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Liberal Arts Productions is a Brunanter film production company and studio, founded in 1957 by Ray Strong and Lynne Harman.

History and legacy Edit

Although the 1961 adaptation of Adenis and Virsise, produced for a fairly big budget together with Europa Films, was the company's first succes, Liberal Arts would produce mainly low-budget successes and cult favorites throughout the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s. Over the decades it expanded its role, becoming equity investors with other studios and partnering with famed genre film-makers, such as Herbert S. Hosen and Abe Costello.

From the end of the 1980s on, however, its success started to fade, the company decreased its number of productions substantially and started producing movies for release by other studios. In the 2000's, a few award-winning films were produced, such as History of a Mob Wife (2004) and Peppermint (2009).

Today Liberal Arts is still considered to be one of the nation's big three movie-makers, along with Europa Films and Studio 5 Producties.

Selected filmography Edit

1950s and 1960s Edit

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References and notes Edit

  1. For more information about Transbaum, see 'Transbaum Films' on

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