Bryna Productions

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Bryna Productions was a film production company established by Kirk Douglas in 1955, inspired by the success of Burt Lancaster in moving into production. Named after Douglas' mother, Bryna Demsky, the company went on to produce 19 films between 1955 and 1986 with 6 more produced by Joel Productions, a Bryna subsidiary.[1]

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  1. ^ Kirk Douglas and Bryna Productions at Wisconscin Centre for Film and Television Research

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