Liberty Pictures

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


Liberty Pictures was a Poverty Row studio headed by M.H. Hoffman. It later merged with several other studios to form Republic Pictures. Not to be confused with Liberty Films, who also had later ties to Republic Pictures and Paramount Pictures.

Logo (January 30-October 5, 1935)

Visuals: There is a shot of a bell ringing (the Liberty Bell in Pennsylvania, a symbol of American independence). Then the following text in a fancy font fades in:


Technique: A mix of live-action and fading effects.

Audio: The sound of the bell tonging.

Availability: Seen in Sweepstake Annie, Born to Gamble, and The Old Homestead as a closing logo.

Liberty Pictures
Republic Pictures (1935-1967)
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