This logo is still used in movie posters, trailers, and seen on home video releases.
- The company is named after Steven Spielberg's 1968 short film Amblin'.
- The logo doesn't appear on Schindler's List, instead having the words "From Amblin Entertainment" appear at the end of the closing credits. The print logo does appear on advertisements for the film, however.
- Elliott and E.T., from the 1982 film E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, are official mascots of the company.
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