Moser-Terry-Coffman Studio

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Moser-Terry-Coffman Studio






Frank Moser and Paul Terry co-founded Moser-Terry-Coffman with Joseph Coffman. Headquarters were located in the Bronrk area of New York City inside of an old Edison studio. They continued to make Aesop’s Film Fables from the old Fables Pictures Inc. (later Fables Studio) that dissolved in 1929. They produced 26 cartoons for Aesop’s Film Fables a year. The films were distributed by Educational Pictures. Moser was the director and worked with animators such as: Harry Bailey, John Foster, Fred Anderson, Hugh Shields, Mannie Davis, and Vladimir “Bill” Tytla. Paul Terry was in charge of developing new series and ideas for the company.     


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