Kay-Bee Pictures

Kay-Bee Pictures was a film company. Its executives included Thomas Ince. The company's mottos included "Every picture a headliner" and "Kay-Bee stands for Kessel and Baumann and Kessel and Baumann stands for quality", referring to Adam Kessel and Charles Baumann.[1] It was party of the New York Motion Picture Company and was used after a settlement with rival Universal Pictures to end the film division named 101 Bison.[2] Anna Little was one of its stars.[3]

Poster for The Coward
Ad for The Redskin Duel, a rerelease of The Death Mask (1914)

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Motion Picture News". Motion Picture News Incorporated. December 21, 1912 – via Google Books.
  2. ^ Tasker, Yvonne (August 19, 2004). "The Action and Adventure Cinema". Routledge – via Google Books.
  3. ^ "To-day's Cinema News and Property Gazette". Amer. Company, Limited. December 21, 1913 – via Google Books.