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NOTE: This page only shows print logos. To see on-screen logos, see Columbia Pictures/Other.

CBC Film Sales Corporation

1919–1924

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The predecessor to Columbia Pictures was CBC Film Sales Corporation. This company did make a few silent films, but was unpopular. The downfall of this company led to the joke that CBC stood for "Corned Beef and Cabbage".

Columbia Pictures

1924–1925

In 1924, CBC changed to Columbia Pictures. This is the first logo to include the Columbia Lady.

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1925–1926

Columbia 1925

In 1925, Corporation was dropped to the logo.

1926–1932

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This is the first logo to have the Columbia Lady holding a torch. The concept still remains today.

1932–1933

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1933–1936

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1936–1964

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1936–1945

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1945–1964

1964–1976

Columbia Pictures 1960s

1975–1981

Columbia Pictures Print Logo 1976

1981–1989

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This logo (nicknamed "Torch Lady in a Dome") combined elements from its previous logo. It also resembles the certificate vignette for Screen Gems in 1960.

1989–1992

1992–1993

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A better version of this logo is needed, due to the picture quality, inaccuracies or other issues with the uploaded logo. You can help Logopedia by uploading it here. Sony Pictures acquired Columbia Pictures in 1991.

1992–present

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Logo with Sony Pictures

1992–2014

Columbia Pictures

2014–present

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See also

References

  1. http://www.closinglogos.com/page/Columbia+Pictures


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