What number most frequently appears as part of the logo whose detail is seen here?
Which venerable studio, which can trace its roots back to 1919, claims this as its well-known logo:
The crest around the lion's head in the MGM logo
contains a three word Latin phrase which translates to:
|Art for Art's Sake|
|By Any Means Necessary|
|In Film Is Truth|
|What I Really Want to Do Is Direct|
These fine folks brought you Young Guns, Major League and Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves:
|Jim Henson Pictures|
The production company whose logo is seen here:
is headed by which director?
A few letters have been removed from this logo:
What is the name of the production company?
This M is from which company's logo?
The studio whose logo is seen here had its first successful cinematic series in A Nightmare on Elm Street, earning the company the name "The House That Freddy Built"
|Short Take Films|
|New Line Cinema|
Here, we've removed a key piece of the Amblin Entertainment logo:
The missing piece is a reference to which classic '80s film?
|Raiders of the Lost Ark|
|Back to the Future|
Which of the following animated characters belongs to the studio whose logo is seen here?
|Wallace & Gromit|
Part of the Paramount Motion Pictures group, which company claims this logo?
Seeing this on screen
you'd know that you were about to enjoy some quality filmed entertainment from:
|Yari Film Group|
This crest belongs to which long-time studio?
Which company, founded by late director Robert Altman, and which has brought you everything from Fahrenheit 911 to the Saw movies, features this turbulent sky on its logo:
|Castle Rock Entertainment|
I'll always associate this logo with The Blair Witch Project.
The company's name contains which profession?
The logo gives you a pretty good idea as to the name of this production house, which has brought you spooky films such as Thir13en Ghosts, House of Wax and The Reaping:
|Full Moon Pictures|
|Dark Castle Entertainment|
What word have we erased?
The gyroscope seen here
is fittingly the logo for:
|Rotating Film Studios|
This young lad is about to take a refreshing dip, thanks to this company:
|Warner Independent Pictures|
Here is a slightly modified version of the ThinkFilm logo.
In the actual logo, which letter is turned upside down?
|The first 'i'|