The first logo, which features the Walt Disney Home Video text underneath. This is an early logo, as the more prominent Diamond logo would be introduced shortly afterwards.
The Portuguese variant with "Os Classicos" in place of "The Classics".
A Japanese variant on a starry sky with a thicker, more glass-like frame and not a blue aura to surrounds it here.
Intro to the second logo, similar to Walt Disney Home Video's 1986 logo.
The 1989 Sorcerer Mickey intro.
The 1992 Sorcerer Mickey which is the last Walt Disney Classics logo.
The 1988 prototype variant of the second logo, only found on Cinderella. Oddly enough this variant was later found on re-prints of Robin Hood and The Rescuers Down Under. It also appeared on a LaserDisc and a demo-tape for The Rescuers in 1992.
The 1989 variant, starting with Bambi. Also, it was seen on the 1991 VHS of The Jungle Book. A short version, without the Sorcerer Mickey intro was used on the 1991 release of Robin Hood. (Surprisingly, this was also found on 1996 prototype copies of Pocahontas.)
The 1992 original clean variant, from 101 Dalmatians and The Great Mouse Detective . Starting with The Rescuers, the music became distorted.
The 1992 distorted and muffled variant, from The Rescuers, Beauty and the Beast, Pinocchio, Aladdin and The Fox and the Hound.
An entirely different logo for UK trailers. Used from 1993-1996.
Another different logo for UK promos. Used in 2000.
The normal print logo used on UK VHS Covers from the late 1980s
The normal print logo used on UK VHS Covers from 1991 to 1996
The normal print logo used on UK VHS Covers from 1996 to 2000
The alternative print logo used on UK VHS Covers from 2000 to 2001
The normal print logo used on UK VHS and DVD Covers from 2001 to 2008
The normal print logo used on UK DVD and Blu Ray Covers from 2014 to present