20th Century Studios

Discover the iconic movies and timeless classics produced by 20th Century Studios. Immerse yourself in the rich history and unforgettable storytelling of this legendary film studio.
The Art Deco 20th Century Fox logo, designed by landscape artist Emil Kosa, Jr., originated as the 20th Century Pictures logo, with the name "Fox" substituted for "Pictures, Inc." in 1935. Studio, Walt Disney, Films, Walt Disney Company, 20th Century Studios, Movie Studio, Film Studio, Henry Thomas, The Twenties

You see these opening logos every time you go to the movies, but have you ever wondered who is the boy on the moon in the DreamWorks logo? Or which mountain inspired the Paramount logo? Or who was the Columbia Torch Lady? Let's find out:1. DreamWorks SKG: Boy on the MoonIn 1994, director Steven Spielberg, Disney studio chairman Jeffrey Katzenberg, and record producer David Geffen (yes, they make the initial SKG on the bottom of the logo) got together to found ...

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20th Century Fox Television Distribution was established in 2010, but it did not use an on-screen logo until 2011. In June 2013, following News Corporation’s split into News Corp and the now-defunct 21st Century Fox, the byline was removed. In 2016, Disney stopped using the 20th Century Fox Television Distribution logo after NBCUniversal's acquisition of DreamWorks Animation and it was folded into 20th Television and NBCUniversal Television Distribution as part of a reorganisation. 20th…

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This is a screengrab from “The I Don't Care Girl" (1953) in which Mitzi Gaynor’s character is entering the 20th Century-Fox studios. It looks suspiciously matted together - even in a 20th Century-Fox movie they need to manufacture the entrance to their own studios? That white structure with the logo is the administration building that Darryl F. Zanuck built near Stages 10 & 11. This gate is no longer accessible to the public, but at the time was a main entrance onto the lot. Films, Studio, Public, Fox, Los Angeles, 20th Century Studios, Filming Locations, Vintage Los Angeles, Hollywood

This is a screengrab from “The I Don't Care Girl" (1953) in which Mitzi Gaynor’s character is entering the 20th Century-Fox studios. It looks suspiciously matted together - even in a 20th Century-Fox movie they need to manufacture the entrance to their own studios? That white structure with the logo is the administration building that Darryl F. Zanuck built near Stages 10 & 11. This gate is no longer accessible to the public, but at the time was a main entrance onto the lot.

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Martin Turnbull - Hollywood historical fiction author