Logo Variations - Miramax FilmsThis is a featured page

Scandal (1989): The logo is still, except for "presents" fading in.
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Clerks (1994): The 1987 still picture logo fades into the 1994 View Askew Productions logo.
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Two Bits (1995): The 1987 logo is sepia-toned.

Miramax Films - Two Bits (1995)
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Don't Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood (1996): The words are in silver.
Miramax Films (1996)
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The Musketeer (2001):
The 1998-2008 logo isn't animated.
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Cidade de Deus (2002): The sunset appears through the logo. Seen on the trailer.
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Waking Up in Reno (2002): When all of the lights of the buildings in the 1998-2008 logo are turned off, the lights of the Reno skyline turn on, revealing the Reno skyline behind the logo. The logo is also in shadow mode.

Miramax Films - Waking Up in Reno (2002)
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Gangs of New York (2002): On a dark gray background, the words "MIRAMAX FILMS" in the font for the word "MIRAMAX" based from the 1987-1999 logo is shown. On recent prints, it is altered to solely read "MIRAMAX".

Miramax Films - Gangs of New York (2002)
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Kill Bill Vol. 1 (2003):
The logo goes as usual but at the end the Shaw Brothers logo theme starts and then cuts to the Shaw Bros. logo. After that comes the old Feature Presentation ident.
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Kill Bill Vol. 2 (2004):
The logo is in black & white.
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Ella Enchanted (2004): The logo is on a blue sky background and the buildings are curved. Also, shortly after the logo is formed with the buildings just nearly disappeared, the buildings become castle towers in the opening shot.
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An Unfinished Life (2005):The logo ends just before all the lights in the buildings are turned off, hence the name of the movie.
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Heart of the Game (2005): The logo lies on wooden floor.
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Hollywoodland (2006): The logo is sepia.



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NickMatt94 Clerks (1994) 0 Feb 15 2011, 4:06 PM EST by NickMatt94
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A still shot of the Miramax Films logo appears, then fades into the View Askew Productions logo.
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Nash98 Get Over It (2001) 0 Dec 13 2010, 10:27 PM EST by Nash98
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The logo fades into the TV.
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Nash98 Get Over It (2001) 0 Dec 13 2010, 10:26 PM EST by Nash98
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