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  2. TriStar Pictures - Wikipedia

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    Tri-Star became the first new major Hollywood motion picture studio to be established since RKO Pictures was founded in 1928. Tri-Star embarked on a 12 to 18 feature film slate per year, with a combined budget of $70 to $80 million and signed producer Walter Colbenz as vice president of the Tri-Star feature film studio, and signed initial development deals with director John Schlesinger and producers Jeffrey Walker and Michael Walker.

  3. List of TriStar Pictures films - Wikipedia

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    List of TriStar Pictures films. This is a list of films produced and/or released by American film studio TriStar Pictures. Some of the films listed here were distributed theatrically in the United States by the company's distribution division, Sony Pictures Releasing (formerly known as Triumph Releasing Corporation (1982–1994) and Columbia TriStar Film Distributors International (1988–2005).

  4. Nicole Brown Named President of TriStar Pictures | Sony Pictures...

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    Nicole Brown Named President of TriStar Pictures. CULVER CITY, CA -- October 13, 2020 -- Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE) announced today that Nicole Brown has been promoted to president of TriStar Pictures, extending her contract with the studio to continue oversight of the specialty label. Last year, Brown was appointed to head TriStar Pictures as executive vice president.

  5. TriStar Pictures - IMDb

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    TriStar Pictures is an American film studio and production company that is a member of the Sony Pictures Motion Picture Group. TriStar Pictures is a sister studio of Columbia Pictures. This is a list of films produced and/or released by TriStar Pictures. Which is your favorite title? Source: Wikipedia.

  6. TriStar Pictures, Inc. (spelled as Tri-Star until 1991) is an American film production studio of the Columbia TriStar Motion Picture Group, owned by Sony Pictures Entertainment, a subsidiary of the Japanese conglomerate Sony . Contents 1 History 1.1 Columbia Pictures Entertainment era 1.2 Sony era 2 Logo 2.1 Parodies and references 3 Filmography

  7. TriStar Pictures Movies List | Best TriStar Pictures Films - ...

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    List of TriStar Pictures movies, ranked best to worst, including trailers, genres, and release dates. TriStar Pictures produced and/or distributed these films, which are listed in alphabetical order and sortable by any column. This is a list of all notable and most famous TriStar Pictures films, including movie posters when available.

  8. TriStar Pictures | Logopedia | Fandom

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    Tri-Star Pictures was originally founded in 1982 as a briefly-unnamed joint venture between Columbia Pictures, HBO, and CBS. It was later officially named under its original name on May 16, 1983, but did not start using a logo until 1984. TriStar Pictures 1991–1993

  9. TriStar Pictures Logo - YouTube

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  10. TriStar Pictures/Summary | Closing Logo Group | Fandom

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    TriStar Pictures (originally spelled "Tri-Star") was formed in 1982 as a joint venture between Columbia Pictures (then owned by the Coca-Cola Company), HBO, and CBS, hence the name of the studio. Originally it was known as "Nova Pictures" until the name was changed on May 16, 1983 in order to avoid confusion with PBS's hit science series Nova.

  11. TriStar Pictures | Muppet Wiki | Fandom

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    TriStar Pictures (spelled Tri-Star until 1991) is a film distributor. Founded in 1982 as a subsidiary of Columbia Pictures, TriStar was purchased along with its parent company by Sony in 1992. While the studios continued as separate labels for theatrical releasing in the United States (though a single entity, Columbia TriStar Films, in Europe and elsewhere), their video and television libraries were merged into Columbia TriStar Home Video, later becoming Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.