Ealing Studios (UK)

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Background

Ealing Studios is an old film studio, known in 1940's and 50's. Previously its name was Associated Talking Pictures. In late 1950's Ealing ceased production business, but was revived in 2000's. The classic library would be purchased by British Lion Films, which would in turn be acquired by EMI in 1976. Today, the classic library is owned by StudioCanal.

1st Logo (1940's)

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Logo: On a gray background, a plaque is seen that reads, "Distributed throughout GREAT BRITAIN by EALING DISTRIBUTION LTD. 169-171 Oxford Street London W.I.".

FX/SFX: None.

Music/Sounds: None or the opening theme of the film.

Availability: Seen on their films at the time.

Editor's Note: None.


2nd Logo (2000's-)

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Logo: The camera takes a view around the 3D words of EALING STUDIOS lying on the floor. There is also a background light. We see the logo from various points, including laurel branches to the left and right, then the logo moves to full view. There's still background lighting until the picture fades.

FX/SFX: The animation in the logo.

Music/Sounds: Opening theme of the movie.

Availability: Common on new films. Can be found on the British release of Valiant, Easy Virtue and Dorian Gray. The former has the Walt Disney Pictures logo on the American release.

Editor's Note: None.

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