In the Southeast Asian countries of Indoaustralia (New Bombay, Camilla, and Pearl Islands), they mostly use the same Walt Disney Home Video logos as North America and other countries. The videos were distributed throughout Indoaustralia by Uptown Video Limited until 2004 when Walt Disney Home Entertainment Indoaustralia was formed. The videos were available in English and Camillan (a fusion between Spanish, Portuguese, and Southeast Asian dialects).
1st (known) logo
Logo: See the 1978 logo on the Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment page for information.
Trivia: On some"double feature"tapes from 1984-1985, a few seconds of the Neon Mickey animation without music was used inbetween programs.
- In the logo's later years from 1984-1985, the animation was the same as the Italian variant with the light blue VHS cover on a wooden table.
Music/Sounds: Most tapes until around Christmas 1984 used the same fanfare as the original variant of the logo, but later tapes used a synthesized fanare that sounds similar to the music from "The Main Street Electical Parade" at Disneyland.
Availability: Rare, seen on the earliest Disney tapes distributed in Indosaustralia.
Scare Factor: Same as the Neon Mickey logo, but raised a little higher for the later variant due to the Moog synthesized music.
2nd Logo (closing variant)
Logo: On a starry background similar to the end of the "Walt Disney and You" promo from early 1980s Disney tapes, we see a white Walt Disney logo, with the words "HOME VIDEO" below in a bold font similar to Eurostile. Below the logo are two small bylines in aqua blue reading "(C)(year of distribution)The Walt Disney Company" and "Distributed by Uptown Video Limited".
FX/SFX: The starry background zooming out slowly.
- On some tapes such as Pinocchio (1986 VHS) and Cinderella (1988 VHS), the background zooms in the opposite direction.
- Usually the logo lasts about 15 to 30 seconds, but on a 1990 VHS of Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree, it lasts about 45 seconds.
- Sometimes, this logo is a still image.
Availability: Seen on most Indoaustralian Disney tapes from the era.
Scare Factor: None.
Logo: Same as the Disney Sunday Movie opening from 1986, but "The Disney Sunday Movie" title card was replaced by the end of the 1986 Walt Disney Home Video logo.
- Most VHS tapes with this logo begin with the animation of Sorcerer Mickey from the 1986 logo.
- On some tapes, the logo ends with the sparkling "presents" text variant of the 1986 logo.
- On the 1991 VHS of The Rescuers Down Under, the logo ends with the 1988 Walt Disney Classics logo.
- On the 1994 VHS of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs and a rare early 1997 VHS of James and the Giant Peach, the logo begins with the 1991 Walt Disney Home Video logo and ends with the Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection logo.
- The 1996 VHS tapes of Toy Story and James and the Giant Peachuses the 1995 CGI Walt Disney Pictures logo in the beginning and the 1995 Disney Videos logo at the end..
- On most later tapes that use this logo, (1997-1999) the logo starts with the 1985 Walt Disney Pictures logo and ends with either the black or blue variant of the 1991 Walt Disney Home Video logo.
- Sometimes at the end of the logo, Sorcerer Mickey is seen at the bottom left corner of the screen, but modified to look up at the logo. This was seen on earliest tapes that used this logo (1990-1992).
- On the 2001 VHS of Dinosaur, same as the one above, but with the 1991 gold Walt Disney Home Video logo.
- 1990-1997, 2001 - A synthesized instrumental version of "When You Wish Upon a Star".
- 1997-1999 - The 1985 Walt Disney Pictures fanfare and either the 1988 Walt Disney Classics music or the 1994 Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection music with a male voiceover with an Australian accent saying one of these phrases:
- "From magical films to unforgettable adventures, from the movie theater to the comfort of your home, you can always count on something new and exciting from Walt Disney!"
- "From magical films to unforgettable journeys, from the cinema to the comfort of your home, there is always something new and exciting from Walt Disney!"
- "From hit movies to magical vacations, from the silver screen cinema, to the comfort of your own home, there 's always something new and exciting you can always count on from Disney!"
Availability: Seen only on Indoaustralian Disney VHS tapes from the era starting with the 1990 VHS ofThe Little Mermaid. It made a surprise appearance on the 2001 VHS of Dinosaur.
Scare Factor: Low to Medium.
4th Logo (closing variant)