Great Films Have Been Produced At Universal Studio

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Oh how we love Hollywood! The glitz and glamour that it projects to the entire world while captivating us with beautiful celebrities and the mystic of every movie released. One of the biggest parts of the huge success of Hollywood is the development of a star system. Universal Studio has been one of the major players and contributor towards making award winning and blockbuster hit films starring iconic stars.

The studio was founded by a German Jewish immigrant named Carl Laemmle. He was the man behind the humble beginnings of this big studio. Universal Studio is the 2nd oldest studio in Hollywood.

Alongside with other production studios, Universal Studio went through some changes. It had to adapt from producing silent movies down to the talkies. However, in 1950s it went to a breakdown when stars wanted to gain independence. The competition brought about by the existence of television had made a bigger impact. It made Universal Studio to venture into making TV shows for TV and still doing movies.

Every decade, Universal Studio produced a film that became a sure hit bringing in millions and millions of gross profit to the company, starting off in the 1930s with the movie All Quiet on the Western front which was a World War I epic. Universal Studio became famous for producing movies under horror genre such as Frankenstein, Dracula and The Mummy.

The rise of iconic stars has begun during the 1950s including the famous heartthrob Cary Grant. Rock Hudson and Doris Day were a big part on the huge success of the romantic comedy movie, “Pillow Talk.” Who would forget the Holocaust movie entitled Schindler’s List which was a movie inspired by the depiction of the Nazi. Two classic hit movies to include the whole of famer Universal Studio are Jurassic Park and ET.

Every decade, Universal Studio produced a film that became a sure hit bringing in millions and millions of gross profit to the company, starting off in the 1930s with the movie All Quiet on the Western front which was a World War I epic. Universal Studio became famous for producing movies under horror genre such as Frankenstein, Dracula and The Mummy.

 

The rise of iconic stars has begun during the 1950s including the famous heartthrob Cary Grant. Rock Hudson and Doris Day were a big part on the huge success of the romantic comedy movie, “Pillow Talk.” Who would forget the Holocaust movie entitled Schindler’s List which was a movie inspired by the depiction of the Nazi. Two classic hit movies to include the whole of famer Universal Studio are Jurassic Park and ET.

 

Universal Studio had come a long way when it comes to making movies from the boring black and white background to full-colored and in HD movies that we now starting to enjoy. 

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