Fox Europa

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


Fox Europa was the European distribution branch of Fox Film, later 20th Century Fox. The division was based in France.

Logo (1947)

Visuals: Same as the 1935 20th Century Fox logo, but the structure reads 2 rows of words, "FOX","EUROPA", and a word on the wall which says "PRESENTS" in French apparently carved out of stone or metal and in a gold color, are seen. The words are "stacked" on top of each other, with similarly carved lines separating the rows. The "FOX" is the biggest row, with "EUROPA" and "PRÉSENTE" a bit smaller. In the background, several searchlights scan the sky, which is in a dark blue shade.

Technique: Cel animation.

Audio: The original fanfare, as composed by Alfred Newman.

Availability: This was used for plastering the normal Fox logo on French prints of their films.

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