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- Columbia Pictures: portrait of a studio edited by Bernard F.
Dick (Lexington, Ky.: University Press of Kentucky, c1992).
- The Merchant Prince of Poverty Row: Harry Cohn of Columbia
by Bernard F. Dick (Lexington, Ky.: University Press of Kentucky, c1993).
- Fast fade: David Puttnam, Columbia Pictures, and the battle
Hollywood by Andrew Yule (New York, N.Y.: Delacorte Press, c1989).
- Hail, Columbia by Rochelle Larkin (New Rochelle, N.Y.:
Arlington House, 1975).
- The Columbia comedy shorts: two-reel Hollywood film comedies,
1933-1958 by Ted Okuda with Edward Watz; foreword by Emil Sitka; introduction
by Edward Bernds (Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland, c1986).
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- "Columbia's Sensational 60; Harry
Cohn's Empire: It Didn't Just Happen One Night. Now, A Celebration Of
a Cinematic Success Story." The
Washington Post (January 15, 1984): K1.
About the logo:
- Rotzoll, Brenda Warner. "Columbia's mystery
model may have landed in Chicago." Chicago
Sun-Times (February 26, 2000): 5.
Brown, Scott and Angela Cason. "A Real Head Case." Entertainment Weekly
(11 August 2000): 12.
Jones, Rebecca. "Bridge Was Planned to Frame
Mountains." The Denver Rocky Mountain News
(Denver, Co.) (8 May 1998): 2D.
Guillaud, Betty. "Playwright Albee Signs on to Direct a Mystery
Play." The Times-Picayune (7 February 1995): D3.
"Media Talk: In Print and On the Air: Columbia lady, Old Spice man receive
market-driven makeovers." The Atlanta Journal and Constitution
(21 September 1993): D3.
Walker, Michael. "Palm Latitudes: The Biz: What's in a
Los Angeles Times (12 September 1993):
Donze, Elizabeth. "Forever on the Late Show: N.O Artist Updates
Icon." The Times-Picayune (29 August 1993): 1A1.
Fox, David J. "Film Clips: A Look inside Hollywood and the Movies:
Too Hip, Gotta Change; What we have here is a woman ready for the '90s." Los Angeles Times
(8 March 1992):
- Wharton, David. "A Big Hand for Amelia: Former Actress Enjoys
New-Found Fame as Model for Studio's Logo." The
Los Angeles Times (13 August 1987): IX 1.
"Columbia Pictures Industries adopts new corporate logo. Ends use of lady with torch."
The Wall Street Journal (24 September 1975): 29.
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