1994-96 (Favorite Stories):A portion of the theme song of the Silly Symphonies short Music Land is heard, while the man says "And now, our Feature Program. The "HOME VIDEO" version was first seen on Cocktail, and can be seen on most Touchstone releases like Ransom, 3 Ninjas, Beaches, Phenomenon, and Adventures in Babysitting. The logo's last regular appearance was on the 2004 DVD of Noises Off!, although the "HOME ENTERTAINMENT" version also appears on the 2005 UMD release of The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. Availability: Seen on a lot of kid-targeted Walt Disney Home Video videos, such as many Winnie the Pooh tapes, including the two Sing a Song With _______ releases. appear in the bottom-left corner of the screen. Availability: Seen on the 2001 VHS of Winnie-the-Pooh: Boo to You Too and Frankenpooh as well as Rolie Polie Olie: A Spookie Ookie Halloween. Music/Sounds: Same as the theatrical logo, albeit slightly distorted. In front of the building is the orange text "Feature Program". Up until 2002, the same distorted audio mix from the second logo was used; sometimes the music abruptly stops before the logo actually ends. Also seen on Alvin and the Chipmunks Sing-Along tapes. In Theaters ID. Logo: On the same background as before, we see the words "Feature PROGRAM" moving like the other text in the other Disney bumpers do, as well as the colorful bars moving. So sit back and relax as we take you through the wonderful world … Random! Download the TouchTunes app to find locations! 1994 (Playtime Videos)/1998-99 (101 Dalmatians Christmas, The Bear, and Disney's Holiday Toons): Green background with white text. 2003-17 (DVD: 2003-17; Blu-rays: 2006-11; VHS: 2004-06): Same as the current movie logo. Logo: We see some leaves in an orange background, we see the text "Feature Program" in red cartoonish font. Availability: Seen on few Alvin and the Chipmunks tapes such as "Trick or Treason", or "Robomunk. (1994). FX/SFX: The sound wave bars, the words moving around the background and the 'rippling'. Nicknames: TBA 1999 (Disney's Holiday Toons): An a capella singing Deck the Halls with a male announcer saying "And now, our feature program!" Nicknames: "Thunderball IV", "CGI Golden-Light Thunderball", "Touchstone Thunderball IV", "CGI Touchstone Thunderball". Final Note: From 1998-2000, Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment used the Winnie the Pooh Feature Program cards with the same sounds of the 1995-1998 FP logos. Then, a ghost and the words "BOO!" Nicknames: "Edgar Allen Poe High School is Really Scary". Below it is "TOUCHSTONE", with "HOME VIDEO" underneath. EL TV Kadsre Colombia | 50 en Simon TV | ATV | Koppai TV | Prociont LES | Dintendo TV | RTN Tekevista | OTV SKAT CHUDIS DAWOO TV Caterpillarvision 4 Shellvkfkgft CATPI IN A YEA OF COBIANA Tekevistait E srnhrhsn [[Globo. FX/SFX: Inspector Gadget moving, and the words "Feature Program" appearing. Logo: On a green background, we see the white words "FEATURE PROGRAM". Nicknames: "The Snake", "Thunderball III", "Touchstone Thunderball III", "Thunderball Snake". FX/SFX: None. 1994 (Winnie the Pooh: An Un-Valentine's Day): Blue background with yellow text. Logo: We see a Mickey-Mouse-shaped Christmas wreath in a red background and the white words "FEATURE PROGRAM" zooming in. Few AATC tapes from that year either use the Alvin and the Chipmunks Sing-Along variant, or cut straight to the theme song from the AATC preview. Availability: Rare, only seen on Disney's Haunted Mansion tapes. Music/Sounds: The 1991 WDHV jingle and the announcer (Jim Cummings) saying "And now, our feature program". The Pinwheel Network | FunTV(Logos) | CatDog Channel | TVGN Too | Logo | TLC | Starz! In front of him is the orange text "Feature Program". Logo: At the bottom of the screen is a circle beside the words "TOUCHSTONE HOME VIDEO", all made out in 80s computer effects. 2nd Logo(1986-1987 [US]; 1986-Early 1990s [UK]). : wind blowing, lightning striking, a wolf howling). (1996-1997), Nickname: "In Soviet Russia, Feature Program Watches You", "Donald Stares Into Your Soul". It may startle some due to its sudden appearance. Seen on Kim Possible tapes of the era. Logo: On the same BG of the Jay Ward Buena Vista Home Video logo, we see the brownish-gold text "Feature Program" zooming in fast. The "HOME VIDEO" version has two different types of fadeouts: video-style on VHS, film-style on Laserdisc and DVD. The logo fades out after fifteen seconds. Childern's Television Workshop Distribution, https://create-logopedia.fandom.com/wiki/Touchstone_Pictures?oldid=5579. Logo: We see Doug holding a giant pencil in a white background. Availability: Seen only on Disney's Quack Pack tapes. Coming To Theaters ID. Sinbad: The Legend of the Seven Seas (2003) DVD variant. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. the more you cry, https://adamsclosinglogosdreamlogos.fandom.com/wiki/Walt_Disney_Studios_Home_Entertainment_Feature_Program_IDs?oldid=48213. Availability: Rare, seen only on Disney's Happy Holidays tapes. Occasionally, the "HOME VIDEO" version will have Brian Cummings saying "Now you can own these hit titles from Touchstone Home Video!" This was commonly seen on Miramax releases of the Pokemon movies, such as Pokemon Heroes, Pokemon: Jirachi Wish Maker and Pokemon 4Ever, Buena Vista releases of Power Rangers,and certain Marvel shows and movies. Music/Sounds: Depends on the music variants. "NOW YOU CAN OWN YOUR FAVORITE HIT MOVIES..." appeared over the logo on various releases. It might even be worse with the 1991 Gold WDHV music playing, but it's at least tamer than it looks. Music/Sounds: A tune that sounds like it was made on a honky-tonk piano, with an announcer saying "And now, our feature program", 4th Logo Variant (Alvin and the Chipmunks) Availability: Extremely rare. (1993) 1994, 1998-2000: Blue background with white text. Nelvana Computer Entertainment Availability: Seen on Timon & Pumbaa's Wild Adventures: Don't Get Mad, Get Happy. 3rd Logo Instead of "And now our feature program Mua-ha-ha-ha-ha! Closing Logo Group Wikia is a FANDOM TV Community. 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment (1995).jpgThis print logo is still used as a secondary logo.This logo can still be seen on some releases of its back-catalog films as well as on Motion Picture Association of America/Credits Variants This was the first version in use, and has popped up on late 1995-early 1996 VHSes and Laserdiscs, but was never used on DVD. Music/Sounds: The last bars of the Kim Possible opening credits with an announcer saying "And now, our feature program!". Starting in 2002, a new variant was made to coincide with the introduction of the DVD format. Logo Variations: Columbia Pictures (Sony), Warner Bros. Pictures transforms to a skull with crossbones (1985), Adam's CLG Wiki Dream Logos Wiki:Copyrights, 13th Logo Variant The Twelve Days of Christmas, Zooming Blue Words Fast "FEATURE PROGRAM" and stars beaming, shining, and twinkling, Man saying "And now, our feature program. (1994-2000). 1996-2000 (Storybook Classics, Friendship, Learning Videos and Sing Me a Story with Belle): Light-Green background with yellow text. It's seen on some Disney's Doug tapes. ", 1996 (Sing Me a Story With Belle): None, except for a woman saying "And Now, Our Feature Program.". This is the Home Entertainment section of CLG. Variant: In 2011, the logo changed to just a still variant with the thunderball shining. The logo varies by variant. 2011-17 (Blu-rays): Just the thunderball shining. Amiibo | Fermantle Television | New Line Features | Touchstone Pictures, Greenstone Entertainment over it. Music/Sounds: Same as the 2000 Feature Presentation music, with the announcer saying "And now, our Feature Program". Some people don't like the look of the Christmas wreath. FX/SFX: Handprints, the words flying in, and box cutting the screen. Availability: Uncommon. Availability: Seen on some preschool-oriented videos from Walt Disney Home Video, such as certain Playhouse Disney releases of the era and the 2001 VHS reprint of The Very Hungry Caterpillar. Scare Factor: Low to medium, because the music and animation. Availability: Seen on some Buena Vista and Miramax releases. 1994-96 (Favorite Stories): Rose background with white text. Scare Factor: Low to medium. Only differences are: "Feature" is smaller, and "PROGRAM" is in the gold bar below. Logo: On a black background, we see Inspector Gadget. Scare Factor: None for tapes that use the Winnie the Pooh music.