Supreme Pictures Corporation

Supreme Pictures Corporation was a short lived film production company from the 1930s. It was run by Sam Katzman and A. W. Hackel.

It made eight Westerns starring Bob Steele.[1]


  1. Ramon Novarro Plans to Star in Screen Version of Drama by Hungarian Playwright: PLAYER'S FUTURE MAY DEPEND ON PRODUCTION Lou Brock Decides to Remain at Radio Studio; Lee Tracy Will Play "Lemon Drop Kid" Schallert, Edwin. Los Angeles Times (1923-Current File) [Los Angeles, Calif] 16 May 1934: 13.

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