Majestic Pictures

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


Majestic Pictures was associated with Chesterfield Productions (which distributed all their films). In 1935, Majestic merged with five other Poverty Row studios (Mascot Pictures, Liberty Pictures, Invincible Pictures, Monogram Pictures, and Chesterfield Pictures) to form "Republic Pictures Corporation" (later known as "Republic Entertainment, Inc.").

Logo (August 15, 1932-1935)

Visuals: On a black background, there is a medieval sculpture of a horse with a person riding on it. Above, there is a ribbon reading "A MAJESTIC PICTURE".

Technique: A printed graphic filmed by a cameraman.

Audio: The closing theme of the movie.

Availability: Seen on films theatrically distributed by the company, such as The Phantom Express.

Majestic Pictures
Republic Pictures (1935-1967)
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