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For the British company, see Gaumont British Films.
This page only shows primary logo variants.
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Contents

1903-1906 1906-1908 1908-1910 1910-1915 1914-1918 1918-1919
1903-1906 1906-1908 1908-1910 1910-1915 1914-1918 1918-1919
1919-1924 1930-1940 1940-1944 1943-1970 1944-1945 1945-1947
1919-1924 1930-1940 1940-1944 1943-1970 1944-1945 1945-1947
1970–1980 1980–1985 1974–1995 1995–2011 2004-2011 2011–present
1970–1980 1980–1985 1974–1995 1995–2011 2004-2011 2011–present

PL/Elgé

1903-1906

ELGÉ (1903).svg

"ELGÉ" is the initials of Léon Gaumont, who founded the company in 1895. The daisy has been used in most of Gaumont's logos since.

1906-1908

ELGÉ logo variant.svg

Similar to the previous logo, except that the pattern on the daisy is removed, and the letters "P" and "L" are removed.

Gaumont Films Cinema

1908-1910

Gaumont Films Cinema 1.svg

This is the first color Gaumont logo.

1910-1915

Gaumont logo 1910.svg

There is an animated version of this logo which changes color, although it was only used on an experimental color film. There is also a golden version of this logo that was seen on the 1915 short film L'embusqué, and a Russian version of this logo.

1914-1918

Gaumont (1914).svg

1918-1919

Gaumont1918.png

Similar to the previous logo, except the daisy has been modified, and it was put in a circle.

PAX

1919-1924

PAX Logo.svg
Pax alt.svg

PAX was a film projector/format developed by Gaumont.

Gaumont Film Company

1930-1940

Gaumont Franco Film Aubert Logo.svg

A previous belief was that the symbol on the middle-left is the logo for Pathé-Gaumont-Metro-Actualités, which was a joint venture between Pathé, Gaumont, and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. This has been proven false, as it was now attributed to Franco Film Aubert, and their Gaumont Franco Film Aubert joint venture. The symbol on the right appeared to be a naked man holding reels with filmstrips. It is unknown what the bird stands for.

1940-1944

Gaumont logo 1940 (Sun G).svg

1943-1970

Gaumont1947.png

This logo also appeared as an animation.

1944-1945

Gaumont-1944.png

1945-1947

Gaumont (45').svg

1970–1980

Gaumont 1970.svg

The daisy returned in 1970. The animated logo was nicknamed "Daisy of Doom" because it had red smoke in the background and had a sinister fanfare playing throughout.

1980–1985

Gaumont (1980).svg

A yellow version exsits seen on the 1983 Italian film, Lontano Da Dove.

1974–1995

Gaumont 1981.svg

1995–2011

Gaumont 1995.svg

2004-2011

Gaumont 2004.png

2011–present

Gaumont Film Company.svg


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