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Columbia Pictures Torch Lady logo inspired by a photo of a woman clad bedsheets and holding a lamp

MGM has its roaring lion, Universal Studios has its faraway picture of planet earth, and Paramount has a snowcapped mountain – but none are more iconic than the Columbia Pictures ‘Torch Lady,’ whose flame has been lighting the way for moviegoers since 1924.  

The untold origin story behind the modern logo we know today began in 1991, in the makeshift New Orleans studio apartment of local photographer, Kathy Anderson. 

Anderson was asked by her artist friend Michael Deas to shoot a reference photo for a painting that ‘could potentially be used as the new logo’ for the legendary film studio.  

‘I had no idea how iconic the image would become,’ she told  

The iconic Columba Pictures film logo featuring the ‘Torch Lady’ was inspired by a 1991 photo taken by New…

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