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Mariofan88 Pucca The Movie (2008): The current Universal logo with URL has Pucca going in the Earth and turns the globe into a heart and then Pucca crashes the UNIVERSAL text!

King Kong vs Donkey Kong (2020): The current Universal logo plays. However, a volcano erupts at Donkey Kong Island by a red spot, which King Kong planned.....

heart1994 Pound Puppies Adventure (1986, English Version): The 1970 Universal logo has the Pound Puppies theme.

Tom and Jerry Kids: The Movie (1992): The Universal 1990-97 logo plays, but on the 2nd half, Droopy, Dripple, Tom, Jerry, and McWolf play the tune on kazoos while the logo plays. On the 1994 VHS release, McWolf is replaced with Spike and his son, Tyke.



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The Worn Out Betamax (2002):The 1997 logo plays, but it has an 80s film look and it’s shifted off center

Dragon Ball Z: War On Namek (1995):The 1990 logo plays, but the globe is replaced by Namek


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The Land Before Time vs. the Monsters (1996): The 1991-2006 Universal Cartoon Studios logo plays, but the airplane gets chased by Zimbo, a bee-like monster with one leg. Plus, he becomes dizzy when he flips the "R" around.

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Calvin & Hobbes: The Movie (1988): A recreation of the 1963 Universal logo plays, but "UNIVERSAL" is written in a "Calvin & Hobbes" font

Calvin & Hobbes 2 (1992): 1990-97 Universal logo has Calvin and Hobbes, in a wagon, zooming out the globe and through the "U" as "UNIVERSAL" circles the globe.

The Legend of Zelda (2008): The current Universal logo plays and there is no URL, but when it is finished, the "V" in "UNIVERSAL" turns into a triforce turned upside down, which zooms in towards the camera. As it does so, it turns right side up, and the triangles seperate and fly away.

The West Wing: The Movie (2008): The 1990-97 Universal logo is seen, but with an abridged version of the opening theme to "The West Wing" playing instead of the regular theme music.


Sonic CD: The Movie (1994): The 1990-97 Universal logo plays, but it is completely blue. Plus, the MCA byline doesn't appear, and we move to the opening credits.

Digimon Frontier: The Movie (2004): The 1990 logo is used with its regular theme, but at the end, Kumamon comes up from the bottom of the screen with his blaster and trademark toothy grin, and shoots snow right at the bottom-right corner of the screen.

JHprod Utah Rules (2010): The 1997 logo with "A DIVISION OF NBC UNIVERSAL" plays, but the "U" in "UNIVERSAL" is in the University of Utah logo's font.

Utah Rules 2: BYU's Revenge (2013): The current logo plays, but the outlines in the text (not the byline) are in blue, and the byline "A COMCAST COMPANY" is replaced with the URL "www.utahrules2.com".

Chowchillah Sanic the Hedgehog (2007): The 1997 logo plays, but with a rock version of the jingle.

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Boo! The Movie: The Mistake of Hide and Seek (Originally entitled Boo's 1st Movie, 2003): The 1963-1990 logo plays, but the "AN MCA COMPANY" byline is replaced with the URL "www.universalstudios.com". The 2009 Blu-ray release uses the NBC Universal byline.

Boo! The Movie 2: The Mising Friends (Originally entitled Boo's Next Movie and Boo 2, 2004): The current Universal logo has the 2001 Columbia TriStar Home Entertainment jingle.

Boo! The Movie 3: The Death of Boo (Originally entitled Boo 3, 2008): At the end, the logo turns into the 20th Century Fox and Mama Luigi Films logos. On all TV spots and trailers, the logo is purple.

Boo! The Movie 4: Boo Falls On His Face and Breaks His Nose (Originally entitled Boo 4, 2010): The logo plays, then at the end, Boo falls into the logo and breaks his nose.

Boo! The Movie 5: Boo Accidentally Wees in His Pants (Originally entitled Boo 5, 2012): The logo plays, but Boo wees on the logo.

Boo! The Movie 6: Boo Joins the Circus to Be a Monkey Trainer (Originally entitled Boo 6, 2015): Monkeys pop up in the logo and turn the "U" in "UNIVERSAL" into a banana. A monkey eats the banana and jumps into the globe and it explodes turning the logo into a circus.

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Dom's Bad Dream (Originally entitled Dom's Nightmare, 2008): The current logo plays, but Dom is sleeping on the globe.

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Bagel Head (2014): The current logo plays, but the globe is replaced by a bagel.

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The Ghost of Easter (Originally entitled The Easter Ghost, 2010): The 1990-1997 logo is shown, but when it forms, we zoom back to reveal the logo seems to be an advertisement on a billboard in a village filled with trees. There is also a railroad track and a train seems to be riding on it.

Halloweenland (Originally entitled Halloweenville, 2012): The current logo is shown, but the globe is replaced with a jack-o'-lantern. The Revenge of Novia (2010): The current logo plays, but at the end, asteroids hit the logo. Ribbit: The Movie (2011): The 1963 logo plays, but when it forms, the byline "A DIVISION OF NBC UNIVERSAL" in the Century Gothic font fades in below.

Back to the 90s (2010): The 1990 Universal logo has the MCA byline replaced with "A Division of NBC Universal" in a similar font. Also, it features the 1997 Universal fanfare.

Disco Nights (2001): The 1997 logo plays, but the globe morphs into a disco ball after the logo animates. Also, the logo is not centered right.

Wonderful Christmastime (2008): The globe is replaced with a red Christmas bulb and the URL is in its pre-2005 font. Also, the logo is not centered right. Only on the trailer.

Angry German Video Game Nerd: The Movie (2011): Basically a combination of the Bruno and Scott Pilgrim vs. the World variations of the 1997 logo.

Monsters vs. Aliens 2 (2022): Same as the Scott Pilgrim vs. the World variation but with the Comcast byline underneath the globe. At the end, the globe gets invaded by a UFO similar to the one in the Monsters vs. Aliens variant of the DreamWorks Animation logo.

On the trailer, it's exactly like the Ray variant, but the Universal globe jiggles.


Allegra the Puppet's Quest: The Search for Rondo (2012): We see a black screen with the white text reading "BEGINNING THE NEXT 100 YEARS". After the screen fades out, the 1990 logo plays normally, but when the globe brightens up, the logo turns dark blue and the background gets cloudy. Also, the MCA byline is replaced with the "A COMCAST COMPANY" byline.

On one trailer, the logo is a sculpture at a garden.

On another trailer, the logo is inverted (a la 1998 Psycho trailer).

Goo Substances (2011): The 1997 logo plays, but when it forms, the byline "A DIVISION OF NBC UNIVERSAL" is white and CGI stars fly into the globe. After the music finishes, we zoom from the logo into the Paramount logo.


Jake the Bookworm (2006): The 1990-1997 logo plays, but when it forms, the logo turns green. Also, the MCA byline is replaced with the URL "www.universalstudios.com".


The Star Wars Wiggles Movie 2: The Tatooine Meltdown (2026): When the 2012 Universal logo finishes, the text and Comcast byline fade out and the globe's rotation slows down and turns into ice.


Computers (1986): The 1963-1990 logo is in style of a 1980s video game.


Computers 2 (2011): Exactly like the Scott Pilgrim vs. the World variant, but encounters a glitch, then a BSOD (Blue Screen Of Death) appears, just like a computer would do.


Los Angeles Crime Movie (2013): The 1963 A UNIVERSAL PICTURE logo plays, but the logo is multi colored. The land of the globe is tinted in copper with the sea in emerald green and the company name in fuchsia.


I'm Lovin' It: The Beginning (September 29, 2003): The logo is in style of the 2003 McDonald's logo. Also, the word "UNIVERSAL" is not centered right.

Bill the Sailboat (July 2, 2010): The current logo animates as usual, but when it forms, the logo turns into a print version of the logo and after the logo fades out, the URL, "www.universalstudios.com" fades in. Also, the URL is in its pre-2005 font and is in the center of the screen.

Controlled Minds (April 12, 1998): The 1997 logo animates as usual, but it is dark red, the copyright byline is removed, and the fanfare freezes when it is nearly finished, complete with bending strings and wailing French horns until the fanfare finishes with a crash, segueing into the opening titles.

Transylvania (May 16, 2003): The 1997 logo is seen, but the logo and URL are still and the only animation is the globe rotating around.


Pop! (December 22, 2000): The 1990 logo is used, but it is orange and bylineless.

All Engines Go! (1994): The 1990 logo appears as usual, but it is rainbow-colored and the MCA byline is in a different font. Also, the byline is not centered right.

Jazz Night (February 1997): The 1990 logo is seen, but orange dots cover the logo at the end. Awfully Lucky (2003): The 1963 "A UNIVERSAL PICTURE" logo is used, but it is orange. Cows in My Farm (2003): The current logo plays, but the Universal globe is replaced with a white planet covered by grey dots and the URL is light blue.


lukesams Mario meets the Jetsons (2000): The logo is in style of a 32-bit video game. Also, the URL is removed and the music is a 32-bit version of the theme (this theme actually appears on the first track of the film's soundtrack and is named "Universal Theme").

Back to Norm (2003): The current logo animates as usual, but the URL is removed. Also, the Universal globe is replaced with a box of cookies. Only Enough (2011): The current logo plays as usual, but products from famous brands fall into the logo and the NBC Universal byline fades in early.

Death Game (Originally entitled Another Missed Call, 2012): A recreation of the 1963 zoom-in globe from Land of the Lost plays, but the NBC Universal byline is included and the logo dissapears one-by-one at the end. Also, a thunderstorm is happening.

The Star Wars Wiggles Movie (2023): The 1963 logo is in the style of the show. Also, the "UNIVERSAL" text reads "UNIVERSAL STUDIOS", the Comcast byline is included, and the rings are yellow. The logo is also glitched out, at times reverting the globe and rings to their standard looks as well as reverting to other Universal logos, including the 1913, 1927, 1936, 1990, 1997, and 2012 logos.

Max (May 2012): Exactly like the Back to the 90s variant, but the logo is brown.

Koo Koo (October 1994): A recreation of the 1963 logo with the MCA byline is used, but the entire logo is red and it is seen tilted.

Simplicity (November 25, 2011): Exactly like in Back to the 90s, but the entire logo is in black and white. On trailers and TV spots for this film, there is a special version of the 1997 logo. We fly through space to see the 2005-2012 Universal globe in its standard position with the glow behind it as usual. Suddenly, the letters "U", "N", "I", and "V" in pink and the letters "E", "R", "S", "A", and "L" in green jump around the Universal globe before landing into their usual places.


Cross Road (2004): The current logo animates as usual, but it is in black and white and has an old film look. The URL is not centered right as well.

Feedback (June 13, 2012): The current logo is made out of cardboard and is seen in a comedy show. Also, the music is a humming version of the fanfare and the NBC Universal byline is removed.


Red Mutant (2013): The 1963 "A UNIVERSAL PICTURE" logo from Land of the Lost is used, but it's in a shade of blood red. Also, the NBC Universal blyine in a dark grey Stencil font fades in. The logo also deforms into the Tristar Pictures logo.

Little Trucks (2015): The current logo plays as usual, but it is metallic gold. Also, the Comcast byline is removed and replaced with the URL "www.universalstudios.com" in its 1999-2005 font.

Jaguar (2004): The current logo plays, but it is sped up and the logo fades out except for the URL, which stays on-screen for twenty seconds. Also, the music is the same as the Watch with Mother variant of the 1980 BBC Video logo. Red Mutant: Part 2 (2014): The logo is a combination of the Red Mutant and Jaws 3D variants of the 1963 logo. Also the music is the opening theme of Fright Night (2011).

On the trailer, a special logo is used: we travel through the spaaaaaace background very fast to the 2005-2012 globe, text, and NBC Universal byline, then it fast-forwardingly zooms in piece-by-piece to form the TriStar logo. Also, it is tinted in blood red.

Spymice (June 14, 1996): A recreation of the 1990 logo animates as usual, but it is in black and white and the animation happens differently.

Spymice: The Black Paw (September 2012) and Spymice: For Your Paws Only (Summer 2014): The 2009 version of the 1997 logo is in black and white and put upon a silhouetted Washington skyline on a midnight blue starry background. Also, a teal light is surrounding the logo and the byline is blood red. The other two studios who co-produced the film (Columbia Pictures and Revolution Studios) have the same variation. At the end of the movies, the already formed logo is seen, with the NBC Universal byline and the URL 'www.universalstudios.com' below and the words 'Distributed By' above. On the trailers for the films, the Universal and Columbia logos are superimposed over the Revolution Studios logo, 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. On all TV spots, all the logos are outlined and superimposed over an opening scene.

Spymice: Goldwhiskers: Part 1 (March 2016): Exactly like in Spymice: The Black Paw and Spymice: For Your Paws Only, but the animation happens differently.

Sonic Underground: The Movie (October 2013): Same as the Los Angeles Crime Movie variant of the 1963 logo, but the land is blue. Also, the NBC Universal byline in the same font as the Sonic Underground logo, but white, is included. Plus, the rings are metallic silver and there is a platinum crown on the completed logo.

Hanna 2 (2012): The 2009 version of the 1997 logo plays, but the music is the Cats & Dogs: The Revenge Of Kitty Galore variant of "Get This Party Started". Also, there is additional text below "UNIVERSAL", reading "100TH ANNIVERSARY" and the NBC Universal byline reads "A COMCAST COMPANY".

Kirby: The Movie (Summer 2005): The 1997 logo plays, but Kirby and a Sir Kibble (one of Kirby's helpers in the film) fly across the logo on a Warp Star.

Kirby Strikes Back (Fall 2006): The 1997 logo plays, but when it forms, a Waddle Doo attacks the logo.

Kirby Squeak Squad (2010): The 1997 logo plays, but when it finishes, mice steal the logo.

Kirby's Dream Land (1979, 1996 re-release): The 1990 logo plays, but when the logo finishes, Kirby swallows the entire logo and its background.

Kirby's Dream Land 2 (March 1997): A recreation of the 1990 logo plays, but Kirby stands next to the logo, the logo is bylineless, the background is pink, and a warp star replaces the globe.

Kirby's Dream Land 3 (1999): Exactly like in Life, but when it forms, Vacuum walks in and swallows the globe and text, but not the URL.

Kirby's Adventure (2000): The 1997 logo plays, but the URL is removed and halfway through the logo, Kirby and a Waddle Dee pick up the logo and steal it, causing the music to unexpectedly crash.

Kirby and The Crystal Shards (2003): The 1997 logo plays, but the globe is covered with crystal shards.


Kirby Canvas Curse (2008): The 1997 logo plays, but the background is rainbow gradient and Kirby (in ball form) replaces the globe. Also, the URL is removed.


Kirby's Epic Yarn (2011): The 1997 logo plays, but it is made of yarn and Kirby (in yarn form) walks through the logo.


Vacuum Mass Attack (2012): The 2012 logo plays, but several Kirbys in the shape of the globe replace the globe. Also, the logo is bylineless.


Kirby and the Amazing Mirror (2007): The 1997 logo plays, but the URL is in its 1999-2005 font and the entire logo is mirrored, hence the movie title.


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Take Marshall Lee Home Tonight (September 6, 2011, Direct-to-DVD): When the logo forms, the globe turns into a disco ball like in Disco Nights, meaning Marceline (Olivia Olson) and her brother, Marshall Lee (Avan Jogia), are at a party taking place at The Mirage in Vegas. On the trailer, the globe is replaced with a disco ball with the Cartoon Network Films logo next to it, while Lady Gaga's The Edge of Glory plays. Then, Be Prepared appears on a black background with Beau Weaver (OFF-SCREEN) reading the text. On TV spots, the logo takes place on the back window of a limousine.

Sonic the Spyhog (Friday July 13, 2012): The 100th Anniversary logo is tinted in blue with gunshots being heard from Sonic's (Jason Anthony Griffith) gun without the music. On the trailer, the globe is replaced with Sonic's head. On the U.S TV spots, the logo has no byline. On the international TV spots, the globe is replaced with a marble with guns inside, with also no byline.

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The Tale Of Desperaux (2008, 10th Anniversary re-release from 2018): Exactly like in The Death of Desperaux, but the word "UNIVERSAL" is in the Arial Black font and the animation happens differently.

Robospy (2013): A combination of the Battlestar Galactica: The Plan and the Scott Pilgrim vs. The World variant with the Death Race variant is used, but instead of turning into a tire, it segues into the Paramount logo.

Robospy 2 (Summer 2015): Exactly like in Back to the 90s, but the background and the globe's water are yellow, the globe's land and the text are blue, the logo is pixelated, and the 8-bit fanfare from Scott Pilgrim vs. the World plays.

Red Mutant: Part 3 (2017): The logo is a combination of the Red Mutant and The Little Engine That Could variants. Also, there is snow and rain falling down, the background is a dark aqua thunderstorm sky, the glode is replaced by the moon, the engine is replaced by the Red Mutant, who flies around the globe with the text on her feet. When the text reaches its position, her feet come off the globe, sending her offscreen. She then comes back, does a loop-the-loop, then stops, flapping her large bat wings, then the logo ripples into the TriStar logo. The music is the opening theme of the 2011 film, Final Destination 5.

The Human Dragonfly (November 11, 2011): We see the full animation of the 1990 logo (minus the MCA byline) tinted in green. Suddenly, the Human Dragonfly is flying around, and the NBC Universal byline appears via some pale green light rays shining from right to left. The music is "Blunder & Lightning" from Cats 2. At the end of the movie, a still of the movie's opening is seen, but the words "Distributed By" are above the globe, and the URL "www.universalstudios.com" (in its 1999-2005 font) is below the NBC Universal byline.

All Engines Go! (1994, theatrical re-release in 2012): Exactly like in All Engines Go!, but there is additional text below "UNIVERSAL" reading "100TH ANNIVERSARY" and the MCA byline reads "A COMCAST COMPANY".

Carnival Crusader (August 10, 2001): The 1936 "Art-Deco Globe" logo is used, but the logo is green.



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Chocolate with Nuts: The Movie (2003): The logo goes under the sea! Based on the Spongebob Squarepants episode of the same name.

Angry Birds (2011): The Seasons easter egg hunt video plays but then the logo appears on the red bird, and then it fades out to black with the red bird saying "Wraaaa!".

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Mr. Bump: The Movie (Originally entitled Mr. Bump's First Movie, 2004): The 1997 logo plays, but at the end, Mr. Bump lands on the globe. The URL is a bit smaller as well.


Mr. Bump Returns (Originally entitled Mr. Bump's Next Movie, 2006): Same as the Mr. Bump: The Movie variant, but when Mr. Bump lands on the globe, the globe gets covered up in bandages.


Mr. Bump: The Loyal of Blue (Originally entitled Mr. Bump's 3rd Movie, 2008): Same as the Mr. Bump Returns variant, but blue planets appear in the logo.


MechaKingghidoraFan Dissidia Final Fantasy vs. Super Smash Bros: The Movie (2009): The 1990-1997 logo plays, but after "UNIVERSAL" rotates into position, the globe turns into a Smash Ball with Vivi (from Final Fantasy) sleeping on it. Also, the "AN MCA COMPANY" byline is replaced by "A DIVISION OF NBC UNIVERSAL" and zooming in to the DinosaurGuy International Media Services, Inc. (with the "A Walt Disney Company" byline) and 1981-1994 20th Century Fox (short version) logos.

SnowflakesOmega Billy Mays The Movie (2009): The logo plays normally, but at the end, we zoom to the USA.

First Trip Around the World (2013): At the end, we zoom in to Spain.

logomaster123 2 Stupid Dogs: The Movie (2000): The 1990-97 Logo plays and before the logo is done Little Dog yells "Cat!"

totaldramacale Vector's World: The Movie (November 9, 2012): When the logo gets done, the text and byline fade out, and we zoom in to the globe to Vector's house in Atlanta, Georgia.

NickMatt94 Scott Pilgrim: Back in Action (Originally entitled Scott Pilgrim vs The World 2, 2011): Exactly like the Scott Pilgrim vs the World variant, but the music is a Sega Genesis version of the theme (this theme actually appears on the first track of the film's soundtrack and is named "Universal Theme (Sega Genesis Remix)"). Scott Pilgrim 3-D (Originally entitled Scott Pilgrim vs the World 3, 2012): Exactly like the Scott Pilgrim vs the World variant, but the logo is in 3-D and the music is a Super Sega version of the theme. Scott Pilgrim Goes to the Land Before Time (2013): The logo is a combination of the Catfish and Scott Pilgrim vs the World variants and the music is the same as the Scott Pilgrim: Back in Action variant. The Death of Desperaux (Originally entitled Desperaux's Last Movie, 2012): The 2009 version of the 1997 logo plays, but it's sepia-toned with dark clouds and a pistachio green light surrounding it. It's also raining on the logo.

BrianHanson You're a Lady (2011): The logo has a fashionized style a la the New Line Cinema logo from Sex and the City 2. Rayman (June 28, 1996): The extended version of the 1990 Universal fanfare plays over the regular version of the 1990 Universal logo and the 1996 UbiSoft Films logo. Rabbids: The Movie (2008): Exactly like a combination of the Hop and Scott Pilgrim: Back in Action variants, but the whole logo is zoomed in so the left side of the "U", the top of the easter egg-shaped globe, and the right side of the "L" aren't seen (this is possibly an error in using the logo in the wrong aspect ratio). Also, the logo doesn't segue to the opening scene of the movie. Captain Starfield (1994): The 1990 logo is used, but the logo is cartoony. The music is an instrumental version of "Play with Me" by Thompson Twins (as heard in the 1992 film Cool World).

Captain Starfield (1994, theatrical re-release in 2012): Exactly like in Captain Starfield, but additional text below the word "UNIVERSAL" reads "100th ANNIVERSARY" and the MCA byline is replaced by the Comcast byline.

Game Boys (2012): Exactly like the Scott Pilgrim vs the World variant, but the only differences are the 2012 "100th Anniversary" logo and the 8-bit fanfare remixed to sound like the 2012 logo.

Game Boys 2: Advanced (2013): Exactly like the Game Boys variant, but the words "100th Anniversary" are removed and the music from the Scott Pilgrim: Back in Action variant is used.

MAS Grand Prix (November 2012): The 100 Years logo animates as usual, but there is a Hot Wheels racing circuit surrounding the logo, and futuristic cars are racing on it. When the logo finishes, the camera zooms to the circuit and then follows the cars away as the opening credits roll. Also, the whole animation is snowing and the Comcast byline is in a different font.

Pinocchio in Outer Space (1965, theatrical re-release in 1985): The 1963 logo is used, but "UNIVERSAL" and the MCA byline are in a green Data 70 font and Earth is replaced by another planet.


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The Duty Calls of Timmy Turner and Tootie (1994): The 1990-1997 logo plays, but Tootie is riding the word
"UNIVERSAL", the "I" in "UNIVERSAL" is replaced by a wand, the globe is replaced by Timmy Turner's head, and
the MCA byline is in a different font. The logo isn't centered right also. The logo then transforms into the Paramount
Pictures and Enterprise Films logos which were also customized for this film.

On the 1995 CIC Video release of this film, the 1992-1997 CIC Video has the Paramount Pictures and
Universal Pictures variant logos as shown in the film.

Amitie in Crazy Planet (1986): A recreation of the 1963-1990 logo plays, but the stars move like the 1946-1964 Internatonal logo and the
MCA byline reads "AN AMITIE COMPANY" in a yellow MS Sans Serif font.

On all trailers and TV spots, the 1987 CIC Video release and the NBC TV airings, the 1963-1990 logo has the globe replaced by Amitie' head. At the end of this logo, she says "Start the film, man!".

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McDonald's vs. Homer's (2012): The 2012-present logo plays, but Lil Wayne's Lollipop is playing in the background. Then Ronald McDonald dances in rhythm to the beat. Then, the logo fades into the Warner Bros. Pictures, Paramount Pictures and Dreamworks Pictures logos also customized for the film.


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The Flintstones Go To Hollyrock (2013): The 2012 logo plays, but the globe is replaced by a stone. Comcast is changed to Rockcast, and Universal is changed to Univershell.

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Noobtime 12th Anniversary Special (2012): The 2012 logo plays but there are a few changes, Universal has change to Noobtime, 100th Anniversary has change to 12 years of randomness, A Comcast Company has change to the Universal URL and there was 2000-2012 was above the url.


THE ORANGE MO-BRO 2 (2014) The 2013 logo plays, but after it finishes, the globe morphs into Orange Mo-Bro's face. We zoom through his eye to reveal the Lots of Lights logo custom-made for the film.

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The Random Movie (1997):The 1990 logo plays but Dolan creeps behind the URL and says "gooby pls".

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Macy's Balloons (2015): The 2012 logo plays but when the letters came it turned into the Globe at Universal Studios Orlanda
ArgosyFan9000 A Bit Thick (1998): The 1998 logo plays normally, but when the final note is heard, the background turns into a cloudy sky, and pans down to begin the movie.

6 Feet Under (2012): The 1990 logo plays normally but "100th Anniversary is beneath "Universal", and the MCA byline is replaced with the Comcast byline.

Jacob Hoff Gets Sent to Slave Camp (2018): Same as 6 Feet Under, but the 100th Anniversary" text is removed.

Madison (2016): Same as Captain Starfield, but the MCA byline is replaced by the Comcast byline.

On Trailer 1, the 1990 logo plays but is tinted green.

How Jacob Hoff Got Dragged Into The Street And Stoned For His Infidelity (2000): The background is white and most of the logo is black, to fit in with the opening titles.



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AdaMario's Movie (2016):

"Universal" is replaced by "AdaMario". in the extras in the DVD, it shows how the logo said "AdaMario".

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B2 (2017):The 2012v2 (2013 version) logo plays, but the entire logo is yellow and the space background is replaced by the interior of a beehive.

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Penguins (2009): The John Williams fanfare from The Scorpion King is used, possibly in homage to the film's composer. The globe is more detailed, and the texts fades out after finishing, and zooms to Antarctica.



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The Cookie Cats Movie (2016): The Cookie Cats are singing the logo theme, which continues into the Tactile Entertainment logo.



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Countryballs: Time Travelling (2010): After the logo finishes, it downgrades every second until it gets to the 1912 logo. then it gets thrown away by Poland.

Countryballs in Space: The Movie (2018): The 1920 logo is used, but it is modernized, the it zooms into the globe.

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Understanding Sam (2023): The current (2012) logo plays, but the standard music is replaced with a reorchestration of the 1990 Universal logo fanfare, conducted by David Newman.

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