- 1 Walt Disney: The Classics
- 2 Walt Disney Classics (first era)
- 3 Disney Classics (first era)
- 4 Walt Disney Classics (second era)
- 5 Disney Classics (second era)
Walt Disney: The Classics
1984-1994, 1996 and 2003 (print logo)
This logo was used on the packaging of Walt Disney Classics videos.
This appeared on French-Canadian releases.
This appeared on Mexican and Spanish-language American videos.
Used on a few French releases.
Only used on the tape label of The Fox and the Hound, circa 1994.
The original "Black Diamond" logo which features the Walt Disney Home Video logo below the words "The Classics" in a black diamond with a white border and a dark blue shadow behind it. Many collectors give this logo a nickname known as the "Cheesy Classics" logo, mainly for the cheesy animation. This is an early prototype logo as the more common Diamond logo would be introduced shortly afterwards.
Walt Disney Classics (first era)
1988-1994, 1996 (USA), 2003 (UK)
A second variant of Walt Disney Home Video. It has Mickey at the beginning and it starts with the diamonds when writing "Walt Disney" and the "Classics" appears. The star comes and shoots through the diamond and turns the words gold.
Disney Classics (first era)
Walt Disney Classics (second era)
This one is totally different from the American one. It features the "Walt Disney" logo above the word "Classics".
Same as above. The wordmark is recycled from the 1991 Walt Disney Home Video logo.
Disney Classics (second era)
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