11 Facts About Disney logo


Disney logo is the corporate logo of The Walt Disney Company since 1956.

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Name of The Walt Disney Company has changed several times, and so has the logo.

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Until 1985, instead of a traditional production logo, the opening credits of Disney films used to feature a title card that read "Walt Disney Presents", and later, "Walt Disney Productions Presents".

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The original incarnation of this logo resurfaced in 2021 for a merchandising line by ShopDisney, based on its original incarnation.

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In 2011, starting with The Muppets, the sequence was modified to truncate the "Walt Disney logo Pictures" branding to "Disney logo", which has mainly been used originally in home media releases in 2007.

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The new Disney logo sequence has been consistently modified for high-profile releases including Tron: Legacy, Maleficent, Tomorrowland, The Jungle Book, Beauty and the Beast, The Lion King, Mulan and Hocus Pocus 2.

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In 2022, a new production Disney logo was introduced for the studio's 100th anniversary in 2023, which premiered at the 2022 D23 Expo.

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From 1985 to 2009, Walt Disney logo Pictures marketed their films, regardless if they were live action or animated, with the tagline "Walt Disney logo Pictures presents".

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From 2017 to 2019, the Disney logo became 2D, and since 2019, gradient variations have been in full use.

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The Disney logo was in the font Pixar chose for the credit titles of Toy Story.

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In 2008, the logo had the words "Walt Disney" on the top and "Records" on the bottom.

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