party Started". This is preceded by the Focus Features logo also customized for the movie.

Spymice (June 14, 1996): The 1993 logo animates as usual, but it is in black and white and the word "COLUMBIA" is in the Futura font.

Spymice: The Black Paw (September 2012) and Spymice: For Your Paws Only (Summer 2014): The 2006 enhanced logo is in black and white and the clouds are replaced with a silhouetted Washington skyline on a midnight blue starry background. Also, a teal light is surrounding the logo and the byline is blood red. On the trailers for the films, the Universal and Columbia logos (the pedestal and light are excluded in the Columbia logo) are superimposed over the Revolution Studios logos, and then fade away, leaving the Revolution Studios logo intact. Suddenly, the Revolution Studios logo turns blood red and a laser comes from the gyroscope and straight at us, Then the camera pulls back into a smokey blood red background with lasers around, and then it shatters into an opening scene.

Native Son (May 30, 1997): The 1993 logo plays, but the clouds are replaced with the flag of the USA.

Qoo La La (2004): The 1993 logo animates as usual, but the Torch Lady holds an "H2Qoo" bottle instead of the torch. Also, the logo has more color than usual.

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Qoo: 10 Years (2009): The 2006 enhanced logo plays, but when the music finishes, the text and byline fade out and the Torch Lady throws away the torch. Then, the Torch Lady morphs into a square and the square shakes and explodes to reveal the Qoo mascot. After that, the Qoo mascot uses the drinking glass filled with orange juice and drinks it. Finally, the Qoo mascot turns his head around and says "Qoooooo!" with his mouth closed.

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On the teaser trailer, the Qoo mascot (dressed as the Torch Lady) replaces the Torch Lady. Also, the logo is "toony".

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On the theatrical trailers, the logo is "toony".

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On TV spots, the Torch Lady holds a drinking glass filled with orange juice instead of the torch.

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The Shape Bandit's Inside Story (June 15, 2012): The current logo plays, but halfway through the logo, the Shape Bandit comes in, opens a bag, and uses a purple tornado to steal the lady's torch, the text, and the byline. As he does so, the music winds down and the Shape Bandit covers the torch lady with a purple blanket and the blanket containing the Torch Lady falls down, leaving the logo bare to start the movie.

The Execution of Ncarw (2009): The 1981 logo is used with the SPE byline, but the clouds are green and scribbled pictures surround the logo.

Incomplete and Late Homework (November 10, 2000): Exactly like on What Planet Are You From?, but the logo ends just before the SPE byline fades in, hence the name of the movie.

Attack of the Exploding Vending Machines (November 14, 1997): The 1976 logo is used, but an orange-colored SPE byline is seen as the logo starts and fades away as soon as the camera starts moving towards the torch.

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Killer Fish Armageddon (October 1, 2003): The 1976 logo is used, but the SPE byline in the Souvenir font fades in below at the end of the logo.

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Maggie and the Ferocious Beast: The Movie (2013): The 2006 enhanced logo plays, but the Torch Lady's skin falls off to reveal Maggie, Beast, and Hamilton. They all fall down and the movie starts.

The Enchanadon (2010): The 2006 enhanced logo plays; later, it gathers itself to the Enchanadon book.

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HTF: Worlds Collide (2010): Petunia replaces the Torch Lady.

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Yoshi and Kool Koopa (2010): The logo takes place on a surf hut, and Yoshi is in place of the Torch Lady, holding an ice cream cone with a flame on it with his tongue instead of the torch. Also, "COLUMBIA" is in a yellow Impact font.

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Super Mario Galaxy: The Movie (2007): The 2006 enhanced logo plays, but it is set against an outer-space background, and a Hungry Luma is in place of the Torch Lady. Also, "Columbia" and the SPE byline are in Laser LET font.

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Little Annie Fanny (2010): The 1993 logo plays, but Annie Fanny is in place of the Torch Lady. The Columbia Pictures music is reorchestrated.

Jenny Joseph's Identical Private Interview (2011): The 2006 enhanced logo plays, but the original painted Torch Lady is replaced by the real Torch Lady (Jenny Joseph). Plus, the pedestal is replaced with an orange rectangle, the background is yellow, the torch has no light, the text "COLUMBIA" and the byline is in Calibri font and there is a (R) symbol near "COLUMBIA".

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Your Time Is Over! (2006): The 2006 enhanced logo plays, but the pedestal is orange and the light is removed. Plus, "COLUMBIA" is in Aharoni font and the SPE byline is in Batang font.

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Mereana Mordergard Glesgorv: The Movie (2010): The 2006 enhanced logo plays, but there's no pedestal. Once again there's no light, and the cloud background is replaced by the man from the video "Mereana Mordergard Glesgorv". Plus, there's "PICTURES(R)" under "COLUMBIA" and there's a message below.

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Wallace the Walrus (2010): The current logo is used, but the Torch Lady is replaced with a cartoon walrus.

Major League Baseball: The Beginning (2001): The 1976 logo is in the same style as the MLB logo. It is also in an unusual early-90's style.

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Pokemon Black and White: The Movie (2011): The 2006 enhanced logo plays, but the Torch Lady is replaced with Hilda. Also, the background is white, and "COLUMBIA" and the SPE byline are red and in the Pokemon font.

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Milo and Otis: The Animated Movie (2019): The 2006 enhanced logo plays, but Milo holds the torch. The torch goes out and the music stops, but Milo gets out a light bulb and screws it onto the torch. The logo continues as the music begins from where it stopped.

Johnny Test: The Movie [2008]:

opening Variant:

The 1976 logo plays backwards, but the music plays normally. When we cut to the starting point of the original logo, Johnny's in place of the Torch Lady and the words "Columbia Pictures" and the byline fades in.

Cameo Variant:

The 1976 logo plays normally through Johnny's VHS Tape when he was in the hospital at the time he has stomach surgery since April 14, 2003. The logo is taken from The Buddy Holly Story and Johnny falls asleep on his back very carefully so he won't cramp up on his right side.

Closing Variant:

The 1981 Logo plays with the same sunburst music as the beginning of the film, except this time, Sissy is in Place of the Torch Lady at the tail end of the movie.

After 5 seconds of Silence, Sissy reads "A Sony Pictures Entertainment Company. Released by Columbia Pictures."

My Little Pony: Fighting is Magic (2012): We see the 1996 logo playing but Rainbow Dash is in place of the Torch Lady.

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Re Animate (2008) The 2006 Enhanced Logo was used but it was remade.

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My Little Pony: The Friendship Quest (2012) The 2006 enhanced logo plays, but takes place in Canterlot Castle, but after the logo gets done, the Torch Lady gets hit by Twilight Sparkle. She uses her horn as a torch, then she walks down the pedestal to start the movie.

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All In Kirby's Work (1992) The 1992 Current Logo Was Used But It Was Placed By Kirby And It Was Cartooned, it was the first movie to use the Current Columbia Pictures logo.

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On a 2004 Pakistani release, the 1992 logo is plastered by the 2002 Al Miraj Films logo.

Seth's Uncle (1998): It used a current logo without a "COLUMBIA" font.

The Visitors (2014): The 2006 logo is used, but Jenny Joseph is replaced with Kyle, the main character of the film.

Sovieti (Commiepocalypse in Asian countries except Japan, International/Non-US, Nov. 21, 2012): On the trailers, the logo's cloudy background is red and the "COLUMBIA" text, Torch Lady, pedestal, and byline are yellow with the USSR Anthem playing with a siren. On the actual film, the logo's normal, but the USSR Anthem is playing throughout the credits.

Star Vs The Forces of Evil: The Movie (2019) The 2014 Sony/Columbia logo combo plays as normal, until near the end of the logo, Marco karate kicks the Torch Lady, sending her flying as she screams. Then the logo flashes to the Walt Disney Animation Studios logo.

On the trailer, Star replaces the Torch Lady and instead of holding a torch, she is holding her wand and the SPE byline replaces the Sony byline introduced in 2013. Also "COLUMBIA" is not centered right.

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Star Vs The Forces of Evil 2 (2021) Same as the variant from the last movie, but Star comes in and says "Wow! Nice job, Marco!" before the logo flashes to the Walt Disney Animation Studios logo.

Rage Comics (2014): The logo plays as normal, but Troll Guy replaces the torch lady and he sings the Troll song, but when the byline fades in, Table Flip Guy flips a table at him and he flies offscreen and TFG grabs his torch, then his dog says "Where is my bone? Noob." and then we flash into the 360 Studios logo.

Qoo: The Movie (2012): A mix of Qoo La La and Qoo: 10 Years, but the 2006 logo is used.

Qoo 2: Electric Boogaqoo (2014): Same as before, but it used the 2014 version.

The King's New Car (2009):The 2006 enhanced logo plays as normal, but when the byline fades in the logo zooms out to reveal it's on The King's car, then some static is shown, followed by the Youtube Poop Films logo (without the WTF/WTH Boom part), and then a sunny sky background, and then we zoom into the sky background to start the opening credits.

100-Story House Lava Escape (2008): The logo plays normally, but there is some lava at the bottom, and at the end John flies around in his jetpack from the film, screaming.

On the teaser trailer, John replaces the torch lady, but then he flies away on his Reverse-Parachute (a parachute that makes people fly up instead of down in the film)

On another trailer, the logo is seen as a poster on the house and is tinted in orange.

100-Story House Lava Escape 2: Back To The Escape (2014): The current logo plays, but at the end, the logo plays in reverse in warp speed, and the logo flashes into the the skyline of Noxia City (the city both of the movies take place in).

Spongebob Squarepants and Patrick Star in... Attack of Doodlebob! (2014): Same as Qoo: 10 Years variant, but after the music finishes, the text and byline fade out, the Torch Lady throws away the torch and the Torch Lady morphs into a square and the square shakes and explodes, Doodlebob replaces the Qoo mascot. After that, Doodlebob yells in gibberish and uses the pencil to draw the Paramount text and "A Viacom company" Byline, he destroys everything on the logo leading to the Nickelodeon Movies Logo.

Mr. Magoo meets Little Lulu (2013): Same as Maggie and the Ferocious Beast: The Movie variant, but after the Torch Lady's skin falls off, the Torch Lady's skin revealing Maggie, Beast, and Hamilton and they all fall down and the movie starts is cut off and Mr. Magoo walks by the logo seeing the Torch Lady being skinless.

The unfabulous idiots of idiots (2017): Same as Qoo: 10 Years variant, but with "A Sony Company" byline, the text and byline doesn't fade out, as after the Torch Lady morphs into a square, shakes and explodes, the Qoo mascot was not there.

The TPOT Movie (2025): Two is in place of the torch lady. He notices that the torch isn’t working. He taps it on the podium and it glows. The word “Columbia” becomes “TPOT”.

Spider-Man: Spider-Verse Rulez! (2021): Same as Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, but more logos and variations are added when the logo is glitchy including The Emoji Movie, The Grudge 2, Stealth, Eight Crazy Nights, Thank God It's Friday, The Man Called Flintstone, The Mouse That Roared, Geronimo Stilton: The Movie, Cinema Concerto: The Musical, Kirby Super Star: The Movie, Rayman Raving Rabbids: The Movie, Johnny Test Meets the Simpsons, Super Mario 64: The Movie, The Adventures of Stupor Boy, Goodnight Moon, Lady Gaga's The Fame Movie, Divas, Cat Manners, Christmas Island, Mario Bros. Playhouse, The Crazy Jumping Cows, Qoo La La, Qoo: 10 Years, The Shape Bandit's Inside Story, Maggie and the Ferocious Beast: The Movie (the Torch Lady's skin falls off), HTF: Worlds Collide, Yoshi and Kool Koopa, Super Mario Galaxy: The Movie, Jenny Joseph's Identical Private Interview, Milo and Otis: The Animated Movie, and Star Vs The Forces of Evil: The Movie/Star Vs The Forces of Evil 2.

The Super Forever Saga (2021): This variant is a combination of What Planet Are You From? and Once Upon a Time in Mexico variants, but with "A Sony Company" byline. 

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