Sep 02, 2009 · Take a look at this amazing Hidden Face in Columbia Pictures illusion. Browse and enjoy our huge collection of optical illusions and mind-bending images and videos. I sent two messages to the guy on Logopedia who blocked me and to AxG, but they but wouldn't respond so I decided to talk to you. I'm sorry for what I did on the Columbia Pictures page that got me blocked. I didn't know there were pages for trailer and closing logos for said page.

This page only shows print and stationary logos. For other related logos and images, see Columbia Pictures/Other, Columbia Pictures/Summary and Columbia Pictures/Other/Summary Logopedia states the logo and periods used --The Columbia lady with the lamp logo was used 1945-1964. I have proof this logo still appeared on Columbia daybills released in Australia up to late 1967, almost three years after it apparently ceased being used in the U.S.A. The large C with the torch logo was used 1964-1976. TriStar Pictures, Inc. (spelled as Tri-Star until 1991) is an American film production studio of the Columbia TriStar Motion Picture Group, owned by Sony Pictures Entertainment, a subsidiary of the Japanese conglomerate Sony.