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These are the logo variations seen throughout the years by Warner Bros. Family Entertainment.

Chariots of Fur (1994), Another Froggy Evening (1995), Superior Duck (1996), From Hare to Eternity (1996), and Pullet Surprise (1997): The 1992 Warner Bros. Family Entertainment logo is seen as normal, but we do not hear "Merrily We Roll Along" as often plays over the logo. Instead, we hear a re-orchestration of the 1936 Max Steiner WB fanfare. Other variations are done on "The Bullseye" opening/closing credits: the openings on these cartoons have a Chuck Jones byline, and the closings have "That's all Folks!" written over the bullseye in a smaller script than usual.

Wakko's Wish (1999): Same as the opening of the WBFE logo, but later Wakko from Animaniacs walks out, does a Vanna pose... and takes a huge bite of the shield. Bugs is not amused.
WB - Wakko's Wish

Mucha Lucha: The Return of El Malefico (2004): Bugs walks out eating his carrot as usual, then it fades to the Flea eating a doughnut. The background is changed from clouds to a starry sky as well. Then a comet flies across diagonally and starts the movie.
The Flea and his doughnut

Scooby-Doo and the Loch-Ness Monster (2004):
The logo's background changes to dark water and ripples are seen during the logo. Also, Bugs Bunny disappears as the background changes.
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Aloha, Scooby-Doo! (2005):
Same as the Scooby-Doo and the Loch-Ness Monster variant, except it's placed on a daytime background.
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