Closing Logo Group

Columbia Pictures Home Entertainment (1978-1982)[]

The logo resembles its 1976 movie counterpart.


RCA-Columbia Pictures Home Video (1982-1991)[]

From 1982 to December 1991, Columbia Pictures Home Entertainment was known domestically as RCA/Columbia Pictures Home Video and internationally as RCA/Columbia Pictures International Video.



RCA-Columbia Pictures Home Video International[]



RCA/Columbia Pictures/Hoyts Video Pty. Ltd. (Australia)[]



Columbia TriStar Home Video/Columbia TriStar Home Entertainment (1991-2005)[]

From December 1991 to April 2001, RCA/Columbia Pictures Home Video (internationally known as RCA/Columbia Pictures International Video) was now known as Columbia TriStar Home Video, CTHV was headquartered at Warner Bros. Studios in Burbank from 1992 until 1995 when CTHV was relocated to Sony Pictures Studios in Culver City.

1991-1993, 1995[]

1992-1993, 1997, 1999[]

1993-2001, 2002, 2004, 2006[]


The style of the logo would soon be used for Columbia TriStar Television in almost mid or late 1995. The background of the second version is based on the intro of the 1993-2001 logo.

1995-1998, 2004, 2009[]


1997–2001, 2003[]


2002-2005 (DVD, worldwide) 2001-2006 (VHS, UK & Ireland)[]

The CTHE name was was launched in April 2001 with a majestic, synthesized soundtrack shortly after the Columbia TriStar Home Video name was scrapped. In 2002, CTHE became the last subsidiary of Sony Pictures to bear the Columbia TriStar branding along with Columbia TriStar Film Distributors International, as Columbia TriStar Domestic Television and Columbia TriStar International Television were both respectively rebranded as Sony Pictures Television and Sony Pictures Television International. On November 30th, 2004, CTHE was renamed Sony Pictures Home Entertainment in the USA and Canada. Sony continued to use the CTHE name and logo in the UK, the Republic of Ireland and some other territories outside North America. It was not until June 20th, 2005 that SPHE finally decided to adopt their current name and logo worldwide, although until April 2006, the logo was still used on VHS releases in the UK and Ireland, as well as French Canadian releases, and also on reprints of some previously released films and TV shows on VHS and DVD.


Sony Pictures Home Entertainment[]

From late 2004 onwards, Columbia TriStar Home Entertainment was known as Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.

2004-present (USA & Canada) 2005-present (international)[]