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Larry Ginsburg (real name) began in 1974 marking film loops under Brentwood's Starline brand although there were several Starline films he did not do. An interior designer he had never seen films until just before he decided to do his own.
After "created differences" with Brentwood, he founded the Trade!Mark Studio.
He formed TCS studios as a separate company with different "standards." Here he did one film and then used Steve Scott as director because Scott already had done good sound work on Face to Face and Reynolds had not worked with sound. Cameraman Tom Howard said the Reynolds preferred younger guys who had less experience, making the filming more difficult. He was also said to take much more time filming than others like Steve Scott.
A Manshots obituary associated the name Warren Stephens with Mark Reynolds but this was not correct.
Jerry Douglas. "Behind the Camera: Mark Reynolds" Manshots Vol. 1 No. 2 Nov. 1988 pg. 4 (Interview) Troy McKenzie. "The Legacy of Kip Noll" Manshots Vol. 1 No. 4 Mar. 1989 pg. 18 (Essay) New Releases Sep. 1989: Hale's All-Male Video Report Rolf Hardesty. "Reviewing the Troops: A History of the American Military Image in Gay Erotic" Manshots Vol. 2 No. 5 Feb. 1990 pg. 20 (Essay) Rolf Hardesty. "Reviewing the Troops Part II" Manshots Vol. 2 No. 6 Mar. 1990 pg. 19 (Essay) "Fade Out: Mark Reynolds" Manshots Vol. 2 No. 6 Mar. 1990 pg. 74 (Obituary) Bill Bottiggi. "The Gay Film Heritage: Steve Scott" Manshots Vol. 2 No. 7 May 1990 pg. 6 (Essay) Jerry Douglas. "Behind the Camera" Manshots Vol. 2 No. 7 May 1990 pg. 22 (Interview/Pictures) Stan Ward. "A Look at the All-American Jock Image in Gay Erotica" Manshots Vol. 3 No. 1 Oct. 1990 pg. 26 (Essay/Pictures) Jerry Douglas. "Behind the Camera: Chet Thomas" Manshots Vol. 5 No. 1 Oct. 1992 pg. 10 (Interview) Jerry Douglas. "Jaguar Productions Part 2" Manshots Vol. 8 No. 7 Jul. 1996 pg. 10 (Essay)
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