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Motion Picture Distributing
and Sales Company
 
Type of Company Distribution company
Country of Origination United States of America
Years of Operation Active 1910 through 1912
Company Principals Carl Laemmle
Charles O. Baumann
J.A. Brulatour, president (circa 1911)
Mark M. Dintenfass
Company Offices 111 East 14th Street, New York, New York (circa 1911)
Company Studios unknown

Motion Picture Distributing and Sales Company was reorganized into the distribution arm of The Universal Film Manufacturing Company, Incorporated, in 1912, which was a merger of IMP, Rex Film Company, American Éclair, Nestor Film Company, Powers Picture Plays, The Champion Film Company, Yankee Film Company, and the New York Motion Picture Company.

References: Miller-Comedies p. 3.

 
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