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  Paramount Pictures
Paramount Pictures, owned by media and entertainment conglomerate Viacom Inc., has a library of more than 2,500 films, including blockbusters such as The Godfather, Mission Impossible and Star Trek series, Titanic and Forrest Gump.
By using the CRS program, Paramount saved approximately 230 hours in labor (about $7,000 worth) and freed its IT staff from working out configuration and system integration issues, and system bugs.
Paramount also purchased 100-terabyte Sun storage arrays and a Sun tape library to provide online storage and backup of shot files and other movie assets.
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Paramount's early artists included directors Cecil B. DeMille and William S. Hart, and stars Mary Pickford, Rudolf Valentino and Clara Bow.
On March 11, 1994, Paramount merged with Viacom Inc., under the leadership of Sumner Redstone, Executive Chairman of the Board and Founder.
Today, Paramount Pictures is the only major motion picture studio located in Hollywood.
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Paramount's lineage dates back to 1912, when Adolph Zukor, the owner of a New York nickelodeon, secured American distribution rights to Sarah Bernhart's four-reel film, Queen Elizabeth.
The Jesse L. Lasky Company, which was producing films in Hollywood, merged with Famous Players to form the Famous Players-Lasky Corporation.
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 Paramount Pictures [us]
More information for this company is available on on IMDbPro.
Paramount Pictures has 106 in development credits available on IMDbPro.com.
Distributor (1966) (worldwide) (all media) (as Paramount A Viacom Company)
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