National General Pictures

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National General Corporation (NGC) was a theater chain holding company, film distribution and production company and was considered one of the "instant majors".wikipedia
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Cinema Center Films

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In 1967, the CBS television network decided to produce their own films for theatrical release through their production unit Cinema Center Films, which was releasing their films through the National General Corporation.
Its films were distributed by National General Pictures.

Mann Theatres

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The company was a division of the National General Corporation (NGC) which started as the spun out Fox Theatre chain of movie houses, which were later sold to the Mann Theatres Corporation.
In 1973 Mann purchased the theatres of National General Pictures, which included the old Fox Theatres chain.

Charro!

It was also the only Presley film distributed by National General Pictures.

A Boy Named Charlie Brown

A Boy Named Charlie Brown is a 1969 American animated comedy-drama film, produced by Cinema Center Films, distributed by National General Pictures, and directed by Bill Melendez, it is the first feature film based on the Peanuts comic strip.

The Baby Maker

The Baby Maker is a 1970 American drama film directed and co-written by James Bridges and released by National General Pictures.

Something for Everyone

Directed by Harold Prince (in his feature directorial debut) for Cinema Center Films, the film began shooting on 30 June 1969 and was originally released by National General Pictures in July 1970.

How Sweet It Is!

How Sweet It Is! was the first production for National General Pictures.

Cinerama Releasing Corporation

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The ABC television network had done the same thing with Cinerama in the formation of another instant major partnership.

Snoopy, Come Home

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The film was released on August 9, 1972 by National General Pictures, produced by Lee Mendelson Films and Cinema Center Films (in the latter's final production).

A Fine Pair

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Maurie (film)

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Distributed by National General Pictures, the film covers the lives and relationship of two NBA Hall of fame basketball players, the forward Jack Twyman, and his teammate the forward Maurice Stokes.

A Dream of Kings (film)

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Latitude Zero (film)

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It received a release in the United States by National General Pictures.