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  1. United Artists - Wikipedia

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    In 2005, a partnership of Comcast, Sony and several merchant banks bought United Artists and its parent, MGM, for $4.8 billion. Though only a minority investor, Sony closed MGM's distribution system and folded most of its staff into its own studio.

  2. United Artists Corporation Company Profile | Los Angeles, CA ...

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    United Artists (UA). Founded in 1919 by the four Hollywood legends, UA is now a unit of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), which acquired the company in 1981. UA is involved in the production, sale, and acquisition of smaller-budget films.

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  4. United Artists Records - Wikipedia

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    The United Artists catalog is controlled by Capitol Records, now part of Universal Music Group (who also owns the non-soundtrack catalog of MGM Records, once owned by UA's current parent Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer).

  5. United Artists Corporation | American company | Britannica

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    United Artists Corporation, major investor in and distributor of independently produced motion pictures in the United States. The corporation was formed in 1919 by Charlie Chaplin, the comedy star; Mary Pickford and her husband, Douglas Fairbanks, the popular film stars; and D.W. Griffith, the director who was a pioneer in the development of camera techniques.

  6. United Artists | Princess Pictures Wiki | Fandom

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    In 2005, a partnership of Comcast, Sony and several merchant banks bought United Artists and its parent, MGM, for $4.8 billion. Though only a minority investor, Sony closed MGM's distribution system and folded most of its staff into its own studio.

  7. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer - Wikipedia

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    MGM proceeded to return to theatrical distribution in 1981 with its purchase of United Artists, as UA's parent company Transamerica Corporation decided to sever its link with the studio following the failure of Heaven's Gate. [page needed] Because of this, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Film Co. was renamed "MGM/UA Entertainment Company."

  8. Regal Cinemas - Wikipedia

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    Over time, the chain became separate from the studio and by the 1970s was part of a larger company, United Artists Communications. United Artists Theatres was purchased in the late 1940s by the Naify Brothers, who owned theatres in the San Francisco Bay Area. Their company up to this time was called Golden State Theatres.

  9. Liberty Records - Wikipedia

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    In 1978, Artie Mogull and Jerry Rubinstein acquired United Artists and Liberty with money they borrowed from Capitol. In February 1979, Capitol's parent company EMI foreclosed on them and took over Liberty. 1980s and 1990s

  10. Apple Records - Wikipedia

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    Capitol's parent company EMI purchased United Artists Records in the late 1970s, and Capitol gained the American rights to the Let It Be soundtrack album (along with the American rights to another, earlier, United Artists Beatles movie soundtrack LP, 1964's A Hard Day's Night).

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