Before the opening credits of a film, there is usually a short animation of the logo of the film studio (also known as production logo). Some famous examples include DreamWorks, Paramount, Columbia, MGM, and Disney. You must have seen the logos of these major film studios many times, but have you ever wondered about the story behind them?
For example, why does the DreamWorks logo show a boy fishing from a crescent moon? Which castle is that in the Walt Disney logo? Why does the Paramount Pictures logo show a mountain with stars around it?
Mind Warehouse has come up with an interesting video that takes you behind-the-scenes of the creation and evolution of these famous logos. Watch below.
00:35 – DreamWorks Animation
01:35 – Paramount Pictures
02:23 – Columbia Pictures
03:44 – Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)
04:45 – The Walt Disney Company
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