Mascot Pictures

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


Background

The Mascot Pictures Corporation was a small movie production company established in 1927 by Nat Levine to produce film serials and B-westerns, merging after with Consolidated Film and Monogram Pictures to form "Republic Pictures" (later known as "Republic Entertainment, Inc.") in 1934.

Logo (January 15, 1927-April 12, 1935)


Visuals: On a cloudy background, there is a model of planet Earth, with a tiger on it. Under it, there are the words "MASCOT PICTURES" surrounding the globe. The tiger roars twice (a la Leo the Lion).

Technique: Mostly live action.

Audio: The tiger roaring.

Availability: Can be seen on Mascot releases from its time. Was restored back in 1988 on the movie The Phantom Empire for TV as a syndication package.

Mascot Pictures
Republic Pictures (1935-1967)
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