Producer Nat Levine was formerly the owner of Mascot Pictures.
Universal announced this as the first talking serial, but that title is generally agreed to belong to Mascot Pictures' The King of the Kongo (1929).
Several careers began at Mascot Pictures.
Maynard moved to Mascot Pictures in 1934.
In 1935, she made her first film appearance in Waterfront Lady for Mascot Pictures.
In Old Santa Fe was Ken Maynard's first film for Mascot Pictures.
This led to a writing position at Mascot Pictures and its successor Republic Pictures.
Republic was the successor to Mascot Pictures, a serial specialist.
The Vanishing Legion: A History of Mascot Pictures, 1927-1935.
Distributed by Mascot Pictures, the series was a remake of Mascot's film The Hurricane Express (1932).