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MTE 1987:

Take 1: The "MTE" letters don't appear.

Take 2: The zooming globe flies up instead of down.

Take 3: The globe collides with the camera, cracking the lens.

Take 4: The Blue Mountain theme plays instead of the regular one.

Take 5: The "MTE" text collides with the globe, knocking it down. The director yells "Cut! CUT!! I've had enough of this tomfoolery! Let's get this darn show on the road already!"

Take 6: The logo is done correctly.


Paramount Television "Blue Mountain":

Take 1: "Paramount" is missing.

Take 2: The company name is completely there, but the mountain isn't. It slides in from the right. The director yells "Cut! Cut! Cut! Cut! Cut! All wrong! God, send me actors here! Boy, is Gulf+Western gonna be mad here".

Take 3: "Television" is already there. "Paramount" slides in from above.

Take 4: The logo is upside down.

Take 5: The text is backwards.

Take 6: The music is in reverse.

Take 7: The picture's colors are inverted. Also, "Television" is already there, and slides out instead of in.

Take 8: The logo is done correctly.


heart1994's Logo Bloopers:

Hanna-Barbera "Swirling Star":

Take 1: The star collides, cracking the lens.

Take 2: The words "Hanna Barbera Productions" are there, but the star isn't.

Hanna-Barbera "Swirling Star" - Take 2

Take 3: Instead of the star, a pegasus appears.

Take 4: The logo is done correctly.


Gabkat2007's Logo Bloopers:

Lorimar Television 1988:

Take 1: The "TELEVISION" bar doesn't appear.

Take 2: "LORIMAR" is missing.

Take 3: The "TELEVISION" bar collides with "LORIMAR", causing the logo to crumble.

Take 4: The "Line of Doom" jingle plays instead of the regular one.

Take 5: The music plays in reverse.

Take 6: The logo is upside down.

Take 7: The picture's colors are inverted. Also, the "TELEVISION" bar rotates in from the top instead of the bottom.

Lorimar Television "Marble" - Take 7

Take 8: "LORIMAR" is backwards.

Take 9: The "TELEVISION" bar is completely there, but "LORIMAR" isn't. It slides in from the right.

Take 10: "LORIMAR" is already there. The "TELEVISION" bar slides in from the left.

Take 11: The marble background is blue instead of white.

Take 12: The logo is done correctly.


Columbia Pictures 1993:

Take 1: The torch lady is missing.
Columbia Pictures (1993) - Take 1

Take 2: "COLUMBIA" doesn't appear.

Take 3: The lady is holding a Coca-Cola bottle instead of the torch.

Take 4: "COLUMBIA" is backwards.

Take 5: The logo zooms out too far away, leaving "COLUMBIA" and the byline intact.

Take 6: The logo is done correctly.


Little Tornado Productions, Inc. 2010

Take 1: Bugsy Wugsy doesn't appear when the tornado fades away.

Take 2: The tornado continues to zoom in and eventually crashes into the camera.

Take 3: The tornado doesn't fade away and continues to spin.

Take 4: Instead of Bugsy Wugsy, the tornado fades away to reveal Bugsy, the guinea pig from Disney's Bedtime Stories. The director, Petunia Pretty Paws, says, "Hey, that's not Bugsy Wugsy! CUT!"

Take 5: Bugsy forgets about her wink and asks, "Uh... what was I supposed to do again?" Petunia Pretty Paws tells her, "You were supposed to wink", and Bugsy replies, "Oh..."

Take 6: The company name doesn't appear.

Take 7: The company name is replaced with "Gold Team Rules!"

Take 8: The logo is done correctly.


Little Tornado Productions, Inc. 2010 ("Bugsy at the Beach" variant)

Take 1: Bugsy says "Yo there!" instead of "Aloha!"

Take 2: Instead of a swimsuit, Bugsy wears her regular clothes.

Take 3: Bugsy is replaced with Pinky Pick. The director, Petunia Pretty Paws, says, "Cut! Pinky, go get your own logo!" Pinky then walks away.

Take 4: The logo is done correctly.


CheesyBob42's Logo Bloopers:

Warner Bros. 1998 (75 Years Entertaining The World)

Take 1: The WB shield zooms out too further than usual, and it disappears as it continues to zoom out.

Take 2: The banner is missing.

Take 3: The W and B are in the wrong places.

Take 4: The WB shield turns upside down as it rotates.

Take 5: The banner reads "BRARNER WOS TICPURES".

Take 6: The logo is done correctly.


JHprod's Logo Bloopers:

Sega Master System Boot 1986

Take 1: The Sega logo is green.
Sega Master System boot (1986) - Take 1
Take 2: The Sega logo is replaced with the Nintendo logo.
Sega Master System boot (1986) - Take 2
Take 3: The Sega logo is missing.
Sega Master System boot (1986) - Take 3
Take 4: It was in 16-bit instead of 8-bit.
Sega Master System boot (1986) - Take 4
Take 5: It was in a Sega Saturn mode.
Sega Master System boot (1986) - Take 5
Take 6: The Sega logo is in reverse.
Sega Master System boot (1986) - Take 6
Take 7: The "Master System" text is missing.
Sega Master System boot (1986) - Take 7
Take 8: Mario from an NES game called Super Mario Bros. appears at the end and destroys the Sega logo.
Sega Master System boot (1986) - Take 8
Take 9: Mega Man from an NES game called Mega Man appears at the beginning and destroys the "Master System" text.
Sega Master System boot (1986) - Take 9
Take 10: The "Master System" text is replaced with "Sega Computer 1000" (long for SC-1000).
Sega Master System boot (1986) - Take 10
Take 11: The Sega logo is backwards.
Sega Master System boot (1986) - Take 11
Take 12: The wind is blowing the Sega logo far away.
Sega Master System boot (1986) - Take 12
Take 13: The remixed 8-bit version of the Coca-Cola Telecommunications logo is used.

Take 14: The logo is done correctly.


Sid & Marty Krofft TV Productions (Krofft Supershow) Logo 1976
COMING SOON

sega3dmm's logo bloopers
THX (Broadway - 1983)

Take 1: The THX logo is in gold.
THX Broadway (1983) - Take 1
Take 2: The text at the start reads "Yo!" instead of "The Audience is Listening".
THX Broadway (1983) - Take 2
Take 3: The Deep Note is too loud and the director yells "OUCH! MY EARS!".
Take 4: The Deep Note plays in reverse.
Take 5: The blue border is in orange.
THX Broadway (1983) - Take 5
Take 6: The THX logo reads "WTH".
THX Broadway (1983) - Take 6
Take 7: The text at the start reads "人々は聞いている".
THX Broadway (1983) - Take 7
Take 8: A vocal rendition of the Deep Note is heard, which is a kid screaming.
Take 9: The blue border doesn't appear.
THX Broadway (1983) - Take 9
Take 10: The "LUCASFILM LTD." at the end is changed to "BYE, BYE, DEEP NOTE", causing the Deep Note to malfunction, and the logo to fall and shatter like glass.
THX Broadway (1983) - Take 10
Take 11: The logo is done correctly, until the logo plays faster in reverse, then even faster in re-reverse, and on, and on, until it explodes.
THX Broadway (1983) - Take 11
Take 12: The text at the start reads "Ronald McDonald wants you" instead of "The Audience is Listening".
THX Broadway (1983) - Take 12
Take 13: The THX logo is replaced with a video of a Japanese Ronald McDonald saying "Ran ran ru!". Also, there is no Deep Note.
Take 14: Ronald McDonald wipes paint on the THX logo, making it turn yellow, red, and white. Then, Ronald McDonald leaves.
THX Broadway (1983) - Take 14
Take 15: A girl walks up to the THX logo and kisses it, causing it to turn pink/red and heart shapes shoot out of the logo. The director comments "Oookkaaaaayyy.... That's not something you see everyday...".
THX Broadway (1983) - Take 15
Take 16: The logo is done correctly.


TeleVentures Early 1990s

Take 1: "TELEVENTURES" swings down too further than usual and it goes crazy as it continues to swing down.

Take 2: A gold version of the TeleVentures logo is backwards.
TeleVentures (Early 1990s) - Take 2
Take 3: The logo is done correctly, until, the logo plays faster in reverse, then even faster in re-reverse, and on, and on.

Take 4: A gold version of the TeleVentures logo says "WTH".
TeleVentures (Early 1990s) - Take 4
Take 5: The logo collides with the camera, breaking the lens.

Take 6: The logo is done correctly.


Mariofan88's logo blooper

Warner Bros. Family Entertainment 1992

Take 1: Bugs does not appear
Logo Bloopers - CLG Wiki's Dream Logos
Take 2: Bugs drops his carrot while grabbing it

Take 3: The banner says "FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT" backwards

Take 4: Bugs forgets about his Vanna White pose

Take 5: The logo is done correctly


Tails2112's logo blooper

Miles Prower Television 1991 logo

Take 1: The CGI Mountain music plays instead the original one.

Take 2: The Warner Bros. Television 1994 fanfare was too loud. The director Sonic yells "Cut! CUT!! CUT!!! Gosh darn it, who put this loud jingle here anyway?!?!?!"

Take 3: The original Castle Rock Entertainment jingle is used and the director says "Uh, let's get the re-orchestrated version of this jingle, okay?"

Take 4: The Paramount Television Blue Mountain jingle was heard.

Take 5: The music was way too loud and the director yells "OW!! MY EARS!!! SOMEBODY TURN THAT DOWN!!!"

Take 6: A different pitch is heard.

Take 7: The logo is done correctly.


Curiousgeorge60's logo bloopers

Bizarre Creations (2002)

Take 1: The Jack-O-Lantern's wings falls off and fall down.

Take 2: The Jack-O-Lantern crashes into the camera.

Take 3: The "Bizarre" text doesn't tilt.

Take 4: The biplane from Universal Cartoon Studios logo appears instead of the Jack-O-Lantern.

Take 5: The Jack-O-Lantern falls onto the "Bizarre" text, hitting his head.

Take 6: The logo is done correctly.

Universal Cartoon Studios (1991)

Take 1: The biplane doesn't appear.

Take 2: The biplane ignores the "R" which is backwards while flying around the globe.

Take 3: The biplane crashes into the globe.

Take 4: The words "CARTOON STUDIOS" are all yellow.

Take 5: The biplane keeps giggling and doesn't flip the "R".

Take 6: The smoke and text don't appear.

Take 7: The biplane crashes into the camera. The director yells "CUT! CUT! CUT!".

Take 8: The 1991 Universal Pictures theme is heard.

Take 9: The logo is done correctly.


Tails2112's another logo blooper

Miles Prower Pictures

Take 1: The Warner Home Video fanfare (1986-1997) is used for 1987 printings and the director, Bryan Adams, says "Ooookkkaaayyy... Let's try the 2nd take."

Take 2: The logo zooms in (like the Viacom V of Doom) and then it cracks the lens. The Director says "Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoever put this jingle here will get sued"

Take 3: The Columbia Pictures 1993 music but is in the low pitch and the director says "Okay that's nice. But unfortunately that's the... uh.. the wrong jingle."

Take 4: The logo was done correctly.

Tails2112's yet another logo blooper
Paramount 2002 CGI Mountain

Take 1: The 1991 Universal Television jingle plays instead of the regular one

Take 2: The 1994 Warner Bros. Television logo theme plays

Take 3: The logo zooms in, cracking the lens. The director Dennis Tails yells "CUT! CUT! I'VE HAD ENOUGH OF THIS NONSENSE! *Clears throat* Let's try again, okay?"

Take 4 :The Columbia Television theme plays but the director Beavis McBain goes "Well, that suits the logo...NOT!!" The other guys in the background going "Oh, dude, c'mon!"

Take 5: The Sony international theme plays but the director goes "Um. That's not the right jingle, that's the Sony Pictures Television international"

Take 6: Beavis farting to the 1995 jingle. and Butt-Head goes "Will you like get off of there, Beavis?"

Take 7: The logo is done correctly.


Tails2112 other logo blooper
Beavis McBain Productions

Take 1: Beavis hums to the Warner Bros. Television 1974 jingle.

Take 2: Beavis air guitars to the 1995 Paramount CGI Music but the director goes "CUT!! Beavis, what the hell do you think you're doing?" and Beavis goes "I am the Great Cornholio. Ehh, BRB." and the director goes "Oyoyoy!!! Let's Try this again"

Take 3: Beavis is in place where Stephen J. Cannell was typewriting and he does what Mr. Cannell does and the jingle comes along with it. The director says "And cut. Great job Beavis... NOOTTT!!!!!"

Take 4: The logo is done correctly.

PaPaLuigi's logo blooper
Universal Animation Studios (2006)

Take 1: The Universal text comes from the right like its film counterpart.

Take 2: The 2nd half of the 1st Universal Cartoon Studios theme plays instead of the normal theme.

Take 3: The logo plays correctly, but the cartoon biplane from the 1st Universal Cartoon Studios logo comes up to the camera from the left of the screen when the Earth and text spin around each other and says "I want my part back" in a depressed voice, and a depressed expression to the director. The director replies, "You will in a few years". The biplane says "Really? Yippie!" and flies off-screen to the right when the logo is almost finished.

Take 4: The logo is replaced with the 2002 Paramount Pictures CGI Mountain logo, with "Universal" replacing "Paramount" and "ANIMATION STUDIOS" replacing the Viacom byline and the line above the byline, with "Universal" in the Paramount font and "ANIMATION STUDIOS" in the Viacom Wigga-Wigga font. Everything else is normal. The director yells "CUT! I will really sue you, Paramount and Viacom!"

Universal Animation Studios (2006) - Take 4

Take 5: The logo is done correctly.



Universal logo (1997-2012)

Take 1: "UNIVERSAL" is missing.

Take 2: The 1991 music plays and the byline "AN MCA COMPANY" fades in.

Take 3: The logo animates as normal, but the cartoon biplane from the 1st Universal Cartoon Studios logo flies in and yells "This is what you get for replacing a perfectly good logo!" and drops an atom bomb on the globe. The Cannon Films music is playing while this happens, and the director yells "Stop this BS right now!"

Take 4: A comet crashes into the globe.

Take 5: Instead of "UNIVERSAL", the logo says "POLYGRAM", the bylines "We're Back, B**ch" (top) and "A Universal Company" (bottom) fade in instead of the web address, and many blue winged men fly all around the logo.

Take 6: Instead of "UNIVERSAL", the logo text says "ユニバーサル".

Take 7: The logo is done correctly.


Cartoon Network Studios (2001) (Regular variant)

Take 1: The laser turns off after 4 seconds.
Cartoon Network Studios (2001) (Regular variant) - Take 1
Take 2: The Nickelodeon logo in grunge style is shown instead, making it read "NICKELODEON STUDIOS".
Cartoon Network Studios (2001) (Regular variant) - Take 2
Take 3: The Disney Channel logo in grunge style is shown instead, making it read "Disney CHANNEL STUDIOS".
Cartoon Network Studios (2001) (Regular variant) - Take 3
Take 4: The logo is turned backwards. The director yells "Hold it! Bring me some actors here!".
Cartoon Network Studios (2001) (Regular variant) - Take 4
Take 5: The picture's colors are inverted. Also, the laser turns opposite.
Cartoon Network Studios (2001) (Regular variant) - Take 5
Take 6: The "STUDIOS" text reads "PRODUCTIONS" instead.
Cartoon Network Studios (2001) (Regular variant) - Take 6
Take 7: The Warner Communications byline is shown below the logo instead. The director says "CUT! CUT! CUT! Stop this crazy thing!".
Cartoon Network Studios (2001) (Regular variant) - Take 7
Take 8: The logo is done correctly.


Walt Disney Pictures (1985)

Take 1: The curve line doesn't appear.
Take 2: The "Walt Disney" text is backwards.
Walt Disney Pictures (1985) - Take 2
Take 3: The text is upside down.
Walt Disney Pictures (1985) - Take 3
Take 4: The curve line keeps spinning around and doesn't stop in it's own spot.
Walt Disney Pictures (1985) - Take 4
Take 5: The logo is done correctly, but once it finishes, the flash of light makes the company text disappear. The director says "CUT! CUT!".
Walt Disney Pictures (1985) - Take 5
Take 6: The logo is done correctly.


20th Century Fox (1994-2010)

Take 1: "20th CENTURY FOX" is missing.
20th Century Fox (1994) - Take 1
Take 2: The logo collides with the camera, crashing the logo. The director yells "Cut! Get a grip and do it properly!".

Take 3: The searchlights aren't there.

Take 4: The logo reads "02th CENTURY OFX".
20th Century Fox (1994) - Take 4
Take 5: The searchlights are turned off.
20th Century Fox (1994) - Take 5
Take 6: The structure and the searchlights switch places.

Take 7: The text, structure, and searchlights are jumbled up and the byline doesn't appear. The director says "Alright! Let's get this sorted."

Take 8: The logo is done correctly.

Paramount Pictures Silent logo (1975)

Take 1: The text and byline are backwards.
Paramount Pictures (1975) - Take 1
Take 2: The stars, text, byline, and the registered trademark symbol "
®" don't appear.
Paramount Pictures (1975) - Take 2
Take 3: The logo starts at the border surrounding the mountain, After the text and byline fade out, the print logo fades back into the realistic mountain. The director says "Cut! We better get this logo straight or the big guys at Gulf+Western will get us."
Paramount Pictures (1975) - Take 3
Take 4: When the mountain fades into the print logo, the mountain in the print logo is replaced by the 1960s Universal Pictures print logo. The director says "Cut! I will really sue you, Universal and MCA!"
Paramount Pictures (1975) - Take 4
Take 5: The logo is flipped backwards.
Paramount Pictures (1975) - Take 5
Take 6: The logo turns wooden except for the stars, text, byline, and the registered trademark symbol "
®". The director says "Cut! This logo is not supposed to be wooden."
Paramount Pictures (1975) - Take 6
Take 7: The logo is upside-down and text and byline are right-side-up. The director says "Alright! Let's get this fixed quick."
Paramount Pictures (1975) - Take 7
Take 8: The logo is done correctly.


lukesams' Logo Bloopers

Warner Bros. Pictures (1984)

Take 1: The shield and byline are missing.
Logo Bloopers - CLG Wiki's Dream Logos

Take 2: The shield is replaced with the Warner Bros.-Seven Arts shield and the byline reads "WARNER BROS.-SEVEN ARTS" instead.

Take 3: The logo is replaced with the \\' logo and the text "WARNER BROS. PICTURES" is seen above the logo. The director says "Cut! Get this logo correct or the people at Warner Communications will tell on you."

Take 4: The sky is replaced with the 1975 Paramount logo's background, the shield is replaced with a gold version of the Paramount print logo, and the byline reads "A GULF+WESTERN COMPANY" instead. The director says "Cut! Now, I'm gonna get you, Paramount and Gulf+Western. Paramount has got its separate logo which debuted in October 1975 and will end in two years. So, get this logo fixed right."

Take 5: The shield is upside-down and the byline is backwards. The director says "Cut! Let's change it back to normal!"

Take 6: The logo is done correctly.


LogoWriter's Logo Bloopers

ADV Films (1999)

Take 1: We see scariest logos of all time playing without music, replacing the hieroglyphs.

Take 2: "ADV FILMS" is backwards.
Take 3: Enzo Matrix flies over the hieroglyphs


Take 4: Dot walks top of the ADV Circle

Take 5: Frisket from Reboot barks at the logo

Take 6: The hieroglyphs are replaced with discrete math

Take 7: The ADV Films logo is seen on a VidWindow, and Enzo Matrix, a young one as a director says "CUT it!, I have enough, and plus I am watching ReBoot Season 3 but I end up with a logo that plays again? No more silliness, let's get it right!

Take 8: Still doesn't listen, one last chance of playing it wrong is that the circle does not appear. And Enzo Matrix says "OK, I have enough, ADV Films!"

Take 9: The logo is done correctly.

Adventure_Time
a.k.a. Cartoon

Take 1: The logo is made out of junk.

Take 2: The guy is replaced with Snap from Chalkzone. The director (Mario) says "Wrong guy, bub."

Take 3: The Kankers destroy the guy.

Take 4: The square is replaced with a video of Ronald McDonald.

Take 5: The whole logo explodes (A WTF-BOOM can be heard.).

Take 6: The logo is done correctly.

SnowFlakesOmega
Sega Dreamcast

1. The ball jumps on "t", then the ball goes right and don't makes the Dreamcast "swirl" logo.
Logo Bloopers - CLG Wiki's Dream Logos
2. The Dreamcast words is missing.
Logo Bloopers - CLG Wiki's Dream Logos

3. A "D" makes the swirl instead of the ball.
4. The logo is done correctly.

HB Swirling Star

1.
The star keeps swirling around and it doesn't stop in it's own spot. The director says: ¡Cut! ¡Cut! I don't want that!
2. The star is missing.
3. The company name is missing.
Logo Bloopers - CLG Wiki's Dream Logos

4. The logo uses the Dreamcast ball instead of the star.
5. The star is in backwards.
Logo Bloopers - CLG Wiki's Dream Logos
6. The logo plays with the 1994 music. The director says: That's not the right music, that's the All-Stars logo music!
7. The company name is in backwards. And the star is upside down, and the director says: Please, put all in order!
Logo Bloopers - CLG Wiki's Dream Logos
8. The logo is done correctly.

Colour Cookie (2001) logo.

1. The music repeats 2 times when the guitar note is started.
2. The cookie don't gets multicolored.
Logo Bloopers - CLG Wiki's Dream Logos
3. The cookie is missing.
Logo Bloopers - CLG Wiki's Dream Logos
4. A marron ball replaces the cookie.
Logo Bloopers - CLG Wiki's Dream Logos
5. The logo is done correctly.

More SnowflakesOmega logo bloopers

PBS Split 1989 ID

1. No split is shown.

2. There's no 3D glass.

3. After the 3D glass, the P-Head and his split rotates and rotates.

4. The logo is done correcty, but the P-Head decides to change to some styles.

5. The "PBS" words is missing.

6. The logo is done correctly.

Viacom V of Doom (1976)

1. At the end, the camera don't fades out and the "V" keeps zooming, breaking the screen.

2. The "V" is missing.

3. "A Viacom Presentation" is missing.

4. The music raises volume and the director (Happy, one of the characters from Penobscot Group's television special
Sakira: The Special) says: "OW! MY EARS!"

5. The background is in yellow instead of blue, the "A Viacom Presentation" text reads "Screen Gems Production", and the "V" is replaced by the Screen Gems "S" logo in black. Instead of the "S" zooming in, the "S" comes right and then slides to the center. The music is replaced by the Screen Gems "Dancing Sticks" music. When the logo ends, the director says: "Were making a Viacom logo, but not a Screen Gems one."

6. The logo is in reverse.

7. The V is replaced by Nickelodeon Pinchface, zooming closer to the screen. Then the director was petrified, turns white and shouts "AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHH!!!!"

8. The logo is done correctly.


Hanna Barbera "Zooming "H-B"


1. The "H-B" doesn't appear.

2. The text is missing.

3. The "H-B" is replaced by a zooming "B-H", and "hanna-barbera" is replaced by "banna-harhera".

4. The music is in high-pitch.

5. The "H-B" keeps zooming and it doesn't stop in its own spot.

6. The logo is done correctly.

Seven Arts Productions (2004)

1. The three sevens don't appear. The director then says: "Where are the sevens?" and looks around. He later finds them sleeping on the DiC "Kid in Bed". The director then says: "Wake up, Sevens. We need some job to do." The three sevens then get off the bed.

2. The spotlight is switched out. The director then says: "CUT! I want the spotlight switched on!"

3. The three sevens falls down to the ground instead of jumping high.


4. The three sevens are replaced by three 5's and the logo spells "FIVE ARTS PRODUCTIONS". The director then says: "CUT!"

5. The three sevens throw flames instead of singing.

6. The three sevens don't sing and the director goes: "CUT! Please sing!"

7. The SAP logo is backwards.

8. The SAP logo reads "SINGING NUMBERS PRODUCTIONS"

9. The logo is done correctly, but the "Television" from the Paramount Television "Blue Mountain" logo comes out below the SAP logo and the director says: "OK. We will try it again in the evening."

10. The music is replaced with "Popcorn" and the sevens dance instead of singing. The director then says: "Not again!"

11. The three sevens are made of steel.

12. The three sevens pixelate while singing. The director then says: "Cut! Don't pixelate!"

13. The three sevens and the microphone are replaced with Aaron dressed in disco clothes and the music is "Let's Groove Tonight" by Earth, Wind, and Fire. Aaron dances to the song. The director then says: "Cut! Aaron, Can you get out of here and bring that record back to Ickis?". Aaron then leaves.

14. The three sevens are replaced by Ickises dressed up like The Flirts and they sing "Passion" by The Flirts instead. Plus, the 1972 Enterprise Films print logo replaces the SAP logo. The director then says: "Cut! Go away you filthy creatures, or I will send you to the zoo!"

15. The three sevens are replaced by the Big Beast Quintet from the Nickelodeon bumper.

16. The three sevens watch TV instead of singing. The director then says: "Cut! The TV is going back to the Rental House because it costs some money, so we have to do it right!"

17. The three sevens sing as usual, but Suicune (from Pokémon) appears out of nowhere and freezes the microphone with an Ice Beam.

18. The three sevens are replaced with the SSF, the VID Mask and the Nickelodeon Pinchface. The director then yells: "AAAAAAHHH!!"

19. No microphone is shown. The director then says "Sevens, this is your 19th chance. This time we have to do it right."

20. The three sevens are replaced with the comet 1985 Golden Books Home Video "Outer Space" logo, thus crashing the microphone. The director then says: "Cut! That comet who recently replaced the sevens scares me!"

21. The three sevens are replaced by bats and they fly around instead of singing.

22. The three sevens jump on a trampoline instead of singing. The director then says "Cut! Can you get off of this trampoline, Sevens?".

23. The three sevens are replaced by Ickis dressed up as Divine singing "
Native Love (Step By Step)" by Divine. The director then says: "Cut! We're not in a music video, Ickis!"

24. The three sevens sing "The Metro" by Berlin instead.


25. The
The three sevens are replaced by Snap (from Chalkzone) dressing up as Terri Nunn singing "No More Words" by Berlin. The director then says: "Snap!".

26.
The three sevens are replaced with three Bloos and they sing "Break My Stride" by Matthew Wilder. The director then says: "I QUIT!"

27. The logo is done correctly.



Nickelodeon Bones (1990s)

1. The girl isn't here.

2. The bone is blue and the "NICKELODEON" text is replaced by the Viacom logo. The director says: "We're making a Nickelodeon bumper, but not a Viacom logo."

3. The girl plays a Game Gear instead of throwing the bone to the dog. The director then says: "Cut! The Game Gear will be back on the videogame store because it costs some money, so do it right!"

4. The girl wears a crown. The director then says: "Cut!"

5. The dog runs away instead of catching the bone. The director yells "Cut! Please find that dog!"

6. The dog is replaced by a dragon and the girl screams. The director yells "Cut!"

7. The bone pixelates on the close-up part. The director then says: "Don't pixelate!"

8. The Nickelodeon text on the bone isn't there.

9. The dog is replaced with a bat. The director then says "Nickelodeon, this is your tenth chance. This is the time we must do it right."

10. The girl holds a Nickelodeon fish. The director then says: "Cut! Not again!"

11. The girl plays a guitar instead of throwing the bone.

12. The Nickelodeon text reads "SNAP RULES!"

13. The girl dances instead of throwing the bone. The director then says "Oh well. We will try it again tomorrow evening."

14. The girl is replaced with Angelica Pickles and the dog is replaced with Spike. The director says "Cut! Angelica and Spike, Can you please get out of here? We have to make a new bumper for Nickelodeon, not an episode of Rugrats.", Then they leave.

15. The girl and the dog are replaced with Snap dressing up as
Terri Nunn and sings "The Metro" by Berlin. The director says "Snap, get out of here! We are not making a musical!"

16. The logo is done correctly.



TheShinyMew's Logo Bloopers
Ultimate Enterprise Studios (1984-1988)

1. The text does not appear.
2. Snap is replaced with Ickis.
3. The text is replaced with a spinning record and the music is "No More Words" by Berlin. Snap comes in dressed up like Berlin, sings, and dances along to the music. The director (Bowser) says "Cut! We're not making musical!."
4. Snap is replaced with Bloo.
5.
The text is replaced with Snap dressing up as a cheerleader, the background is the same as the 1978 Constantin Film logo, and the music is "We Got the Beat" by the Go-Gos. Snap dances along to the song and the director says "CUT! Can you please turn the music off and leave? We have to make a new logo for the Ultimate Enterprise Studios, not a video of you having fun with your favorite rock music." Snap grabs his boombox and leaves.
7.
The logo is done correctly.




HiddenMario's Logo Bloopers
Lionsgate(2005-)

1. The gate does not appear.
2. The text does not appear.
3. Pac-Man eats the L.
4. Pixar Lamp Jumps on the "I" Four times until the "I" gets flattened.
5. Snap (from Chalkzone) punches the gate.
6. The "Television" from the Paramount TV Logo appears under the "LIONSGATE" text, And the director says "Cut! CUT! Television, We are not making a "LIONSGATE Television" Logo, we are making a new logo for Lionsgate! Get out of there and be accompanied by The "TELEVISION" From the 1965 20th Century FOX TV Logo!" then The "Television" from The Paramount TV Logo leaves and says "Sorry!" in Snap's voice.
7. The logo is done correctly, but the text is gone, so the Pinchface from the Nickelodeon Pinchface bumper appears out of nowhere. Then the director says "AHHHHHHHH! GET OUT OF THE LOGO OR I REALLY WILL SUE YOU, PINCHFACE! GET A GRIP ON THE TEXT AND PLACE IT ON WHERE IT IS SUPPOSED TO BE!!!", then the Pinchface leaves and the text comes to where it is supposed to be.
8. The text reads "RICK ROLLED" and the music is replaced with Never Gonna Give You Up by Rick Astley.
9. The text reads "BND" meaning "VID" in Russian.
10. The Nickelodeon Pinchface music Plays.
11. The music is silent, that made the director say "OK.... We will try again tomorrow morning." at the end of the logo.
12. The logo is done correctly, but Jigglypuff arrives when the logo ends and says "SING! LALALA!" while she uses Sing on the director. After that move, The Director was fast asleep, so Jigglypuff dresses up as the Director and says "Best known for its Perfect TV Shows, Movies, High Quality, and Alpha and Omega, it's the only one: LIONSGATE!" and leaves, then the logo fades out.
13. The music was replaced with the Sega Dreamcast Startup Music when the gate opens.
14. When the logo ends, Snap (in his 1980-1998 appearance) vomits blue paint on the text, causing the text to turn blue. then the Director says "Cut! Snap, GO USE THE BATHROOM!!!!", Then Snap leaves.
15. The text reads "".
16. The logo was a online video.
17. Two Yoshis eat the text in a text-eating duel, then burp and laugh.
18. Shaymin pulls down the "S" from the text, then the Director says "CUT! Shaymin, You did not pull down the "S" from the text! GO AWAY TO SHAYMIN FILMS!", then Shaymin leaves.
19. The sky is replaced with the one in the Warner Bros. Pictures Logo 1998-.
20. Bloo touches the word "LIONSGATE", turning it blue.
21. Bombermancomes in the logo, turning "GATE" into "MAN" and "LIONS" INTO "BOMBER", making the logo say "BOMBERMAN", then the Director says "Cut! CUT! CUT! CUT! CUT! CUT! ALL WRONG! We have to make a new logo for LIONSGATE, not a Bomberman Logo! GO AWAY, BOMBERMAN!", then Bomberman Head fades out.
22. The logo is done correctly, but the background is replaced with a starfield and "LIONSGATE" zooms through the starfield, ala Doctor Who. The music is replaced with the Howell Theme of Doctor Who.
23. The Mario Brothers come in the right and Luigi starts to make his NEW Luigisum, but the SSF from the second K-C Logo smashes the "I" on the text, causing the Mario Brothers to fight theirselves, but Mario punches Luigi in the face causing the Text to shatter and the SSF to fall, then the Director says "CUT! MARIO AND LUIGI, GO AWAY!" then the Mario Brothers walk to the left of the logo saying "Sorry!" then leave.
24. Yin-Yarn turns EVERYTHING into fabric and the text into yarn, ala Kirby's Epic Yarn. The director shouts "YIN-YARN!"
25. Mario and Bowser have a fight.
26. Aaron the Cat sits on the text saying "Best known for its purr-fect TV Shows, Movies, High Quality, and Alpha and Omega, it's the only one: Lionsgrrrate!" then Snap (in his 1980-1998 appearance) kicks Aaron's butt, making Aaron The Cat say "AHHHHHHHHH! SNAAAAAAAPP!" then the Director says "Aaron, GO BACK TO ARGOSY MEDIA! SNAP, GO BACK TO CHALKZONE!" then they leave.
27. The text reads "SNAP ROCKS!".
28. Reshiram burns the logo with a Fusion Flare. The director says "RESHIRAM! GET YOUR OWN LOGO!"
29. The logo is done correctly.

VIACOM V of Steel Chicken Version (1986) Bloopers
1. The V of Steel is replaced with the Warner Bros. \\' logo, and the Warner Communications byline is under the word Viacom.
2. The V is replaced by the Wigga-wigga logo.
3. The V is replaced by the 20th Century Fox print logo.
4. The chicken is replaced by Snap, and he vomits blue paint on the logo. The director yells, "GET OFF OF MY LOGO, YOU STUPID LITTLE (bleep)!!!!!
5. The Chicken, V and text aren't there, and the purple gradient background is replaced by clouds, the V is replaced by the VID Mask and the chicken is Ickis.
6. The purple gradient background is replaced by the stars, the V is replaced by the Pinchface and the chicken is Snap.
7. The chicken is replaced by the guy from the 90's Reese's Pieces commercial, and he growls. The director yells,"EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!" Translated, "AAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHH!!!!!"
8. The logo is multicoloured and goes black and white.
9. The chicken is silent, and the V is replaced by the 70's Columbia Sunburst, with the 1993 byline for some odd reason.
10. The chicken is a lion and the V is the MGM wreath.
11. The V is replaced with KLASKY CSUPO, and the chicken is the SSF. There is a few words sandwiched between, saying , "A DIVISION OF".
12. The V is the Egg and the chicken is the person (From an early Nick bumper).
13. The music is the 1995 CTTD music.
14. The logo plays in reverse, and morphs into the WDHV Neon mickey of DOOM!
15. The logo is replaced by the Special Delivery logo.
16. The Logo is in it's early 60's version, but the font is Times, AND, it is an actual V.
17. The logo appears in the 1986 Paramount logo as the stars, and Para is replaced with Via, making it Viamount, a Chicken + Steel Company.
18. The logo takes form as the late 80's UA logo, and the V gets the same streaks as in the normal version, and Viacom is in the normal text of the original logo.
19. The logo plays correctly, but the word TELEVISION from the 20th Television Fox logo zooms in (a la V of doom) and takes up the whole screen.
20. The logo zooms out and flashes (a la WDHV 90's bumpers).
21. The logo explodes, and we hear the Ta-Da sound from Windows XP, as "Level Complete" in the same shade of steel blinks on and off.
22. The logo resembles the 1990's VRP logo.
23. The logo is seen in the DIC kid's bed.
24. The logo is done correctly.

cosmicpegasis' logo bloopers

viacom v of doom.

take 1: the text is replaced by "ВИD" but the logo plays normaly.

take 2: microsoft sam is riding on the v.

take 3: the text says "soi > lol."

take 4: the v is replaced by a blue ВИD of a doom mask and the screen cracks when the mask stops and plays in reverse with no music and the crack remains.

take 5: the v is replaced by the sono art/world wide pictures woman.

take 6: after the v stops, a guy with the vid mask censored on his face runs from the side and crashes into the v resulting of the v splitting open.

take 7: the text is missing and the v is mirrored and up side down

take 8: the text says "представляет"

take 9: the text says "soi soi soi soi soi soi soi."

SCREEN GEMS

take 1: the s falls off the screen. the director says "radar overseer scotty! you screwed up the logo!"

take 2: the s has a base that holds it, but it falls with the s.

take 3: the text says "ח" (chet)

take 4: the logo is in live action and the s falls from a table by 2 people letting go of the strings to make it fall. the director says "radar overseer scotty! why did you hire these men!"

take 5: a green man jumps to block the s thinking it will scare sam.

take 6: same as 4 but the s is mirrored.

take 7: the vin di bona logo music plays over the original

both logos have been done correctly.

to be continued


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thejoshaptors Somebody erase Viacom logo bloopers that HiddenMario (or P. Bob?) made 4 Sep 13 2014, 4:13 AM EDT by MagicHeart2013
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Those Viacom bloopers that this guy made has got to be deleted! Those are P. Bob's first dreams, but not a real logo
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Emmet@Lego Hbo indepdance production lights outtake 0 Sep 6 2014, 10:48 PM EDT by Emmet@Lego
Thread started: Sep 6 2014, 10:48 PM EDT  Watch

1 the man hits the lights with the shovel instead Turing the lights on
2 pikachou hits the lights with lighting bolt cause the purple light to flash on and off
3 the man turns off the lights instead of turning it on
4 the man tries to turn the lights on but It won't turn on
5 The logo takes place in spongebobs home
6 the logo is done propley
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23Aa2 3rd logo blooper. 0 Jul 12 2014, 8:03 AM EDT by 23Aa2
Thread started: Jul 12 2014, 8:03 AM EDT  Watch
THX - Tex

Take 1.Tex hit the H The director says CUT!!!!!!!!!!!!! Tex, Do not hit the H

Take 2.The deep note is the Screen Gems music, The director says Uhm, Did you put Screen Gem batteries in the X? Lets try it again at night.

Take 3.Tex is replaced with Squidward. CUT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! says the director. Get away from the X! STOP! PLEASE STOP IT!

Take 4.The logo reads Snap Rocks! CUT! says the director Turn the logo back into THX!

Take 5.Quisp is infront of the logo also is about to puke. DONT! says the director NO! Then he pukes alot of Dancing Pinchfaces. AHHHHHHH! screams the director the runs out the door. Quisp leaves the logo. The logo is green.

Take 6.The logo is done correctly.
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