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Brain Candy (2008): Starts out with the current logo, then after the Viacom byline fades in, the logo zooms back into a small box while the word "LOST" zooms into the screen's middle from the left and the word "BOYS" does the same thing from the right (read: just like Lost Boys, Inc's original television logo). The two words appear right under each other and flash, at which point the letter "A" appears above the Paramount logo and the words "INC. PRODUCTION" appear under the word "BOYS."

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Johnny vs. Chicken Little (2005): Starts out with the 1975 logo but the byline says "A Johnny Test Company" in the Snakes and Arrows font. Also, the "www.fraps.com" text is on top for a unknown reason.
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The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie 2 (2014): The current logo plays with the SpongeBob theme song, but the fanfare stops near the end, causing SpongeBob coming in, and yells really loud, "SPONGEBOB SQUAREPANTSSSSSSSSSSSSS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!". While he does that, the stars and text (the Viacom byline is not there at the time) shatter like glass and fall out of their places. SpongeBob then says "Sorry" in his usual tone. then it fades to the Paramount Animation Logo. At the end of the movie, the logo is shown without the text and stars. SpongeBob says "REWIND!" in his usual tone. The logo rewinds to the beginning. SpongeBob then says "PLAY!" in his usual tone. The logo plays as it did in the opening one, but the music doesn't die down. When the logo has formed, the byline "/\ SPONGEBOB SQU/\REP/\NTS CO/\/\P/\NY" replaces the Viacom byline. SpongeBob then says "There! Much much much much much much much much much much much much better!"
Paramount (The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie 2) (Closing)

Due to its crashing and tantrum themes, the DVD release of The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie 2 was instead released under the Paramount Premiere label, and in subsequent releases, the 2010 Paramount Premiere logo appears, but it still recovers the content. This is likely due to the DVD using a circa-2000s HD master of the film. However, it will be restored on the Blu-ray release, and TV airings.

SpongeBob's Extraordinary Adventure (2009): The current logo plays, but then we zoom down to the base of the mountain, zoom back to that island near Bikini Bottom, then we dive down into Bikini Bottom, until we get to SpongeBob's house, then the film resumes as normal.

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The Squidward Tentacles Movie (2010): The current Paramount Pictures logo plays with the majestic fanfare, but after the fanfare ends, lousy clarinet notes from Squidward's clarinet are heard, causing the stars, the byline and "Paramount" to fall out of their usual places and shatter like glass. Then we hear Squidward say "Sorry" in his usual tone. At the end of the movie, we see the already formed 2002 Paramount logo without the stars, text, and byline. Then we hear Squidward say "REVERSE!" in his usual tone, causing shattered glass to fall out from the clouds, which return to their usual places and reform the stars and "Paramount". The Viacom byline appears in its post-2005 font, and we hear Squidward say "There! Much better."

Paramount (The Squidward Tentacles Movie) (Ending)




Ruby Gloom: The Movie (2008): (This variant exists after the end credits) The current Paramount logo is cut to the "Paramount" zooming out and stars surrounding the mountain, and when the byline "/\ VI/\CO/\/\ CO/\/\P/\NY" fades in, the text "DISTRIBUTED BY", in Century Gothic, fades in above the mountain.

Paramount Distributed By"
Calvin & Hobbes: The Movie (1988): Paramount logo from 1986 plays, but the camera zooms in between the text and mountain peak at the end, leaving the background intact, and we fade out when we are finished zooming. This was also seen on Calvin & Hobbes 2.

The Berenstain Bears Scouts and the Great Big Burp (2009): 1968 Paramount logo plays as usual, but the "A Gulf+Western Company" byline is replaced with "A VIACOM COMPANY" in Times New Roman. At the end, "WARNER BROS. FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT AND PARAMOUNT PICTURES PRESENT'' zooms in, and the rest of the opening credits roll.

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Geronimo Stilton: Kingdom of Fantasy (Summer 2011, Asia): The current logo plays, but Trick the Pixie rides one of the stars, jumps off and pulls the entire arc of stars down with one tug. This version is shown on the US/Canada DVD and Blu-ray, but is confined to showings in Asia. A shorter version of the variant, beginning when "Paramount" zooms out, is shown after the end credits on all prints of the film.

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Mork & Mindy (2009): Mork's egg flies by alongside the stars. From inside, Mork shouts "Nanu nanu!".

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AAAHH!!! Real Monsters: The Movie (October 25, 1996): The 1995 logo plays, but the sky is a bit darker and Ickis, Krumm, and Oblina appear behind the mountain doing scares after the logo forms.

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Utah Rules (2010): The 2002 Paramount logo plays, but the byline "/\ V|/\CO/\/\ CO/\/\P/\NY" is replaced with the byline "/\ UT/\H UTES CO/\/\EDY". This is only on the trailer.

Paramount (Utah Rules)

Utah Rules 2: BYU's Revenge (2013): The 2002 Paramount logo plays, but the mountain, stars, the text, and the byline are in white with blue outlines in it.
Rugrats: Royal Ransom (2005): The logo is in the same animation as the book.
Paramount (Rugrats: Royal Ransom)


Indiana Jones and the Curse of the Bermuda Triangle (2014): We see a recreation of the 1945 Paramount cartoon logo, with the Viacom byline below the logo in an Arial font. The logo then fades to a drawing of a mountain on a piece of paper.

Paramount Pictures (Indiana Jones and the Curse of the Bermuda Triangle)

My Dinner with SpongeBob (2012): The 1945 Paramount cartoon logo plays, and after a few seconds, a star with Sandy Cheeks' head on it spins towards the screen from the center of the logo. When it stops, the gold words "Sandy Cheeks" appear below the star, in Brush Script font.
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The Ren & Stimpy Movie (2010): The 1986 logo plays like normal, but the cursive font now reads "Paramount Peectures!" and underneath is the byline in a "Stimpy"-type font, reading "A VIACOM COMPANEE!" The text and stars then fade away, and we slowly zoom over the mountain, through a town until we get to Ren and Stimpy's trailer, and the opening credits start.

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Chubbles New York (2008): The 1975-86 Paramount logo with fanfare plays, but "A Gulf+Western Company" is replaced by "A Viacom Company" in the Times font.

Paramount (Chubbles New York)

News Break (2000): The 1952-1954 Paramount logo plays as usual, but "A Viacom Company" appears under the logo in a Helvetica font.
Paramount (News Break)

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Dom's THX Adventure (2007): The 1968 Paramount logo plays, but when the Viacom byline fades in, a copyright reads "© 2007, PARAMOUNT, MAD MOUSE FILMS, AND DOM STUDIOS" below.
Yappo Goes to New York City (2009): The logo is black and white.

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Barry and the Search for the 13 Meatballs (2006): The current logo plays, but at the end, Pikachu rolls over the mountain, grabs one star from behind and throws it away before going down the mountain.
Galaxy Venues (1988): The 1986 logo plays, but when the Paramount text and Gulf+Western byline fade in, the logo zooms out to reveal it is on a picture frame. As it does so, the text "PARAMOUNT PICTURES AND WARNER BROS. PRESENT" appears below, and we go to the rest of the opening credits.

Volcano: World Domination (1992): The later version of the 1968 Paramount logo plays, but the Gulf+Western byline is replaced with the byline "A Paramount Communications Company" in the same font as the Gulf+Western byline.

Paramount 1968 with Paramount Comm. Byline

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Sandi and Dallas (2009): Basically a combination of the 1986 logo and the current logo.


Paramount (2009)
Green Blobs (2003): The logo is seen on an MP3 player.
Paramount (2003)

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Clerks III (2009): The current logo plays, but looks more live action. A chick also flies onto the tip of the mountain.

Paramount (2009, Clerks 3 variant, Non-US)

On the TV spots, the 1986-2002 international logo plays, but it looks more cartoonish. The "/\ \/|/\CO/\/\ CO/\/\P/\NY" byline fades in too.
Paramount (2009, Clerks 3 Variant, US Version)

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Warriors (2008): A thunderstorm is happening. Also, if you look closely, you can see Bluestar's reflection in the top star.
Warriors 2 (2009): The mountain is in the forest where the books take place.
Warriors 3 (2010): The logo turns into a postage stamp. On the trailer, the 20th Century Fox and Paramount logos are printed onto postage stamps. To see the image below, go to http://dreamlogos.wikifoundry.com/page/Your+Dream+Variations+20th+Century+Fox+Film+Corporation/
20th Century Fox/Paramount (2010, Warriors 3 Trailer 2 Variant)

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Tom & Jerry: The Movie 2 (2010): The current (Paramount Pictures) logo plays, but at the end of the logo, the stars, byline, and the "Paramount" text fade out, and Tom and Jerry appear, chasing in the bottom-left clouds. We then zoom in to the top, and "WARNER BROS. ANIMATION PRESENTS" zooms in on the black screen, and the rest of the movie's opening credits roll. After the end credits, the logo appears with 1 star clipped away to make room for Jerry, who is sitting on a mountain and was just about to eat a popsicle, and "DISTRIBUTED BY" appears in the same font as the byline. This follows the WB animation logo, with Tom chasing Jerry from the right to left, while Bugs gets confused.

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Asian Lives (2010): The current logo plays, but it is put on the Hong Kong skyline background and Hong Kong's flag is seen behind the logo. On a trailer, the 1986 logo is used, but no byline appears.

Hard Rain 2 (2011): The current logo plays, but it is tinted in blue and it is raining in the logo.

A Big Trip to New York (1985): The 1975-1986 logo plays, but when the logo finishes, we zoom out to reveal that the logo is on a billboard.
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Rugrats Meet Ren and Stimpy (2006): The 1986-2002 logo plays, but when it forms, the logo turns into a 2D drawing and we travel from the logo to the setting where Rugrats episodes take place. Then, the film resumes as normal.
Paramount (Rugrats meet Ren and Stimpy) (Opening)

At the end of the movie, we see a 2D drawing of the already formed 1986-2002 logo, but the Viacom byline is in its post-2005 font.
Paramount (Rugrats meet Ren and Stimpy) (Ending)

Good Burger 2 (2009): The 1986 logo animates just like the 2002 logo.

One: The Movie (1978): The 1975-1986 logo plays, but when the mountain fades into the print logo, the mountain in the print logo is replaced by the numeral "1".
Paramount (One: The Movie) (Opening)

At the end of the movie, a still picture of the variant as seen in the movie's opening is shown, but after 5 seconds, the numeral "1" morphs into the mountain as seen in Paramount's print logo.
Paramount (One: The Movie) (Ending)

The Holiday House (1978): The 1975-1986 logo is on a green background with the near-circle in red, and starts at the point where the text, byline, and Registered trademark symbol fade in.

Computer Control (1994): The 1954-1968 logo is seen, but it is in black with green outlines except for the stars and text. Also, the Paramount Communications byline in the Times New Roman font and also in white is seen below and the mountain, stars, and text are poorly drawn.
Paramount (Computer Control)

The Adventures of Stupor Boy (2000): Each logo is in the style of the scene on a comic book. Also, the "Paramount" text is a little smaller and the Viacom byline seems to be larger than usual.
Paramount (The Adventures of Stupor Boy)

Goodnight Moon (2009): The logo is in the same style as in the book.
Paeamount (Goodnight Moon)
Ribbit: The Movie (2011): Same as The Last Airbender variant, but it animates in reverse and 2x warp speed. After that, we zoom from the beginning of the logo into a hard-to-tell planet. Then, we zoom from the planet into space as the opening credits roll.
Paramount (Ribbit: The Movie)

Ring-a-Ling (2007): The current logo plays, but when the Viacom byline fades in, the logo shakes for a second. On the TV spot, the 1975 logo with a Viacom byline is seen in a vibrating cell phone on a wooden desk.
Charlie Brown, Where Are You? (1982): The 1975 logo plays, but the mountain fades into the print logo on a red background and the near-circle is black.
Nicktoons Red (Spongebob Must Die Edition, 2010): The Paramount mountain resembles a sponge and the stars resemble Patrick Star. "Paramount" is in blood red.
Village of the Cats (1983): The 1975-1986 logo takes place in Des Moines.
Allegra the Puppet's Quest: The Search for Rondo (2012): The 1986 logo is blue and dark clouds cover the logo. Also, the Viacom byline is in its post-2005 font.
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On one trailer, the logo is a sculpture at a garden.
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On another trailer, the logo is inverted.
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Yolk (April 14, 2006): The logo plays normally for six seconds until it cuts to its last few seconds.
Paramount (Yolk)
The Purple Yarn (August 29, 2003): The logo is purple.
Zig-Zag (June 11, 2010): The 2010 version of the 2002 logo plays, but the 1987 fanfare is heard throughout the logo.
Fancy (2000): The 1999 version of the 1986 logo plays, but the mountain has brown hair on the top and the stars resemble hairbrushes.
Fumblebums (July 2, 2010): The 1986 logo plays, but the stars are replaced with baseballs and the mountains is replaced with a baseball cap. Also, the Viacom byline is in its post-2005 font and the logo is recreated.
PBS Goes Pac-Man (2015): The 2010 version of the 2002 logo plays, but the "P" in "Paramount" is replaced with Mr. P-Head and the rest of the word "Paramount" is in the Snakes and Arrows font. Also, the mountain is replaced with an upside-down version of the V of Doom and on the first half of the logo, the stars are exactly the same as in Iron Man 2.
Paramount Pictures - PBS Goes Pac-Man (2015)
Nothing Short of Excellent (1983): We see the normal 1975 logo, but the stars, text, byline, and registered trademark symbol are purple, the background is green, and the near-circle is dark blue.
Paramount Pictures (Nothing Short of Excellent, 1983)
I'm Lovin' It: The Beginning (September 29, 2003): The logo is in style of the 2003 McDonald's logo.
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The Laptop (2011): The current logo resembles a project made with BluffTitler.
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Not Before I Have My Coffee (1985): The 1975 logo plays, but when it forms, we zoom out to reveal the logo on a coffee cup.
The Doo (1991): The 1986 logo is orange.
Garbage Strike: The Musical (2000): The 1999 version of the 1986 logo is made out of garbage.
The Snake Bandits (1988): The 1986 logo is yellow.
I Am the Cheese (1996): A recreation of the 1986 logo plays, but the mountain is replaced with the Cheese from the Rocko's Modern Life episode, "Wacky Delly".
Paramount (I am the Cheese)
Robert Bird: Orchestral Birds (1951): The Academy Award-winning animated short contains a purple version of the 1926 logo. Also, the logo is a little off-center.
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The Holy Bible (1955): The 1926 logo is sepia toned and it shows an image of the Holy Bible.
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The Attack of the Mummies (1962): The logo falls down and the mummies take away the logo. Animated by Max Browne.
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Carl (1970): The 1968-1975 logo plays, but at the end, the entire logo fades into a red background, but the word "Paramount" stays on-screen. After that, the word "Paramount" turns into "CARL".
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Rupert and the Kidnappers (1973): The logo is pale green and is darker than usual.
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Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 (1982): The 1975-1986 logo plays, but when the mountain fades into the print logo, the background is black and the near-circle is dark red.
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Valle Bubo (1986): The 1975-1986 logo plays, but when the mountain fades into the print logo, the background is violet and the near-circle is black.
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Soul of Love (1990): The 1986 logo is brown.
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The Money (1997): The 1986 logo plays, but when it forms, it turns green.
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Dr. Strange (1999): The 1999 version of the 1986 logo turns static in its last few seconds.
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Begin! (1999): The logo gets bumped by a bus.
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Feldspar (2001): The logo is covered with lava and rocks.
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Dr. Strange 2 (2001): The 1999 version of the 1986 logo plays, but when it forms, a bullet slices through the logo.
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Alone in Our Universe (2005): The logo is made out of ice. Also, the logo is not centered right.
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Spore: The Movie (2010): The 2002 logo is still, with the stars, text and sky in cerulean and the clouds, mountain and blyine in monochrome. Also, the logo isn't animated and explodes, seguing into the Legendary Pictures logo also customized for the film.
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The Big Outbreak (2011): The 1975 logo is seen, but the Gulf+Western byline is replaced with the Viacom byline in its post-2005 font.
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East Fry (2010): The logo is exactly like in Elizabethtown, Zodiac, and Indiana Jones: The Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. Also, the logo has an old film look, a thunderstorm is happening and we zoom to the right of the logo, seguing into the Lucasfilm logo customized for the movie.
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At the end of the movie, instead of the usual 2002 closing logo, the 1975 logo is seen, but the Gulf+Western byline is replaced with the Viacom byline in the Gulf+Western font. On trailers and TV spots for this film, the 1954 logo is yellow.
Corn on the Cop (2009): The 1995 version of the 1986 logo is seen, but it is yellow.
Paramount Pictures (Corn on the Cop, Opening)
At the end of the movie, instead of the usual 2002 closing logo, a still of the 1995 version of the 1986 logo is seen, but the stars are yellow.
Paramount Pictures (Corn on the Cop, Ending)
On trailers and TV spots for this film, the 1995 version of the 1986 logo is gold and it is on a waving flag.
Paramount Pictures (Corn on the Cop, Trailer)
Swapper (October 15, 2010): Exactly like in The Last Airbender, but on the second half of the logo, the mountain is replaced with the Big Hatchet Mountains.
Paramount Pictures (Swapper)
Your Majesty (2010): The 2010 version of the 2002 logo plays, but on the first half of the logo, the clouds are replaced with a black background. The second half of the logo is tinted in gold and there is a crown on top of the mountain.
Paramount Pictures (Your Majesty)
Striker! (November 2010): The 1953-1975 logo appears, but the Viacom byline is seen below in the Cambria font.
Paramount Pictures (Striker!, Opening)
At the end of the movie, the 1968-1975 logo is used, but the Viacom byline is seen below in the Segoe Print font.
Paramount (Striker!, Ending)
On all trailers and TV spots for the film, the 1953-1969 logo is used, but the Viacom byline is seen below in the Times New Roman font.
Paramount Pictures (Striker!, Trailer)
Taco Tim's (2009): The 1974 version of the 1968-1975 logo plays, but the Gulf+Western byline is replaced with the Viacom byline in the Arial black font. Also seen at the end of the movie and on all trailers and TV spots for this film.
Paramount Pictures (Taco Tim's)
Fishies (April 2, 2012): (This variation was seen after the closing credits) The 2010 version of the 2002 logo plays, but the logo takes place in an ocean, the stars are replaced with fishes, and the mountain is replaced with a coral reef. Also, the words "DISTRIBUTED BY" are seen above the logo.
Thunder Cats: The Movie (2012): The 2010 version of the 2002 logo is dark blue and animates in reverse. Also, it is raining in the logo, a thunderstorm is happening, and a full moon shows up at the end.
Paramount Pictures - Death Game (2012)
Thor 2 (2013): Exactly like in Thunder Cats: The Movie, but the stars are nearly visible and the scene is also flooding.
Banana Split (1992): The 1989 version of the 1986-2002 logo plays, but the sky is yellow and the mountain is brown.
The Ant Army (1994): The 1990 version of the 1986 logo is used, but an ant is standing on the top of the mountain.
Shooter 2 (2012): A still picture of the 2010 version of the 2002 logo is used, but it lasts for ten seconds. Also, the stars shatter one-by-one.
Starflight: The Movie (October 1986): The 1975 logo is seen, but the mountain and the near-circle are green outlines, the stars are purple, and the text is light blue and in a crayon-like font. This film was one of the final releases to use the 1975 logo.
Paramount Pictures - Starflight: The Movie (1986)
Orient Express (1983): Exactly like in The Sender, but the background is purple, the near-circle is red, and the stars are light yellow.
Paramount Pictures - Orient Express (1983)
On the Japanese version, the logo is exactly like in The Bad News Bears Go to Japan, but the text and byline are translated into Japanese.
Paramount Pictures - Orient Express (1983, Japan release)
Joy of a Toy (1982): Exactly like in Reds, but the background is red and the near-circle is cobalt blue.
Paramount Pictures - Joy of a Toy (1982)
Why Do The Wrong People Travel? (August 1978): Exactly like in Heaven Can Wait, but the near-circle is orange.
Paramount Pictures - Why Do The Wrong People Travel? (1978)
It's Morrissey, Man! (1978): A recreation of the 1953-1969 logo is used, but the Gulf+Western byline is included and when the byline fades in, the mountain turns into a white outline of a triangle on a blue background.
Paramount Pictures - It's Morrissey, Man! (1978)
Yardbirds (April 22, 1988): Exactly like in It's Morrissey, Man!, but the mountain fades into a copying machine.
Black Gold (June 6, 1997): The 1968-1975 logo is used, but the mountain is replaced with the Hindu Kush and the Gulf+Western byline is replaced with the Viacom byline in the same font as the Gulf+Western byline.
Paramount Pictures - Black Gold (1997)
Freeways (1984): Exactly like in Starting Over, but the background is brown, the stars are sky blue, the near-circle is yellow, and the word "Paramount" is dark blue.
Paramount Pictures - Freeways (1984)
Fireball and Imagine (both 1986): A still picture of the 1975 logo is used, but the stars are gold, the background is dark red, the near-circle is a white outline, and the text is in the Century Gothic font. Both of them were one of the final releases to use the 1975-1986 logo.
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Bark (1991, North American and Dutch versions): The 1990 version of the 1986 logo plays, but the stars are replaced with pawprints.
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Uncle Beef (1997): The 1995 version of the 1986 logo plays, but the mountain is replaced with a flamebroiled beef patty shaped like the mountain.
Paramount Pictures - Uncle Beef (1997)
A Walk in the Park (February 2013): The current logo plays as usual, but it takes place in the daytime. Also, the clouds are replaced with a grassy field, the stars are replaced with lawnmowers and the mountain is replaced with a tulip shaped like the mountain. At the end of the movie, we see a picture of the current logo, but the clouds are replaced with a grassy field, the mountain is replaced with a rake, and the stars are replaced with leaves.
Lost Control (May 26, 2000): The 1995 version of the 1986 logo plays as usual, but the stars are skinny and the word "Paramount" is red. Suddenly, a remote control flys in as soon as the twenty-second star comes into view. The remote spins around when the word "Paramount" fades in and as soon as the Viacom byline fades in, a voiceover (the same as in the 1998 Nickelodeon/Nick at Nite handover bumper) is heard saying "Hey, watch this!" A button in the remote then presses itself, causing the logo to animate in reverse with the Viacom byline fading out. Then, the remote control flys away and the word "Paramount" turns to its normal color as soon as the voiceover's quiet laugh (also from the 1998 Nickelodeon/Nick at Nite handover bumper) is heard. When the voiceover is done, the word "Paramount" fades out and the logo rewinds into the beginning with the stars flying away. Suddenly, the logo freezes and morphs into a blue diamond. Finally, the diamond zooms away into a black background. The music is the same as the 1998 Nickelodeon/Nick at Nite handover bumper until the voiceover is heard. When, a button in the remote is pressed, the 1987 Paramount fanfare can be heard playing in reverse.
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A for Aardvark (1997): The 1968 logo plays, but the Gulf+Western byline is replaced with the Viacom byline. Also, the text is in the 1982 TVS logo's font.
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At the end of the movie, instead of the usual 1986 closing logo, the 1975 logo plays, but the Gulf+Western byline is replaced with the Viacom byline. Also, the word "Paramount" is in the AR Christy font.
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On all trailers, the logo is exactly like in The Confirmist (slowed down logo) and Elizabethtown, but the text is in the Constantina font. Also, the logo is not centered right.
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On all TV spots, the 1975 logo is used, but the Gulf+Western byline is replaced with the Viacom byline. Also, the word "Paramount" is in the Impact font and the Viacom byline is in the Times New Roman font.
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Computer Games (1996): The 1995 version of the 1986 logo is in the style of an 8-bit video game and the music is an 8-bit rendition of the fanfare from Mean Girls. On the trailer for this film, the 1968 trailer logo is used, but the Gulf+Western byline reads "A Viacom Company".
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Big Science (September 11, 1992): Exactly like in Chinatown, but the stars and the text are metallic gold, the clouds are sky blue, and the mountain is dark blue. Also, the stars and the text zoom in.
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Avalon (1991): Exactly like in Tucker: The Man and His Dream, but the mountain is orange and the Gulf+Western byline reads "A PARAMOUNT COMMUNICATIONS COMPANY".
Labels (January 25, 2013): Exactly like in Event Horizon, but the Viacom byline is in its 2006 tubed font and a star flashes to make the byline appear.
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The Necklace (1997): The 1954 logo is used, but the text is blue. Also, the stars and text zoom in, which is due to the movie being in 3D.
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The Scarlet Ibis (1992): The 1968 logo is used, but the sky is dark blue and the Gulf+Western byline reads "A Paramount Communications Company". Also, it is slightly off-center.
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Welcome to the Monkey House (1984): The 1975 logo plays, but the stars, text, and byline are outlined and the mountain and clouds are posterized. Also, instead of fading into the print logo, the sky background turns dark red.
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The Haw Lantern (August 29, 2003): The 1968 logo is used, but it is made out of clay and the Gulf+Western byline reads "A Viacom Company".
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Ke$ha Takes It Off: The Sleazy Tour (May 20, 2011): The 2002 logo animates as usual, but Ke$ha's song ''Take It Off'' plays throughout, also when the logo forms, ''PARAMOUNT'' fades into ''KE$HA'' and ''A VIACOM COMPANY'' normally fades into ''THE SLEAZY TOUR'', but a typo was there saying '' THE CHEESY TOUR'' and another typo with the text ''KE$HA'' in the logo name's normal font instead of the Ke$ha font. After that, the Insurge Pictures logo plays. Then, the MTV Films logo rolls. Finally, the opening credits begin.
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Robospy (2013): The 2010 version of the current logo starts off black and white with some lightning striking the mountain. The logo is seen tilted, then animates in reverse. When we get to the first half of the logo, it changes to its normal color. For the rest of the logo, the stars are replaced with birds, to resemble the iPhone game Angry Birds. It is also segued into the Universal logo.
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Robospy 2 (Summer 2015): Exactly like in Nicktoons Pinball, but it has the Viacom byline in its post-2005 font and it also has a combination of the animation of the 2010 version of the 2002 logo (only with the stars; the background is entirely yellow and all the clouds are deleted) with the style of a retro video game and the style of a 2000s video game. The music is an 8-bit version of the 1987 fanfare (This is track 2 on the soundtrack. It's called "Paramount Theme").
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Kung Fu Creatures on the Rampage (April 13, 1979): The 1975-1986 logo animates as usual, but the background is black, the near-circle is purple and it is gooey.
Kung Fu Creatures on the Rampage 2 (September 13, 1985): Exactly like in Kung Fu Creatures on the Rampage, but on the first half of the logo, the mountain is green and it is in form of a Jell-O gelatin.
Kung Fu Creatures on the Rampage 3 (October 13, 1989): The 1986-2002 logo plays, but the mountain, stars, text, and byline are purple and they are in form of a Jell-O gelatin.
Kung Fu Creatures on the Rampage 4 (May 13, 1994): The 1990 version of the 1986 logo is in black and white and it animates in reverse.
More Kung Fu Creatures! (June 13, 1997): The 1995 version of the 1986 logo is tinted in dark blue.
Get Sticky! (June 23, 2004): The 2002 logo plays, but the mountain, stars, text, and byline melt after two seconds.

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Werewolf Apocalypse: The Beginning (July 15, 2011): The 2002 logo plays, as with the current 2010 ''A Viacom Company'' byline, but a full moon is seen behind the logo and it is shot on a video camera. Also seen on trailers and TV spots.
Werewolf Apocalypse: The Next Generation (July 4, 2012): Exactly like in Werewolf Apocalypse: The Beginning, except that the only differences are the 2012 "100 Years" logo being there and the Skydance Productions logo playing after the Centropolis Entertainment logo.
Werewolf Apocalypse: The Final Apocalypse (July 3, 2013): Exactly like in Werewolf Apocalypse: The Next Generation, but the ''100 Years'' in the Paramount 100 Years logo is taken out. The rest plays like the other two movies.
Trivia: At the near end, Vincent (older me) and Marceline make a compromise to cure the werewolves and stop rivalry and tyranny.
Werewolf Apocalypse: The Aftermath (Direct-to-DVD, April 1st, 2014): Exactly like in Werewolf Apocalypse: The Final Apocalypse.
Trivia: This is the only film in the series not to hold the NC-17 rating. Also, the only film in the series where Marceline is not the antagonist. Also, the werewolves are cured in this movie.

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The Girl Who Could Fly (October 28, 2011): The 2010 version of the 2002 logo plays, but on the second half, it turns dark blue with rain falling down. Also, Piper McCloud is flying round the mountain with the stars, and the Viacom byline appears letter-by-letter via some silver light rays shining from left to right. The music is "Dangerous" by Cascada.
Super 16 (October 21, 2011): Exactly like in The Big Outbreak.
We Are Number One (May 20, 2011): Basically a combination of the Grease Sing-A-Long and One: The Movie variants.
The Human Dragonfly (November 11, 2011): We see the full animation of the 2010 version of the 2002 logo tinted in green, but the Human Dragonfly (Saiorse Ronan's character) is flying around, and the Viacom byline appears via some pale green light rays shining from right to left. The music is "Blunder & Lightning" (from Cars 2). At the end of the movie, a still of the movie's opening is seen, but the words "Distributed By" are above.
The Bad New Bears: The Animation Motion Picture (August 10, 2007): The 1953 logo is used, but the registered trademark symbol and the Viacom byline are chromed-in below.
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At the end of the movie and on all trailers and TV spots, instead of the usual 2002 logo, the 1975 logo plays, but the Gulf+Western byline is replaced with the chroned-in Viacom byline.
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Attack of the 7-Slug (July 23, 2010): The logo is exactly like in The Last Airbender and contains the 1987 fanfare, but halfway through the logo (excluding the Viacom byline), a slug shaped like the number "7" appears and uses a spoon the shatter the stars and text into pieces, causing the fanfare to unexpectedly die down. After that, he jumps on the clouds and grabs the mountain by eating it completely to roll the opening credits.
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At the end of the movie, we see a still picture of the 2002 logo, but without the mountain, stars, text, and byline. Suddenly, the "i" from the 2009 Nickelodeon logo comes in and jumps to the screen to bring up the mountain, stars and text from the movie's opening. The logo (in silent mode) then animates in reverse to the water-like objects flying to the sky. A green circle then zooms in to black and the logo plays as it did in the beginning, but the logo's colors are normal, the stars in the first half are flying like normal, the 1987 fanfare doesn't die down, and the Viacom byline fades in.
Teenage Hockey (September 2006) and Executive Laughter (May 2007): The 1995 version of the 1986 logo is used, but when the logo forms, the sky background turns green, blue lights surround the mountain and the stars spin around.
The Castle of Sea Creatures (1954): The realistic mountain in a canyon scenery with trees around it is not displayed within the logo, but the rest of the logo appears on a grey background in the beginning....
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....and the background is black at....
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Double Domination (1988): Exactly like in The Castle of Sea Creatures, but the background is black and the Gulf+Western byline is seen below.
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Underground (1984): The 1975 logo is used, but when it forms, the stars, text, and byline roll away and the opening credits appear over the near-circle.
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Settlements (1978): At the end of the movie, the film's respective closing credits appear over the realistic mountain in a canyon scenery and when the words "THE END" appear after the credits have finished scrolling, the text zooms out and the logo then does its usual sequence.
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Lunch Fight (July 1, 2011): On the first half of the logo, the stars are exactly like in Iron Man 2. Also, a slice of pizza and a can of soda fly towards the camera before the first star.
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Detention: Level 1 (July 16, 2010): Exactly like in The Last Airbender, but the only difference is the 1986 logo. Also, the sky is light blue-dark blue gradient and the logo has more color than usual.
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Detention: Level 2 (August 2011):
Exactly like in Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, but the only difference is the 1968 version of the 1953 Paramount logo with the 2010 Viacom byline. Also, the Transformer sounds are removed and the company's name is printed in gold.
Twisted Brother (1998): The 1995 version of the 1986 logo animates as usual, but it is nighttime. Also, the stars are replaced with raindrops, it is raining around the logo, blue clouds surround the logo, the mountain has a sad face engraved on it, and a more somber version of the 1987 Paramount on Parade fanfare plays.
Airbenders Unite! (2011): Exactly like in The Last Airbender, but the only difference is the 1986 logo.
Ncarw's End (2009): The 1986 logo plays, but the Viacom byline is in the Arial font and the mountain is replaced with a golden retriever.
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The Shape Bandit's Inside Story (June 15, 2012): The 2010 version of the 2002 logo plays, but we see the words "100 Years" engraved on the mountain. Also, the logo is tinted in purple and on the first half of the logo the stars are replaced with purple tornadoes stealing the clouds. The second half of the logo has the Shape Bandit walking to the mountain, opening a bag, and using a purple tornado to steal the stars, text, and byline.
100 Deeds for Eddie McDowd (October 1997): The 1995 version of the 1986 logo plays, but a brown dog is on the top of the mountain.
How to Train Your Dragon (1986): The 1975 logo plays, but the realistic mountain is medival-themed. Also, the text and byline are in a Medival-themed font, the near-circle is dark red, and the background is brown.
Ickis vs. Timmy Terror (1993): The 1986 logo plays, but when it finishes, Ickis hops on the top of the mountain. After that, Timmy Turner walks into the logo and Ickis uses an evil vampire bat to chase Timmy Turner.
The Wild Thornberrys in "Silly Chimpanzees" (1997): The 1986 logo plays, but a cartoon chimpanzee sits on the mountain. Also, the logo takes place in a jungle, the stars are replaced with bananas and when "Paramount" fades in, the chimpanzee grabs one banana and eats it. This was the first episode of The Wild Thornberrys, which originally debuted in theaters before the 1997 theatrical re-release of How to Train Your Dragon (1986).
The Angry Beavers in "Take Your Beaver To Work Day" (1996): The 1986 logo plays, but a beaver sits on the mountain and the stars are replaced by pieces of wood. This was the first episode of The Angry Beavers, which debuted in theaters before the 1996 theatrical re-release of Monsters vs Aliens (1985).
The Writers Guild of America Strike: The Movie (December 31, 2008): The 1986 logo is used, but the line above the Viacom byline is absent, all of the stars are clipped away, a blue rectangle is on the bottom of the rectangle, and the logo animates in reverse.
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Ickis vs. Vicky (1996): The 1986 logo plays, but Ickis rushes to the logo. Suddenly, Vicky walks in and Ickis uses a spider to make Vicky scream and run away.
The Green Buzzards (2012): The 2012 "100 Years" logo plays, but the stars are replaced with feathers and the logo is green. Also, the mountain is purple.


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Cartoon Friends: The Movie (April 13, 2012): The 100 Years logo plays with Chevelle's song ''Face to the Floor''. Then, we zoom to the skies to realize that we are now seeing the Warner Bros./New Line Transformation logo from 2011. Except that the Cartoon Network Films logo is formed with the golden 2010 Cartoon Network logo with ''FILMS'' from the MTV Films logo in golden. The TimeWarner byline is below. Also, ''20TH ANNIVERSARY'' is below the TimeWarner byline because Cartoon Network has aired shows for 20 years. After that, we zoom further through the skies to see the Nickelodeon Movies, Animation Domination, FX Productions logos, and MTV Films logos play, one each after 4 seconds. Then, the credits roll while the viewers see Beavis and Butthead's house. We see a look inside for the image to turn out that the song is played in a music video watched by those 2 numbskulls.

Sonic Unleashed: The Movie (June 22, 2012, DreamWorks Animation): (This variant is seen after the closing credits) The 100 Years logo plays with the alternate fanfare used in Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol (2011), but when the Viacom byline fades in, ''DISTRIBUTED BY'' fades in at the same time, except above the 22 stars.

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Yappo and White the Dog Escape (2007): 2002 logo plays, but Son sits on the top of the mountain.
YouTube Poop: The Movie (February 2011): The text reads YouTube Poop and the byline is "A Part of YouTube".
Hip and Hop go to School and Hip and Hop go to School 2: Mishaps Happen (2013-2016):The 2012 logo plays, but there is a school inside the mountain. Hip and Hop from the Super Mario World TV series go to the school and the mountain becomes a volcano. The entire school erupts into pieces, burning the stars, text, and byline into ashes. On the first trailer, the 1986 logo plays, but the mountain turns into a school. In the second trailer, the rare 1993 logo plays, but the background is the school from the SMW TV series episode A Little Learning. In the teaser trailer, the 2012 logo is seen on a projector. A commercial of the film includes the Nintendo logo on the right.
Shoop da Whoop: Origins(2008): The logo fires his laser at the mountain, the stars, the text, and the byline.
Doctor Rabbit's World Tour (1998):The 1975 logo plays, but the mountain is replaced by a toothbrush.
Paramount's Paramation (1933):The logo says "Paramount Animation Studios presents" instead of "A Paramount Picture".
Hip and Hop go to School: The Series (2014-):The logo is shown at a playground, with the mountain having slides at the side.
Not Enough Awesome (2013, television): The 1969 logo plays, but instead of the mountain, the awesome face appears!

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Pooh's Adventures of the Rugrats Movie (2009): The current logo plays, then transforms into the 1986 logo. On the trailer, it's same as the Asian Lives trailer variant.

Nicktoons Red, Blue, and Green (All 1996): The 1986-2002 has a monochrome threshold effect.

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Nicktoons Yellow: Special Angelica Edition (1998): A recreation of the 1975-1986 logo (with the Viacom byline in the 1990-2005 font) plays, but when the mountain fades into the print logo, the background is yellow.

Paramount (Nicktoons Yellow: Special Angelica Edition) (Opening)

At the end of the film, a still of the movie's opening is seen, except the background breaks into specks and they fall to reveal the blue background.

Paramount (Nicktoons Yellow: Special Angelica Edition) (Ending)

The Nicktoons Trading Card Movie (1999): A recreation of the 1975 logo with the Viacom byline plays, but when it forms, the background is orange and the near-circle is green.

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Nicktoons Pinball (1999): The print logo is purple and is in a silver ball on a yellow background.

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Nicktoons Snap (1999): The 1999 version of the 1986 logo plays, but when it forms, we cut to SpongeBob with a camera below. Suddenly, he grabs the camera, turns the camera, and takes pictures of the logo several times. After that, he leaves.

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Nicktoons Gold and Silver (Both 2000): The 1999 version of the 1986 logo plays, but when it forms, it turns into a threshold effect.

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Nicktoons Puzzle Challenge and Nicktoons Puzzle League (Both 2000): Puzzle pieces form the print logo on a black background with the stars in red, the near-circle in light blue and the Viacom byline in yellow.

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Hey You, Angelica! (2000): The logo is tinted in purple.

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Nicktoons Crystal (2001): The 1999 version of the 1986 logo plays, but when it forms, it turns into a grained picture of the logo.

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Nicktoons Channel (2003): The already-formed 2002 logo is seen, but with the stars, text, byline and the registered trademark symbol in a different shade of purple and the registered trademark symbol is next to "Paramount" instead of the mountain.

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Nicktoons Ruby and Sapphire (Both 2003): The 2002 logo plays, but when it forms, it does a sphere inside effect into a lake.

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Nicktoons Pinball: Ruby and Sapphire (2003): A recreation of the 1975 logo with the Viacom byline plays, but when it forms, the background is black, the near-circle is red, and the Viacom byline is blue.

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Nicktoons FunnyRed and AwesomeGreen (Both 2004): The 2002 logo plays, but when it forms, it fades into a dark blue background.

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Nicktoons Emerald (2005): Nearly the same as the Ruby and Sapphire variants, but the logo has a little waving. The logo is a bit darker and we zoom through the logo into the sea at the end.

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Nicktoons Dash (2005):The Nicktoons (in their balloons) fly past the logo. Only on the trailer. On another trailer, the logo takes place on a sky.

Nicktoons Trozei! (2006): A recreation of the 1975 logo plays with the Viacom byline, but when it forms, the background is white, the near-circle and Viacom byline are dark blue, the registered trademark symbol is black and the stars are cobalt blue.

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At the end of the film, a still of the movie's opening is seen, except the blue and white colours break into specks and fall to reveal the colours used in the normal 1975 logo.

Nicktoons Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team (2006): A recreation of the 1975 logo with the Viacom byline plays, but when it forms, the background is red and the near-circle is dark red.

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At the end of the film, a still of the movie's opening is seen, except the red and dark red colours break into specks and fall to reveal the colours used in the normal 1975 logo.

Nicktoons Mystery Dungeon: Blue Rescue Team (2006): The 2002 logo is covered with icy shards.

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Nicktoons Ranger (2006): The logo takes place in a forest.

Nicktoons Nickmate (2006): The logo is tinted in orange.

Nicktoons Diamond and Pearl (Both 2007): On a black background, yellow sparks form the Paramount print logo. The first sparks form the stars, the next form the near-circle, and the last form the Viacom byline. Some sparks in the near-circle fall to reveal "Paramount" in the usual script font.

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Nicktoons El-Trio (2007): The 2002 logo plays, but when it forms, we zoom out to reveal the logo on an old sign.

Nicktoons Ranger: Shadows of Rocko (2008): The print logo is yellow and is a label on the gadget used in the movie.

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Nicktoons Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time and Explorers of Darkness (Both 2008): The logo takes place in a dungeon.

My Nicktoons Ranch (2008): The logo takes place in a garden.

Nicktoons Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky (2009): The logo is on a sky.

Nicktoons Platinum (2009):We see a somewhat oddly arranged version of the Paramount print logo. However, "Paramount" is on the left with the Viacom byline under it, and on the right is a yellow Paramount print logo, without "Paramount" and the Viacom byline. Looks the same as the first PHV logo, but yellow on a black background (a la the later version of the Gaumont logo), no text in the print logo and the Viacom byline instead of "HOME VIDEO".

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Nicktoons Rumble (2009): The logo is form of a stadium-like building.

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Nicktoons Heart Gold and Soul Gilver (Both 2010): Same as the Diamond and Pearl variants, but it cuts to the ocean, then a Nicktoon would fly toward you and the screen fades to white.

Nicktoons Ranger: Guardian Signs (February 17, 2010): A recreation of the 1975-1986 logo with the Viacom byline plays, but when the logo forms, the background is black and the near-circle, stars, registered trademark symbol and Viacom byline are blue.

Paramount (Nicktoons Ranger: Guardian Signs)

At the end of the film, a still of the movie's opening is seen, except the blue and black colours break into specks and fall down to reveal the normal colours used in the normal 1975 logo.

Nicktoons Park (2010): The logo is in form of an amusement park.

Nicktoons Black and White (Both 2011): On a black background, a white outline of the Paramount print logo forms, then fills with white.

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At the end of the films, the same variant plays, but animates in reverse.

Paramount: A Big Beginning (1996): It starts out with the 1986 logo, then we see the print logo on a purple background with purple Paramountain logos in the BG. The credits, in black, appear at the top.
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Shonen Jump & Anime Alliance: The Movie (2010): The current logo plays, but near the end of the logo, Tai and Sora (from Digimon) can be seen sitting on the mountain. As "Paramount" appears, they get knocked off the mountain. At the end of the movie, we see Tai and Sora (in the river) trying to swim, only to get knocked out by the "A Viacom Company" byline in its "Wigga-Wigga" font. They are then rescued by some of the main characters of Shonen Jump and Anime Alliance (in a helicopter).
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Astonishing Fanboy and Chum Chum (2010, international version): The current Paramount DVD logo plays, but as the DVD goes straight to the mountain, Fanboy and Chum Chum can be seen riding on the DVD. Also, the mountain is replaced by the Frosty Mart and when the DVD hits it, a sudden flash occurs, and we can hear Boog and Lenny screaming for mercy and Fanboy and Chum Chum saying "Whee!" On the film itself, the mountain morphs into the Frosty Mart and the first Beast Wars II opening's music plays.

Hold Out for Dr. Pepper: The Movie (1985, theatrical release from 1987): 1986 logo (with 75th Anniversary byline) plays, but near the end of the logo, the Paramount and Gulf+Western bylines fade to the "Dr. Pepper" and "A Dr Pepper/Seven-Up Company" bylines. Also, the mountain fades to a can of Dr. Pepper, the "75th Anniversary" byline fades to the words "Celebrating more than 100 Years of" on the top of the "Dr. Pepper" logo, and the extended version of the "Hold Out for Dr. Pepper" jingle plays. This was only shown when the movie was released in theaters; due to licensing problems with Dr. Pepper/Seven-Up, just about every release has the 1986-2002 logo in place of this logo; however, it is preserved on the 1989 VHS and 2007 DVD/Blu-ray releases.
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Hold Out for Dr. Pepper!: The Movie (1987, 20th Anniversary re-release from 2007): The 1986-2002 logo (with the Paramount Communications byline, strangely enough, instead of the normal "A Viacom Company" byline) plays, but near the end of the logo, it is the same as the 1987 theatrical variant, except that the Paramount and "A Paramount Communications Company" bylines are intact and the "Celebrating more than 100 years of" is not here.
Paramount (Hold out for Dr. Pepper!: The Movie 20th Anniversary re-release opening)


At the end of the movie, we see the already formed 1986-2002 logo, except the Viacom byline is in its post-2005 font.
Paramount (Hold out for Dr. Pepper!: The Movie 20th Anniversary re-release ending)

Both of these variants are restored on the 2007 DVD and Blu-ray 20th Anniversary Special Edition release (alongside the theatrical variant from 1987).

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Creep (1986): The 1975-1986 logo plays normally, but when it is finished, we zoom out to reveal the logo taped on a wall.

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Cartoon Network: The Golden Chains (2010): We see the current logo on a flag that's being held by Ed, Edd n' Eddy.

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The Backyardigans: Another Secret Mission (2008): The current logo plays, but Pablo flies on a biplane in the logo at the end.
Animation Heroes (2009): We see the already-formed 2002 logo, but it looks like an 2D drawing.
Busy World (2011): The 2002 logo animates differently. When it's finishes, some buildings appears on the Paramountain, then we fade out on 5 seconds. Also, we hear a remixed and extended version of the 1987 theme, with city sounds when the buildings appear, then a whoosh when we fade out.
Stonefall (2009): The already-formed 2002 logo appears by zooming out. At the end, the logo dissapears by a via "blur" effect, segueing to the Cube Entertainment logo also customized for this film.
Space Life (2010): The logo plays in reverse, and the clouds are replaced with a space background. On the trailers, the mountain is replaced with a star. On TV spots, we see the 1975 logo, but it is tinted in yellow.
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I Hate Nickelodeon (2012): Jake chases SpongeBob at the end of the logo. Jake then gets large and eats SpongeBob.

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I'm The Cheesy Dollar (1995): The 1986-2002 logo plays but the mountain is replaced with mount Fuji. The 1986-2002 Paramount fanfare is high-pitched and at the end, there's a screaming sound. (HWAAAAA!!!)

Paramount Pictures (With Mount Fuji)


Mario vs Bowser (2003): The 2002 logo plays, but when the logo almost over, we zoom into the mountain. We see Mario falling from the sky running, then a poison mushroom falls from the sky following Mario, there is one star with a circle surrounding it and Bowser with is Koopa Clown Car flying from the right side.

Paramount Pictures (with Mario)

On the first trailer, we see a woody fish background. We see Mario standing on a green stair that says "NOTE: This is not the teaser trailer, but the 1st trailer before the movie was made. 2003(C) Paramount Inc." and Mario is holding a flag containing a picture of the 2002 logo. The 1995 fanfare was played on guitar



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Baxter The Cat's Adventure (2012): We see the Paramount 100th Anniversery logo (without the whole beginning) fade into the Paramount 100th Print Logo on a... gray background? It's not a background, it zooms out to see it is a little picture on Baxter's cup of coffee. On the trailer, the curent logo has Paramount replaced with "Paramount Pictures, Inc." without the 100th Anniversery part, because the movie was made before Paramount was 100 years old.


Baxter's Christmas (2013): The print logo with the post-2005 Viacom byline is found on a present, however, it spins around to see the Warner Bros. Pictures and Dustin J. Productions logos. On the teaser trailer, the recent mountain is snow-capped.


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Moto Bros. (1983): A still version of the 1975-1986 logo appears, but the background is black, the half-circle and mountain are red outlines, the text is red, all upper-case and in the MS Serif font.

Paramount Pictures (1983, Moto Bros. Variant)


On the Japanese version, it is exactly like the Bon Voyage Charlie Brown (and Don't Come Back!!) and Serial variants, but the text is Japanese and the very top of the mountain is missing for an unknown reason.

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Moto... Series (first two from 1983, later from 1984): These logos were replicas of the 1953 "A Paramount Picture" logo, but with a Gulf+Western byline added at the bottom. The mountain fades from the logo and becomes:

a mushroom cloud with the Soviet flag falling to the viewer's right (...Attacks the Soviets),
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the top of a "ROAD CONSTRUCTION AHEAD" sign with a paver passing by (...Paves a Road)
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and the side of the top of an ice hockey net (...Forms a Hockey Team)
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Moto Bros. Special (1984, Japan only): Exactly the same as the Chinatown variant.

Super Moto Bros. (1985): Exactly like the Heaven Can Wait, Starting Over and The Fan variants, except the half-circle is dark green.

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Super Moto Bros. All Night Nippon Edition (1986, Direct-to-Video, Paramount Home Video, Japan only): There is a special version of the 1982-1988 Paramount Home Video logo. The logo is in sepiatone and at the end, "PARAMOUNT VIDEO" moves down to make room for All Night Nippon's logo at the time. It was seen only on a now extremely rare Paramount video the popular Japanese radio show All Night Nippon gave away in a 1986 promotion.

Super Moto Bros.: Missing Levels (formerly released as Super Moto Bros. 2) and Super Moto Bros. Special (both 1986, both Direct-to-Video, both Japan only): Exactly like the Hustle, Leadbelly and Looking for Mr. Goodbar variants, but in sepiatone. Both are one of the last films to use the 1975 logo.

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Super Moto Bros. 3 (1990, North American and Brazillian versions): A still version of the 1989 variant of the 1986-2002 logo is backwards. After a few seconds, Moto's hand presses the logo and it spins back to it's normal version, then plays in reverse. Unfourtanently, it has been plastered by the 1999 version of the 1995 variant of the 1986-2002 logo on the DVD and Blu-Ray releases, without any sound. It has been preserved on TV repeats however.

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Moto Goes to the Circus (1991): The last film in the Moto... series, which began in 1983. The 1990 version of the 1986 logo plays normally, then the Parmountain fades into the top of a circus tent but with the text and stars still there, then the text and stars fade out and the movie begins.

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Kirby Right Back at Ya! Colon Film for Theaters (2007): The logo is same as in the 1980s, but The Gulf+Western Byline is replaced with the Viacom Byline. Also, a Thunderstorm is caused by Kracko when the logo ends and the logo doesn't fade to the print logo in dark blue(White for the text) on a bright blue background, seguing to the Warner Bros Animation Logo Customized for the film.

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Rancho Palos Verdes: The Movie (September 16, 2009): The variant is exactly the same as "The Conformist" (slowed down logo) and "Elizabethtown" (1968 Paramount logo with Viacom byline). The music is the 1968 Paramount jingle from "Charlotte's Web" (The Hanna-Barbera adaption).

2004 (August 24, 2012), Nine (September 9, 2009), and Aviation High (November 4, 2011): The 1976 variant of the 1975 logo from "The Bad News Bears" and the 1996 VHS of "Race For Your Life Charlie Brown" play, but the Gulf+Western byline is replaced by "A Viacom Company" in that font. On "Nine", this variant appears at the beginning and the end, while "Aviation High", and "2004" only have it at the end without having that logo at the beginning.
Paramount (1976)

The Big Gay Sketch Movie (October 21, 2011): The 1975 logo plays, but the text "Parmount" is written in Laser font. A Viacom Company is written in Arial Black. The music is the original Paramount jingle from "Mean Girls".
Paramount logo from "Big Gay Sketch Movie".


Total Drama: Baby Come Home! (January 27, 2016): The 1968 logo plays, but the words "Paramount" and "A Viacom Company" are written in Samdan font, the same font used on the "Total Drama" franchise.

Paramount (Total Drama Variant)
Alta Vista (September 3, 2008): The logo is the same as the 1968 logo from "Elizabethtown", but the only difference is that it is in black and white. Same with the 2002 Paramount logo, at the end of the film.
Your Dream Variations - Paramount Pictures/Television - CLG Wiki's Dream Logos

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An Amazing Journey (1988): The logo is a still image of a scene from The Brave Little Toaster, "Paramount" reads "Paramount Pictures" in a Brush-Script font, and the "A Gulf+Western Company" byline is placed on the bottom-right corner instead of below the mountain.
Paramount Pictures (An Amazing Journey, 1988)
Cowboy Ickis (1999): The 1954 logo plays, but "A VIACOM COMPANY" is seen below the word "Release" and the whole logo is brown, except for the words and the stars. Also, the 1954 fanfare is reorchestrated.
My Favorite Gremlin (1978, theatrical re-release in 1998): A combination of the Ragtime (1981) and Grease Sing-A-Long variants, but we start with the mountain from the 1986 logo, the background is dark and stormy, the near-circle is magenta, the word "Paramount" is lavender, and the logo gets struck by lightning. After the logo gets struck, the stars turn into the Christmas lights from the Dreamgirls variant, except they are yellow. The music is "Let's All Chant" by Go! This is one of the last films to use the 1975 logo. This is also the first time this film was re-released in theaters after Paramount Pictures bought this film from Twentieth Century-Fox.
Nicktoons in "The Purple Hat of Darkness" (1999): A recreation of the 1975-1986 logo with the Viacom byline plays, but when it forms, the background is pink and the semi-circle and Viacom byline are purple.
At the end of the film, a still version of the opening logo is seen, except the pink and purple colors break into specks and they reveal the normal colors in the normal 1975 logo.
The '90s Are All That: The Movie (2012): Same as the Paranormal Activity 3 during-credits variant, but the words "100 Years" are used. Also, the 1980s fanfare (as heard on the Paramount Home Video "Coming Attractions" and "Feature Presentation" logos) is used.
Your Dream Variations - Paramount Pictures/Television - CLG Wiki's Dream Logos
Spy Dinosaurs (1999): The 1986 logo plays, but the logo is in the style of the Nickelodeon "Doo-Wop-a-Saurus" bumper.
Monsters vs Aliens (1985): The 1975 logo takes place in outer space.
Real Monsters in "The Big Fright Before Christmas" (1993): The 1990 version of the 1986 logo plays, but the mountain is decorated with Christmas lights. When "Paramount" fades in, one of the stars flies to the top of the mountain and shines like a light. This was the first episode of AAAHH!!! Real Monsters, which originally debuted in theaters before the 1993 theatrical re-release of Monsters vs Aliens (1985).
Aliens in the House (2011): Exactly like The 90's Are All That: The Movie variant, but the text "100 Years" is removed and the Viacom byline is gold.
Pop Goes the World (May 1993): The 1986 logo takes place on a blue, sunny sky.



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Larry Bros. (1984): Paramount Presents is under the mountain.
Larry Brothers: los Héroes de Hoy (1985, Larry Bros.): The beggining of the logo is cut out. Paramount Presents is replaced by Paramount Presenta.
Larry Bros: The Lost Heroes (1987): The 75th Anniversary logo has no byline.

The Adventures Of Snowy (2013): The new Paramount logo plays, but the evening sky has been replaced by a night sky. There is no music when the stars travel down to earth. Once the stars get to the surface. Crickets start making noises. This is followed by the MGM logo variant. The UK version keeps the logo normal.

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Deep Blue Sea (2008): The 2002 logo is tinted in blue.
Paramount Pictures - Deep Blue Sea
Spongebob and Patick's Big Movie (2011): The 2002 logo plays, but Spongebob, and Patick is surfing on the stars, and yells out "WHOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!" "Isn't this great!" We're riding like the wind!".
Paramount Pictures - Spongebob and Patrick's Big Movie.

Home On The Range (2012):Exactly the same as 2004, and Aviation High variants, but the background is royal blue, and the near circle is black. Again, Gulf+Western byline is replaced by "A Viacom Company".
Paramount Pictures - Home on the Range

The Dinosaurs Before Time (1968): The standard 1968 variation of the 1954 logo plays, but it's in a box superimposed over a night time background. However, most VHS releases had the 1975 & 1986 logos at the end. On the 2012 Remastered Edtion DVD/Blu Ray, the 2011 logo is used, but in tinted in blue.

The Great Tuskegee Adventure (1970): The 1968 logo is superimposed over a far distance of a land. Plus, the realistic mountain in a canyon scenery with trees around it is not displayed on the logo. Paramount Pictures - The Great Tuskegee Adventure

The Dinosaurs Before Time II: The Great Valley Adventure (1974): Like in The Dinosaurs Before Time, The 1974 variation of the 1968 of the 1954 logo in a box superimposed over a night time background, and the 1974 logo is in a shade of yellow. The 1994 VHS release had the 1974 variant of the 1968 variation of the 1954 logo have the normal version instead, however.




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Where You At, Charlie Brown? (1984): The 1975 logo plays, but the mountain is Snoopy's dog house. After the logo forms, Snoopy climbs onto the dog house silhouette, puts on his World War I Flying Ace gear and takes off. We fade into the opening credits

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SBSP: Nautical Nonsense & Sponge Buddies (July 2002)
The 1999 version of the 1986 logo plays, but it takes place in Goo Lagoon.

SBSP: Halloween (August 2002)
The 2002 logo plays, but it takes place under the sea, & the stars & the Paramount script are glowing green. It then fades to a scene in the episode 'Frankendoodle', with Patrick turning his head into a bowling pin & being hit by a bowling ball thrown by Doodle Bob. SpongeBob then says: 'You OK down there, Patrick?' Patrick yells: 'FINLAND!' The scene then fades out.

SBSP: Sea Stories (November 2002)
The 2002 logo plays, but in the 1st half of the logo, the logo's flashing of different colors. The 2nd half takes place in Jellyfish Fields with jellyfish floating in the logo. The music is the SBSP soundtrack 'Stadium Rave'. Those are references to the episode 'Jellyfish Jam'.

SBSP: Tales from the Deep (January 2003)
The 2002 logo plays, but it takes place in Sand Mountain. Also, '90th ANNIVERSARY' doesn't appear. Patrick's seen sliding. A reference to the episode 'I Had an Accident'. This isn't the first appearance of the 2003 version of 2002 Paramount logo.

SBSP: Deep Sea Sillies (January 2003)
The 2003 version of the 2002 logo takes place in the Mermalair.

SBSP: Lost at Sea (March 2003)
The 2003 version of the 2002 logo plays, but it's made of bubbles.

SBSP: Tide and Seek (July 2003)
The 2003 version of the 2002 logo plays, but SpongeBob's driving in the logo. We then see it's in a dream cloud.

SBSP: Christmas (August 2003)
The 2003 version of the logo plays, but in the 2nd half of the logo, SpongeBob & Patrick are having a snowball fight.
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elhenzo The Zombie Of Allen Creek (2015) 0 Jan 4 2014, 9:55 PM EST by elhenzo
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The logo is in black-and-white/thermal camera gradient with a G-major fanfare.
On trailers, the print logo is shown in white on a black background.
RauciousMan Cartoon Friends: The Movie (April 13, 2012) 2 Oct 31 2013, 5:47 AM EDT by RauciousMan
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The 100 Years logo plays with Chevelle's song ''Face to the Floor''. Then, we zoom to the skies to realize that we are now seeing the Warner Bros./New Line Transformation logo from 2011. Except that the Cartoon Network Films logo is formed with the golden 2010 Cartoon Network logo with ''FILMS'' from the MTV Films logo in golden. The TimeWarner byline is below. Also, ''20th ANNIVERSARY'' is placed below the byline because Cartoon Network celebrated 20 Years on the Air. After that, we zoom further through the skies to see the Nickelodeon Movies, Animation Domination, and FX Productions logos, one each after 4 seconds. Then, the credits roll while the viewers see Beavis and Butthead's house. We see a look inside to turn out that the song is played in a music video watched by those 2 numbskulls.
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