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Contents

1960–1967 1967–1970 1970–1972 1972–1984
1960–1967 1967–1970 1970–1972 1972–1984
 
1984–1986, 2010–2013 1990–1995 2003–2014 2010–present
1984–1986, 2010–2013 1990–1995 2003–2014 2010–present

Warner Bros. Television Division

1960–1967

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For the animated productions it used the same closing sequence as the live-action shows, with the only difference that Bugs Bunny (or any other character from Looney Tunes) would pop up behind the shield.

Warner Bros.-Seven Arts

1967–1970

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Warner Bros. Television

1970–1972

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1972–1984

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1984–1986, 2010–2013

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This logo was later reused in MAD episodes.

Warner Bros. Animation

1990–1995, 2003-2014

1990-1995

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This logo debuted in Tiny Toon Adventures and it was used until 1995, when most animated show started to be produced by Warner Bros. Television Animation.

2003–2014

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After Warner Bros. Television Animation went defunct, Warner Bros. Animation was revived in 2003. This logo debuted in What's New, Scooby-Doo? and Teen Titans, it was used along with the logo below until 2014. However, this logo is still seen on the Warner Bros. website as of 2020.

2014–present

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The current logo was introduced as an opening logo to Reel FX's Looney Tunes shorts from 2010, before being the current closing logo to 2014.

External links

See also


Warner Bros. Classic Animation
Warner Bros. Television Animation
DePatie-Freleng Enterprises
Hanna-Barbera
Warner Bros. Animation
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