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Walt Disney Studios Feature Presentation ID: Handwriting (1991-1999)

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Published on Sep 4, 2011

I couldn't find the original in good (let alone high) quality, so I decided to borrow a video that contained it in good quality (logo originally from Opening To Pocahontas 1996 VHS, credit goes to thememorylanechannel, the original uploader) and uploaded it in full HD here!

This is the original variant of the 3rd Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Feature Presentation ID (Handwriting)!
Here's some trivia about it....
- This logo has two variants:
- A variant with a black-navy blue gradient background with white tex. It can be seen exclusively on the 1992 VHS release of The Rescuers.
- A new variant was introduced with Toy Story for Disney films that included previews of films prior to the actual feature. Beau Weaver replaced the original announcer (who can be seen below), saying "Thanks for joining us for this special preview. And now, our feature presentation."
- This Feature Presentation ID was based on the other Disney IDs at the time.
- Nicknames: "Handwriting"
- The font is Laser LET
- The music is "Great Ovation" by Steve Gray, from the Televisual album of the Burton Music Library
- The announcer is Mark Elliot.
- This logo has a average scare factor (CLG Wiki Scare Factor rating: Medium/Median) because some viewers dislike the style of font the words are written out. The sudden fanfare and announcer might get to some.

Personally, I'm not too fond this logo for the reasons mentioned above. The announcer seems a bit ominous, and the fanfare itself is somewhat creepy. I am, however, a fan of the font, and I don't mind the animation. I also find to be very nostalgic.

Thanks for watching, and please like and subscribe for more logos in HQ like this one, and check out my fanmade remakes of other logos!

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