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  2. Cinema Center Films - Wikipedia

    Cinema Center Films (CCF) was the theatrical film production company of the CBS Television Network from 1967 to 1972. Its films were distributed by National General Pictures. The production unit was located at CBS Studio Center in the Studio City district of Los Angeles in the San Fernando Valley, and produced 30 films.

  3. List of films produced by CBS - Wikipedia

    Listing for films produced by the motion picture divisions of CBS (a subsidiary of Paramount Global ), includes Cinema Center Films, CBS Theatrical Films and CBS Films .

  4. Cinema Center Films - Audiovisual Identity Database

    CBS Films. CBS Theatrical Films; Cinema Center Films; Davis Entertainment. Davis Entertainment Filmworks; InterStar Releasing; Viacom Pictures; Insurge Pictures; Jensen Farley Pictures; MTV Films. BET Films; CMT Films; Comedy Central Films; VH1 Films; Nickelodeon Movies. National Telefilm Associates Cartoons; Paramount Communications. Oxford ...

  5. With Cinema Center Films (Sorted by Popularity Ascending)

    With Cinema Center Films (Sorted by Popularity Ascending) View Mode: Compact | Detailed. 31 titles. Sort by: Popularity | A-Z | User Rating | Number of Votes | US Box Office | Runtime | Year | Release Date | Date of Your Rating | Your Rating.

  6. cinema center films - YouTube

    Imagine living life in reverse – from old age to childhood. Witness the extraordinary tale of a person aging backward, confronting the joys and heartaches of...

  7. Category:Cinema Center Films films - Wikipedia

    Pages in category "Cinema Center Films films". The following 28 pages are in this category, out of 28 total. This list may not reflect recent changes .

  8. Cinema Center Films - Closing Logos

    Cinema Center Films Logo description by WileE2005 and indycar Logo captures by mr3urious, Sagan Blob, and thatvhstapeguy Editions by mr3urious, Logoboy95, Hoa and indycar Video capture courtesy of DudeThatLogo Background: Cinema Center Films was the first film production arm of the CBS Television Network, active from 1967 to 1972.