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Toon Disney was a cable TV channel that launched in 1998 and discontinued in 2009. The channel aired animated TV shows and movies from The Walt Disney Company and DIC Entertainment.

This page only shows primary logo variants.
For other related logos and images, see:

Contents

1998–2001 2001–2004 2004–2005 2005–2009
1998–2001 2001–2004 2004–2005 2005–2009

Toon Disney (first era)

1998–2001

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Designer:  Smartpill
Typography:  Mister Earl
Launched:  April 18, 1998
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Toon Disney's first logo was based around Disney Channel's 1997 logo. It would normally have a character from a Toon Disney show pop out from the screen, which leaves most of the screen in this logo shattered.

Toon Disney Channel

2001–2004

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Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Mister Earl
Launched:  Unknown

An updated logo was introduced in 2001, still using Disney Channel's "TV screen" logo, but this time, the letters from the word "TOON" are arranged in a "bouncy" manner, replacing the curved TOON and superimposed on the TV screen's ears. The "Disney" wordmark is also much larger here. This logo was used in tandem with the previous one until September 1, 2002.

2004–2005

Toon Disney Channel 2004.svg
Designer:  Primal Screen
Typography:  Aver Display
Launched:  September 20, 2004

This logo was introduced on September 20, 2004, to keep in line with Disney Channel's branding at the time. This logo was used up until 2005 but was still shown on bumpers and promos for Jetix around the time.

Toon Disney (second era)

2005–2009

Toon Disney 2003.svg
Designer:  Primal Screen
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Typography:  Aver Display
Launched:  September 19, 2005

The colors of the logo were changed to a color palette of black, red, and yellow on September 19, 2005. This variant had been in use by international versions of the channel as early as 2003.

This was the last logo of Toon Disney. On February 13, 2009, the network was shut down along with Jetix and replaced by Disney XD, which featured many of the same cartoons, as well as new live-action shows like Aaron Stone.

See also

Toon Disney
Disney XD
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