Milano Films

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Milano Films was a film company that was founded on December 30, 1909 by Pier Gaetano Venino, Paolo Airoli, and Giovanni Visconti and was based in Milan, Italy. They were known as one of the leading film companies in Italy during the 1910s. They would close down in 1926.


Logo: Inside a circle, we see a woman happily operating a film camera with the company name arced on top of the lady and the camera. While filming, the woman looks and points at the text a few times.

Variant: A yellow-green-tinted variant exists.

Technique: Live-action footage.

Music/Sounds: The opening theme of the movie.

Availability: Like with many other logos at the time, ultra rare. This was so far seen on L'Inferno.

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