Warner-Columbia Films

From Audiovisual Identity Database

Credits
Descriptions by
LMgamer36

Captures by
LMgamer36

Video captures courtesy of
Mr. Gann

Background

Warner-Columbia Films was an early joint venture of Warner Bros. and Columbia Pictures to distribute films in select international territories founded in 1971. The venture also distributed titles from Tri-Star Pictures in those regions. The joint venture closed its doors in 1987.

(1971-1987)

Logo: On a black background, we see the text:

Distributed by
WARNER-COLUMBIA FILMS

Variants: The text is often localized, such as in French for All Mixed Up (Sac de Noeuds), and Italian for Crazy Joe.

Technique: None.

Music/Sounds: None.

Availability: Extremely rare. It has appeared on Italian prints of Crazy Joe and the French film All Mixed Up (both 1985). It also appeared at the beginning of international prints of titles from Columbia Pictures, Tri-Star Pictures, and Warner Bros. at that time.

Final Note: International releases from Columbia/Tri-Star and Warner Bros. from 1987 onwards featured the Columbia TriStar Film Distributors International logo and Warner's respective logo respectively, or a local division's logo from these two.

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