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Union Film Publishing Co.

Union was initially established as a distribution company for Pathe in 1910. In 1912, Union established their offices at 167-169 Wardour Street in Westminster. Union set up production facilities in a skating rink in Haringey that was called Alexandra Palace.

Union released their films under the name of Big Ben Films (click for films produced listed in our archive)

Because of the outbreak of the war, the government confiscated their production facilities in 1915. In early 1916 Union moved their offices to 27 Basinghall Street to try to maintain distribution. Then moving across the street to 24 Basinghall Street in 1917 where they remained until the company was dissolved in 1925.

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