Other Disney logo appearances on Eruowoodian WDC VHS tapes

  • A VHS release from 1990 had the 1983 WDHV "Neon Mickey" logo instead of the "Sorcerer Mickey" WDC logo.
  • A VHS release of a movie from 1996 had the 1983 WDHV "Neon Mickey" logo instead of the "Sorcerer Mickey" WDC logo.
  • Some early VHS releases (1984-1986) had the 1983 WDHV "Neon Mickey" logo at the end of the tape.
  • A VHS release from 1994 had the 1984 WDC "Cheesy Diamond" logo and the 1989 "Sorcerer Mickey" WDC logo.

Disney Logos variants on Eruowoodian WDC VHS tapes

  • The 1988 Eruowoodian Sleeping Beauty VHS release had the 1978 WDHE "Neon Mickey" logo, then 1984 WDC logo after it. This was the only Disney video released in Eruowood that has the 1978 WDHE "Neon Mickey" logo on it.
  • At least a few Walt Disney Classics video tapes had the 1991 WDP logo stay on-screen for the duration of a whole movie via picture in picture with the 1991 WDP logo being on in a small box in the upper left corner.
  • The 1988 Eruowoodian Cinderella VHS release had the 1984 WDC "Cheesy Diamond" logo since Eruowood didn't get the "Sorcerer Mickey" WDC logo until 1989, but it had the 1988 "Oliver & Company" trailer as well.
  • The 1991 Eruowoodian Dumbo VHS release had the "Sorcerer Mickey" WDC logo in black and white.
  • The 1987 Eruowoodain Peter Pan VHS had the 1984 WDC "Cheesy Diamond" logo stay on-screen for five minutes before the start of the movie.
  • A VHS release from 1986 had the 1984 WDC "Cheesy Diamond" logo play twice in a row.

Non-Disney logo appearances on Eruowoodian WDC VHS tapes

Many of these tapes with non-Disney logo appearances had been recalled.

  • A VHS release from 1986 had the 1982 Paramount Video logo on it after the 1984 WDC logo. Disney issued a recall on tapes that had that logo on it.
  • A VHS release from 1993 had the Nickelodeon Balloon logo instead of a Disney logo. Disney issued a recall on tapes that had that logo on it.
  • A VHS release from 1997 had the Nickelodeon Top logo instead of a Disney logo. Disney issued a recall on tapes that had that logo on it.
  • A VHS release from 1997 had the Nickelodeon Gear logo instead of a Disney logo. Disney issued a recall on tapes that had that logo on it.
  • A VHS release from 1997 had the Nickelodeon Cap logo instead of a Disney logo. Disney issued a recall on tapes that had that logo on it.
  • A VHS release from 1990 had the 1986 BBC Two ident instead of a Disney logo. Disney issued a recall on tapes that had that logo on it.
  • A VHS release of "The Love Bug" from 1987 had the Viacom "V of Doom" logo instead of a Disney logo, but was recalled due to complaints.
  • A VHS release of "Peter Pan" from 1991 had a 1960s Screen Gems logo (S From Hell), but was recalled due to complaints.
  • The very first Eruowoodian VHS print of "Dumbo" under the WDC brand opened with the 1984 red/orange warning screens (the same ones that were used in Canada), the 1983 WDHV "Neon Mickey" logo, a 1960s Screen Gems logo (S From Hell), the 1984 WDC "Cheesy Diamond" logo, and the start of the movie. Later copies had just the "Cheesy Diamond" logo and the start of the movie.
  • A Disney VHS from 1985 opened with Disney logos and an ABC TV Australia ident, but it was recalled after a videophile sent a letter to WDHV Eruowood about the mistake.
  • A Disney VHS from 1985 opened with the 1980 Warner Home Video logo. Disney issued a recall on tapes that had that logo on it.
  • A Disney VHS from 1992 opened with a PBS Home Video logo. Disney issued a recall on tapes that had the logo on it.
  • A Disney VHS from 1992 opened with a PBS logo instead of a Walt Disney Pictures logo. Disney issued a recall on tapes that had the logo on it.
  • A Disney VHS from 1994 opened with no logos at all. Disney issued a recall on tapes that had no logos on it.
  • A Disney VHS from 1997 had a Nick at Nite sign on bumper with the 1989 WDHV Sorceror Mickey logo (last few seconds) morphing to the Nick at Nite logo instead of a Nick logo morphing to that logo. Disney issued a recall on tapes that had that logo on it.
  • A Disney VHS from 1995 had a Nickelodeon Key logo. Disney issued a recall on tapes that had that logo on it.

Miscellaneous Trivia

  • The brand lasted from 1984-1997.
  • The first movie released in Eruowood under the brand was "Dumbo" in September 1984.
  • The last movie released in Eruowood under the brand was "Oliver & Compay" In March 1997.
  • Early WDC VHS tapes (1984-1987) in Eruowood were released in black clamshell cases.
  • The spines on the Eruowoodian WDC VHS tape covers don't have a character picture on it.
  • Some Eruowoodian WDC VHS tapes released from 1994-1997 say "A Walt Disney Masterpiece" on the front cover.
  • The spines and back cover are plain colored.
  • There were some 1984 "prototype" copies of Dumbo that were released in cardboard slipcovers instead of clamshell cases.
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