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Background: Set up in 1997, their releases were originally distributed by Universal Studios Home Entertainment until 2005. After the acquisition of DreamWorks by Viacom in February 2006, the distribution rights were shifted to Paramount Home Entertainment for a while. But since the studio's split from Paramount in 2008 and distribution agreement with Walt Disney Studios through Touchstone Pictures in 2009, DVD and Blu-ray releases of their newer films are distributed by Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment through Touchstone Home Entertainment; however, distribution of DreamWorks' older library still resides with Paramount.

(1997- )
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Nicknames: "Little Boy Fishing on the Moon", "Fishing Boy", "DreamWorks Fishing Boy"

Logo: The same as the current movie logo, only "HOME ENTERTAINMENT" is below the line, and zooms out with the DreamWorks text.
  • This logo can be found on VHS trailers, but the "Little Boy Fishing on the Moon" appears above the text.
  • Starting around 2010, the HOME ENTERTAINMENT text is animated exactly like the movie logo, now fading in, but there is still a line between the two.

FX/SFX: The same as the current movie logo.

Music/Sounds: The same as the current movie logo.

Availability: Common. Can be found on DVDs and VHSes of DreamWorks movies like Shrek.

Scare Factor: None.

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