top 10 amazing behind the scenes facts about movie and film logos
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Although the tabloids are full of information about the latest Hollywood celebrities, what about the studios that made them possible? Just seeing their logos playing on screen before the film starts is enough to make us feel nostalgic. However, we have a lot of, until now, unanswered questions about the history behind these Hollywood logos. We’ll shine a spotlight on the truth brighter than the one in the 20th Century Fox logo. You’ll find out which studio is the oldest surviving studio in the United States, and which is a close second. We know you’ve always wondered about the Dreamworks logo featuring a young boy fishing off a crescent moon. What’s he hoping to catch? And is he related to the woman in the Columbia logo? Find out who both people are based on in our video.
There are a couple studios on our list that have something to do with lions, but only one used a real lion in the creation of their logo. Actually, make that multiple real lions. We are sorry, Lionsgate, but despite not having the word “lion” in their name, MGM put you to shame in the lion incorporation department. They even had their lion roar before their films had any sound. Have you ever wondered how many stars are in the Paramount logo? Probably not, but we bet now you sure are! Don’t worry, we won’t leave you hanging when you watch our video. We didn’t forget Walt Disney either. Find out why the font is so strange, and whose castle we’re looking at.
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