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Premium Picture Productions

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Premium Picture Productions is a former movie studio located in Beaverton, Oregon, which was active in the early 1920s. It was founded in 1921, with J.J. Fleming as president and Dr. G.E. Watts and three others as directors of the corporation,[1] and it opened its production lot in 1922.[2] The company went out of business in late 1925.[3] The studio produced approximately fifteen silent films, including the following:

Many of their films were directed by Harry Moody (also credited as H.G. Moody) and William James Craft.[citation needed]


  1. ^ "Film Company Floated". (August 3, 1921). The Morning Oregonian, p. 11.
  2. ^ Nelson, Don (March 30, 2008). "Of planes, trains, films and farms: Beaverton's past includes a movie studio, airport, rail to Portland and produce". The Sunday Oregonian. Retrieved December 11, 2013.
  3. ^ a b c d e Mapes, Virginia (1993). "Chapter 15: Premium Picture Productions". Chakeipi ("the Place of the Beaver"): The History of Beaverton, Oregon. City of Beaverton. pp. 131–134. OCLC 28908244.
  4. ^ The Fighting Romeo (1925) at IMDb