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Behind the Scene – The Fireman – The Floorwalker – The Pawn Shop – The Rink
As 1912 progressed, the company included auxiliary units such as Keystone Studios Comedies and the Majestic Studios, which would later become the Reliance-Majestic Studios through Harry Aitken's partnership with D. W. Griffith, and the New York Motion Picture Company. In 1915, the workers of Keystone Studios, Kay Bee Studios (a subsidiary of the New York Motion Picture Company) and Reliance-Majestic Studio left Mutual, along with the Aitken brothers, to form the Triangle Film Corporation. Now as complete owners of the former Reliance-Majestic Studio, by 1917 the conglomerate operated as the distributor for four subsidiary studios in California, three of which were in the Los Angeles area and the other in Santa Barbara. They were Signal Film Corporation, Vogue Films, Inc., Lone Star Film Company and American Film Company. Vogue Films, Inc. operated a studio at Santa Monica Boulevard and Gower street in Los Angeles producing two-reel comedy films exclusively.
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