I really miss seeing the ORIGINAL LOGOS at the start of many DVD movies released by some studios, because they are opting to use the more updated and "centemporary" ones instead. For instance, I don't think a single United Artists release on an MGM DVD sports the dark blue TransAmerica "T" formed by six animated lines. Instead we invariably get the newer (admittedly pretty good) UA intro with the gold letters and familiar music. Warner Bros, as much as I love their DVD work, rarely uses the original logo from their 60's-70's-80's movies (although BULLET, for example, still carries the original Warner/7-Arts design, but that is probably because part of the movie's action is going on behind it). Instead they opt for the blue sky/clouds/shield design, except during their anniversary, when we had that peculiar distortion of the studio buildings reflected from the surface of a 3-D shield. Other studios do keep the original logos: Paramount, Fox, Columbia, Universal (only after they've first presented that horrible thing they use for current productions, with the neon shafts of light generated from a day-glo Earth...wish they'd stayed with the one before it). Avco-Embassy and American-International movies that are released to DVD by MGM have their original openings as well. But I started this thread mainly because, although UA has not been affiliated with Transamerica for ages, it would be nice to see that logo once again. It, like many of the movies sporting that opening, are of a particular time and should be preserved.