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  2. Associated Artists Productions - Wikipedia

    Associated Artists was founded in 1948 by Eliot Hyman. It handled syndication of around 500 films, including the Republic Pictures and Robert L. Lippert libraries, but both companies soon entered television distribution. It also handled syndication for Monogram Pictures and Producers Releasing Corporation. [1]

  3. Associated Artists Productions | Looney Tunes Wiki | Fandom

    Associated Artists Productions (also known as a.a.p.) was a company that purchased the copyrights to the pre-1950 live-action Warner Bros. catalog and the copyrights to the pre-August 1948 color Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies library and all the black-and-white Harman-Ising Merrie Melodies...

  4. With Associated Artists Productions (AAP) (Sorted by ... - IMDb

    View full company info for Associated Artists Productions (AAP) 1. Casablanca (1942) PG | 102 min | Drama, Romance, War 8.5 Rate this 100 Metascore A cynical expatriate American cafe owner struggles to decide whether or not to help his former lover and her fugitive husband escape the Nazis in French Morocco.

  5. Monogram Pictures - Wikipedia

    The pre-1946 Monogram library was sold in 1954 to Associated Artists Productions, which itself was sold to United Artists in 1958 (it merged with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer in 1981). The pre-1946 Monogram library was not part of the deal with Ted Turner .

  6. List of Warner Bros. cartoons in the Associated Artists ...

    This is a list of Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies animated shorts that were in the Associated Artists Productions television package. The package, started in 1956, was later acquired by United Artists in 1958. [1] MGM gained the rights to the cartoons when they bought United Artists in 1981.

  7. Associated Artists Productions, Inc., was the distributor of over 500 theatrically released cartoons for television beginning in 1956. Among them were several of the "Popeye" cartoons produced by ...

  8. United Artists Associated/On-Screen Logos - Logopedia

    Contents. 1 Associated Artists Productions. 1.1 1949–1951. 1.2 1956–1958. 1.3 1957. 2 United Artists Associated. 2.1 1958–1968.

  9. Associated Artists Productions (1956) - YouTube

    This video shows content that is not owned by us. All the rights goes to the original designers and owners of the content shown in this video. This is being ...

  10. Associated Artists Productions Cartoons - Closing Logos

    Associated Artists Productions Cartoons. Logo descriptions by James Fabiano. Logo captures by Eric S., V of Doom, Bob Fish, and Logoboy95. Editions by V of Doom, Hoa, mr3urious and garfield13. Video captures courtesy of Tlogos, DJLarry T, and ClassicTVMan1981X.

  11. Misce-LOONEY-ous: TV Titles

    TV Titles: a.a.p.(Associated Artists Productions) In 1956, a television distribution company called Associated Artists Productions (or a.a.p.) bought most of Warner Bros. pre-1948 film library. They got all the color Merrie Melodies and Looney Tunes made up until July 24, 1948 ("Haredevil Hare" being the latest cartoon they got) and the black ...