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Warner Bros

The Warner Bros. logo, as seen in Follow That Bird.

WaltDizzy

Sesame Street's parody of Warner Bros., Disney and MGM.

Warner Bros. is an entertainment company founded in 1923. They are known for several recognizable franchises including Looney Tunes and DC Comics.

The studio distributed the first theatrical Sesame Street movie, Follow That Bird in 1985, as well as the Jim Henson Company adaptation of The Witches and the Creature Shop-effects film Where the Wild Things Are.

During the 1970s and 1980s, Warner Bros. Records released a number of Muppet and Sesame Street titles. In 2010, Warner Bros. acquired the rights to distribute Sesame Workshop properties on home video through their Warner Home Video division[1] and to manufacture video games based on the Sesame Street characters through Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment.

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  • Sesame Street Episode 3423 featured a parody movie logo blending three movie studios: Warner Bros, MGM, and Disney. Warner Bros. was represented by a shield with the letters WD replacing WB, a chicken in place of MGM's lion, and the name Walt Dizzy in place of Walt Disney.

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  1. ↑ TV shows on DVD press release
  2. ↑ St. Pierre, Stephanie. The Story of Jim Henson, Dell Publishing, 1991, p. 88.

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