Contents

1971, 1975–1977 (prototype) 1979–1981 1981–1982 1982–1991 1982–1987, 1990 (USA & Canada) 1981–1982 (International)
1971, 1975–1977 (prototype) 1979–1981 1981–1982 1982–1991 1982–1987, 1990 (USA & Canada) 1981–1982 (International)
 
1982–1991 (International) 1986, 1987–1991 (USA & Canada) ​1988–1992 (International) ​1983–1989 1988–1992 1984–1992
1982–1991 (International) 1986, 1987–1991 (USA & Canada) ​1988–1992 (International) ​1983–1989 1988–1992 1984–1992
 
1991–1993 1992–2001 2001–2004 (USA & Canada) 2001–2005 (international) 2004–present (USA & Canada) 2005–present (international)
1991–1993 1992–2001 2001–2004 (USA & Canada) 2001–2005 (international) 2004–present (USA & Canada) 2005–present (international)


Columbia Pictures Home Entertainment

1971, 1975–1977 (prototype)

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1979–1982

1979–1981

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1981–1982

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RCA/Columbia Pictures Home Video

1982–1991

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1982–1987, 1990 (USA & Canada)

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1981–1982 (International)

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1982–1991 (International)

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1986, 1987–1991 (USA & Canada)

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​1988–1992 (International)

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RCA/Columbia Pictures/Hoyts Video Pty. Ltd. (Australia)

​1983–1989

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1988–1992

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Tri-Star Video

1984–1992

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Columbia TriStar Home Video

1991–1993

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1992–2001

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This print logo debuted in 1992 on tape and disc covers of movies and TV shows on VHS and Laserdisc, In 1993, this replaced the previous print logo.

Columbia TriStar Home Entertainment

2001–2004 (USA & Canada) 2001–2005 (international)

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Sony Pictures Home Entertainment

2004–present (USA & Canada) 2005–present (international)

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The SPHE logo was first used as a print logo on November 30, 2004,[1] although the onscreen variant was not introduced on UMD, DVD and VHS releases until April 5, 2005.


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