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1912–1913 1913–1914 1914–1919 1919–1923 1923–1931
1912–1913 1913–1914 1914–1919 1919–1923 1923–1931
1931–1936 1936–1947 1947–1960 1960–1963 1963
1931–1936 1936–1947 1947–1960 1960–1963 1963
1963–1990 1990–1997 1996–2012 2012–present (primary) 2021–present (secondary)
1963–1990 1990–1997 1996–2012 2012–present (primary) 2021–present (secondary)

Universal Film Manufacturing Company

1912–1913

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1913–1914

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1914–1919

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1919–1923

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Universal Pictures (first era)

1923–1931

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1931–1936

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1936–1947

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Designer:  Alexander Golitzen
Typography:  Unknown
Launched:  Unknown

Universal International

1947–1960

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1960–1963

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Universal Pictures (second era)

1963

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1963–1990

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Designer:  Eyvind Earle
Universal Title and Optical
Typography:  Futura Bold
Launched:  Unknown

1990–1996

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Designer:  Eric Von Schmidt
The Chandler Group
Studio Productions
Flip Your Lid Animation (animation)
Typography:  Universal Primary (custom-designed)
Copperplate Gothic (byline)
Launched:  Unknown

1996–2012

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Designer:  Identica Partnership
Typography:  Universal Secondary Headline (custom-designed)
Launched:  Unknown

Following the dissolution of MCA, Universal Studios introduced a brand new logo on December 9, 1996, and was given a proper animation to accompany it in 1997, which first appeared on The Lost World: Jurassic Park. Despite the change as well as its eventual breakup in 2012, this logo is still used by Universal Sony Pictures Home Entertainment and Universal Music Group.

2012–present

2012–present (primary)

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Designer:  Weta Digital
Typography:  Universal Tertiary (custom-designed)
Launched:  Unknown

2021–present (secondary)

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Designer:  Brian Jackson
Typography:  Universal Tertiary (custom-designed, modified)
Launched:  Unknown

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