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For the british company, see Gaumont British Films.

1903-1906?

Gaumont1903


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"ELGÉ" is the initials of Léon Gaumont, who founded the company in 1895. The daisy has been used in most of Gaumont's logos since.

1906-1908?

Gaumont1906


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Similar to the previous logo, except that the pattern on the daisy is removed, and the letters "P" and "L" are removed.

1908-1910?

Gaumont1908

This is the first Gaumont logo to have color.

1910-1915?

Gaumont1910

There is an animated version of this logo, although it didn't appear on any films. There is also a golden version of this logo that was seen on the 1915 short film L'embusqué, and a Russian version of this logo.

1914-1918?

Gaumont1914

1918-1919?

Gaumont1918

Similar to the previous logo, except the daisy has been changed, and it was put in a circle.

1919-1924?

Gaumont1919

It is unknown what "PAX" stands for.

1930

Gaumont1930

The symbol on the middle-left is the logo for Pathé-Gaumont-Metro-Actualités, which was a joint venture between Pathé, Gaumont, and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. It is unknown what the symbol on the middle-right and the bird stands for.

1940-1944?

Gaumont1940

1944-1945?

Gaumont1944

1945-1947?

Gaumont1945

1947-1970?

Gaumont1947

This logo also appeared as an animation.

1970–1980

Gaumont 1970

The daisy returned in 1970. The animated logo was nicknamed "Daisy of Doom" because it had red smoke in the background and had an ominious fanfare.

1980–1985

Gaumont1980

1981–1995

Gaumont 1981

1980s-present

Gaumont 1980s

1995–2011

Gaumont 1995

2011–present

Gaumont Film Company

See also