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Jack Broder started Realart Pictures with Joseph Harris in 1948.  They negotiated a deal with Universal Studios to re-issue and distribute Universal's catalog of old movies and repackage them as double features, with new and exciting advertising.  The venture was a huge success.  Having set-up the distribution arm of the business, Broder saw a chance to make more money by producing new feature films just for the double feature market. These modestely-budgeted films included the boxing drama, Kid Monk Baroni starring a young Leonard Nimoy, and the jungle comedy, Bela Lugosi Meets A Brooklyn Gorilla.

Abilene Town
1946 / 78 min. / b&w

Paris Underground
1945 / 97 min. / b&w

The Bushwhackers
1951 / 70 min. / b&w

Two-Dollar Bettor
1951 / 72 min. / b&w

Bride of the Gorilla
1951 / 70 min. / b&w

Battles of Chief Pontiac
1952 / 72 min. / b&w

The Basketball Fix
1951 / 65 min. / b&w

Hannah Lee
1953 /  75 min. / color

Run For The Hills
1953 /   min. / b&w

Women of the Prehistoric Planet
1966 / 87 min. / color

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The Navy vs. The Night Monsters
1966 / 87 min. / color

Kid Monk Baroni
1952 / 79 min. / b&w

Bela Lugosi Meets a Brooklyn Gorilla
1952 / 72 min. / b&w

Disco Sex
19?? / color

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Stag Party
19?? / color

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