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Steven Slesinger (1901–1953)

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Stephen Slesinger was the owner of a New York City publishing house; in 1930, he obtained the U.S. and Canadian licensing rights to the Winnie the Pooh characters created by A.A. Milne. After Slesinger's death, his widow (died 19 July 2007) took over the company, further developing the characters and creating new projects. She worked out licensing ...

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 1947 Marshal of Cripple Creek (special arrangements - as Stephen Slesinger)
 1947 Oregon Trail Scouts (special arrangements - as Stephen Slesinger)
 1946 Stagecoach to Denver (special arrangements - as Stephen Slesinger)
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 1942 King of the Mounties (characters - uncredited)
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Trivia:

Stephen Slesinger was the owner of a New York City publishing house; in 1930, he obtained the U.S. and Canadian licensing rights to the Winnie the Pooh characters created by A.A. Milne. After Slesinger's death, his widow (died 19 July 2007) took over the company, further developing the characters and creating new projects. She worked out licensing agreements with Walt Disney Company, but sued the... See more »

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