Walt Disney has put an end to one of the most famous names in the entertainment industry, 20th Century Fox.
It comes as The Legendary House of The Mouse has re-named one of its television studios as 20th Television.
The move follows the January reunion of the 85-year-old 20th Century Fox company as 20 Century Studios.
Last year Disney concluded a $ 71.3bn (. 54.7bn) deal to buy a majority stake in Rupert Murdoch’s Fox media assets.
Disney has also renamed other television studios, including the change of ABC Studios and ABC Signature Studios to ABC Signature while Fox 21 Television Studios will become Touch Television.
“Our new studio names and logos mark a new day for ABC Signature, 20th Television and Touchstone Television as they honor their rich stories and the creative power of the Walt Disney Company,” said Craig Hunegs, president of the studios. Disney television.
Both twentieth-century TVs and movies retained the famous fanfare theme logo and search light logo.
Hit TV shows
20th Century Fox Television, which can trace its tracks since 1949, has been home to some of the most popular TV shows including the original Batman series, M * A * S * H and The Simpsons.
Earlier this year, when the 20th Century Fox movie studio was re-confirmed, there were suggestions that Disney wanted to distance itself from Mr Murdoch’s Fox News right-wing partisan network.
Disney is already a dominant force in the US news, as the owner of the ABC network. It is also taking over Netflix with its Disney + streaming service.
20th Century Fox Film Studio is known for producing some of the greatest films of all time, including Avatar and Titanic.
20th Century Fox was created in 1935 when Figures and Fox Films merged.
The history of Disney movie creation dates back to 1937, with Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, and now includes Lucasfilm, which makes the Star Wars and Marvel Studios franchise among its steady among movie companies.