Republic Pictures was an American independent film production company. It was founded on March 29, 1935 by Herbert Yates; it arose from a merger of Mascot Pictures Corporation, Monogram Pictures, Liberty Pictures, Chesterfield Pictures and Invincible Pictures. In the majority were adventurous substances, including produced numerous Western. The company fell in 1959 to the industrialist Victor M. Carter, who hired the film production.
The Studio Sound Department ( Republic SSD) was nominated in 1936 with the film 1,000 dollars a minute for an Oscar in the category Best Sound. In addition, the studio was the Music Department ( Republic SMD) associated Alberto Colombo nominated in 1938 in the category Best Music for the film Portia on Trial.