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  • What's this about a new Walt Disney Animation logo?

    I heard from someone who reviewed the film that there is a new Walt Disney Animation logo that comes before Meet the Robinsons. Does anybody know anything about what it is? Is it a banner thing like the Walt Disney Pictures castle intro?

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    Re: What's this about a new Walt Disney Animation logo?

    Here's the story from 7/10/06:
    http://www.micechat.com/forums/showt...+animated+logo
    "If you don't know how to draw, you don't belong in this building" - John Lasseter 2006

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    • #3
      Re: What's this about a new Walt Disney Animation logo?

      No, no, not that one. Someone talked about in their review a new animation logo that starts out with Steamboat Willie and then turns into Walt Disney's signature ending up in a Walt Disney Animation logo similar to the Disney Pictures one mentioned in that story. Dreamworks has the same set up where they have their regular Dreamworks spelled out in the sky intro, but they also have the colorful Dreamworks Animation logo with balloons in front of their animated films.

      I guess we'll have to wait and see Meet the Robinsons to find out.

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      • #4
        Re: What's this about a new Walt Disney Animation logo?

        It is true. Look out for an animated short as well.
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          Re: What's this about a new Walt Disney Animation logo?

          ^ Say WWHHHAAA?! Wait, a NEW animated short or an old short like the Chip n Dale one? SOmething about nuts, right?

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          • #6
            Re: What's this about a new Walt Disney Animation logo?

            The old animated short I saw was of Mickey, Donald, and Goofy building a boat which falls apart soon after it's first voyage.

            Yeah, the new "steamboat" short starts off with three circles, then it goes on as if an artist drew it by hand. It quickly becomes animated and we see mickey driving steamboat willie. Afterwards the Walt Disney logo comes up.......nothing to write home about.

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            • #7
              Re: What's this about a new Walt Disney Animation logo?

              If you see it in 3D the short shown before the film is a 1953 Donald Duck short featuring Chip N' Dale that was originally shown in 3D and is once again shown in 3D. It was pretty cool.

              I also liked the new Animation Studios logo. It looked snazzy in 3D but it's also nice to see them trying to do some "branding" of Disney Animation Studios the same way that Pixar has its own brand.
              "I'm working on changing Hollywood...at the studio that fired me twice."
              --John Lasseter

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              • #8
                Re: What's this about a new Walt Disney Animation logo?

                Originally posted by Doopey1 View Post
                If you see it in 3D the short shown before the film is a 1953 Donald Duck short featuring Chip N' Dale that was originally shown in 3D and is once again shown in 3D. It was pretty cool.

                I also liked the new Animation Studios logo. It looked snazzy in 3D but it's also nice to see them trying to do some "branding" of Disney Animation Studios the same way that Pixar has its own brand.
                Darn, now I have so see it again...
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                • #9
                  Re: What's this about a new Walt Disney Animation logo?

                  ^^ It's definitely worth seeing in 3D. I wouldn't even recommend anyone seeing it in a "conventional" theater if 3D is an alternative. But the Disney Digital 3D format is amazing. I posted in another thread that from a purely visual standpoint it is probably the best movie-going experience I've ever had.
                  "I'm working on changing Hollywood...at the studio that fired me twice."
                  --John Lasseter

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