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  1. 21 de feb. de 2022 · Adopted as the Columbia Pictures' namesake and logo in 1924, the company sketched their new heroine with a torch raised high like Lady Liberty. Her classical clothing was adorned with American flag drapery for a mid-century update. Her torch is depicted as casting bright rays of light.

  2. Nicknames: "Early Torch Lady", "Sparkler Torch Lady", "'20s Torch Lady", "Torch Lady"Logo: We see a medium shot of a lady (Columbia, a representation of the ...

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  3. The Columbia Pictures logo, featuring the Torch Lady, a woman carrying a torch and wearing a drape (representing Columbia, a personification of the United States), has gone through five major changes.

  4. 11 de nov. de 2012 · Columbia Pictures 1928. Medallion emblem appears to be the predecessor to the 1930 "Torch Lady". Similar emblem appeared at "The End" even after adoption of the Torch Lady. From "That...

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  5. 17 de jul. de 2023 · When you think of national symbols for America, what images spring to your mind? Uncle Sam? The Stars and Stripes? A bald eagle?

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  6. 20 de feb. de 2022 · The iconic logo of the lady holding the torch that you currently see at the beginning of every Columbia Pictures movie was born in the apartment of Pulitzer Prize-winning New Orleans...

  7. Columbia Pictures Logo from 1926 to 1932. In 1926, the iconic Lady with a Torch graced the company’s logo for the first time. It sat in a circular emblem with a black background. The design showed the lady holding the torch in the center, with the company name around her.