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JHprod: Yin Yang Yo! Adventure (2010, Russian version): The VID TV mask is replaced with Yang's head.

heart1994: Pound Puppies Adventure (1986, Russian version from 1990): The VID TV mask is replaced with Howler's head. Instead of the music, we hear some tap dancing.

The Mr. Men Show (2008, Russian version): The VID TV mask is replaced by Mr. Bump's head. We hear "It's the Funk that makes you go Bump" in Russian instead of the normal music.

Yogi's Gang (1991, Russian version from 1997): The VID TV logo (similar to the parody on "Oba-Na!") plays, but Yogi Bear panics while the line appears and the ball hits him. The mask is replaced with Huckleberry Hound's head, who opens his eyes and says "VIeeiD, VIeeiD... We can't see anything on your VIeeiD!" in Russian with his southern drawl instead of the normal music.

CheesyBob42: Calvin & Hobbes: The Movie (1988, Russian version from 1992): The VID TV mask is replaced with Hobbes' head. Hobbes is saying "Don't go to school today!" in Russian instead of the normal music.

Curiousgeorge60 The Ren & Stimpy Show (1991, Russian version): The VID TV mask is replaced with Ren's head. Sometimes, Stimpy's head appears instead. The music is replaced with Ren or Stimpy (depends on the head) saying "Have a fun time!" in Russian.

Gabkat2007 The Smurfs: The Animated Movie (1993, Russian version from 1994): The VID TV mask is replaced with Papa Smurf's head.

Geronimo Stilton: The Movie (2012, Russian version): The 2000-2002 version of the VID TV logo plays, except the mask is replaced with Geronimo Stilton's head.

WileE2005: Bon Voyage, Charlie Brown (1980, Russian version from 1998): The VID TV logo plays in full with the beginning done like the parody on "Oba Na!", with Snoopy panicking as the line comes near and the ball hits him. Then the ball zooms out, and instead of the VID TV mask fading up, Charlie Brown's head fades up replacing it, with him screaming his trademark "AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAUUGGGGHHHH!" throughout instead of the normal music.

The Great Mouse Detective (1986, Russian version from 1992): The VID TV mask is replaced with Basil's head, looking angered. Also, the cue music plays instead of the normal music.

The Rugrats Movie (1998, Russian version): The VID TV mask is replaced with a crying Tommy Pickles' head. The music is also replaced with him crying.

Tails2112 Looney Tunes: Invasion of the Poop Snatchers (2008, Russian version): The 1990 logo plays, but instead of the mask fading in, it zooms up to the screen, making the people scream like HELL!!!

The Tails Movie (1999, Russian version): The VID TV mask is replaced with Tails' head, plus Tails is sleeping. Instead of the music, we hear Eggman say "Uhh, Tails?".

The Tails Show (2003, Russian version): The 2002 logo plays, but the VID TV mask is replaced with Tails' head. He gives us a two thumbs up. The voiceover is blended with Tails saying "You got that right, my friend!" in English or Russian when Tails gives us two thumbs up. At the end of our show, it used the ending theme.

The That Guy With the Glasses Show (2007-present, Russian version): Same as the 1990 logo, except the head of Douglas "Darien" Walker (aka "That Guy With the Glasses"), with the red Looney Tunes circles behind his head, replaces the mask. The music is also replaced with the last few notes of the show's opening theme.

Team Fortress 2 (2008-present, Russian dub): The logo starts with the Scout standing on the right side of the screen. As the line emerges opposite from him, he starts flailing his arms and screaming. When the ball bounces out, he stops, points, and remarks, "Oh, THERE'S my ball!" in English (this is the video) or Russian. As the ball drops down, Scout drops down. The logo plays as normal, and when the music plays, a grayscale version of the Heavy's face appears, grimacing angrily.

gavdoff Mio Mao (1970, Russian version from the late 1990's): The VID TV mask is replaced with Mio's head. Instead of the music, we hear a precussion track.

domnickjr Dom Show (1981, Russian version from 1990): The VID TV mask is replaced with Dom's head. The music is replaced with Dom singing his favorite song.

PaPaLuigi Barry and the Search for the 13 Meatballs (2006, Russian version): The 1990 logo plays, but "PRESENTS" in Russian language is under the text. The VID TV mask is replaced with Barry's head with a meatball in his hand, and instead of the music, we hear Barry saying "Good. Only 12 to go" in Russian.

wolfie14 The Ghost of Easter (2010, Russian version): The 1990 logo plays, but the VID TV mask has bunny ears on the top.

Adventure_Time Finn's Adventure (2011, Russian version): The 1992-1993 logo is played, but Finn and Princess Bubblegum take off the curtain and the mask is replaced with Jake's head.

The Haunted Hotel of Weegee: The Movie (2009, Russian version): The 1990 logo plays, but the mask is replaced by Weegee and turns you into a Weegee. The music at the end is replaced with "YOU WILL DIE!" in Russian.

MechaKingghidoraFan MARVEL VS. CAPCOM trilogy (2007, Russian version from 2008) (Closing variant): 1990 logo plays, but the mask is replaced with Colossus (from X-Men)'s head and instead of the music, we hear Colossus say "Das vedanya!", which means "Good-bye" in Russian.

Astonishing Fanboy and Chum Chum (2010, Russian version): 1992 logo plays, but Fanboy and Yo take off the curtain and the mask is replaced with Chum Chum's head.

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'Greatest freak out ever: The Movie '(2010, Russian version): The mask is replaced with Stephen Quire's head, and after the fanfare, we hear Jack Quire saying "Stephen, chill out!" in Russian.

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Rayman (1996, Russian Version): The mask is replaced by Rayman's head, and after the fanfare, we hear Rayman shout "YEAH!" in Russian. Also "MOVIES" is below the text.

You Better Watch Out! (2011, Russian version): The 1990 logo plays, but instead of fading in, the mask zooms up to the screen and crashes it. The mask laughs like the end of "Thriller" by Michael Jackson, but in G Major and reverse.

Digimon (1999, Russian Version): We See a regular logo, when the ball reached towards the end, the mask is replaced by a sleeping Sora head and Matt says "Uh. Sora" in Russian

Pokemon: The Indigo Series (Russian Version): We see a regular logo, when the ball reached towards the conclusion, the VID Mask is replaced with Ash's sleepy head (if he had eye surgery). Then we hear Misty say "Open your Eyes, Please Ash!" in Russian. (the quote "Open your eyes, please Ash" is from the episode "The Tower of Terror").

Sailor Moon (Сейлормун, 2009, New Russian Version) At the start of the logo, the ball is attacked by Sailor Jupiter! The mask is replaced with Sailor Chibi Moon and the music is replaced with a Russian dubbed version of the Daimon Pods implanting scene music with Lyrics. This is at the start of the show.

At the credits after the Russian voice actors are credited, text and the logo appear saying:"Озвучено ВИD". This dub was a true redub and Vladislav Listyev, the company's founder, voiced Rini in this dub and re-created her English dub voice by doubling the speed of the tape recorder he had, but re-did himself starting with the Sailor Moon R season.

Kiki's Delivery Service (1990's, Russian Version): Kiki flies through the logo, knocking it down. She then says "Sorry" in Russian.

Кирби Ланд (Kirby Land): The mask is now a angry Crash Kirby sculpture, then it cuts to the Nintendo Logo.

Meeow! (2000, Russian version from 2003): The VID TV mask is replaced with MaisieMac's head.

Ed, Edd n Eddy (1999, Russian version from 2004): The VID TV mask is replaced with Edd's head.

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