20th Century Fox Home Entertainment
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Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment was formed in 1995 following the shutdown of its predecessor, Fox Video.
Following the acquisition of 21st Century Fox by The Walt Disney Company, 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment is now operating as a subsidiary of Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment. Underwater was the final movie to use this name and logo.
This logo was internationally used on Laserdisc releases from 1995 to 2001, VHS releases right up to 2006 and DVD releases from 1999 to that year.
20th Century Studios Home Entertainment
Following the renaming from Twentieth Century Fox to 20th Century Studios in January 2020, its home video distribution arm also made the name change and uses the normal 20th Century Studios logo instead of the one that has the words "Home Entertainment" name on it, as revealed on the Blu-ray Disc back covers of The Call of the Wild and Downhill.
The Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, LLC moniker has been reduced to copyright holder for future 20th Century Studios and Searchlight Pictures home media releases, while it takes the 20th Century Studios Home Entertainment name; as revealed on its official site and Twitter page.
The Call of the Wild was the first movie to use 20th Century Studios' on-screen logo.
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