Dimension Pictures (1970s Company)
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Dimension Pictures 1970s Company
Dimension Pictures
IndustryMotion picture
Founded1970
FounderLawrence Woolner
Defunct1981
Headquarters

Dimension Pictures is a film studio that was founded in the 1970s and primarily worked in the exploitation field. It is not to be confused with the current Dimension Films, founded in 1992.

History

Dimension was founded in 1970 by Lawrence Woolner, an exhibitor who had made a number of films, including several with Roger Corman. He hired the husband and wife team of Stephanie Rothman and Charles S. Swartz to run the filmmaking division. Rothman and Swartz left in 1975 but the company continued until about 1981.[1]

Select filmography

  • Sheitaan (2017) (Executive Producers & Distributor)

References

  1. ^ The New Poverty Row: Independent Filmmakers as Distributors, McFarland, 1991, p 149-173

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