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In other parts of town the lion roared, the tower beeped, and the world turned with machinelike regularity and precision. Of all the major Hollywood studios, Warner Bros. was the one most likely to allow graphic designers to let loose and toy with their emblem.

Below are 15 shields begging to be identified. This time I made it easy on you by relaxing my normally tight constraints to include films released after 1936. There are even a comic book picture or three on the list!

For my money, the hardest one is #14. The only way you'd guess it is if you had to bear the 2010 boo boo it prefaced, and that I wouldn't wish on a pic-a-nic basket. 1 down and 14 to go.

Remember, this is your last chance to beat the other couples. If you don't know, guess.

Good luck!

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Ken Harrison Sept. 19, 2013 @ 3:32 p.m.

The WB 7Arts logo was the dumbest. It so represented everything bad about the 70s, or 80s, or 60s, whenever it was. Next to the WB's TV Frog, it was the worst logo and representation of a great creator of entertainment. The Bugs Bunny, et.al cartoons from that period also weren't very funny. When ever I'd see the 7 Arts logo before a cartoon, I'd get up off the carpet and switch the dial to something else. I think it is great how they've maintained the shape of the WB shield all these years. Still my favorite opening logo to see on the big screen.

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