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Background: DreamWorks Home Entertainment is the home media unit of DreamWorks Pictures that was formed in 1998. The company's releases were originally distributed by Universal Studios Home Entertainment, a deal that would last until 2005. After DreamWorks became a label of Paramount Pictures, in February 2006, the distribution rights went to Paramount Home Entertainment until 2011. The studio became independent from Paramount in 2008 and in 2009, they made a distribution deal with Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures through their Touchstone Pictures label (although Paramount and Universal Studios continued to release their films through 2011).Starting in 2011, Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment through Touchstone Home Entertainment began releasing their films to home media, but only films that Disney/Touchstone released.Paramount owns the home media rights to DreamWorks' pre-2008 live-action films (along with any 2008 to 2011 films they released, the remainder are with Universal) and DreamWorks Animation animation films are released by 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment under the DreamWorks Animation Home Entertainment label.

Dreamworks - CLG Wiki DreamWorks Home Entertainment (1998) Trailer Variant

Nicknames: "Little Boy Fishing on the Moon", "Fishing Boy", "DreamWorks Fishing Boy"

Logo: The same as the 1997 DreamWorks Pictures logo, only "HOME ENTERTAINMENT" is below the line, and zooms out with the DreamWorks text.

  • VHS trailers featured a still variant with the fishing boy above the text.
  • Starting in 2010, the "HOME ENTERTAINMENT" text is animated exactly like the film logo, now fading in, but there is still a line between the two.

FX/SFX: Same as the film logo.

Music/Sounds: Same as the film logo.

Availability: Common. Appears on DVD and Blu-ray releases of DreamWorks films. This logo never appeared on VHS releases, which usually went straight to the film, although several releases had the aforementioned VHS trailer variant.

Scare Factor: None.

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