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American Film Company, Incorporated
Type of Company Production company
Country of Origination United States of America
Years of Operation Formed 1915 from the American Film Manufacturing Company, Incorporated
Active 1915 through 1921
Dissolved 1921
Company Principals Samuel S. Hutchinson, president
P.G. Lynch, general manager (circa 1916)
Company Offices Chicago, Illinois, USA
Company Studios Santa Barbara, California, USA

American Film Company, Incorporated, was previously known as American Film Manufacturing Company, Incorporated. In 1915, Vogue Comedies became a short comedy brand name for the company.

Construction began on 6 July 1916 on an expansion for the Santa Barbara studio.

References: Miller-Comedies p. 11.

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