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Warner Brothers Classics Of The Screen

1923–1925

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Warner Brothers Productions

1925–1929

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Warner Bros. Pictures Inc.

1929–1937

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1929–1931

1931–1937

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1934–1937

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1937–1967

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1937–1948

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Warner Bros. Pictures (first era)

1948–1967

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1948–1967, 1984–2001

1953–1956 (3D version)

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1953–1967, 1970–1972, 1985–2020

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1962–1967

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1985–1990

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1990–1992

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1992–2000

This logo was still used at the end of trailers until 2000.

2000–2001

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Used only at the end of trailers.

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Used only at the end of trailers.

2003–2020

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Used only at the end of trailers.

1953–1967, 1970–1973, 1985–2001

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This was used as a closing logo on some films beginning in 1985.

Warner Bros.-Seven Arts

1967–1970

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Warner Bros., Inc./Warner Bros.

1970–1972

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1972–1990

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1972–1984

Warner Bros. Pictures (second era)

1984–2020

1984–2001

2000–2001

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This short-lived logo was only used as a closing logo on films from 2000 to 2001. It is similar to the 1984 shield, except the "Warner Bros. Pictures" banner uses a different font.

2001–2020

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This version of the 1984 shield uses the same banner of the 1999 logo, and like the previous one, it is currently used as a closing logo only from 2001.

1993–2020

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1993–2000

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2000–2001

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2001–2003

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2003–2019

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1998–2020

1998 (75th Anniversary)

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1999–2011, 2011–2020 (New Line Cinema)

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2004–2018 (IMAX)

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2011–2020

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2016–2020 (Warner Animation Group)

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They were used in Warner Animation Group movies.

2001–2019

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2019–present

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After Warner Bros. Entertainment revealed a new logo on November 13, 2019, Warner Bros. Pictures also refreshed its image to match with the modern look of the new shield, which is used alongside the previous logo

This print logo can be found in the posters of In the Heights[1], Tenet (both 2020) and China exclusive re-release of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (2001) and Interstellar (2014).[2]

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This "dimensional" version can be seen on the studio's water tower in the opening of the 2021 on-screen logo.

2020–2021

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The logo made its debut in cinemas with the 2020 film Tenet.

2021–present

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The logo made its debut on HBO Max with the 2021 film Locked Down.

2021–present (Warner Animation Group)

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This was used in Warner Animation Group films starting with Tom and Jerry in 2021. The logo was slightly altered to go together with the matching WAG logo.

2021–present (New Line Cinema)

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This was used in New Line Cinema films starting with Mortal Kombat in 2021 as a variant, and the standard version debuted in Those Who Wish Me Dead. The pieces that form the New Line Cinema logo are colored silver to match the 2021–present Warner Bros. Pictures logo.

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