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Universal Pictures (also known as Universal Studios or simply Universal), founded as the Universal Film Manufacturing Company, is an American film studio responsible for the creation of the Dark Universe.

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Universal Pictures was founded on April 30, 1912, as Universal Film Manufacturing Company by Carl Laemmle, Mark Dintenfass, Charles O. Baumann, Adam Kessel, Pat Powers, William Swanson, David Horsley, Robert H. Cochrane, and Jules Brulatour. Laemmle became president in July of 1912. In the 1920's, Lon Chaney, Sr., one of the earliest known horror actors, appeared in many of Universal's early horror films, such as The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1923) and The Phantom of the Opera (1925).

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Dark Universe [ve]
Films The MummyThe Invisible ManBride of Frankenstein (unreleased)Dark Army (unreleased)Renfield (unreleased)The Invisible Woman (unreleased)Monster Mash (unreleased)

Confirmed but untitled films: Frankenstein (unreleased)

Untitled films: Creature from the Black LagoonVan HelsingThe Wolf ManDraculaThe Phantom of the OperaThe Hunchback of Notre Dame

Comics and manga The Mummy: Dark Stories
Video games The Mummy: Prodigium StrikeThe Mummy: Dark Universe StoriesThe Mummy Demastered
Live attractions The Mummy Escape GameThe Mummy Zero Gravity VR Experience
Soundtracks The MummyThe Invisible Man
See also Dark Universe (film studio)Minor CharactersMonstersMonsters LegacyTimelineUniversal Pictures
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