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The Columbia Logo:
The Lady with the Torch

Columbia Logo 1934

The Columbia Lady introducing IT HAPPENED ONE NIGHT (1934); close-up at right.

Columbia Logo 1934 close-up
Columbia Logo 1939

The Columbia Lady introducing  MR. SMITH GOES TO WASHINGTON (1939); close-up at right.

Columbia Logo 1939 close-up

The Columbia Lady introducing COMMANDOS STRIKE AT DAWN (1942); close-up at right.

The Columbia lady as she appeared (in widescreen) before ANATOMY OF A MURDER (1959); close-up below left.

Columbia Logo 1961 close-up
Columbia Logo 1961 widescreen

The Columbia lady as she appeared (in widescreen) before THE GUNS OF NAVARONE (1961); close-up above right.

The Columbia lady as she appeared (in widescreen) before ROBIN AND MARIAN (1976).

The Columbia Sunburst of the late 1970s, meant to represent the rays of the lady's torch.

The Columbia Lady introducing SILVERADO (1985).

Columbia Logo 1993

The 1993 logo designed by Michael J. Deas.

Columbia TriStar Logo 2000

The Columbia Lady as she appears on the 2000 Columbia/Tristar Logo; close-up at right.

Columbia TriStar Logo 2000 close-up

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