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. Benjamin Zeidman was the advertising and publicity manager. The company was named from the initials of Edward Anderson/Edwin August (E. A. Co.). Eaco went bankrupt after a few months.
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- ^ "Prominent in the Photo-Play World". The Photo-Play Review. September 25, 1915.
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