Disney–MGM Studios

1987 (prototype)

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This was a prototype logo before it was replaced with the final logo.

1988–1994

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In 1988, Disney-MGM Studios was officially open. Before this, Disney made an agreement with MGM.

In 1985, Disney and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer entered into a licensing contract that gave Disney worldwide rights to use the MGM brand and logo for what would become Disney-MGM Studios, which included working production facilities for movies and television shows and a satellite animation studio, which began operation prior to the park's debut. On May 1, 1989, the park opened adjacent to the production facilities, with MGM's only affiliation being the original licensing agreement that allowed Disney to use MGM's name and lion logo in marketing, and separate contracts that allowed specific MGM content to be used in The Great Movie Ride. But however all MGM references were removed from souvenir videos, planning videos among others at it was reffered to as the Disney Studios due to legal issues.

1994–2008

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Disney's Hollywood Studios

2008–2019

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In 2008, after Disney's contract with MGM had expired, Disney-MGM Studios was renamed Disney's Hollywood Studios, therefore incorporating a new logo.

2019–present

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On May 1, 2019, Disney's Hollywood Studios unveiled a new logo. As part of a new direction for the theme park itself.


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