Difference between revisions of "Gaumont British (UK)"

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{{PageCredits|capture=Eric S. AussieTechBlits and Others}}
  
Background: Gaumont British was founded in 1902 by Isidore Ostrer, acquired Leon Gaumont's control of the company. It was filmed pictures with Gainsborough Pictures Corporation (1924).
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=== Background ===
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Gaumont British was founded in 1902 by Isidore Ostrer, acquired Leon Gaumont's control of the company. It was filmed pictures with Gainsborough Pictures Corporation (1924).
  
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=== 1st Logo (1910s) ===
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'''Logo:''' On a tan background we see a stylized black daisy in a circle with "G.B" inside
  
1st Logo
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'''FX/SFX:''' TBA
(1910s)
 
  
Gaumont British
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'''Music/Sounds:''' Possibly none.
  
Logo: On a tan background we see a stylized black daisy in a circle with "G.B" inside
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'''Availability:''' You can seen the print logo at <nowiki>http://www.gaumont-british.co.uk/</nowiki>.
  
FX/SFX: TBA
 
  
Music/Sounds: Possibly none.
 
  
Availability: You can see the print logo athttp://www.gaumont-british.co.uk/.
 
  
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=== 2nd Logo (1930s) ===
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'''Logo:''' A still, updated version of the GB sunflower appears with some shiny sun rays in the background.
  
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'''FX/SFX:''' None. It's a still logo.
  
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'''Music/Sounds:''' The start of the movie's soundtrack.
  
2nd Logo
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'''Availability:''' It can be spotted on some DVD prints of films from the era, like 1933's "''The Ghoul''", starring Boris Karloff.
(1930s)
 
  
Gaumont British 1933
 
  
Logo: A still, updated version of the GB sunflower appears with some shiny sun rays in the background.
 
  
FX/SFX: None. It's a still logo.
 
  
Music/Sounds: The start of the movie's soundtrack.
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=== 3rd Logo (1935-1941?) ===
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<gallery mode="packed" heights="200">
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File:British Gaumont (1941, Opening).jpg
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File:British Gaumont (1941, Closing).jpg
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</gallery>
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'''Logo:''' Stylized "GB" in circle.
  
Availability: It can be spotted on some DVD prints of films from the era, like 1933's "The Ghoul", starring Boris Karloff.
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'''FX/SFX:''' None.
  
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'''Music/Sounds:''' None (or the film's soundtrack).
  
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'''Availability:''' Rare. It can be found on GB films of the period, i.e.: ''The Tunnel'' (1935) and ''High Flyers'' (1941).
  
  
3rd Logo
 
(1935-1937)
 
Gaumont British 1935
 
Logo: Stylized "GB" in circle.
 
  
FX/SFX: None.
 
  
Music/Sounds: None (or the film's soundtrack).
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=== 4th Logo (1937) ===
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'''Logo:''' "Gaumont British" in corporate font?
  
Availability: Rare. It can be found on GB films of the period, i.e.: The Tunnel (1935).
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'''FX/SFX:''' TBA
  
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'''Music/Sounds:''' The opening theme to the film.
  
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'''Availability:''' Very rare. Seen on ''Young and Innocent''.
  
4th Logo
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'''Editor's Note:''' TBA
(1937)
 
Gaumont British (1930)
 
  
Logo: "Gaumont British" in corporate font?
 
  
FX/SFX: TBA
 
  
Music/Sounds:The opening theme to the film.
 
  
Availability: Very rare. Seen on Young and Innocent.
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=== 5th Logo (1956) ===
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'''Logo:''' Just a simple fade-in and fade-out on a space background with "GAUMONT BRITISH PICTURE CORPORATION Presents" superimposed.
  
Editor's Note: TBA
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'''FX/SFX:''' The fades and stars flying in thebackground.
  
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'''Music/Sounds:''' The opening theme to the film.
  
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'''Availability:''' Rare. Seen only on their last film ''Supersonic Saucer''.
  
5th Logo
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'''Editor's Note:''' None.
(1956)
 
Gaumont British Picture Corporation (1956)
 
 
 
Logo: Just a simple fade-in and fade-out on a space background with "GAUMONT BRITISH PICTURE CORPORATION Presents" superimposed.
 
 
 
FX/SFX: The fades and stars flying in thebackground.
 
 
 
Music/Sounds: The opening theme to the film.
 
 
 
Availability: Rare. Seen only on their last film Supersonic Saucer.
 
 
 
Editor's Note: None.
 
  
 
[[Category:Home Entertainment Logos]]
 
[[Category:Home Entertainment Logos]]

Revision as of 05:22, 13 January 2021

Credits
Logo captures by
Eric S. AussieTechBlits and Others


Background

Gaumont British was founded in 1902 by Isidore Ostrer, acquired Leon Gaumont's control of the company. It was filmed pictures with Gainsborough Pictures Corporation (1924).

1st Logo (1910s)

Logo: On a tan background we see a stylized black daisy in a circle with "G.B" inside

FX/SFX: TBA

Music/Sounds: Possibly none.

Availability: You can seen the print logo at http://www.gaumont-british.co.uk/.



2nd Logo (1930s)

Logo: A still, updated version of the GB sunflower appears with some shiny sun rays in the background.

FX/SFX: None. It's a still logo.

Music/Sounds: The start of the movie's soundtrack.

Availability: It can be spotted on some DVD prints of films from the era, like 1933's "The Ghoul", starring Boris Karloff.



3rd Logo (1935-1941?)

Logo: Stylized "GB" in circle.

FX/SFX: None.

Music/Sounds: None (or the film's soundtrack).

Availability: Rare. It can be found on GB films of the period, i.e.: The Tunnel (1935) and High Flyers (1941).



4th Logo (1937)

Logo: "Gaumont British" in corporate font?

FX/SFX: TBA

Music/Sounds: The opening theme to the film.

Availability: Very rare. Seen on Young and Innocent.

Editor's Note: TBA



5th Logo (1956)

Logo: Just a simple fade-in and fade-out on a space background with "GAUMONT BRITISH PICTURE CORPORATION Presents" superimposed.

FX/SFX: The fades and stars flying in thebackground.

Music/Sounds: The opening theme to the film.

Availability: Rare. Seen only on their last film Supersonic Saucer.

Editor's Note: None.