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The Dawson Duo Movie (1997): Everett Dawson appears from the bottom of the screen, facing the camera. He wipes the camera with a small cloth, then brandishes a paintbrush with orange paint on it and starts painting the screen. The scene then cuts to Everett painting something on the background, and once he finishes, the camera zooms out, revealing it to be an orange splat. Aaron Dawson then runs in from the left, holding a smaller paintbrush with white paint on it, and paints the "NICKELODEON" text on the splat, completing the logo. The sequence then ends with the two brothers shaking hands with each other as the logo fades out.

Nickelodeon Movies (The Dawson Duo Movie variant)

Nickelodeon meets The CW4Kids (2008): Instead of the normal logo,"NICKELODEON MOVIES" appears.

Rugrats: Royal Ransom (2005): Each logo is in the same animation as the book.

Rugrats Meet SpongeBob SquarePants (2008): The logo as seen on Snow Day plays, but it is shown in Squidward's front yard as Squidward is pulling weeds in his garden in the Spring time. When the "Nickelodeon" ball crashes his home, he screams for mercy and runs away.

Doraemon: Nobita and the Steel Troops (1986, English version from June 24, 2009): Same logo as seen on "Rugrats in Paris: The Movie", though it uses the music from the "Snow Day" version and the tuba music later, but Sueno is raking leaves in front of his house and Gian is there too. But when the "Nickelodeon" ball crushes his house, Sueno is startled then, when he sees what the "Nickelodeon" ball did to his house, he collapses onto the ground in front of his leaf pile and cries "Now I've got nothing to show off!" then Nobita, Shizuka, Doraemon and Dorami enter the screen near Gian from the right and laugh at Sueno. But then, the ball rolls off destroying Nobita's, Shizuka's and Gian's homes and the camera follows the ball as Sueno, Gian and the rest of them run off to see what the ball is doing. They all fall over and weep. Then the logo continued like normal, but this time, Doraemon enters with a propeller on his head and says "I'll get my revenge soon!" to the Nickelodeon ball.

Babar to the Rescue (2006): Same logo as seen on Harriet the Spy, except the rhino is replaced with Rataxes.

Super Smash Bros. (2010): The logo from Good Burger plays, but at the end, Lucario falls into the logo and faints.

Spongebob's Christmas Movie (2011): The Nickelodeon "Reindeer" bumper plays, but the reindeer's nose has the current "Nickelodeon" font on it instead.

The Berenstain Bears' Big Holiday Movie (2012): Same as the Spongebob's Christmas Movie variant except the song "Somebody to Love" by Jefferson Airplane plays under it (along with the first few logos) but the sound effects can still be heard.

The Berenstain Bears and the Atomic Holocaust (2011, Non-US Version): The logo variant as seen on "Snow Day" plays, but takes place in front of the Bear family's tree house as Papa Bear shovels snow while Spot watches. Brother, Sister and Mama walk into the house. Suddenly, a giant snowball falls and smashes the treehouse. Spot runs off barking, and we hear screams from inside the breaking tree house. Papa screams in terror, then starts bawling when the snow falls off to reveal it is the "Nickelodeon" ball. "My furniture and honey are gone!" he wails. Then when the Nickelodeon Movies balls appear on a black background, we see Mama, Brother and Sister all in bandages and casts and with crutches walk up. "YOU DESTROYED MY BEARBIES!" Sister cries to the Nickelodeon ball, and Brother wails "And you broke my video games!" Then Nabbit nukes everyone.

Knighty Knight Dom (2009): Same logo as seen on The Rugrats Movie trailer, but a copyright "© 2007, 2008, 2009, DOM STUDIOS" appears. This was seen at the end of the film.

Dom's THX Adventure (2007): Same logo as seen on Harriet the Spy, except the rhino is replaced with White the Dog.

Barry and the Search for the 13 Meatballs (2006): We see the 1998 logo normally, but Slap T. Pooch is replaced with Yoshi from the SMW cartoon.

Adventure Time: The Movie: Finn and Jake's Hall of Cookies to Meet the Jiggler (2010): 2000 logo plays, but it takes place outside of Jake's house, also Finn is pulling candy plants. When the "Nickelodeon" ball comes down, Finn becomes muscular and pushes the ball away. But when it moves, Finn says "JIGGLER OUCHY ME!"

Mario and Luigi: The Movie (2006): Eagles flying in the sky form the Nickelodeon Movies logo. This logo was an early version of the 2004 logo seen on A Series of Unfortunate Events.

Ncarw vs. Hohohomer (1982):This is the second movie made by Nickelodeon Movies. A silver ball flies through a black-pink gradient background and ncarw and hohohomer fight. Ncarw is talking about Fred Fredburger. Hohohomer chops him with a sword. The 1991 rerelease has the Top of the Hour theme from 1985 until 1987. In the rerelease, the Nick blob becomes ncarw and hohohomer. This movie is now distributed by Ncarw and Hohohomer, but watch out because they spam logos with other junk.

Yoshi and the Egg Corps (2003): The Rugrats in Paris variant plays, but Yoshi is in place of the man, and a Goomba is in place of the dog. Yoshi sucks up the leaves with his tongue. When the Nickelodeon ball crashes into his house, he yells "Hey, don't let this happen to me like that!"

KCVPBSVYTP Chaos: Klasky Csupo vs. PBS vs. YouTube Poop (2007): 1996 logo plays, but Sonic is in place of the rhino. You can hear music and sounds from Sonic 1991 playing in this logo instead of the normal music.

Astonishing Fanboy and Chum Chum (2010): 1998 logo plays, but Boog mercilessly bops Slap T. Pooch and Fanboy and Chum Chum kick Boog out of the way. The same J-pop theme from this film's Paramount and Castle Rock variants can be heard with sounds accompanying the variant.

Goodnight Moon (2009): Each logo is in the same style as in the book.

Allegra the Puppet's Quest: The Search for Rondo (2012): The 2010 logo plays, but on the second half, the logo turns dark blue and the background gets cloudy. On one trailer, the logo is a sculpture at a garden. On another trailer, the logo is inverted.

The Laptop (2011): The logo resembles a painting made with Windows Paint.

I Am the Cheese (1996): The 1996 logo plays, but the rhino is replaced with Salami from the Rocko's Modern Life episode, "Wacky Delly".

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SpongeBob Meets Yoshi (2001): 2000 logo plays, but the logo takes place outside SpongeBob's house, with SpongeBob pulling tomato plants. When the "Nickelodeon" ball comes out, SpongeBob says: "How this can happen?" and then it cuts to the 1997 "Fast Food Drink" logo. At the end, SpongeBob says "There! Much better!"

I Am Cheese 1 (2012): The 2010 logo plays, but the 'l' in Nickelodeon is replaced with a cheese shaped like the numberal 1. Also, the 'o' in 'movies' is filled up.

Cheese 1 vs the World (2013): The logo is a slower version of the logo from the teaser trailer for Rango, but a cheese shaped like the numeral 1 jumps into the logo and swings away through the letters in the word "MOVIES".

Lost Control (May 26, 2000): Instead of the normal logo, we see a blue-purple gradient background. Suddenly, the top-shaped Nickelodeon logo spins around and stops in the middle. After that, the word "MOVIES" in the Laser font and in a blue color and the byline "A Paramount Company" in the Laser font fade in below. The music is the high-pitched and sped-up version of the 1986 Walt Disney Home Video logo's theme.

The Haw Lantern (August 29, 2003): The 2000 logo is used. On the first half of the logo, we see a clay model of a person eating cheeseburgers while a clay model of a dog plays with a bone next to a clay model of a house. Suddenly, the giant version of the top-shaped Nickelodeon logo falls and smashes the house. The clay model of a person screams in terror and runs into a taxi while the clay model of a dog drops the bone and chases the taxi. After that, the background turns black, the top-shaped Nickelodeon logo spins and bounces to the left of the screen, and a small top and a purple bottle with "Movies" in the Brush Script font appear.

Platypus Control (2005): The 2000 logo is used, but the live action part is cut off, the background is green, and the small ball is purple.

Ncarw's End (2009): The 2008 logo plays, but the "I" in "NICKELODEON" is replaced with a flagpole and the word "movies" is replaced with a golden retriever with the word "movies" engraved on it. Also, the logo is not centered right.

The Shape Bandit's Inside Story (June 15, 2012): The current logo plays, but the Shape Bandit comes in, opens a purple bag, and uses a purple tornado to steal all of the text in the logo.

100 Deeds for Eddie McDowd (October 1997): The 1996 logo plays, but the rhino is replaced with a cartoon dog.

Ickis vs. Timmy Terror (April 1993): We see a mountain-shaped Nickelodeon logo on a blue background. Suddenly, Ickis runs from right to left. Timmy Turner walks in and Ickis uses a sword to make Timmy Turner run away.

Ickis Travels the World in 80 Days (Summer 1991): The planet Earth is seen below a circle-shaped Nickelodeon logo.

Ickis the Cable Monster (May 1999): We see a hammer-shaped Nickelodeon logo on a grainy background, but it is static, just like a TV would do.

How to Train Your Dragon (1986, 1997 theatrical re-release): A cartoon dragon flies in on a sky blue background. The dragon then breathes fire and the fire turns into a fire-shaped Nickelodeon logo with clouds surrounding the dragon.

A Mosquito's Bathroom (May 1985): We see a cartoon mosquito flying into a restroom. Then, we hear some washing sounds. When the mosquito flies out of the restroom, we zoom in and it appears to be the Nickelodeon logo in form of a mosquito. This was the third film made by Nickelodeon Movies.

Fasty's Really Fast Food (2013): The 1997 logo plays, but the soda is white (eeeww...) with the 2010 Nickelodeon Movies print logo superimposed on it.

The Green Bottle (September 25, 1981): On a sky background many green bottles fly in and form a silver ball. Then, the word "NiCKELODEON" zooms out. This was the first film made by Nickelodeon Movies.

Titanic (2017): The logo is seen on a billboard.

Jacob's Crossover Stories - Raiders of the Lost Code (Paramount AU, 2024): The HA!TM/RGW logo is used. After it plays, the nickelodeon ball fades into a boulder, starting the opening scene.

Connie and Tikkuly in: ASMRish Love (Paramount AU, short film. 2024): The shortened version of the logo used on JMC - ROTLC is used. Then it zooms out, revealing to be the "O" in the title card.

WordWorld (Paramount AU, 2022): The 2019 logo is used. But when it completes, the letters in "nickelodeon" scatter apart.

Operation: Find Iono - The Zippy Movie (Paramount AU, 2026): The 2008 logo is used, but some deviantart pics are incorperated in the splat tunnel.

Real Monsters (Friday January 13, 2012): The Nickelodeon "Doo-Wop-a-Saurus" bumper plays, but the sunglasses are black with the 2009 Nickelodeon logo and the purple word "MOVIES" superimposed on them.

On the 1st trailer, we see the current Nickelodeon logo between two spooky trees. The "i" in "nickelodeon" opens and bats fly out.

Friday October 13th (October 13, 2006): The 2000 logo is used. On the first half of the logo, three children (the first one in a bat costume, the second in a ghost costume, and the third one in a skeleton costume) walk to a haunted house. They knock on the door and when it opens, the children say "Trick or treat!" A giant jack-o-lantern with the word "NICKELODEON" carved on it falls on the house. The background turns black and the jack-o-lantern bounces to the middle-left of the screen, and then a small pumpkin and a blue ball with the word "Movies" in a Laser font appear. A cartoon bat that looks similar to the bat from Rio appears on the bottom-left corner of the screen, hangs upside-down on the blue ball, then thunder strikes the jack-o-lantern, segueing to the opening scene of the movie.

Shark & Octopus: The Movie (1992): We see a 20th Century Fox-esque structure with the Nickelodeon logo on it.

AAAHH!!! Real Monsters: The Movie (October 1997) and My Favorite Gremlin (1978, theatrical re-relase from 1998): The Nickelodeon "Bat" logo (from the SNES/Genesis video game AAAHH!!! Real Monsters) is used, but the background is black and a thunderstorm is happening in the logo.

On the trailer for the 1998 theatrical re-release of My Favorite Gremlin, the logo from Shark & Octopus: The Movie is used, but the background is violet.

CatDog (1999): The logo from The Rugrats Movie is used, but the word "MOVIES" is below the Nickelodeon logo.

Rocko's Modern Life: The Movie (2003): A still image of the 2000 logo is used.

The Day the Rugrats Destroyed Bikini Bottom (2013): The Snow Day variant is used, but the logo takes place in Bikini Bottom, the house is replaced by SpongeBob's pineapple, the man is replaced by SpongeBob, and the dog is replaced by Gary. When the Nickelodeon ball crashes the pineapple, SpongeBob throws a tantrum and runs away, Gary runs off meowing in a panic, Then when the logo resumes like normal, Gary appears on the bottom-right of the screen, and meows once at the logo until it fades out. A Hawaiian rendition of the Nickelodeon theme plays throughout.

Pop Goes the World (May 1993): Same as the Shark & Octopus: The Movie variant, but the logo takes place in a sunny sky.

The Cell of Tootie (1986): This was the fourth film made by Nickelodeon Movies. On a green background, Tootie walks to the center, then a red splat hits the floor, then Tootie gets some yellow finger painting, and draws the Nickelodeon logo on the splat. The word "movies" appears below the Nickelodeon logo.

Timmy Turner: The Man with Guns (1987): In the film, we start off in underwater. Then, Timmy Turner in his swimming shorts swims up to the water then swims to the land and then walks on the land and say "Cosmo, Wanda! Come here and show me the ocean!" and then Cosmo and Wanda poof in and look at the ocean. After that, he draws the Nickelodeon splat logo with the word movies below the Nickelodeon logo.T hen Timmy says "Come on, guys!" and then it fades to the opening sequence. Also seen at the end of the film and the theatrical trailer found on the 1987 CIC Video release of The Cell of Tootie. This trailer was found before the theatrical trailer for Fatal Attraction as well.

Sonic the Hedgehog meets Amitie (2002): Sonic the Hedgehog in his 1998-present appearance in ball-form rolls up on a Green Hill Zone background. Then, he makes the Nickelodeon Movies logo with orange and white paint. Amitie (from Puyo POP Fever) in her 1985-2003 appearance walks in and Sonic uses a ring to make her run away.

Yu & Rei meet Cosmo & Wanda (November 24, 2005, same day as Puyo Puyo Fever 2): The logo from SpongeBob plays, but Yu and Rei (from Puyo Puyo Fever 2) in their 1985-2003 appearances fly up to the small ball. Cosmo and Wanda look at the small ball, too.

SpongeBob SquarePants meets COPS (August 3, 2012): The logo plays with flashes of red, white, and blue in a black BG with the song Bad Boys by Inner Circle playing with SpongeBob saying IT'S THE COPS! RUN!!, then running away with Patrick. Along with the Paramount 100 Years logo, except the Paramount logo is on the normal blackground without SpongeBob saying anything or running with Patrick. In the trailers, the logos are tinted in red on top, white in middle, and blue on bottom, accompanied by sirens wailing. On the TV spots, as usual, Paramount is on left and Nickelodeon Movies is on right accompanied by hitting sounds from police batons.

de Blob (2010):We see an Inky [from de Blob and de Blob 2] removing the color away from the "nickelodeon" part of the logo, and when he stops, he is relieved, but then, noises are heard. Then, Blob comes in, restoring orange to the "nickelodeon" part of the logo, killing the Inky in progress, and then, the background fades to black.

Weebles: The Movie (2006): The standard 2004 logo appears, but the last few seconds after the word movies appears on the blue planet are cut which simply go to the MTV Films logo

On The 2nd Trailer, The variant from Clockstoppers is used, but a bell is next to the logo and rings when the logo hits it

The SpongeBob Movie: The Escape Sponge! (2021): Same as Super Smash Bros. variant, but without the Nickelodeon jingle, and then transitioning to the 2020 Nickelodeon Movies logo cutting off the part when Lucario falls into the logo and faints.

Tim and Eric Awesome Movie, Great Job! (2008): The 2000 logo is used. On the first half of the logo, we see a man tending to chickens on a farm. Suddenly, the big orange ball with the "NICKELODEON" text on it crashes onto the chicken coop house, with chickens squawking as this occurs. The man does a double take. The logo then resumes as normal, except the small ball is purple and a rooster replaces the dog and crows at the logo until it fades out.


The Loud House Movie (2021, 2022 Theatrical release): The Snow Day variant is used, but it takes place in Royal Woods in the fall with Lincoln Loud raking leaves in front of the titular house and animated like the show. When the Nickelodeon ball (with the 2009 font) crashes the house, Lincoln Loud throws a tantrum and runs away.

The Shimmer & Shine Movie (2018): Leah appears from the left side of the screen, facing the camera, she then grabs a terry cloth wiping the screen and then gets a bucket of orange paint. Leah giggles and throws the orange paint, covering the screen. After a moment of silence, we hear Shimmer humming while painting the words "NICKELODEON" on the splat with a paintbrush covered in white paint, Shine then gets a paintbrush covered in orange paint and paints the word "MOVIES". While Shine paints the word "MOVIES", the Nickelodeon jingle by the Jive Five plays until it stops as Shimmer gets covered in Nickelodeon's trademark green slime while Leah & Shine look surprised, The sequence then ends with the Jive Five singers singing "♫ Nick-el-o-deon! ♫" while Leah & Shine smile awkwardly at the audience while Shimmer looks at the audience annoyed.

Bubble Guppies: The Puppy and the Ring! (December 5, 2013): In the Cavern Realm are orange mushrooms and a little blue mushroom at the bottom. Then, Nonny with his guitar comes into view and poofs the mushrooms into the Nickelodeon Movies logo as he plays a rock version of the Nickelodeon jingle.


The Rotten Coop Days Chicken (1995): The inaugural ident of Nickelodeon's 1984 logo is used.