The Starlight Motion Picture Company of America, New York, NY Inc. was a motion picture studio located on the East Coast, long after most other production studios had moved to Hollywood. Due to its unusually long name, it was typically known as just Starlight Studios. Its success was built on its stars, rather than the movies it made.
In 1938, Starlight was run by Max Kliener and had produced movies such as Lady Don't Shoot and made famous stars like Giddy Semestre and Rock Railton. (PROSE: The Angel's Kiss: A Melody Malone Mystery)