|Title:||Life and Adventures of Carl Laemmle (Aspects of film)|
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|Publisher:||Ayer Co Pub (June 1, 1978)|
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In 1906, Laemmle quit his job and started one of the first motion picture theaters in Chicago, and quickly branched out into film exchange services. Drinkwater, John (1931). The Life and Adventures of Carl Laemmle. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons. Stanca-Mustea, Cristina (2013).
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Carl Laemmle was an American film executive. He was a pioneer in American film making and a founder of one of Universal Studios. In 1909, three years after opening his first nickelodeon, he emerged as the most prominent partner of the newly formed Motion Picture Patents Company that aspired to a total monopoly of all aspects of motion pictures. Producing films through his Independent Motion Picture Company (IMP), he initiated the star system when he won the Biograph Girl, Florence Lawrence, away from her home studio. In 1912 the Universal Film Company was formed as the result of a merger between IMP and a number of other firms. Big U: Universal in the Silent Days.
Drinkwater, John, The Life and Adventures of Carl Laemmle, London, 1931, 1978. Gabler, Neal, An Empire of Their Own: How the Jews Invented Hollywood, New York, 1988. On LAEMMLE (S. : articles-. By 1929 Carl Laemmle, J. was in charge of all film production at a major Hollywood studio. His only line experience had been as a writer of a popular series of two-reel comedies, The Collegians, for Universal in the mid-1920s. Since his father owned and operated the company, Carl, J. in 1927, at age 19, was suddenly supervising feature films.
Drinkwater, John was born in 1882.
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LAEMMLE, CARLLAEMMLE, CARL (1867–1939), . film producer and founder of Universal Studios. But films came to Chicago only intermittently, so Laemmle organized a wholesale motion-picture exchange business. Source for information on Laemmle, Carl: Encyclopaedia Judaica dictionary. J. Drinkwater, The Life and Adventures of Carl Laemmle (1931); L. Jacobs, The Rise of the American Film (1968), index. Cite this article Pick a style below, and copy the text for your bibliography.