Eaco Films

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Eaco Films was an American film studio founded in New York City in 1914 by M. C. Goldman, Edward E. Anderson (brother of G. M. Anderson), and Edwin August.[1][2] Benjamin Zeidman was the advertising and publicity manager. The company was named from the initials of Edward Anderson/Edwin August (E. A. Co.).[3] Eaco went bankrupt after a few months.[4]


  1. ^ "New Film Companies". New York Dramatic Mirror. October 28, 1914. 
  2. ^ "Eaco Films Formed". Motography. September 19, 1914. Retrieved 2012-08-09. 
  3. ^ "That's How They Named It". New York Clipper. November 7, 1914. 
  4. ^ "Prominent in the Photo-Play World". The Photo-Play Review. September 25, 1915.