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CBC Film Sales Corporation

1919–1924

CBCfilm

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.

Columbia24

1925–1926

Columbia25

In 1925, Corporation was dropped to the logo.

1926–1932

Columbia26

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

1932–1934

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1934-1936

Columbia1932

1936–1976

1936–1945

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1940s

1945–1964

1964-1976

Columbia Pictures 1960s

1975–1981

Columbia Pictures Print Logo 1976

1981–1989

Columbia1981

The Coca-Cola Company acquired Columbia Pictures in 1982. This logo (nicknamed "Torch Lady in a Dome") seems to be based on the certificate vignette for Screen Gems Television in 1960.

1989–1992

1991–1992

Few good men columbia
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

1992–2000s

Columbia Pictures

1993–present

Columbia-Pictures-Logo

See also

References

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


Sony Pictures Entertainment
Columbia Pictures (Others | Trailer variants | Closing variants | International) | TriStar Pictures (Others | Trailer variants | Closing variants) | Sony Pictures Classics | Sony Pictures Animation | Screen Gems Pictures (Others | Trailer variants | Closing variants) | Triumph Films | Destination Films | Affirm Films | Aniplex | Stage 6 Films | Sony Pictures Home Entertainment (Other) | Jim Henson Home Entertainment | Sony Pictures Imageworks (Others) | Sony Wonder | Sony Pictures Digital | Sony Pictures Releasing (International) | Sony Pictures Consumer Products | Columbia Showcase Theatre | Provident Films

Defunct and Acquired Properties: Embassy Home Entertainment | RCA-Columbia Pictures-Hoyts Video | First Release Home Entertainment | Video Box Office | SVS Triumph | Tri-Star Showcase | Rastar Films | Jim Henson Pictures | Columbia TriStar Film Distributors International | The Guber-Peters Entertainment Company | Magic Window | Musicvision


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Defunct and Acquired Properties: Screen Gems Television (Other) | Columbia Pictures Television (Other) | Columbia Pictures Television Distribution | Columbia TriStar Television | Columbia TriStar Domestic Television | Sony Pictures Television International | Screen Gems Network | Colex Enterprises | Spelling-Goldberg Productions | Tandem Productions | T.A.T. Communications Company | Embassy Communications | Embassy Pay Television | Merv Griffin Enterprises | Rastar Television | Coca-Cola Telecommunications | Barris Industries | Four D Productions | The Mimus Corporation | Diplomatic Productions


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AXN (HD) | AXN Black (HD) | AXN White (HD) | AXN Spin (HD) | AXN Crime | AXN Sci Fi | AXN Mystery | Animax | Sony Movie Channel | Cine Sony Television | GetTV | GSN | CSC Media Group

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Defunct and Acquired Properties: Fearnet | SET Portugal | SET Spain | Sony Spin | 3net


Other Businesses:

Sony Pictures Studios | Sony Pictures Mobile | Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions
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