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New York Motion Picture Corporation  
Type of Company Production company
Country of Origination United States of America
Years of Operation Circa 1914 through circa 1917?
Company Principals Adam Kessel
Charles O. Baumann
Company Offices Longacre Building, 42nd Street and Broadway in New York, New York
Company Studios unknown

New York Motion Picture Corporation evolved from the New York Motion Picture Company at an undetermined time before 1917. Corporation product brand names were Broncho (westerns), Domino (comedies), Kay-Bee (dramas) and 101-Bison (westerns). Kessel and Baumann sold the corporation to Triangle Film Corporation early in 1917.

 
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