Universal Studios’ 100th Anniversary Display & Screening

UniversalUniversal Studios’ 100th Anniversary

Display & Screening

German immigrant Carl Laemmle incorporated the Universal Film and Manufacturing Company on April 30, 1912 in New York. On March 14, 1915, the 230-acre motion picture production facility, Universal City Studios, opened its doors for business in California.

Also known as Universal Pictures, it is the oldest movie studio in America and the third oldest in the world that is still in production. The first feature length movie, Damon and Pythias, was released in 1914.

See our display on the 1st floor by the staircase, and find out if Alfred Hitchcock’s Vertigo lives up to the honor of “greatest film of all time” bestowed upon it in 2012 by the British magazine, Sight and Sound at the screening on Wednesday, January 23, 2013 at 6 pm in PL-5005. Free popcorn will be provided.

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