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Adolph Zukor founded the original Famous Players Film Company in May of 1912 with the stated goal of making feature-length motion pictures. Almost at the same time the Lasky Feature Show Company was begun by Jesse Lasky (with money borrowed from his brother-in-law, Samuel Goldfish [Goldwyn]). By 1914, both Lasky Pictures and Famous Players distributed their films through W. W. Hodkinson's Paramount Pictures Corporation. On September 28, 1916, the companies were merged as Paramount-Famous-Lasky Corporation, and then into Famous Players-Lasky Corporation.

Paramount Pictures is based in Hollywood, California.

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Paramount Pictures Studio Directories Cartoon Series:


Bray Productions   (1914-1929, 603 Theatrical Films.)
Alternate Series Title: Bray Pictures Corporation



Famous Studios   (1942-1967, 756 Cartoons.)


Fleischer Studios   (1928-1941, 460 Cartoons.)


George Pal   (1941-1950, 42 Theatrical Films.)


Paramount Magazine   (1919-1921, 44 Theatrical Cartoons.)


Speaking Of Animals   (1941-1944, 50 Theatrical Cartoons.)



Related Cartoon Series:

Nudnik
  (1965-1967, 12 Cartoons)



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