Founder William Fox was forced out of Fox Film, and new leadership under president Sidney Kent in 1935 merged with Twentieth Century Pictures (formed 1933 when producer Darryl F. Zanuck left Warner Brothers to produce under Joseph Schenck, former head of United Artists and brother of Nicholas Schenck.)
The hyphen was dropped from the studio's name in 1985.
The studio's notable films include:
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The famous Fox Fanfare by Alfred Newman first accompanied the Fox logo in 1951. The longer version was originally used only on Cinemascope productions.