Kodak 620 Rollfilm Cameras
Kodak introduced 620 film in 1931 with the US model of the Six-20 Kodak and at almost the same time stopped producing cameras taking 120 film, a situation that continued until Kodak Ltd. in the UK manufactured a few models in the 1950's and '60's. 620 film continued in favour until the 1960's, when the introduction of the cartridge-loading Instamatics meant the general public no longer had to struggle to load rollfilm into their snapshot cameras. The Brownie Reflex 20 was probably the last 620-film camera to be made by Kodak.
Kodak finally stopped manufacturing 620 film in the mid-1990's, but with a little bit of effort, 120 film can be used in 620 cameras, as the film is the same, only the spools differ. See the hints'n'tips-section for details.
Some publications refer to Kodak Pliant cameras produced in France in the late 1940's and early to mid 1950's. This would appear to be a misnomer as I have been unable to find mention of this name on any of these cameras or their packaging.