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Triangle Film Corporation
 
Type of Company Production and distribution company
Country of Origination United States of America
Years of Operation Incorporated 19 July 1915
Active 1915 through circa July 1919
Corporation disssolved 192?
Company Principals Harry E. Aitken
Adam Kessel
Charles O. Baumann
Robert E. Peyton Jr., board of directors (19 July 1915 through ?)
William W. Beverly, board of directors (19 July 1915 through ?)
Howard K. Wood, board of directors (19 July 1915 through ?)
Roy Aitken, board of directors (28 July 1915 through ?)
Company Offices Longacre Building, New York, New York, USA (August 1915 through 23 January 1916)
Brokaw Building, New York, New York, USA (24 January 1916 through circa 1918)
Company Studios unknown

Triangle Film Corporation was formed to separate distribution of D.W. Griffith’s Majestic Motion Picture Company and Reliance Motion Picture Corporation productions, Thomas H. Ince’s New York Motion Picture Company productions, and Mack Sennett’s Keystone Film Company productions from Mutual Film Corporation.

Later distribution was handled by Triangle Distributing Corporation (circa November 1916).

References: Brownlow-Parade pp. 26, 28, 50, 92, 348, 372; Miller-Comedies p. 9; Slide-FineArts p. 1.

 
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