The Gracie Films Logo depicts whispering and even noisy movie patrons in a theater being shushed by a woman so the company's logo accompanied by music and a blue background can be seen and heard.
Some standard/special versions of the company's logo/jingle were made to fit television shows.
On Treehouse of Horror episodes (excluding I, VI and XIX), there is a pipe organ playing the jingle and a girl screaming (which sounds more like a whistle), in II and III, the organ played, but with no scream, on IX, the organ played, but the scream was replaced with Regis Philbin screaming, "My eyes, my beautiful eyes!" and on XV, the scream was replaced with Homer screaming through this logo and 20th Century Fox Television logo, similar to The Blunder Years.
Sometimes, there is no sounds at all being heard in the logo, and replaces them with some sounds in the episode, e.g. in "Bart vs. Australia", the sounds are replaced with a didgeridoo.
Sometimes, there is no music and sounds at all for the logo. These are made of two variants: a silent variant was used on original prints of "There's No Disgrace Like Home" and sometimes, the closing theme playing over the logo.
The only time the logo can be seen within the episode was in "You Kent Always Say What You Want", where after being interrupted by the 20th Century Fox TV logo when saying 'The truth is-', Homer on a white screen whispers to the fourth wall, "OK. What I was going to say was-," before the 'shush' interruption and the end credits.
These kind of variants are inspired by the 'Deedle-Dee Tag' of Deedle-Dee Productions as heard in nearly every episode of Mike Judge's animated comedy King of the Hill.
The only visual variant is taken from "Last Tap Dance in Springfield", where the logo is moved up to show Powderpuff, a Persian cat, rubbing its eyes with its fake arms and then smiles (taken from a videotape Lisa was watching), as well as Vicki Valentine saying "Tappa-tappa-tappa," in the background.
Homer has the most dialogue in the variants he has been heard in.
An even shorter version is found on the short-lived Phenom, which cuts off the first two notes along with the murmuring and "Shhh!".
On the webisodes of The Critic, the logo is in the center of the screen, is brighter and blue, and is still. This variant uses the end theme of the show. A silent version also appears on The Simpsons Arcade Game and is downloadable on XBLA and PSN.