Turner Family Showcase
Turner Family Showcase was a monthly program that aired on Cartoon Network in 1993, featuring animated films based on classic stories to encourage family reading.
Mr. Spim's Cartoon Theatre
On February 26, 1995, Turner Family Showcase was rebranded as Mr. Spim's Cartoon Theatre in which Cartoon Network aired all of their cartoon movies. The block aired classic films by Warner Bros., MGM, Paramount, Universal and Hanna-Barbera Studios. This logo was used until July of 1998, following the network's rebranding at the time, in which it was renamed Cartoon Network's Cartoon Theatre.
On July of 1998, Mr. Spim's Cartoon Theatre was rebranded as Cartoon Network's Cartoon Theatre, following the network's "Powerhouse" reface at the time. Originally, the block aired Saturday nights at 8:00 PM, with encore presentations on Sunday at 10:00 AM. The block aired animated films from the likes of Hanna-Barbera Studios, Paramount, Universal, 20th Century Fox, Warner Bros, and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
On June 14, 2004, Cartoon Theatre received an updated look as part of the network's "City" rebrand. The final use of the logo was on February 28, 2007 where it was replaced by March Movie Madness.
March Movie Madness
Movie Madness was originally introduced on March 1, 2007 as March Movie Madness. After March, the Movie Madness bumpers continued to be used for all movie presentations on Cartoon Network.
Movie Madness was later rebranded into Flicks around June 2008, and was the first to introduce the network's "Nood" characters before rebranding in July of that same year. This logo was used until May 28, 2010 following the network's "CHECK it" era.
This logo was used for a brief time until July 2010.
Flicks received an updated look around July 2010 to match with Cartoon Network's "CHECK it" branding at the time.
This logo was use until May 24, 2014. where it was replacement the original movie is still shown (without the Flicks branding).