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The company was also primarily responsible for distributing Disney 's Silly Symphony film series as well as the Mickey Mouse cartoon series from to In an effort to improve its image, the Cohn brothers renamed the company Columbia Pictures Corporation on January 10, He would run Columbia for the next 34 years, one of the longest tenures of any studio chief Warner Bros. Even in an industry rife with nepotism, Columbia was particularly notorious for having a number of Harry and Jack's relatives in high positions.

Brandt eventually tired of dealing with the Cohn brothers, and in sold his one-third stake to Harry Cohn, who took over from him as president. Columbia's product line consisted mostly of moderately budgeted features and short subjects including comedies, sports films, various serials, and cartoons. Columbia gradually moved into the production of higher-budget fare, eventually joining the second tier of Hollywood studios along with United Artists and Universal. Like United Artists and Universal, Columbia was a horizontally integrated company. It controlled production and distribution; it did not own any theaters. Helping Columbia's climb was the arrival of an ambitious director, Frank Capra.

Between and , Capra constantly pushed Cohn for better material and bigger budgets. A string of hits he directed in the early and mid s solidified Columbia's status as a major studio. Until then, Columbia's existence had depended on theater owners willing to take its films, since it didn't have a theater network of its own. Other Capra-directed hits followed, including the original version of Lost Horizon , with Ronald Colman , and Mr.

Smith Goes to Washington , which made James Stewart a major star. In , Columbia hired Robert Kalloch to be their chief fashion and women's costume designer. He was the first contract costume designer hired by the studio, [10] and he established the studio's wardrobe department. In , the addition of B. Kahane would later become the President of Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences in , until his death a year later.

Columbia could not afford to keep a huge roster of contract stars, so Cohn usually borrowed them from other studios. Mayer would use the loan-out to Columbia as a way to punish his less-obedient signings. Ann Sothern 's career was launched when Columbia signed her to a contract in Cary Grant signed a contract in and soon after it was altered to a non-exclusive contract shared with RKO. Many theaters relied on westerns to attract big weekend audiences, and Columbia always recognized this market. Its first cowboy star was Buck Jones , who signed with Columbia in for a fraction of his former big-studio salary. Columbia's most popular cowboy was Charles Starrett , who signed with Columbia in and starred in western features over 17 years.

Almost of Columbia's two-reel comedies were released to television between and ; to date, all of the Stooges, Keaton, Charley Chase , Shemp Howard , Joe Besser , and Joe DeRita subjects have been released to home video. Columbia incorporated animation into its studio in , distributing Walt Disney 's famous Mickey Mouse cartoons as well as the Silly Symphonies cartoons until That same year, Screen Gems shut down, but had completed enough cartoons for the studio to release until In , Columbia agreed to release animated shorts from United Productions of America ; these new shorts were more sophisticated than Columbia's older cartoons, and many won critical praise and industry awards.

In , two years before the UPA deal was terminated, Columbia distributed the Hanna-Barbera cartoons, including Loopy De Loop from to , which was Columbia's final theatrical cartoon series. In , the Hanna-Barbera deal expired and was not renewed. Beginning in , Columbia entered the lucrative serial market, and kept making these weekly episodic adventures until , after other studios had discontinued them. The most famous Columbia serials are based on comic-strip or radio characters: Mandrake the Magician , The Shadow , Terry and the Pirates , Captain Midnight , The Phantom , Batman , and the especially successful Superman , among many others. Columbia also produced musical shorts, sports reels usually narrated by sportscaster Bill Stern , and travelogues.

Its " Screen Snapshots " series, showing behind-the-scenes footage of Hollywood stars, was a Columbia perennial that the studio had been releasing since the silent-movie days; producer-director Ralph Staub kept this series going through In the s, propelled in part by the surge in audiences for their films during the war, the studio also benefited from the popularity of its biggest star, Rita Hayworth. Harry Cohn monitored the budgets of his films, and the studio got the maximum use out of costly sets, costumes, and props by reusing them in other films. Many of Columbia's low-budget "B" pictures and short subjects have an expensive look, thanks to Columbia's efficient recycling policy. Cohn was reluctant to spend lavish sums on even his most important pictures, and it was not until that he agreed to use three-strip Technicolor in a live-action feature.

Columbia was the last major studio to employ the expensive color process. Another biopic, 's The Jolson Story with Larry Parks and Evelyn Keyes , was started in black-and-white, but when Cohn saw how well the project was proceeding, he scrapped the footage and insisted on filming in Technicolor. In , the United States v. Paramount Pictures, Inc. Since Columbia did not own any theaters, it was now on equal terms with the largest studios, and soon replaced RKO on the list of the "Big Five" studios.

In , Columbia dropped the Screen Gems brand from its cartoon line, but retained the Screen Gems name for various ancillary activities, including a 16 mm film-rental agency and a TV-commercial production company. On November 8, , Columbia adopted the Screen Gems name for its television production subsidiary when the studio acquired Pioneer Telefilms, a television commercial company founded by Jack Cohn's son, Ralph.

In , the cartoon studio became a publicly traded company under the name Screen Gems, Inc. Only Jungle Jim , launched by producer Sam Katzman in , kept going through Katzman contributed greatly to Columbia's success by producing dozens of topical feature films, including crime dramas, science-fiction stories, and rock-'n'-roll musicals. Columbia kept making serials until and two-reel comedies until , after other studios had abandoned them. As the larger studios declined in the s, Columbia's position improved. This was largely because it did not suffer from the massive loss of income that the other major studios suffered from the loss of their theaters well over 90 percent, in some cases.

Columbia continued to produce plus pictures a year, offering productions that often broke ground and kept audiences coming to theaters such as its adaptation of the controversial James Jones novel From Here to Eternity , On the Waterfront , and The Bridge on the River Kwai with William Holden and Alec Guinness , all of which won the Best Picture Oscar , as well as the free adaptation of George Orwell 's Dystopian novel Nineteen Eighty-Four Broccoli as well as many films by producer Carl Foreman who resided in England.

Columbia also distributed some films made by Hammer. In December , Jack Cohn, co-founder and executive vice-president, died. Colpix was active until when Columbia entered into a joint agreement with RCA Victor and discontinued Colpix in favor of its new label, Colgems Records. Shortly after closing their short subjects department, Columbia president Harry Cohn died of a heart attack in February His nephew Ralph Cohn died in , ending almost four decades of family management. The new management was headed by Abe Schneider, who had joined the company as an office boy out of high school and become a director in , rising through the financial side of the business.

By the late s, Columbia had an ambiguous identity, offering old-fashioned fare like A Man for All Seasons and Oliver! After turning down releasing Albert R. Feldman , which held the adaptation rights for that novel. By , the studio was suffering from box-office failures, and takeover rumors began surfacing. Columbia was surviving solely on the profits made from Screen Gems, whose holdings also included radio and television stations.

Nearly bankrupt by the early s, the studio was saved via a radical overhaul: the Gower Street Studios now called " Sunset Gower Studios " were sold and a new management team was brought in. In , Columbia and Warner Bros. In , Columbia Pictures established sheet music publisher Columbia Pictures Publications, with vice president and general manager Frank J. Hackinson , who later became the president.

Stanley Schneider, son of Abe Schneider who became honorary chairman before leaving the board in was replaced as head of the Columbia Pictures studio by David Begelman , who reported to Hirschfield. Some years later Begelman was involved in a check-forging scandal that badly hurt the studio's image. The name was suggested by David Gerber , who was then-president of Columbia's television division. Columbia Pictures also reorganized its music and record divisions. Clive Davis who was hired as a record and music consultant by Columbia Pictures in and later became temporary president of Bell Records.

Davis's real goal was to revitalize Columbia Pictures's music division. Columbia maintained control of the label until , when it was sold to Ariola Records. In December , Columbia Pictures acquired the arcade game company D. In , Begelman was suspended for having embezzled money from Columbia. Hirschfield was forced out for his refusal to reinstate him. Frank Price became president of production in In March , he would become president of Columbia Pictures, succeeding Melnick. On January 15, , the Justice Department filed an antitrust suit against Kerkorian, to block him from holding stake in Columbia, while controlling MGM. On September 30, , Kerkorian sued Columbia for ignoring shareholders' interest and violating an agreement with him.

The project eventually became the highest-grossing film of all-time, E. Columbia received a share of the profits for its involvement in the development. To share the increasing cost of film production, Coke brought in two outside investors whose earlier efforts in Hollywood had come to nothing. In , Columbia, Time Inc. Many changes occurred in Coca-Cola however, retained the Embassy Pictures name, logo, and trademark. HBO was the last partner drop out of the Tri-Star venture and sold its shares to Columbia [53] Tri-Star later expanded into the television business with its new Tri-Star Television division.

The same year, Columbia recruited British producer David Puttnam to head the studio. Puttnam attempted to defy Hollywood filmmaking by making smaller films instead of big tentpole pictures. His criticism of American film production, in addition to the fact that the films he greenlit were mostly flops, left Coke and Hollywood discerned [ clarification needed ] that Puttnam was ousted from the position after only one year. Other small-scale, "boutique" entities were created: Nelson Entertainment , a joint venture with British and Canadian partners, Triumph Films , jointly owned with French studio Gaumont , and which is now a low-budget label, and Castle Rock Entertainment.

Coke spun off The sale netted Coca-Cola a profit from its investment in the studio. In , Sony ended up paying hundreds of millions of dollars, gave up a half-interest in its Columbia House Records Club mail-order business, and bought from Time Warner the former Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer studio lot in Culver City, which Warner Communications had acquired in its takeover of Lorimar-Telepictures in , thus ending the Burbank Studios partnership. Guber and Peters set out to prove they were worth this fortune, but though there were to be some successes, there were also many costly flops.

The same year, Frank Price was made as the chairman of Columbia Pictures. His company Price Entertainment, Inc. Price left Columbia on October 4, and was replaced by Warner Bros. By the next spring, the studios were clearly rebounding, setting a record pace at the box office. In the s, Columbia announced plans of a rival James Bond franchise, since they owned the rights of Casino Royale and were planning to make a third version of Thunderball with Kevin McClory.

MGM and Danjaq, LLC , owners of the franchise, sued Sony Pictures in , with the legal dispute ending two years later in an out-of-court settlement. Columbia TriStar Pictures , though both studios still produce and distribute under their own names. Pascal retained her position as president of the newly united Columbia Pictures, while Lee became the combined studio's head of production. Doug Belgrad, the other co-president of Columbia was promoted as sole president of the studio.

Belgrad and Tolmach had been co-presidents of the studio since and had been working together as a team in He exited the post in June On June 2, Sanford Panitch , who had been the head of international local language production at the studio, was named president of Columbia Pictures. The Columbia Pictures logo, featuring a woman carrying a torch and wearing a drape representing Columbia , a personification of the United States , has gone through five major changes. Originally in , Columbia Pictures used a logo featuring a female Roman soldier holding a shield in her left hand and a stick of wheat in her right hand, which appears to be based off the Standing Liberty quarter used from The woman wore the stola and carried the palla of ancient Rome , and above her were the words "A Columbia Production" "A Columbia Picture" or "Columbia Pictures Corporation" written in an arch.

In , the logo was changed: the Torch Lady now stood on a pedestal, wore no headdress, and the text "Columbia" appeared in chiseled letters behind her Pittsburgh native Jane Chester Bartholomew, whom Harry Cohn discovered, portrayed the Torch Lady in the logo. There were several variations to the logo over the years—significantly, a color version was done in for The Desperadoes. From to , [] Columbia Pictures used two logos. The first, from to or until for international territories used just a sunburst representing the beams from the torch. The score accompanying the first logo was composed by Suzanne Ciani.

The studio hired visual effects pioneer Robert Abel to animate the first logo. The animation was created by Synthespian Studios in by Jeff Kleiser and Diana Walczak , who used 2D elements from the painting and converted it to 3D. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. American film studio and production company. Trade name. Culver City , California. This section may contain an excessive amount of intricate detail that may interest only a particular audience.

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