After April 26, 1939, the Ina Genet unit, producing the Mechanix Illustrated series, with Genet directing and writing the series,in association with Fawcett Publications, was the only production set-up retained, after the April shutdown, and still producing shorts at Warners' Brooklyn studio. Sam Sax, the Brooklyn studio head, had already sailed for his Teddington assignment, for Warners, on April 21, 1939. The unit finished ten entries of the series for 1939, and four for 1940 before the plant was closed as a full-tine facility for Warner Brothes short subjects, and the production of shorts was moved entirely to the west coast operations of the company.
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