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Universal Pictures (first era)


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Universal Pictures (second era)





In modern days, the studio never had a closing logo. The end of its movies only shows a logo for a production company working for the studio, and then an MPA rating screen, and some movies have a Universal Studios Hollywood & Florida advertisement that read either "When in Hollywood, visit Universal Studios," "See the Stars and Ride the Movies," or "Universal Parks & Resorts," along with its website address. In John Landis' films from Universal, "(Ask for Babs)" appears as a joke. "Babs" is Barbara Sue Jansen from Animal House who becomes a tour guide at Universal Studios Hollywood in the epilogue. On one occasion, after the post-credits scene in the original theatrical release of Minions (2015), a silent mini-advertisement for the Despicable Me Minion Mayhem ride was seen (though it was plastered by the Deluxe Digital Studios logo on home media; the same was done for the home media releases of The Secret Life of Pets, plastering the current Universal Parks & Resorts logo, which was seen on the original theatrical release). However, the current logo has been shown at the end of certain movies on a few occasions; at the end of American Made (2017), the full logo was shown, albeit silent. Additionally, at the end of 1917 (2019), a still version of the logo is used.

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