“Which celebrity was a co-founder of United Artists Film Studios?”

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the correct answer is Charlie chaplin

“Which celebrity was a co-founder of United Artists Film Studios?”

Answer: On February 5, 1919, Hollywood heavyweights Charlie Chaplin, Mary Pickford, Douglas Fairbanks, and D.W. Griffith joined forces to create their own film studio, which they called the United Artists Corporation. Known as “the company built by the stars,” United Artists left an indelible mark on Hollywood almost immediately. The budding movie studio revolutionized the motion-picture business by granting creative freedom to actors and filmmakers while offering the filmmakers a share of the film’s profits. Over the course of the next century, UA was bought, sold, restructured, and subsequently acquired by MGM in 1981 for an estimated $350 million.

Which celebrity was a co-founder of United Artists Film Studios?

Charlie chaplin

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