Distributor > Mascot Pictures Corporation
Opened in 1927. Closed in 1935. Also Produced Movies
Mascot Pictures Corporation was an American minor film company of the 1920s and 1930s best known for producing film serials and B-westerns. Mascot's serial The King of the Kongo (1929) was the first serial to include sound, beating Universal Studios by several months. Mascot was formed in 1927 by film producer Nat Levine. In 1935 it merged with several other companies to form Republic Pictures.
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