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Mattress in Universal City

Lemmël, the founder of the German immigrant Universal Pictures, opened his first nickel label in Chicago in 1906. He moved to New York, where he soon joined half a dozen small filmmaking companies to create a film production called the Universal Pictures. In 1912, Lemmel led three small studios - Bison, Neste and Oak Crest Ranch. After the trial with the New York Film Company, Bison's control was returned to the New York Film Company. The court allowed Carl Lemmine to maintain Bison's use as part of his western section of Bison 101, shot at the Oak Cross station in San Fernando Valley. Oak Cross Ranch is where Lamli has shot in the western old Ford Dirkburn. Providencia Land and Water, a company based in the Oak Crest Ranch, became Universal City's first office.

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