Morosco Photoplay Company

The Morosco Photoplay Company was created in 1914 by Frank Garbutt. It was named for Oliver Morosco. In 1916 it was acquired by Famous Players-Lasky Corporation and became a subsidiary. Charles Eyton was appointed to supervise the company's productions.[1]

It was one of the initial companies involved with Associated Motion Picture Advertisers.[2]

The studio's productions were produced at 201 North Occidental in Hollywood.



  1. Birchard, Robert (2004). Cecil B. DeMille's Hollywood. USA: University Press of Kentucky. p. 430. ISBN 9780813123240.
  2. "Movie Ad Men in Association". The Fourth Estate. August 5, 1916. Retrieved 2012-08-10.
  3. New York, Chalmers Publishing Company (October 5, 1916). "Moving Picture World (Oct-Dec 1916)". New York, Chalmers Publishing Company via Internet Archive.

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