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Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation (Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation, with hyphen, from 1935 to 1985)—also known as 20th Century Fox and 20th Century Fox Pictures, is one of the American film studios as of 2011. Located in the Century City area of Los Angeles, just west of Beverly Hills, the studio used to be a subsidiary of News Corporation, then it is formerly a subsidiary of 21st Century Fox. and now it's pending by The Walt Disney Company.

The company as we know today, was formed on May 31, 1935, as the result of the merger between Fox Film Corporation, founded by William Fox in 1915, and Twentieth Century Pictures, founded in 1933 by Darryl F. Zanuckand Joseph M. Schenck.

20th Century Fox has distributed various commercially successful film series, including the live action Alvin and the ChipmunksAvatarTitanicStar WarsIce AgeX-MenDie HardPlanet of the ApesNight at the MuseumFantastic FourAlien and Predator. Among the most famous actresses to come out of this studio were Shirley Temple, who was 20th Century Fox's first film star, Betty Grable, Gene Tierney, Marilyn Monroe and Jayne Mansfield. The studio also contracted the first African-American cinema star, Dorothy Dandridge.

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The music accompanying the Fox logo was composed in 1994 by James Horner, longtime head of Fox's music department. [1]

In 1976, an extended version was created for CinemaScope films, and debuted on the film King Kong. The version currently used before films is this extended version.[2]


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  • [w:c:20thcentury|20th Century Fox Wikia]]