Background: NGH Entertainment Group is a company that was started in 2001 by Stitch MI. Foster, who was later a filmmaker. It is one of the biggest companies in the world as well as one of the most powerful. Unfortunately, this power hasn't gotten to their heads yet. Luckily, NGHEG is a friendly company and gave both companies about $800 dollars. Today, it is one of the most famous studios in the world, along with MGM, Universal and others.
Logo: On a light grey background, we see what looks like a blue key and a pink key merged together behind a sun. The text "NGH" in dark blue is seen, with the text "ENTERTAINMENT GROUP" in grey below it.
FX/SFX: None. It's a still logo.
Cheesy Factor: Do you think they have more effort put into this?
Music/Sounds Variant: Strangely, on the 2012 Spanish DVD of The Titans Who Are Unlikely, you can hear the three minutes of the song Under the Sea from Disney's The Little Mermaid. However, if you select the English audio track, the song is not heard. The makers of the DVD soon said it was a joke.
Availability: Very common, as it is NGH's current logo. Can be seen on all DVD releases and TV airings of old films, such as the Woodie series, The Crystal Revengers of Hell and others. Also seen when Sky1 first aired Tom and Jerry: The Movie in the UK and on all international prints of that said movie. However, it was not seen on most international TV airings of Peter Pan, due to a error. Surprisingly, it appeared on a bootleg VHS release of the MLP movie, A Very Minty Christmas.
Scare Factor: None. Not very scary, just boring.