Corporate Body - Cinema Center Films (Estados Unidos)

Cinema Center Films (Estados Unidos)

Identification

Type:

Corporate Body

Preferred form:

Cinema Center Films (Estados Unidos)

Fechas de Existencia:

from 1967 to 1972

History:

Cinema Center Films was a cinema and theatre production company of CBS since 1967 to 1972.

The CBS president in 1967 purchased the Republic Pictures studios, that became the CBS Studio Center. Focusing on Doris Day's talent, it led to one of its first movies: "With six you get Eggroll". Another good recruit was Bob Banner in 1967. It continued filming movies of different subjects like animation, action, etc. In 1999, the company was purchased by Viacom, becoming the CBS Films.

Some of the most famous movies made in this company are "Snoopy, come home" (1972) or "The war between men and women" (1972).

Occupations

Places

Localization:

United States

External Links

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IMDb

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Peanuts.wikia

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VIAF

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