20th Century Fox
Category: Arts and Entertainment
Asked by: fxfox-ga
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24 Oct 2004 22:45 PDT
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Question ID: 419601
Why is 20th Century Fox called what it is? And if it's called "Fox", why doesn't it have a fox as it's logo instead of those spotlight things and that gold building with it's name?
Re: 20th Century Fox
Answered By: googleexpert-ga on 25 Oct 2004 00:05 PDT
20th Century Fox is called because of its founder William Fox and the merging of his company with 20th Century Pictures Inc. It was renamed to 20th Century Fox in 1935. The logo as it appears now on 20th Century Fox's TV shows and films, and possibly games is because it originated with 20th Century Pictures Logo. When William Fox's company merged with Darryl F. Zanuck's 20th Century Pictures Inc., "Pictures Inc." was soon replaced with "Fox" and thus, a new Logo was born. As a side note, the music that is playing during the 20th Century Fox logo was written by Alfred Newman. Sources --------- http://www.classicthemes.com/studioLogos.shtml http://kopteri.net/koti/milaja/planet/20thFox.htm http://members.fortunecity.com/teamfx2000/fox/ http://www.reelclassics.com/Studios/Fox/fox.htm http://www.seeing-stars.com/Studios/FoxStudios.shtml I hope that answers your question. Thank you. -googleexpert
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thanks, that explains everything
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