Biograph Company

  • American

Biograph Company was an early American film studio. - AsNotedIn

Notable Position Person From To
Sales Manager, Screenwriter Frank J Marion 1907
Extra, Director D W Griffith 1908 1913

Timeline

Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
1901/00/00 Dismantling of the Star Theater is filmed by the Biograph Company using time-lapse photography. Studio Demolishing and Building Up the Star Theatre
1909/04/19 "Lady Helen's Escapade " is released. Studio Lady Helen's Escapade
1909/11/00 D W Griffith films "A Corner in Wheat" at the Biograph Company Studio (shot in the ballroom of a brownstone), 11 E 14th St, New York City (demolished). Studio A Corner in Wheat
1913/00/00 "Bert Williams: Lime Kiln Club Field Day" is produced, but not released. Producer Bert Williams: Lime Kiln Club Field Day
1939/00/00 With the shutting of Biograph's film vault and the planed destruction of the footage, Iris Barry, founder of the film department at the Museum of Modern Art, acquires 900 cans of film from Biograph. Bert Williams: Lime Kiln Club Field Day Metropolitan Museum of Art New York City
1939/12/21 "Tevya" is released. Studio Tevya
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