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


Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
1901/00/00 The "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 American Lightning - The Birth Of Hollywood
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 (razed). Studio A Corner in Wheat (film)
1913/00/00 "Bert Williams: Lime Kiln Club Field Day" is produced by Biograph Company, but it is not released. Producer Bert Williams: Lime Kiln Club Field Day
1939/00/00 The struggling Biograph Studios suspends operations. They plan to destroy their volatile film footage. Made of nitrate, film can burst into flames under certain conditions. In 1937, film cans stared a fire in the Fox vault. Film Studio The Museum of Modern Art New York City
1939/12/21 "Tevya" is released. Studio Tevya
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