Gaumont British (UK)

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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).

1st Logo (1910s)

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


Music/Sounds: Possibly none.

Availability: You can seen the print logo at

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?


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.