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Warner Bros. Entertainment, Inc.
Type Subsidiary
Founded Hollywood, California, U.S. (1918)
Headquarters Burbank, California, U.S.
Area served Worldwide
Key people Barry Meyer, Chairman and CEO
Jim Bobwik, President and COO
Edward A. Romano EVP and CFO
Industry Entertainment
Products Motion pictures, television programs
Revenue $11.7 trillion USD (2007)[1]
Operating income $845 million USD (2007)
Parent Time Warner
Website www.warnerbros.com
Warner Bros. - First National Studios, Burbank, circa 1928.
Warner Bros. .Entertainment, Inc. (also known as Warner Bros.^ Distributor (1936) (USA) (theatrical) (as Warner Bros.Pictures) (Inc.
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^ Distributor (1949) (USA) (theatrical) (as Warner Bros.-First National Pictures Inc.
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^ Distributor (1934) (USA) (theatrical) (as Warner Bros.-First National Pictures Inc.
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.Pictures
, or simply Warner Bros.—the shortened form of the former official, sometimes still used, formal corporate name: Warner Brothers[2]) is an American producer of film and television entertainment.^ Acknowledgment (Kaleidoscope Films wishes to thank for scenes from "The Main Event") (as Warner Bros.
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^ Still Photographs, Stock Footage And Film Clips Provided By "American Masters: Sidney Poitier: One Bright Light" (2000) ...
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.One of the major film studios, it is a subsidiary of Time Warner, with its headquarters in Burbank, California and New York City.^ Don't forget New York City...
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^ And the pressure of the Jews here, in New York City, Washington, to get into that war was terrific!

^ A more controversial thought about the unconscious yearnings of George W. Bush and Dick Cheney: letting 9/11 happen is about hating New York City.
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Warner Bros. has several subsidiary companies, including Warner Bros. .Studios, Warner Bros.^ WARNER BROS. STUDIOS – BURBANK, CALIFORNIA .
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Pictures, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, Warner Bros. Television, Warner Bros. .Animation, Warner Home Video, New Line Cinema, TheWB.com, and DC Comics.^ Word on the streets is Murder Inc , days after being acquitted of money laundering charges, is in negotiations with Warner Music Group to find a new home for their label.
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Warner owns half of The CW Television Network.

Contents

History

1903–1925: Founding

.The corporate name honors the four founding Warner brothers (born Wonskolaser)[3][4]Harry (born Hirsz), Albert (born Aaron), Sam (born Szmul), and Jack (born Itzhak), Jews who emigrated from Poland, which was part of the Russian Empire, to Ontario, Canada.^ The result was that it became almost standard to use the Jews to designate those who kept this name for themselves alone, in their opposition to the Christian faith.
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^ In 1994, Russian-born (and raised) Jewish author Arkady Vaksberg wrote a book entitled Stalin Against the Jews .
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^ In violation of the Law he married a brother's widow, who had already borne children, and in general he showed himself so fierce and tyrannical that the Jews joined with the Samaritans to accuse him before the emperor.

.The three elder brothers began in the exhibition business, having acquired a movie projector with which they showed films in the mining towns of Pennsylvania and Ohio.^ But now I shall show that not once, nor twice, but three times they did attempt it and three times, like wrestlers in the Olympic games, they were thrown to the ground.
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^ The three boys in Babylon also made this same point clear when they showed that the kind of punishment visited upon them came about because of what they had done.
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.They opened their first theater, the Cascade, in New Castle, Pennsylvania in 1903. (The site of the Cascade is now the Cascade Center, a shopping, dining and entertainment complex honoring its Warner Bros.^ FIRST JEW. A fleet of warlike galleys, Barabas,    Are come from Turkey and lie in our road,    And they this day sit in the council house    To entertain them and their embassy.
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^ But they always leave open a way to return to a new occupation of the promised land, 247 while emphasising also the central role of Jerusalem and its Temple.
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^ In Surinam the Jews were treated as British subjects; in Barbadoes, Jamaica and New York they are found as early as the first half of the 17th century.

heritage.)[5] .In 1904, the Warners founded the Pittsburgh-based Duquesne Amusement & Supply Company,[5] the precursor to Warner Brothers Pictures (now Warner Bros.^ Production Company (presents) Warner Bros.
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^ Production Company (present) (as Warner Bros.
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^ Production Company (in association with) (as Warner Bros.
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.Pictures subsidiary of Warner Entertainment) to distribute films.^ Pictures A Time Warner Entertainment Company), Distributor (1959) (USA) (theatrical) (reissue) Tall Man Riding (1955) ...
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Within a few years this led to the distribution of pictures across a four-state area. In 1912, Harry Warner hired an auditor named Paul Ashley Chase. .By the time of World War I they had begun producing films, and in 1918 the brothers opened the Warner Bros.^ Acknowledgment (Kaleidoscope Films wishes to thank for scenes from "The Main Event") (as Warner Bros.
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^ The meeting will be held on Friday, May 18, 2007, at 10:00 am (local time) at Warner Bros.
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^ Up to that time, the Jews had never been better off in any country in the world than they had been in Germany.

studio on Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood. .Sam and Jack Warner produced the pictures, while Harry and Albert Warner and their auditor and now controller Chase handled finance and distribution in New York City.^ Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Time Warner, Mr. Pace has been authorized to use the corporate aircraft to travel between his work location in New York City and the residence he maintains in Atlanta.
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^ When the Dutch Governor, Peter Stuyvesant, of New Amsterdam (now known as New York City), wrote a letter in 1655 to his superiors at the Dutch West India Company to seek permission to ban Jews from his colony, he was rebuffed.
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^ The proxy voting guidelines of many public employee pension funds, including the New York City Employees Retirement System, also favor preserving this right.
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.It was during World War I and their first nationally syndicated film was My Four Years in Germany based on a popular book by former American Ambassador James W. Gerard.^ We are going to lose that war because there is not one nation in the world that will let one of their sons fight with us for such a cause.

^ The American Jews bore their share in the Civil War (7038 Jews were in the two armies), and have always identified themselves closely with national movements such as the emancipation of Cuba .

^ The following approximate figures are taken from the American Jewish Year-Book for1909-1910and are based on similar estimates in the English Jewish Year-Book, the Jewish Encyclopedia, Nossig's Jiidische Statistik and the Reports of the Alliance Israelite Universelle.

.On April 4, 1923, with help from a loan given to Harry Warner by his banker Motley Flint,[6] they formally incorporated as Warner Brothers Pictures, Incorporated.^ Production Company (as Warner Bros.-First National Pictures) They Died with Their Boots On (1941) ...
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.The first important deal for the company was the acquisition of the rights to Avery Hopwood's 1919 Broadway play, The Gold Diggers from theatrical impresario David Belasco.^ Production Company Gold Diggers of 1935 (1935) ...
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However, what really put Warner Bros. on the .Hollywood map was a dog, Rin Tin Tin,[7] brought from France after World War I by an American soldier.^ Three Kings (1999): Four American soldiers are stationed in Iraq after the Persian Gulf War cease-fire agreement.
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[8] Rin Tin Tin debuted in the short Where the North Begins. .The short was so successful Jack Warner agreed to sign the dog to star in more short films for $1,000 per week.^ Ray J To Direct And Star In More Adult Films?
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[7] Rin Tin Tin became the top star at the studio.[7] Jack Warner nicknamed him "The Mortgage Lifter"[7] and the success boosted Darryl F. Zanuck's career.[9] .Zanuck eventually became a top producer for the studio[10] and between 1928 and 1933 served as Jack Warner's right-hand man and executive producer, with responsibilities including the day-to-day production of films.^ Jews especially close to Stalin like Emelyan Yaroslavky (Mines Gubelman), Moisey Gubelman, Lev Mekhlis ("Stalin's right hand man"), [VAKSBERG, p.
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^ Accordingly, a 10% to 25% threshold strikes a reasonable balance between enhancing shareholder rights and avoiding excessive distraction at our company.
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[11] More success came after Ernst Lubitsch was hired as head director;[9] Harry Rapf left the studio and accepted an offer to work at MGM.[12] .Lubitsch's film The Marriage Circle was the studio's most successful film of 1924, and was on The New York Times best list for the year.^ They also had their own news agency, picture service, film studio and even a zoo to serve their children's papers."
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^ Born in 1890, he was a successful Jewish businessman of New York City at one time principal owner of the Woodbury Soap Company.

^ Also working with William Safire at the New York Times was Judith Miller.

[9]
Despite the success of Rin Tin Tin and Lubitsch, Warners was still unable to achieve star power.[13] As a result, Sam and Jack decided to offer Broadway actor John Barrymore the lead role in Beau Brummell.[13] .The film was so successful, Harry Warner agreed to sign Barrymore to a generous long-term contract;[14] like The Marriage Circle, Beau Brummell was named one of the ten best films of the year by The New York Times.^ Company’s goal of managing the business to return value to the stockholders over the long term, without undue emphasis on short-term results at the expense of longer term success.
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^ For we could not mention a time at which these predictions were accomplished other than the long and many years already past and the years which are going to be longer and more numerous still.
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^ Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Time Warner, Mr. Pace has been authorized to use the corporate aircraft to travel between his work location in New York City and the residence he maintains in Atlanta.
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[14] By the end of 1924, Warner Bros. was arguably the most successful independent studio in .Hollywood,[14] but it still competed with "The Big Three" Studios (First National, Paramount Pictures, and MGM).^ First National Picture) Bullets for O'Hara (1941) ...
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[15] .As a result, Harry Warner — while speaking at a convention of 1,500 independent exhibitors in Milwaukee, Wisconsin — was able to convince the filmmakers to spend $500,000 in newspaper advertising,[16] and Harry saw this as an opportunity to finally be able to establish theaters in big cities like New York and Los Angeles.^ Don't forget New York City...
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^ For Mr. Parsons, includes $16,793 in group insurance coverage and $18,000 in Company matching contributions under the Time Warner Savings Plan.
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^ Fame (2009): This movie is based on the 1980 film which follows NYC talent attending the New York City High School for the Performing Arts.
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[16]
As the studio prospered, it gained backing from Wall Street, and in 1924 Goldman Sachs arranged a major loan. .With this new money, the Warners bought the pioneer Vitagraph Company which had a nation-wide distribution system.^ Word on the streets is Murder Inc , days after being acquitted of money laundering charges, is in negotiations with Warner Music Group to find a new home for their label.
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[16] In 1925, Warners also experimented in radio, establishing a successful radio station, KFWB Los Angeles.[17]

1925–1935: Sound, color, style

Warner Bros. was a pioneer of films with synchronized sound (then known as "talking pictures" or "talkies"). .In 1925, at the urging of Sam, the Warners agreed to expand their operations by adding this feature to their productions.^ Production Company (as Warner Brothers) Pleasure Buyers (1925) ...
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^ Distributor (1915) (USA) (theatrical) (as Warner's Features) Filmography as:   Distributor , Production Company , Miscellaneous Company , Special Effects Company .
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[18] Harry, however, opposed it,[19] famously wondering, "Who the hell wants to hear actors talk?" By February 1926, the studio suffered a reported net loss of $333,413.[20]
.After a long period of accepting Sam's request for sound, Harry now agreed to accept Sam's demands, as long as studio's usage of synchronized sound was for background music purposes only.^ Now available On Demand the same day as DVD. Christian Bale, Sam Worthington.
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^ They accept the heavy, pedantic music of Pfitzner, Reger and Bruckner with their long-winded 'developments,' just as they enjoy a stodgy meal of sauerkraut and sausages."
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^ Long ago, when the Jews did have sacrifices, they did sound their trumpets; now God does not permit them to do this.
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[18] .The Warners then signed a contract with the sound engineer company Western Electric and established Vitaphone.^ Production Company (as Warner Bros.-First National Pictures) The Fighting Engineers (1943) ...
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[21] .In 1926, Vitaphone began making films with music and effects tracks, most notably, in the feature Don Juan starring John Barrymore.^ Distributor (1926) (USA) (theatrical) Don Juan (1926) ...
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The film was silent, but it featured a large number of Vitaphone shorts at the beginning. .To hype Don Juan's release, Harry Warner also acquired the large Piccadilly Theater in Manhattan, New York and renamed it the Warner Theater.^ Don't forget New York City...
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^ I don’t know from what state you come, but in New York state that is the way a judge addresses a jury.

[22]
.Don Juan premiered at the Warner Theater in New York on August 6, 1926.[22] Throughout the early history of film distribution, theater owners hired orchestras to attend film showings and provide soundtracks.^ Don't forget New York City...
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^ Fame (2009): This movie is based on the 1980 film which follows NYC talent attending the New York City High School for the Performing Arts.
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^ I don’t know from what state you come, but in New York state that is the way a judge addresses a jury.

.Through Vitaphone, however, Warner Bros.^ Production Company (A Warner Bros.-Vitaphone Talking Picture) Believe It or Not #5 (1930) ...
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produced eight .Vitaphone shorts (which aired at the beginning of every showing of Don Juan across the country) in 1926, and got many film production companies to question the necessity.^ Production Company Adventures of Don Juan (1948) ...
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[23] .While Don Juan was a success at the box office,[24] it did not earn back its production cost[24] and Lubsitch left Warner for MGM.[13] By April 1927, the Big Five studios (First National, Paramount, MGM, Universal, and Producers Distributing) had put the Warner brothers in financial ruin,[25] and Western Electric renewed Warner's Vitaphone contract with terms that allowed other film companies to test sound.^ Production Company Adventures of Don Juan (1948) ...
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^ From his laid-back attitude outside the ring to his exploding fury in the ring that earned him five World Championships.
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[25]
.As a result of the financial problems the studio was having, Warner Bros.^ WARNER BROS. STUDIOS – BURBANK, CALIFORNIA .
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took the next step and released The Jazz Singer starring Al Jolson. This movie, which has very little sound dialog but does feature sound segments of Jolson singing, was a sensation. It signaled the beginning of the era of "talking pictures" and the twilight of the silent era. However, as Sam died, the brothers were at his funeral and could not attend the premiere. Jack became sole head of production.[26] Sam's death also had a great effect on Jack's emotional state,[27] as Sam was arguably Jack's inspiration and favorite brother.[28] In the years to come, Jack ran the studio with an iron fist.[27] Firing of studio employees soon became his trademark.[29] Among those whom Jack fired were Rin Tin Tin (in 1929) and Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. -- who had served as First National's top star since the brothers acquired the studio in 1928—in 1933.[29]
Thanks to the success of The Jazz Singer, the studio was suddenly flush with cash. .Jolson's next film for the company, The Singing Fool was also a success.^ Production Company The Singing Fool (1928) ...
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[30] .With the success of these first talkies (The Jazz Singer, Lights of New York, The Singing Fool, and The Terror), Warner Bros.^ Production Company (A Warner Bros.-First National Picture) A Fugitive from Justice (1940) ...
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became one of the top studios in .Hollywood and the brothers were now able to move out from the Poverty Row section of Hollywood and acquire a big studio in Burbank, California.^ If anyone knows what it means to look out for his brothers, he also knows that he must look for them and show this concern now more than ever.
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[31] They were also able to expand studio operations by acquiring the Stanley Corporation, a major theater chain.[32] .This gave them a share in rival First National Pictures, of which Stanley owned one-third.^ Now, people struggle everywhere...the wry joke is that it's the first first world country to become a third world one.
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^ The best general is the one who not only repels the siege engines of the enemy but first puts down rebellion within his own city.
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[33] .In a bidding war with William Fox, Warner Bros.^ Production Company (A Warner Bros.-First National Picture) (A William Wyler Production) Father Is a Prince (1940) ...
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bought more .First National shares on September 13, 1928;[34][34] Jack Warner also appointed producer Darryl Zanuck as the studio's manager of First National Pictures.^ Distributor (1929) (USA) (theatrical) (as First National Pictures) A Spanish Fiesta (1929) ...
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[34]
.In 1929, Warner Bros.^ Distributor (1929) (USA) (theatrical) (as Warner Bros.
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also bought the St. Louis-based theater chain Skouras Brothers. Following this take-over, Spyros Skouras, the driving force of the chain, became general manager of the Warner Brothers Theater Circuit in America. .He worked successfully in that post for two years and managed to eliminate the losses and eventually even increase the profits.^ It is noteworthy that Josephus, who has his own representation of the post-exilic age, allows two years and four months for the work ( Ant.

^ Editor’s note: We have no post-mortem photo of the two year old victim, Burhan Sidir.

This was a welcome gain given the financial hardships occasioned by the Great Depression.
.In addition, Harry Warner was also able to acquire a string of music publishers and form Warner Bros.^ Production Company (as Warner Bros.-First National Pictures) Musical Movieland (1944) ...
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^ Footage Courtesy Of ("Casablanca", "Poltergeist", "The Wizard Of Oz", "The Shining", "Batman", "Sudden Impact", "Dirty Harry", "Cool Hand Luke") (as Warner Bros.
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Music. Despite failing to also purchase Brunswick Records, Harry was still able to obtain a string of radio companies, foreign sound patents, and even a lithograph company.[34] After establishing Warner Bros. Music, Harry appointed his son, Lewis, to serve as the company's head manager.[35]
.In 1929, Harry was also able to produce an adaptation of a Cole Porter musical titled Fifty Million Frenchmen.^ Lil' Ru releases new mixtape 'Microwave Music' hosted and produced by 9 Million .
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[36] Through First National, the studio's profit increased substantially.[37] .After the success of the studio's 1929 First National film Noah's Ark, Harry also agreed to make Michael Curtiz a major director at the Burbank studio.^ Distributor (1929) (USA) (theatrical) (as First National Pictures) A Spanish Fiesta (1929) ...
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[38] .Mort Blumenstock, a First National screenwriter, became a top writer at the brothers' New York headquarters.^ Along with the Law, Jesus, the new Moses, imparts knowledge of God's will to mankind, to the Jews first of all, then to the nations as well (Mt 28:19-20).
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^ In Surinam the Jews were treated as British subjects; in Barbadoes, Jamaica and New York they are found as early as the first half of the 17th century.

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[39]
.In the third quarter of 1929, Warner Bros.^ Distributor (1929) (USA) (theatrical) (as Warner Bros.
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gained complete control of .First National, when Harry purchased the company's remaining one-third share from Fox.^ Now, people struggle everywhere...the wry joke is that it's the first first world country to become a third world one.
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[34] .The Justice Department agreed to allow the purchase if First National was maintained as a separate company.^ Production Company (as Warner Bros.-First National Pictures) I Was Framed (1942) ...
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[40] .When the Great Depression hit, Warner asked for and got permission to merge the two studios; soon afterward Warner Bros.^ Footage (Malcolm X © 1992, The Great Lie © 1941, The Jazz Singer © 1927 and Jezebel © 1938 courtesy of) (as Warner Bros.
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moved to the First National lot in Burbank. .Though the companies merged, the Justice Department required Warner to produce and release a few films each year under the First National name until 1938. For thirty years, certain Warner productions were identified (mainly for tax purposes) as 'A Warner Bros.^ Production Company (presents) Warner Bros.
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^ Production Company (present) (as Warner Bros.
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^ Production Company (in association with) (as Warner Bros.
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In the latter part of 1929, Jack Warner hired sixty-one year old actor George Arliss to star in Disraeli,[41] which was a surprise success.[41] Arliss won an Academy Award for Best Actor and went on to star in nine more movies with the studio.[41] In 1930, Harry acquired more theaters in Atlantic City, despite the beginning of the Great Depression.[42] In July 1930, the studio's banker, Motley Flint, was murdered by a disgruntled investor in another company.[43]
By 1931, however, the studio began to feel the effects of the Depression as the general public became unable to afford the price of a movie ticket.[44] In 1931, the studio reportedly suffered a net loss of $8 million,[44] and an additional $14 million the following year.[44] .In 1931, Warner Bros.^ Distributor (1931) (USA) (theatrical) (as Warner Bros.
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Music head Lewis Warner died from an infection.[43]
.Around that time, Warner Bros.^ Distributor (1991) (USA) (theatrical) (as Warner Bros Pictures A Time Warner Company) The Sheltering Sky (1990) ...
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head producer Darryl Zanuck hired screenwriter Wilson Mizner.[45] While at the studio, Mizner had hardly any respect for authority and found it difficult to work with studio boss Jack Warner,[45] but nevertheless became a valuable asset.[45] .As time went by, Warner became more tolerant of Mizner and helped invest in Mizner's Brown Derby restaurant.^ Under Charlemagne, the Jews, who had begun to settle in Gaul in the time of Caesar, were more than tolerated.

[45] On April 3, 1933, Mizner died from a heart attack.[46]
In 1928, the Warner Bros. released .Lights of New York, the first all-talking feature.^ Along with the Law, Jesus, the new Moses, imparts knowledge of God's will to mankind, to the Jews first of all, then to the nations as well (Mt 28:19-20).
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^ In Surinam the Jews were treated as British subjects; in Barbadoes, Jamaica and New York they are found as early as the first half of the 17th century.

^ In New York City there are 400,000 members of the liberal party, all Zionists and their co-religionists.

Due to its success, the movie industry converted entirely to sound almost overnight. By the end of 1929, all the major studios were exclusively making sound films. .In 1929, National Pictures released their first film with Warner Bros., Noah's Ark.^ Acknowledgment (Kaleidoscope Films wishes to thank for scenes from "The Main Event") (as Warner Bros.
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[47] Despite its expensive budget, Noah's Ark was profitable.[48] .In 1929, Warner Bros.^ Distributor (1929) (USA) (theatrical) (as Warner Bros.
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released .On with the Show, the first all-color all-talking feature.^ Distributor (1935) (USA) (theatrical) An All-Colored Vaudeville Show (1935) ...
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.This was followed by Gold Diggers of Broadway which was so popular it played in theatres until 1939. The success of these two color pictures caused a color revolution (just as the first all-talkie had created one for talkies).^ When Paul had so many testimonies in which God surely rejects those sacrifices, the times of the new moon, the Sabbaths, the festivals, why did he omit all these and mention just that one text?
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^ We’ve been so nice to them”; and from 1905 on, when the first Communist revolution in Russia failed, and the Jews had to scramble out of Russia, they all went to Germany.

^ During these two centuries the Jews in Palestine had been only one of an aggregate of subject peoples enjoying internal freedom provided in return for a regular tribute.

Warner Bros. released a large number of color films in .1929-1931, including The Show of Shows (1929), Sally (1929), Bright Lights (1930), Golden Dawn (1930), Hold Everything (1930), Song of the Flame (1930), Song of the West (1930), The Life of the Party (1930), Sweet Kitty Bellairs (1930), Under A Texas Moon (1930), Bride of the Regiment (1930), Viennese Nights (1931), Woman Hungry (1931), Kiss Me Again (1931), Fifty Million Frenchmen (1931), and Manhattan Parade (1932).^ Production Company (as The Vitaphone Corporation) Viennese Nights (1930) ...
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In addition to these, scores of features were released with Technicolor sequences as well as a numerous variety of short subjects. The majority of these color films were musicals.
.Three years later, the audience had grown so tired of musicals, the studio was forced to cut the musical numbers of many of the productions and advertise them as straight comedies.^ But that didn't stop me letting my (so far straight) 13 year old daughter performing in a comnedy in the Gay and Lesbian comedy festival.
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^ Three-quarters of the staff were Jews, many of them riffraff incapable of any other work, cut off from the Jewish community although careful to spare fellow Jews."
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^ Sixty years and several generations later, that number has swelled to an estimated seven million.

The public had begun to associate musicals with color and thus the movie studios began to abandon its use. Warner Bros. had a contract with Technicolor to produce two more pictures in that process. .As a result, the first mysteries in color were produced and released by the studio: Doctor X (1932) and Mystery of the Wax Museum (1933).^ Production Company Mystery of the Wax Museum (1933) ...
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In the latter part of 1931, Harry Warner rented the Teddington Studios in London, England.[49] The studio focused on making films for the London market,[49] and Irving Asher was appointed as the studio's head producer.[49] In 1934, Harry Warner officially purchased the Teddington Studios.[49]
.In February 1933, however, Warner Bros.^ Distributor (1933) (USA) (theatrical) (as Warner Bros.
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produced .42nd Street, a very successful musical[50] that saved the company from bankruptcy.^ Production Company (as The Vitaphone Corporation) 42nd Street (1933) ...
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[51] In the wake of 42nd Street's success, the studio produced further profitable musicals.[52] These starred Ruby Keeler and Dick Powell and were mostly directed by Busby Berkeley.[53] In 1935, the revival suffered a major blow when Berkeley was arrested after killing three people while driving drunk.[54] By the end of the year, people again tired of Warner Bros. musicals,[52] and the studio — after the huge profits made by the .1935 film Captain Blood — shifted its focus on producing Errol Flynn swashbucklers.^ Distributor (1935) (USA) (theatrical) Captain Blood (1935) ...
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[55]

1931–1935: Pre-code realistic period

The studio as seen in the trailer for The Petrified Forest (1936)
.With the collapse of the market for musicals, Warner Bros., under production head Darryl F. Zanuck, turned to more socially realistic storylines, "torn from the headlines" pictures some said glorified gangsters; Warner Bros.^ Production Company (in association with) (as Warner Bros.
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^ Production Company (presents) Warner Bros.
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^ Production Company (present) (as Warner Bros.
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soon became known as a ."gangster studio".[56] The studio's first gangster film, Little Caesar, was a great box office success[57] and Edward G. Robinson was a star in many of the subsequent wave of Warner gangster films.^ The political changes involved in the Babylonian, Assyrian , Egyptian or Persian conquests surely affected it as little as the subsequent waves of Greek, Roman and other European invasions.

[58] .The studio's next gangster film, The Public Enemy,[59] made James Cagney arguably the studio's new top star,[60] and Warner Bros.^ Acknowledgment (Kaleidoscope Films wishes to thank for scenes from "The Main Event") (as Warner Bros.
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^ They also had their own news agency, picture service, film studio and even a zoo to serve their children's papers."
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^ Clips Courtesy Of (as Warner Bros) "20 to 1: Child Stars: Where Are They Now?
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was now convinced to make more gangster films.[59]
.Another gangster film the studio produced was the critically acclaimed I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang, based on a true story and starring Paul Muni.^ Production Company (as The Vitaphone Corporation) I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang (1932) ...
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[61] .In addition to Cagney and Robinson, Muni was also given a big push as one the studio's top gangster stars[62] after appearing in the successful film,[59] which got audiences to question the legal system in the United States.^ So the German bankers — the German-Jews — Kuhn Loeb and the other big banking firms in the United States refused to finance France or England to the extent of one dollar.

^ Brandeis was the number one Zionist in the United States; the head of them all, and he became very friendly with Wilson.

^ The writer seems to ignore the fact that the main reason Jews couldn't get out of Europe is that no one would let them in, including the United States.
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[63] .By January 1933, the film's protagonist Robert Elliot Burns — who was still imprisoned in New Jersey — and a number of different chain gang prisoners nationwide in the United States were able to appeal and were released.^ American Me (1992): Powerful film about a Latino crime lord, imprisoned since he was a teen, who learns he cannot escape the past after his release from jail.
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^ Brandeis was the number one Zionist in the United States; the head of them all, and he became very friendly with Wilson.

^ Who will trust Luther Whitney when he says he saw a woman killed and that the man responsible for her death is the President of the United States?
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[64] .In January 1933, Georgia chain gang warden J Harold Hardy — who was also made into a character in the film — sued the studio for displaying "vicious, brutual and false attacks" against him in the film.^ Is it not foolish, then, to show such readiness to flee from those who have sinned against a man, but to enter into fellowship with those who have committed outrages against God himself?
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^ Are you angering God who made your body, and are you calling to your aid the demon who plots against you?
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^ But it is impossible for a man to wage war on God and win So it was that, when these Jews made their attack against the Emperor, they forced him again to destroy Jerusalem completely.
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[65] .After appearing in the film The Man Who Played God, Bette Davis became a top star for the studio.^ Is it not foolish, then, to show such readiness to flee from those who have sinned against a man, but to enter into fellowship with those who have committed outrages against God himself?
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^ In the New Testament, the title redeemer ( lytr(o-)ts) appears only once and is given to Moses who is sent as such by God (Ac 7:35).
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^ The most reputable of the Jews fled to Egypt; but Onias, a righteous man and dear to God, who had hidden himself, was discovered by the besiegers.

[66]
.In 1933, relief for the studio came after Franklin D. Roosevelt became president and was able to stimulate the economy with the New Deal;[67] because of this economic rebound, Warner Bros.^ Production Company (as Warner Bros.-First National Pictures) The Pest That Came to Dinner (1948) ...
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^ WARNER BROS. STUDIOS – BURBANK, CALIFORNIA .
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again became profitable.[67] .The same year, long time head producer Darryl F. Zanuck quit.^ For we could not mention a time at which these predictions were accomplished other than the long and many years already past and the years which are going to be longer and more numerous still.
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.One reason was Harry Warner's relationship with Zanuck had become strained after Harry strongly opposed allowing Zanuck's film Baby Face to step outside Hays Code boundaries.^ The above status shows there is room for improvement and reinforces the reason to take one step forward now and vote yes to: .
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^ The above status shows there is room for improvement and reinforces the reason to take one step forward now and vote yes to enable shareholders to call for: .
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[68] .Also, the studio reduced Zanuck's salary as a result of the losses as a result of the Great Depression,[69] and Harry continued to refuse to restore it in the wake of the New Deal's rebound.^ Later on, a restored Jerusalem becomes one of the great symbols of eschatological salvation: a city illumined by the Lord, 187 given a new name and which becomes again the espoused of God.
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^ Claudius, the new emperor, restored the civic rights of the Alexandrian Jews and made Agrippa I. king over all the territories of Herod the Great.

^ The result is a great joy for all the people (2:10), redemption (1:68-69), salvation (2:30-31), glory for your people (2:32).
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[70] Zanuck resigned[71] and established his own company.[70] In the wake of Zanuck's resignation, Harry Warner agreed to again raise the salary for studio employees.[70]
.In 1933, Warner was able to bring newspaper tycoon William Randolph Hearst's Cosmopolitan films into the Warner Bros.^ Acknowledgment (Kaleidoscope Films wishes to thank for scenes from "The Main Event") (as Warner Bros.
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fold.[72] .Hearst had previously been signed with MGM,[73] but ended the relationship after a dispute with the company's head producer Irving Thalberg over the treatment of Marion Davies;[74] Davies was a longtime mistress of Hearst[74] and was struggling for box office success.^ Peggy's new success at work and boost in confidence threaten her office relationship.
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^ The promise envisages the establishment of a reciprocal relationship (Lk 1:73-74) between God and those descendents.
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[74] Through his partnership with Hearst, Warner was able to sign Davies to a studio contract.[72] Hearst's company and Davies' films, however, could not increase the studio's profits.[73]
.In 1934, the studio lost over $2.5 million,[75] of which $500,000 was the result of a fire at the Burbank studio at the end of 1934, destroying twenty years worth of early Vitagraph, Warner Bros., and First National films.^ But the Passover comes to an end on the twenty-first of that month.
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^ Over twenty years ago, aliens made first contact with Earth.
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^ According to these estimates the total Jewish population of the world in the year named was approximately 11,500,000.

[76] .The following year, Hearst's film adaption of William Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream failed at the box office and the studio's net loss increased.^ Distributor (1935) (USA) (theatrical) A Midsummer Night's Dream (1935) ...
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[77] .During this time, Warner Bros.^ Distributor (1991) (USA) (theatrical) (as Warner Bros Pictures A Time Warner Company) The Sheltering Sky (1990) ...
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President Harry Warner and six other movie studio figures were indicted of conspiracy to violate the Sherman Antitrust Act,[76] through an attempt to gain a monopoly over theaters in the St Louis area.[78] .In 1935, Harry was put on trial;[76] after a mistrial, Harry sold the company's movie theaters, at least for a short time, and the case was never reopened.^ If the man is a Christian, he will never put up with this; even he be a Judaizer times without number, he will never bring himself to say: 'I do approve.'
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^ The prophet put on the bandage and presented the case as if it were not the king but somebody else on trial, so that the king might pass the proper sentence.
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[79] 1935 also saw the studio rebound with a net profit of $674,158.00.[79]
.By 1936, contracts of musical and silent stars were not renewed and new talent, tough-talking, working-class types, were hired who more suitably fit in with these sort of pictures.^ It is also know that the Mossad agents busted in a white van in New York worked for a Mossad front Urban Moving Systems which was raided by police who took more than 12 computer hard drives.

^ Among these critics of German society was Kurt Tucholsky, "whose biting satire made him a hero of the more cosmopolitan segments of the German middle class.
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.Stars such as Dorothy Mackaill, Bebe Daniels, Frank Fay, Winnie Lightner, Bernice Claire, Alexander Gray, Alice White, and Jack Mulhall that had characterized the urban, modern, and sophisticated attitude of the 1920s gave way to stars such James Cagney, Joan Blondell, Edward G. Robinson, Warren William, and Barbara Stanwyck who would be more acceptable to the common man.^ And who would not requite such love?
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^ In this way you would find out that those among you who are today called patriarchs are not priests at all.
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^ Ten days ago, or more than ten, I anticipated this and gave an exhortation with the hope it would make your brothers safe.
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.The studio was one of the most prolific producers of Pre-Code pictures and had a lot of trouble with the censors once they started clamping down on what they considered indecency (around 1934).^ The Gay Divorcee (1934): In one of their best loved, most charming song-and-dance comedies, Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers demonstrate just how they became best known as America's greatest dance team.
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[80] As a result, Warner Bros. turned out a number of historical pictures from around 1935 in order to avoid confrontations with the Breen office. .In 1936, following the success of The Petrified Forest, Jack Warner also signed Humphrey Bogart to a studio contract.^ Distributor (1936) (USA) (theatrical), Distributor (1944) (USA) (theatrical) (re-release), Distributor (1954) (USA) (theatrical) (re-release) The Petrified Forest (1936) ...
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[81] .Warner, however, did not think Bogart was star material,[82] and decided to only cast Bogart in infrequent roles as a villain opposite either James Cagney or Edward Robinson over the next five years.^ Within the next hundred years, despite restrictions and persecutions in the new country, "there was no stratum to which the New Christians [Conversos] did not penetrate.
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^ Only the second is specifically said to be from Jerusalem (the remaining are of Judaeans), and the last has been plausibly connected with the murder of Gedaliah, an interval of five years being assumed.

^ Edward James Olmos directs and stars in this Latino masterpiece.
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[81]
.After Hal B. Wallis succeeded Zanuck in 1933[83] and the Hays Code began to be enforced in 1935, the studio was forced to abandon this realistic approach in order to produce more moralistic, idealized pictures.^ Unfortunately, it's easier to use violence to create a political order ruled by force, than to use violence to create a political order ruled by more progressive principles.
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The studio naturally turned to historical dramas which would not cause any problems with the censors. Other offerings included melodramas (or "women's pictures"), swashbucklers, and adaptations of best-sellers, with stars like Bette Davis, Olivia de Havilland, Paul Muni, and Errol Flynn. .In 1936, Bette Davis, by now arguably the studio's top star,[84] was unhappy with the roles Warner was giving her.^ Production Company (as Warner Bros.-First National Pictures) Give Me Your Heart (1936) ...
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She fled to England and tried to break her contract with Warner Bros..[84] Davis lost the lawsuit and soon returned to America.[85] .Although many of the studio's employees had problems with Jack Warner, they considered Albert and Harry fair.^ Many people in this day and age lack this ability, as they are so wound up in their own problems they don't have time for others'.
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[86]

Code era

.This period also saw the disappearance of a large number of actors and actresses who had characterized the realistic pre-Code era but who were not suited to the new trend into moral and idealized pictures.^ "New Englanders" as code words "Unseen, in the background, Fate was quietly slipping the lead into the boxing glove."
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^ They see to it that the number of those who have sinned is judged to be large even if only a few have fallen.
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^ The teaching of Jesus on the righteousness necessary for entry into the kingdom (5:20) proposes a very high religious and moral ideal (5:21-7:27).
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Warner Bros. remained a top studio in .Hollywood since the dawn of talkies, but this changed after 1935 as other studios, notably MGM, quickly overshadowed the prestige and glamour that previously characterized Warner Bros.^ Distributor (1935) (USA) (theatrical) (as Warner Bros.-First National Pictures) What, No Men!
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^ Distributor (1935) (USA) (theatrical) (as Warner Bros.
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^ Distributor (1935) (USA) (theatrical) (as Warner Bros.-First National Pictures Inc.
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However, in the late 1930s, Bette Davis became the studio's top draw and was even dubbed as "The Fifth Warner Brother."[87]
In 1935, Cagney sued Jack Warner for breach of contract.[88] .Cagney claimed Warner had forced him to star in more films than his contract required.^ Unfortunately, it's easier to use violence to create a political order ruled by force, than to use violence to create a political order ruled by more progressive principles.
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^ Do you not know that there is no more destructive force than rebellion and obstinacy?
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^ They got Woodrow Wilson, the man who had more ego than any man I have ever read about, they got him to head the Democratic Party.

[88] Cagney eventually dropped his lawsuit after a cash settlement.[89] Nevertheless, Cagney left the studio to establish an independent film company with his brother Bill.[90] .The Cagneys released their films though Grand National Films, however they were not able to get good financing for their productions[90] and ran out of money after their third film.^ They still think this is about figuring out whether Bush is good for Israel or not.
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^ When the king found out what the trouble was all about, and how much money they were making, he declared himself a fifty-percent partner of the money lenders.

^ The Nazis' early policies were intended to encourage the Jews to emigrate, and about half of the Jews in Germany did so--even despite the confiscatory fiscal policies that severely limited the amount of goods and money they could take out with them.
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[90] .Cagney then agreed to return to Warner Bros., after Jack Warner agreed to a contract guaranteeing Cagney would be treated to his own terms.^ So the prophet concealed his face and any statement of his business in the hope that this would give him the advantage when he did speak and that he might get the king to agree to the terms he wanted.
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[90] .After the success of Yankee Doodle Dandy at the box office, Cagney again questioned if the studio would meet his salary demand[91] and again quit to form his own film production and distribution company with his brother Bill.^ Production Company Yankee Doodle Daughters (1945) ...
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[91]
Another employee with whom Warner had troubles was studio producer Bryan Foy.[92] .In 1936, Wallis hired Foy as a producer for the studio's low budget B-films leading to his nickname "the keeper of the B's".[86] Foy was able to garnish arguably more profits than any other B-film producer at the time.^ More than the other Synoptic Gospels, Matthew is the Gospel of fulfilment Jesus has not come to abolish, but to fulfil for it insists more on the continuity with the Old Testament, basic for the idea of fulfilment.
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^ For he knew, he knew clearly, that this problem was more urgent than the others.
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^ To spare the other's life would be more unholy than any slaying.
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[86] .During Foy's time at the studio, however, Warner fired him seven different times.^ The Board notes that it has addressed this question three times during the last seven years and has reached different determinations, based on its conclusions of what was in the best interests of the Company and its stockholders.
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^ The mention of him deserting in '44 struck me as a bit weak in terms many were deserting during that time.
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^ The Company sold its remaining interest in Time Warner Telecom during 2006, generating a gain of approximately $800 million.
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[92]
.During 1936, the studio's film The Story of Louis Pasteur proved a box office success[93] and Paul Muni, the film's star, won the Oscar for Best Actor in March 1937.[93] The studio's 1937 film The Life of Emile Zola gave the studio its first Best Picture Oscar.^ Paul Davidson and Herman Fellner who founded "the first German film company."
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^ They also had their own news agency, picture service, film studio and even a zoo to serve their children's papers."
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^ But I gave you abundant evidence to prove that the city will not be restored nor will they get back their old commonwealth and way of life.
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[93]
In 1937, the studio hired Midwestern radio announcer Ronald Reagan.[94] .Although Reagan was initially a small-time B-film actor,[94] Warner Bros.^ Acknowledgment (Kaleidoscope Films wishes to thank for scenes from "The Main Event") (as Warner Bros.
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^ The meeting will be held on Friday, May 18, 2007, at 10:00 am (local time) at Warner Bros.
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was impressed by his performance in the final scene of .Knute Rockne, All American,[94] and agreed to pair him with Errol Flynn in their film Santa Fe Trail (1940).^ Production Company Santa Fe Trail (1940) ...
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Reagan then returned to B-films.[94] .After his performance in the studio's 1942 Kings Row, Warner decided to make Reagan a top star and signed him to a new contract, tripling his salary.^ The only fully efficacious sacrifice is the personal and existential offering of Christ making him the perfect High Priest, mediator of the new covenant.
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[95]
In 1936, Harry Warner's daughter Doris read a copy of Margaret Mitchell's Gone with the Wind and was interested in making a film adaptation.[96] Doris then offered Mitchell $50,000 for the book's screen rights.[96] .Jack, however, refused to allow the deal to take place, realizing it would be an expensive production.^ So by his veiled reference to that statue, Daniel showed both when and under whom the captivity would take place.
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^ He made it clear that the one kind of sacrifice would be abolished and another brought in to take its place when he said: 'Many are the wondrous works you have done.
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[96]
.Another studio actor who proved to be a problem for Jack Warner was George Raft.^ The soldier who has broken his sword can snatch another from some bystander, prove his courage, and show how eager he is for victory.
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[97] .Warner had signed Raft in 1939, hoping he could substitute in gangster pictures when either Robinson or Cagney were on suspension.^ Distributor (1939) (USA) (theatrical) (as Warner Bros.-First National Pictures Inc.
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[97] Raft had difficulty working with Bogart and refused to co-star in any film with him.[98] Eventually, Jack Warner agreed to release Raft from his contract.[99] .Following Raft's depature, the studio gave Bogart the role of Roy Earl in the 1941 film High Sierra,[99] which helped establish him as one of the studio's top stars;[100] following High Sierra, Bogart was also given a role in John Huston's successful 1941 remake of the studio's 1931 failure, The Maltese Falcon.^ So Paul never gave up frightening him, threatening him, punishing him both through his own efforts and with the help of others.
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^ His organization of local government and his efforts to maintain law and order brought him into collision with the Zealots and especially with John of Giscala, one of their leaders.

^ Maurice de Hirsch "helped place the first Turkish loan in Paris in 1854 and had, jointly, with the Ottoman bank, helped to establish the Credit Generale Ottoman in Constantinople, both of which gave him invaluable Turkish contacts."
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[101]

1930: Birth of Warner's cartoons

Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck are some of the characters that became central to the company's image.
Warner's cartoon unit had its roots in the independent Harman and Ising studio. From 1930 to 1933, Disney alumni Hugh Harman and Rudolf Ising produced a series of musical cartoons for Leon Schlesinger, who sold the shorts to Warner. Harman and Ising introduced their character Bosko in the first Looney Tunes cartoon, Sinkin' in the Bathtub, and created a sister series, Merrie Melodies, in 1931.[102]
Harman and Ising broke away from Schlesinger in 1933 due to a contractual dispute, taking Bosko with them to MGM. As a result, Schlesinger started his own studio, Leon Schlesinger Productions, which continued with Merrie Melodies while starting production on Looney Tunes starring Buddy, a Bosko clone. .By the end of the decade, a new Schlesinger production team, including directors Friz Freleng, Tex Avery, Robert Clampett, and Chuck Jones was formed.^ Production Company "The Tex Avery Show" (1997) ...
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Schlesinger's staff developed a fast-paced, irreverent style that made their cartoons immensely popular worldwide.
In 1936, Avery directing a string of cartoons, starring Porky Pig, which established the character as the studio's first bona fide star.[103] .In addition to Porky Pig, Warner Bros.^ Production Company (A Warner Bros.-First National Picture) Pigs in a Polka (1943) ...
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cartoon characters .Daffy Duck (who debuted in the 1937 short Porky's Duck Hunt) and Bugs Bunny (who debuted in the 1940 short A Wild Hare) also achieved star power.^ Production Company Daffy Duck Hunt (1949) ...
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^ Courtesy Of (Bugs Bunny "Fresh Hare") (as Warner Bros.
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[104] .By 1942, the Schlesinger studio had surpassed Walt Disney Studios as the most successful producer of animated shorts in the United States.^ In terms of employment structure, they resemble almost uncannily their fellows in the United States: their most often chosen occupations are medicine and law ...
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[105]
.Warner Bros eventually bought Schlesinger's cartoon unit in 1944, and in subsequent decades characters such as Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Tweety Bird, Sylvester, and Porky Pig became central to the company's image.^ Production Company (presents) Warner Bros.
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.Bugs in particular remains a mascot to Warner Bros.'^ Courtesy Of (Bugs Bunny "Fresh Hare") (as Warner Bros.
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various divisions and Six Flags (which Time Warner previously owned). .The studio's 1947 cartoon Tweetie Pie, the first pairing of Sylvester and Tweety, was a phenomenal success, and Tweety would always be paired with Sylvester from that point as a result, because the duo carried a high amount of star power.^ It's infuriating, because I know that if there is a time to stop it, it's NOW. There is always a point of no return, when the momentum is too great to stop.
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^ Glad you pointed it out because I missed it the first time!
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[106]

World War II

.According to Jack Warner in his autobiography, prior to the United States entering World War II, the head of Warner Bros.^ That’s how the United States got into the war.

^ The United States went in the war.

^ That’s how we got into World War II. .

sales in Germany, Joe Kauffman, was supposedly murdered by Nazis in Berlin in 1936[107] though there is strong doubt that this event actually happened.[108][109].Warner">Harry Warner produced the successful anti-German film The Life of Emile Zola (1937).^ Jews had infiltrated many areas of German life, particularly the media, through the newspapers they owned and edited, as well as the movies they wrote and produced."
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[110] .After that, Harry supervised the production of several more anti-German films, including Confessions of a Nazi Spy (1939),[111] The Sea Hawk (1940), which made King Phillip II an equivalent of Hitler,[112] Sergeant York,[112] and You're In The Army Now (1941).^ If he turns away from you now because of your sins, lie should have done so all the more in those days.
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^ You now go to church on Sunday, and kneel and you worship a Jew, and we’re Jews.” Well, they were pagan Khazars who were converted just the same as the Irish [were converted].

^ You’re above the average group in intelligence and I don’t think it’s necessary to impress this any more.

[112] .After the United States officially entered World War II, Harry Warner decided to focus on producing war films.^ That’s how the United States got into the war.

^ The United States went in the war.

^ That’s how we got into World War II. .

[113] Also, one-fourth of the studio's employees, including Jack Warner and his son Jack Jr., were drafted or enlisted.[113]
.Among the films the studio made during the war were Casablanca, Now, Voyager, Yankee Doodle Dandy (all 1942), This Is the Army, and Mission to Moscow (both 1943),[114] the latter became controversial a few years afterwards.^ This and especially Volume III describes the couple of thousand regular, routine inspection-visits that its doctors made through the war years to the Polish labour-camps.

^ The lengthy period during which the inspectors will have been unable to enter many Iraqi facilities has made it even less likely that they will be able to uncover all of Saddam’s secrets.

^ During the war against Austria in the year named, Isaac Pesaro Marogonato was finance minister in Venice .

.At the premieres of Yankee Doodle Dandy (in Los Angeles, New York, and London), audiences purchased $15.6 million in war bonds for the governments of England and the United States.^ That’s how the United States got into the war.

^ The United States went in the war.

^ So the German bankers — the German-Jews — Kuhn Loeb and the other big banking firms in the United States refused to finance France or England to the extent of one dollar.

[114] .By the middle of 1943, however, it became clear audiences were tired of war films.^ However, when it became clear that they weren't conventing, this friendliness turned to hostility.
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[114] Despite the growing pressure to abandon production of war films, Warner continued to produce them, losing money in the process.[114] .Eventually, in honor of the studio's contributions to the war cause, the United States Government named a Liberty ship after the brothers' father, Benjamin Warner, and Harry Warner was given the honor of christening the ship.^ That’s how the United States got into the war.

^ The United States went in the war.

^ This speech is an explanation of the plans now being laid to throw the United States into a third world war.

[114] By the time the war ended, $20 million in war bonds were purchased through the studio,[114] the Red Cross collected 5,200 pints of plasma from studio employees,[114] and 763 of the studio's employees served in the armed forces, including Harry Warner's son-in-law Milton Sperling and Jack's son Jack Warner Jr.[114]
Following a dispute over ownership of Casablanca's Oscar for Best Picture, head producer Hal B. Wallis broke with Warner and resigned.[115] After Casablanca made Bogart one of the studio's top stars,[116] Bogart found his relationship with Jack Warner deteriorating.[116] .In 1943, Olivia de Haviland (whom Warner was now loaning to different companies) sued Warner for breach of contract.^ Production Company (as Warner Bros.-First National Pictures) Our Alaskan Frontier (1943) ...
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[117]
.Warners cut its film production in half during the war, eliminating its B Picture unit in 1941. Bryan Foy was quickly snapped up by 20th Century Fox.^ I read an excellent article about the city of Toronto in the first half of the 20th century.
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^ All of it was written in PNAC papers in the 90s by the same authors who peddled their lies to the media during the run up to the war.

^ The city changed dramatically for the good in the last half of the 20th Century.
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[118]
De Haviland had refused to accept an offer to portray famed abolitionist Elizabeth Blackwell in an upcoming film for Columbia Pictures.[117] .Warner responded by sending 150 telegrams to different film production companies, warning them not to hire her for any role.^ Production Company (presents) Warner Bros.
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[117] .Afterwards, de Haviland discovered employment contracts in the United States could only serve a duration of seven years; de Haviland had been under contract with the studio since 1935.[119] The court ruled in de Haviland's favor[117] and she left the studio.^ The United States has been supplying, since the end of World War II, 32 billion dollars of the taxpayer’s money.

^ Under Order 39, they could sign leases and contracts that would last for forty years.” .

^ That’s how they are going to turn against the United States; the same way they turned against Germany; after everything Germany did for them, since 1822.

[117] Through de Haviland's victory, many of the studio's longtime actors were now freed from their contracts,[117] and Harry Warner decided to terminate the studio's suspension policy.[120]
.The same year, Jack Warner also signed newly-released MGM actress Joan Crawford, a former top star who found her career fading.^ The man who had been thirty-eight years in the grip of his infirmity used to rush each year to the pool and each year he was driven back and found no cure.
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[121] .Crawford's first role with the studio was 1944's Hollywood Canteen.^ Production Company (present) Hollywood Canteen (1944) ...
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[122] .Her first starring role at the studio, in the title role as Mildred Pierce (1945), revived her career[122] and earned her an Oscar for Best Actress.^ Distributor Mildred Pierce (1945) ...
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[123]

Post–World War II: Changing hands

.The record attendance figures of the World War II years made the Warner brothers rich.^ That’s how we got into World War II. .

^ This and especially Volume III describes the couple of thousand regular, routine inspection-visits that its doctors made through the war years to the Polish labour-camps.

^ Because after two wars fought in Europe – World War I and World War II — if it wasn’t possible for them to live in peace and harmony with the people in Europe, like their brethren are living in the United States, what were the two wars fought for ?

.The gritty Warner image of the 1930s gave way to a glossier look, especially in women's pictures starring Davis, de Havilland, and Crawford.^ Production Company (A Warner Bros.-First National Picture) Stars on Horseback (1943) ...
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The 1940s also saw the rise of Bogart. .In the post-war years, Warner Bros.^ In the post-war years, anyone claiming to have a personal memory of the German gas-chambers would be liable to have Paul Rassinier turn up on their doorstep.

continued to create new stars, like Lauren Bacall and Doris Day. The studio prospered greatly after the war.[124] .By 1946, company payroll reached $600,000 a week[125] and net profit $19.4 million.^ Each individual account is reduced by such taxes on a net operating profit basis and credited for any reduction in the Company’s taxes in the event the account sustains a net operating loss.
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.One problem for Warner Bros., however, was Jack Warner's refusal to meet Screen Actors Guild salary demands.^ The meeting will be held on Friday, May 18, 2007, at 10:00 am (local time) at Warner Bros.
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[126] In September 1946, the employees engaged in a month-long strike.[126] .In retaliation, Warner-during his 1947 testmony before Congress, for making the 1942 Russian propaganda film Mission to Moscow - accused a number of studio employees of having ties to Communists.^ The attachment to Jesus of a great number of Jews, during his public life and after his resurrection, confirms this perspective, as does Jesus' choice of twelve Jews to share in his mission and continue his work.
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[127] By the end of 1947, the studio reached a record net profit of $22 million.[128] This dropped 50% the following year.[128]
.On January 5, 1948, Warner offered the first color newsreel, covering the Tournament of Roses Parade and the Rose Bowl Game.^ Production Company (presents) (A Warner Bros.-First National Picture) Gorilla My Dreams (1948) ...
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In 1948, Bette Davis, still the studio's top actress and now fed up with Jack Warner, was a big problem for Harry after she and a number of her fellow colleagues left the studio after completing the film Beyond the Forest.[129]
Warner was a party to the United States v. Paramount Pictures, Inc. anti-trust case of the 1940s. .This action, brought by the Justice Department and the Federal Trade Commission, claimed the five integrated studio-theater chain combinations restrained competition.^ Large Penalties : Time Warner has paid the U.S. Department of Justice and the Securities and Exchange Commission $350 million dollars in 2004 and 2005.
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The Supreme Court heard the case in 1948, and ruled in favor of the government. .As a result, Warner and four other major studios were forced to separate production from exhibition.^ Production Company (as Warner Bros.-First National Pictures) Task Force (1949) ...
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In 1949, the studio's net profit was only $10 million.[128]
Warner Bros. set up two semi-independent production units that made films for the studio. .One of these was Harry Warner's son-in-law Milton Sperling's United States Pictures.^ So the German bankers — the German-Jews — Kuhn Loeb and the other big banking firms in the United States refused to finance France or England to the extent of one dollar.

^ I can't help but wonder how many of these criminals now reside in the United States."
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^ You do not think, do you, that I am the one who brings up the law on which these charges are based, nor that I make up the form which the accusation takes?
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In the early 1950s, the threat of television had grown greatly, and in 1953, Jack Warner decided to take a new approach to compete with the rising threat.[130] .In the wake of United Artists' successful 3-D film Bwana Devil, Jack decided to expand into 3-D films with the studio's 1953 film House of Wax.^ Production Company House of Wax (1953) ...
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[131] Unfortunately, despite the success of House of Wax, 3-D films soon lost their appeal among moviegoers.[132]
.3-D almost caused the demise of the Warner Bros.'s cartoon studio.^ Cartoon Clip Courtesy Of (as Warner Bros.
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.Having completed a 3-D Bugs Bunny cartoon, Lumber Jack-Rabbit, Jack Warner ordered the animation unit to be shut down, erroneously believing that all cartoons hence would be produced in the 3-D process.^ Production Company Bugs Bunny's 3rd Movie: 1001 Rabbit Tales (1982) ...
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Several months later, Warner relented and reopened the cartoon studio. Fortunately, Warner Bros. had enough of a backlog of cartoons and a healthy reissue program so that there was no noticeable interruption in the release schedule.
.After the downfall of 3-D films, Harry Warner decided to use CinemaScope in future Warner Bros.^ Acknowledgment (Kaleidoscope Films wishes to thank for scenes from "The Main Event") (as Warner Bros.
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films.[133] .One of the studio's first CinemaScope films, The High and the Mighty (now owned by John Wayne's company Batjac), enabled the studio to show a profit.^ Now, people struggle everywhere...the wry joke is that it's the first first world country to become a third world one.
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^ Certainly, until the holy ones of old returned to their own fatherland, they practiced none of the rites which you now practice.
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^ The best general is the one who not only repels the siege engines of the enemy but first puts down rebellion within his own city.
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[134]
Early in 1953, the Warner theater holdings were spun off as Stanley Warner Theaters; Stanley Warner's non-theater holdings were sold to Simon Fabian Enterprises,[135] and its theaters merged with RKO Theatres to become RKO-Stanley Warner Theatres.[136] By 1956, however, the studio was losing money.[137] By the end of 1953, the studio's net profit was $2.9 million[138] and ranged between $2 and $4 million for the next two years.[139] .In February 1956, Jack Warner sold the rights to all of the studio's pre-1950 films to Associated Artists Productions (which merged with United Artists Television in 1958).^ Production Company (in association with) (as Warner Bros.
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[140][141]
.In May 1956, the brothers announced they were putting Warner Bros.^ His brothers according to the flesh (Rm 9:3) have stumbled over the stumbling stone put there by God; rather than relying on faith, they relied on works (9:32).
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^ Clips Courtesy Of (as Warner Bros) "20 to 1: Child Stars: Where Are They Now?
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on the market.[142] Jack, however, secretly organized a syndicate – headed by Boston banker Serge Semenenko[137]– to purchase 800,000 shares, 90% of the company's stock.[137] .After the three brothers sold, Jack — through his under-the-table deal — joined Semenenko's syndicate[143] and bought back all his stock, 200,000 shares.^ Therefore, let us not shrink back from the task but, with all the zeal and desire we possess, let us go hunting for our brothers.
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[143] .Shortly after the deal was completed in July,[144] Jack — now the company's largest stockholder — appointed himself new president.^ Production Company New Jack City (1991) ...
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[145] By the time Harry and Albert learned of their brother's dealings, it was too late.[144] .Shortly after the deal was closed, Jack Warner announced the company and its subsidiaries would be "directed more vigorously to the acquisition of the most important story properties, talents, and to the production of the finest motion pictures possible."^ Production Company (in association with) (as Warner Bros.
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[146]

Warner Bros. Television

.By 1949, with the success of television threatening the film industry more and more, Harry Warner decided to shift his focus towards television production.^ Production Company (a Warner Communications company) (presents) Swing Shift (1984) ...
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[130] However, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) would not permit it.[130] After an unsuccessful attempt to convince other movie studio bosses to switch their focus to television, Harry abandoned his television efforts.[130]
.The other Warner brother, Jack, began his hatred of television with problems with Milton Berle being hired by the studio to make an unsuccessful film Always Leave Them Laughing during the peak of his television popularity.^ Distributor (1949) (USA) (theatrical) Always Leave Them Laughing (1949) ...
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.Warner felt that Berle wasn't strong enough as a lead to carry a film and that people wouldn't pay to see the man they could see on television for free.^ But we are not free from blame, because we have neglected them in their hour of illness; if we had shown great concern for them and they had the benefit of this care, they could not possibly still be sick.
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^ The same as one group, the Prohibitionists, fought the people who were interested in liquor, and they didn’t fight one another with pistols, they did it every way they could.

^ So you see that he who struck the prophet goes free, while he who refused to strike him perishes; you see that he who spared a man's life is punished, while he who refused to spare a life is held in esteem.
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However Jack Warner was pressured into using Berle, even replacing Danny Kaye with him[147]. Berle's outrageous behaviour on the set and the film's massive failure proving Jack Warner right led to Jack Warner forbidding television sets appearing in the studio's film sets.[148]
In 1954, the studio was finally able engage in television through the successful Warner Bros. Television unit run by William T. Orr, Jack Warner's son-in-law. Warner Bros. Television provided the ABC with a weekly show, Warner Bros. .Presents; the show featured a rotating series of shows based on three of the studio's film successes, Kings Row, Casablanca and Cheyenne, followed by a promotion for one of Warner's big screen films.^ Fame (2009): This movie is based on the 1980 film which follows NYC talent attending the New York City High School for the Performing Arts.
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^ This movie is based on the 1980 film which follows NYC talent attending the New York City High School for the Performing Arts.
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[149] It was not a success.[150] The studio's next effort, making a weekly series out of Cheyenne, would be.[151] .Cheyenne was television's first one hour Western with two episodes placed together for feature film release outside the United States.^ Brandeis was the number one Zionist in the United States; the head of them all, and he became very friendly with Wilson.

^ "'Bananagate,'" noted Langley and Schoonover, "was yet another episode in the sordid record of the United States and, particularly, of United Fruit of Central America."
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^ Human wickedness was released against the Holy and Just One (Ac 3:14) and put him in a state of terrible wretchedness.
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.In the tradition of their B Pictures, the studio followed up with a series of rapidly produced popular Westerns, such as Maverick, Bronco, and Colt .45.^ For such a thoughtful diary, way to over simplify in the follow-up.
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[151] .The success of these series helped to make up for the losses on the film side.^ These people have serious issues, it's why they obsess with end of the world crap instead of trying to make the most of what they have.
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[151] As a result, Jack Warner decided to emphasize television production.[152] Warners then produced a series of popular private detective shows beginning with 77 Sunset Strip (1958–64) followed by Hawaiian Eye (1959–1963), Bourbon Street Beat (1960) and Surfside Six (1960–1962).
.Within a few years, the studio, in a matter reminiscent of their problems with James Cagney and Bette Davis, provoked hostility among their emerging contract TV stars like Clint Walker and James Garner, who sued over a contract dispute[153] and won.^ The last few years of the Judaean kingdom present several difficult problems.

^ Hostility towards the dynasty culminated a few years later in a conspiracy which placed on the throne the general Jehu, the son of one Jehoshaphat (or, otherwise, of Nimshi).

^ Within two years Germany had won that war: not alone won it nominally, but won it actually.

Edd Byrnes was not so lucky and bought himself out of his contract. .Jack Warner was angered by the perceived ingratitude of television actors, who evidently showed more independence than film actors, and this deepened his contempt for the new medium.^ They got Woodrow Wilson, the man who had more ego than any man I have ever read about, they got him to head the Democratic Party.

^ And the Jews are more savage than any highwaymen; they do greater harm to those who have fallen among them.
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^ Recent criticism goes to show that there is a very considerable body of biblical material, more important for its attitude to the history than for its historical accuracy, the true meaning of which cannot as yet be clearly perceived.

[154] Many of Warners television stars appeared in the casts of Warner's cinema releases of the time. In 1963 as a result of a court decision Warners has to cease their contracts with their television stars, engaging them for specific series or film roles. .In the same year Jack Webb took over the television unit and did not have any successes.^ That’s how they are going to turn against the United States; the same way they turned against Germany; after everything Germany did for them, since 1822.

Warner Bros. Records

Warner Bros. was already the owner of extensive music-publishing holdings, whose tunes had appeared in countless Warners cartoons (arranged by Carl Stalling) and television shows (arranged by Max Steiner[155]).
In 1958 the studio launched Warner Bros. Records. .Initially the label released recordings made by their television stars whether they could sing or not and records based on the soundtracks of favourite Warner Bros.^ My wife and I were talking tonight, wondering what kind of country our kids were going to grow up in, and whether they could be equal members of society.
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^ Even better, investors could take 100 percent of the profits they made in Iraq outside of the country; they would not be required to reinvest and they would not be taxed.

^ Excerpts Courtesy Of ("A Star Is Born" and "The Wizard of Oz") (as Warner Bros.
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Television shows.
In 1963, Jack Warner agreed to a "rescue takeover" of Frank Sinatra's Reprise Records.[156] The deal gave Sinatra US$1.5 million and part ownership of Warner Bros. .Records, with Reprise becoming a sub-label[156]; most significantly for Warner Bros.'s future music operations, the deal also brought Reprise manager Morris "Mo" Ostin into the company.^ Production Company (presents) Warner Bros.
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.In 1964, upon seeing the profits record companies made from Warner film music, Jack Warner decided to claim ownership of the studio's film soundtracks and focus on making profits through Warner Bros.^ Production Company (in association with) (as Warner Bros.
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Records.[157] .In its first eighteen months, Warner Bros.^ Production Company (as Warner Bros.-First National Pictures) I Was Framed (1942) ...
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Records lost around $2 million.[158]

New owners

Warner Bros. rebounded in the late .1950s, specializing in adaptations of popular plays like The Bad Seed (1956), No Time for Sergeants (1958), and Gypsy (1962).^ Production Company No Time for Sergeants (1958) ...
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With his health slowly recovering from a car accident while vactioning in France in 1958, Jack returned to the studio and made sure his name was featured in studio press releases.[159] .In each of the first three years of the 1960s, the studio's net profit was a little over $7 million.^ What I have said has sufficiently proved that the three captivities were predicted, the first lasting for four hundred years, the second for seventy, and the third for three and a half years.
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^ Now, our nuclear bombs have a capacity of 10 megatons, or 10 million tons of TNT. That was when they were first developed five or six years ago.

[159] Warner paid an unprecedented $5.5 million for the film rights to the Broadway musical My Fair Lady in February 1962. The previous owner, CBS director William S. Paley, set terms including half the distributor's gross profits "plus ownership of the negative at the end of the contract."[160] In 1963, the net profit dropped to $3.7 million.[159] .By the mid-1960s, motion picture production was in decline.^ Production Company Motion Pictures on the Fighting Front (1944) ...
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.There were few studio-produced films and many more co-productions (for which Warner provided facilities, money, and distribution), and pickups of independently made pictures.^ For many Jews, the veil with which Moses covered his face remains over the Old Testament (2 Co 3:13,15), thus preventing them from recognising Christ's revelation there.
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^ Because it has been said on radio and more so because people have made films about it, many people can recite the arguments for the inside job in their sleep.

^ He answered that many people had told him that oaths sworn there were more to be feared.
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.With the success of the studio's 1965 Broadway play The Great Race,[158] as well as its soundtrack,[158] Warner Bros.^ Production Company The Great Race (1965) ...
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^ Footage (Malcolm X © 1992, The Great Lie © 1941, The Jazz Singer © 1927 and Jezebel © 1938 courtesy of) (as Warner Bros.
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Records became a profitable subsidiary. The studio's 1966 film Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf? was a huge success at the box office.[161]
.In November 1966, Jack gave in to advancing age and the changing times,[162] selling control of the studio and its music business to Seven Arts Productions, run by the Canadian investors Elliot and Kenneth Hyman, for $32 million.^ Individual leaders in times of stress acquired a recognized supremacy, and, once a tribe outstripped the rest, the opportunities for continued advance gave further scope to their authority.

[163] .The company, including the studio, was renamed Warner Bros.-Seven Arts.^ Production Company (in association with) (as Warner Bros.
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^ Production Company (presents) Warner Bros.
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.Jack Warner did, however, remain studio president until the summer of 1967, when Camelot failed at the box office and Warner gave up his position to the studio's longtime publicity director, Ben Kalmenson;[164] Warner did, however, remain on board as an independent producer and vice-president.^ The Board previously determined that two former directors, Carla A. Hills and Miles R. Gilburne, who did not stand for re-election at the Company’s 2006 Annual Meeting, were independent during their service as directors for part of 2006.
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^ In such a circumstance, the remaining Independent Directors who did not receive the majority-withheld vote would select a director to manage the process.
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^ "He did not reckon," notes Lewis Wirth, "with the fact that the Jews of Amsterdam were financially interested in the company that employed him and were represented in the Board of Directors."
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[163] .With the success of the studio's 1967 film Bonnie and Clyde, Warner Bros was making profits once again.^ Acknowledgment (Kaleidoscope Films wishes to thank for scenes from "The Main Event") (as Warner Bros.
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[165]
.Two years later, the Hymans, now fed up with Jack Warner,[165] accepted a cash-and-stock offer from an odd conglomerate called Kinney National Company for more than $64 million.^ 'Cause they're working for the clampdown They put up a poster saying we earn more than you!
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^ Auschwitz, but probably overall, more Jews were killed by so-called ‘natural’ causes [starvation, disease, sickness and overwork] than by ‘unnatural’ ones.

^ For we could not mention a time at which these predictions were accomplished other than the long and many years already past and the years which are going to be longer and more numerous still.
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[165] Kinney owned a Hollywood talent agency, Ashley-Famous,[166] and it was Ted Ashley who led Kinney head Steve Ross to purchase Warner Bros. .Ashley became the new head of the studio, and the name was changed to Warner Bros., Inc.^ Distributor (1936) (USA) (theatrical) (as Warner Bros.Pictures) (Inc.
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^ Distributor (1949) (USA) (theatrical) (as Warner Bros.-First National Pictures Inc.
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^ Distributor (1934) (USA) (theatrical) (as Warner Bros.-First National Pictures Inc.
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once again. .Jack Warner, however, was outraged by the Hymans' sale,[165] and decided to retire.^ However, as permitted by the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974, as amended (“ERISA”), the Company has adopted the Time Warner Excess Benefit Pension Plan (the “Excess Benefit Plan”).
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[165]
.Although movie audiences had shrunk, Warner's new management believed in the drawing power of stars, signing co-production deals with several of the biggest names of the day, among them Paul Newman, Robert Redford, Barbra Streisand, and Clint Eastwood, carrying the studio successfully through the 1970s and 1980s.^ The Company hired new senior management at AOL with strength in operations to carry out the revised strategy.
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^ In identifying new director candidates, the Committee seeks advice and names of candidates from Committee members, other members of the Board, members of management, and other public and private sources.
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^ When he said: "As often as," Paul gave the right and power to decide this to those who approach the mysteries, and freed them from any obligation to observe the festival days.
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Warner Bros. also made major profits on films built around the characters of .Superman and Batman, owned by Warner Bros.^ Footage Courtesy Of ("Casablanca", "Poltergeist", "The Wizard Of Oz", "The Shining", "Batman", "Sudden Impact", "Dirty Harry", "Cool Hand Luke") (as Warner Bros.
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^ Courtesy Of (footage from "Superman The Movie") (as Warner Bros.
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subsidiary DC Comics.
Abandoning the mundane parking lots and funeral homes, the refocused Kinney renamed itself in honor of its best-known holding, Warner Communications. Throughout the 1970s and 1980s Warner Communications branched out into other business, such as its acquiring of video game company Atari, Inc. in 1976, and later the Six Flags theme parks.
.From 1971 until the end of 1987, Warner's international distribution operations were a joint venture with Columbia Pictures, and in some countries, this joint venture also distributed films from other companies (like EMI Films and Cannon Films in the UK).^ I think a lot of these kids' parents were anti-semitic and they were also against each other's countries--it was like a mini-Balkans in that class.
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^ For example, unlike other companies, Time Warner does not have a classified board with staggered terms for directors.
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.Warner ended the venture in 1988 and joined up with Walt Disney Pictures; this joint venture lasted until 1993, when Disney created Buena Vista International.^ Pictures A Warner Communications Company) Stand and Deliver (1988) ...
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.In 1972 in a cost-cutting move, Warner and Columbia Pictures formed a partnership called The Burbank Studios in which they would share production facilities utilitizing the Warner lot in Burbank.^ The Twelve and others would have shared Jesus' Galilean mentality, although the environs of the lake of Galilee where they lived were more cosmopolitan than Nazareth.
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^ Studios, 4000 Warner Boulevard, in Burbank, California.
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^ And they used to call Wilson, at Princeton, “Peck’s bad boy.” When she got a divorce and moved to Washington, she married a man who had a son.

The partnership ended in 1990 when Columbia moved into the former MGM studio lot in Culver City.
To the surprise of many, flashy, star-driven Warner Communications merged in 1989 with the white-shoe publishing company Time Inc. Though Time and its magazines claimed a higher tone, it was the Warner Bros. film and music units which provided the profits. .The Time Warner merger was almost derailed when Paramount Communications (Formerly Gulf+Western, later sold to Viacom), launched a $12.2 billion dollar hostile takeover bid for Time Inc., forcing Time to acquire Warner for $14.9 billion dollar cash/stock offer.^ Common Stock held in the Time Warner Inc.
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^ RESOLVED: that shareholders of Time Warner Inc.
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^ Committee reviews but whose compensation is approved by the compensation committee of Time Warner Cable Inc.
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.Paramount responded with a lawsuit filed in Delaware court to break up the merger.^ Three were filed in the New York State Supreme Court for the County of New York, four were filed in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York and four were filed in the Court of Chancery of the State of Delaware for New Castle County.
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^ On April 20, 2006, plaintiffs in the four lawsuits filed in the Court of Chancery of the State of Delaware for New Castle County filed a new complaint in the U.S. District Court .
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Paramount lost and the merger proceeded.
.In 1997, Time Warner sold the Six Flags unit.^ The Company sold its remaining interest in Time Warner Telecom during 2006, generating a gain of approximately $800 million.
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^ The awards of options to purchase the Common Stock and restricted stock units in 2006 to the named executive officers were made under the Time Warner Inc.
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^ Time Warner will be performance-based, and the Committee has approved the terms of performance stock units to be awarded beginning in 2007.
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.The takeover of Time Warner in 2000 by then-high-flying AOL did not prove a good match, and following the collapse in "dot-com" stocks, the AOL name was banished from the corporate nameplate.^ They refused his invitation, but, at that time, they did admit to the very things I just lately proved to you, namely, that they were not allowed to offer their sacrifices outside Jerusalem.
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^ Enough that the individual did his duty in the state of life in which he was set and left behind him a good name at his death.

^ This did not happen in the times of the good emperors; no one can say that the Christians came and prevented the work from being finished.
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Warner Bros. owned FremantleMedia & subsidiaries Sony Pictures in January 5, 2009. FremantleMedia re-launched new era Thames Television & purchase The Program Exchange. Nicktoons purchase by FremantleMedia & Subsidiaries MTV Networks & Viacom.

1995–present

A panoramic view over today's studio premises.
.In 1995, Warner and station owner Tribune Company of Chicago launched The WB Network, finding a niche market in teenagers.^ The Company restructured or sold a number of other businesses, including The WB Network, Time Warner Book Group, Turner South, and interests in theme parks in Australia.
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^ Production Company (presents) (copyright owners) (as Warner Bros.
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The WB's early programming included an abundance of teenage fare like Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Smallville, and Dawson's Creek. .Two dramas produced by Spelling Television, 7th Heaven and Charmed also helped bring The WB into the spotlight, with "Charmed" lasting eight seasons and being the longest running drama with female leads and "7th Heaven" surviving eleven seasons and being the longest running family drama and longest running show for The WB. In 2006, Warner and CBS Paramount Television decided to close The WB and CBS's UPN and jointly launch The CW Television Network.^ Mr. Parsons pursued several initiatives to streamline the Company’s asset mix, including: acquiring the remaining 50% interest in Court TV; shutting down The WB Network and entering into a joint venture with CBS to form The CW, which debuted in September 2006; and selling the Time Warner Book Group, Turner South, the AOL Europe access businesses, and the Company’s remaining interest in Time Warner Telecom.
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^ Even so, he did not run to the soothsayers, he did not go to the charm-users, he did not tie an amulet around his neck, but he waited for God to help him.
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^ Gina Top Pick: You've seen Jackie Warner whip celebrities into shape on the hit Bravo show Workout!
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.In the late 1990s, Warner obtained rights to the Harry Potter novels, and released feature film adaptations of the first in 2001, the second in 2002, the third in June 2004, the fourth in November 2005, and the fifth on July 11, 2007. The sixth was slated for November 2008, but Warner moved it to July 2009 only three months before the movie was supposed to come out, citing the lack of summer blockbusters in 2009 (due to the Writer's Strike) as the reason.^ The second third of the first century 4.
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^ The second third of the first century .
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^ When, on the Day of Atonement, you walk into a synagogue, the very first prayer that you recite, you stand — and it’s the only prayer for which you stand — and you repeat three times a short prayer.

[167] .The decision was purely financial, and Alan Horn said, "There were no delays.^ I should say, there will be no one hereafter who will dare to flee to them, and the body of the Church will be unsullied and pure.
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^ I know that some suspect me of rashness because I said there is no difference between the theater and the synagogue; but I suspect them of rashness if they do not think that this is so.
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^ The Policy is designed to ensure that there is no delegation by the Audit and Finance Committee of authority or responsibility for pre-approval decisions to management of the Company.
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I’ve seen the movie. It is fabulous. We would have been perfectly able to have it out in November.”[168] This resulted in a massive fan backlash.[169] The seventh and final adaptation, to be shown in two parts, has been announced for 2010 and 2011.
Over the years, Warner Bros. has had distribution and/or co-production deals with a number of small companies. .These include (but are not limited to) Amblin Entertainment, The Zanuck Company, Morgan Creek Productions (now working with Universal Studios), Regency Enterprises (now working with 20th Century Fox), Village Roadshow Pictures, Icon Productions, Legendary Pictures, Heyday Films, Malpaso Productions, Virtual Studios, Silver Pictures (including Dark Castle Entertainment), The Ladd Company, Castle Rock Entertainment and The Geffen Film Company.^ Production Company Smart as a Fox (1946) ...
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^ Production Company (A First National Picture) Racket Busters (1938) ...
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^ Production Company Fox Pop (1942) ...
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Spyglass Entertainment.
Warner Bros. played a large part in the discontinuation of the HD DVD format. On January 4, 2008, Warner Bros. announced that they would drop support of HD DVD in favor of Blu-ray Disc.[170] HD DVDs would continue to be released through May 2008 (when their contract with the HD DVD promotion group expired), but only following Blu-ray and DVD releases. This started a chain of events which resulted in HD DVD development and production being halted by Toshiba on February 16, 2008, ending the format war.
Warner Bros. and National CineMedia have formed a partnership to provide pre-feature entertainment and advertising in movie theaters nationwide.[171]
Warner Bros. celebrated its 90th anniversary on June 1, 2008 even though the company celebrated for its 85th anniversary for films only.
In 2009, Warner Bros. became the first studio in history to gross more than $2 billion domestically in a single year.
.It is responsible for the Harry Potter film series, the highest grossing film series of all time.^ Jews for all time) are responsible for the death of Christ.
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^ Distributor (2004) (worldwide) (all media) Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (2004) ...
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^ Distributor (2001) (USA) (theatrical) (an AOL Time Warner company) Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (2001) (VG) ...
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.Warner Brothers is also responsible for The Dark Knight, the 2008 Academy Award-winning Batman film that eventually became the studio's highest grossing film ever with over $1 billion.^ Distributor (2008) (USA) (theatrical) The Dark Knight (2008) ...
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^ Production Company (presents) The Dark Knight (2008) ...
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Warner Bros. films were the top-grossing films worldwide for .2001('Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone"), 2005 ("Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire") and 2008 (The Dark Knight).^ Thanks "Omnibus: J.K. Rowling: Harry Potter and Me" (2001) ...
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^ Distributor (2001) (USA) (theatrical) (an AOL Time Warner company) Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (2001) (VG) ...
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^ Distributor (2005) (USA) (theatrical) Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (2005) ...
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Film library

Warner Bros Village in Florence
Over the years, a series of mergers and acquisitions have helped Warner Bros. .(the present-day Time Warner subsidiary) to accumulate a diverse collection of movies, cartoons, and television programs.^ Francis Vincent, a director of the Company, subleases office space located at the offices of the Company’s subsidiary, Time Warner Cable Inc., in Connecticut.
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^ Health and Welfare Programs.     The Company maintains a health and welfare program in which the executives participate that is generally available to all employees of Time Warner and its divisions.
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^ Strengthening the management teams and diversity of employees at Time Warner and across the divisions .
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.In the aftermath of the 1948 antitrust suit, uncertain times led Warner Bros.^ The meeting will be held on Friday, May 18, 2007, at 10:00 am (local time) at Warner Bros.
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^ Production Company (presents) (A Warner Bros.-First National Picture) Gorilla My Dreams (1948) ...
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^ Distributor (1991) (USA) (theatrical) (as Warner Bros Pictures A Time Warner Company) The Sheltering Sky (1990) ...
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in .1956 to sell most of its pre-1950[140][141] films and cartoons to a holding company which became Associated Artists Productions (a.a.p.^ Production Company (in association with) (as Warner Bros.
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^ Production Company Stage Door Cartoon (1944) ...
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^ Production Company Hold Your Horses (1954) ...
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). .Two years later, a.a.p.^ Only two years later, after a great fire ravaged Rome in July 64, the emperor Nero (54-68) persecuted the Christians in the capital city.
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^ Two years later Julius Caesar made himself master of Rome and despatched the captive Aristobulus with two legions to win Judaea (49 B.C.).

was sold to United Artists (UA), which held them until 1981, when MGM bought UA.
.Three years later, Turner Broadcasting System, having failed to buy MGM, settled for ownership of the MGM/UA library.^ In addition, in connection with the arrangements established in the fall of 2001 when Mr. Pace moved from Turner Broadcasting System, Inc.
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^ The amounts reported for Mr. Pace consist of the aggregate earnings for 2006 and the aggregate year-end balance with respect to his nonqualified deferred compensation under the Turner Broadcasting System Supplemental Benefit Plan ($1,314,752) and the Turner Broadcasting System, Inc.
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^ Already in the 15th century B.C. Palestine was inhabited by a settled people whose language, thought and religion were not radically different several hundred years later.

This included almost all pre-1986 MGM features with the exception of those owned by United Artists (i.e. James Bond franchise)
.Previously owned by HiT Entertainment/Lyric Studios, and Playhouse Disney, since 2007, Warner Bros.^ The meeting will be held on Friday, May 18, 2007, at 10:00 am (local time) at Warner Bros.
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^ WARNER BROS. STUDIOS – BURBANK, CALIFORNIA .
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now owns the rights to produce The Wiggles with the first production "Getting Strong" DVD and "Pop Goes the Wiggles" and future DVDs.
.In 2007, Warner Bros.^ The meeting will be held on Friday, May 18, 2007, at 10:00 am (local time) at Warner Bros.
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added the .Peanuts/Charlie Brown library to its collection (this includes all the television specials and series outside of the theatrical library, which continues to be owned by CBS and Paramount through United Feature Syndicate, licensor and owner of the Peanuts material).^ This tendency continues to manifest itself: the responsibility of the Nazis has been extended to include all Germans, that of certain western lobbies to include all Europeans, that of certain illegal immigrants to include all Africans.
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^ Now, Mr. Roosevelt figured, and it’s in Mr. Stimson’s diary, in his own handwriting, which is in the room at Yale Library containing all Mr. Henry L. Stimson’s papers – he was the Secretary of Defense.

^ Liberty Media Corporation (“Liberty”) is, through its wholly owned subsidiary, the holder of all of the outstanding shares of the Company’s Series LMCN-V Stock, which holding provides Liberty with less than 1% of the Company’s outstanding voting power.
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In 2008, Warner Bros. absorbed New Line Cinema, as a result, WB added the New Line Cinema film and television library to its collection.
On October 15, 2009, Warner Bros. added the entire Sesame Street library to its collection, in conjunction with Sesame Workshop. They plan to release 10 titles each year, starting in 2010.

Peculiarities resulting from building this library

.A result of WB building up its library is that they own many works of certain people.^ How many miracles do they say that Apollonius of Tyana worked?
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^ Because, the Eastern European Jews outnumber all the rest by so many that they create the impression that they are the Jewish ‘race’; that they are the Jewish nation; that they are the Jewish people.

^ Then these SAME people could be lying about 911 with the media covering it up as they cover up all things related to Israel.

.For example, they own seven of the films directed by Stanley Kubrick (including five released by WB themselves and two originally from MGM), most of the films that Joan Crawford starred in (all her MGM and WB films), and all but four theatrical cartoons directed by Tex Avery (those four are owned by Universal), in addition to his final creation, The Kwicky Koala Show, as well as Chuck Jones' Looney Tunes and Tom and Jerry's 1963-1967 cartoons, and also his MGM non-T&J cartoons and specials.^ An attempt can be made to classify the Psalms around four central axes that retain a universal value in all times and cultures.
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^ In addition, service by an employee of the Company as a director of an entity where one of the Company’s directors or a member of the director’s family serves as a non-employee director shall generally be deemed not to create a material relationship.
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^ On several occasions, I've questioned people deeply about what they mean by "liberal media" and have been told, "Well, you know, those Jews who own the media."
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.Another anomaly in the WB library is The Goodbye Girl, which was originally a WB/MGM co-production.^ Production Company The Goodbye Girl (1977) ...
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Due to that, the copyright is now owned by both WB and Turner.

Material owned by WB

In addition to a majority of its own film and television library (pre-1950 and post-1949, with the former re-acquired from Turner), WB owns (both through its own in-house unit and its Turner Entertainment subsidiary combined):

Exceptions

WB

.
  • Certain John Wayne Warner films are owned by Batjac, Wayne's company, as are other Batjac productions not starring Wayne - Paramount owns distribution rights to these films.^ Production Company (presents) Warner Bros.
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    ^ Production Company (present) (as Warner Bros.
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    ^ Production Company (in association with) (as Warner Bros.
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    .Warner and Paramount cross-licensed each others' logos for DVD distribution of both these films and the Paramount produced Popeye cartoons Warner controls.
  • Certain territorial rights to co-productions with other studios.^ The Jews at that peace conference, when they were cutting up Germany and parceling out Europe to all these nations that claimed a right to a certain part of European territory, the Jews said, ?How about Palestine for us??

    ^ Moses Mendelssohn, both by his career and by his propaganda, for ever put an end to these conditions; he more than any other man.

    .For example, domestic distribution rights to Watchmen are with WB, with Paramount holding international rights—the opposite with The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, Beowulf, Zodiac, and South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut; Something's Gotta Give has its international rights held by WB (while its co-producing studio, Columbia, has domestic rights); MGM (successor-in-interest to Cannon Films) and Paramount Pictures share certain components to Superman IV: The Quest for Peace depending upon particular media and territory (Trifecta Entertainment & Media handles North American television rights on behalf of Paramount); North American rights to Gorillas in the Mist are held by co-producer Universal (Warner holds international rights); domestic rights to The Pagemaster and Slumdog Millionaire are held by co-producer 20th Century Fox (WB/Turner holds either partial or full international rights), and so on.
  • Two Elia Kazan films, A Face in the Crowd, and America, America, originally released by WB, are now fully owned by the Kazan estate via Castle Hill Productions.^ Related Person Transactions.     As disclosed in the Company’s proxy statement in connection with the 2002 annual meeting of stockholders, during 2001, in connection with their acquisition of certain literary/production and intellectual property rights to prospective film projects from subsidiaries of the Company, entities wholly owned by R.E. Turner, who was then an officer and director of the Company (“TTFP”), entered into arrangements with other subsidiaries of the Company relating to the distribution of these projects upon their completion.
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    ^ Full-value stock awards” are equity-based awards other than stock options or stock appreciation rights and includes awards such as restricted stock, restricted stock units, performance shares and other stock-based awards.
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    ^ Look, I'm as petrified by whats going on in America right now as you I'm sure.
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    .However, WB has retained partial rights to Baby Doll, another Kazan film originally released by WB (its rights are shared with the Kazan estate and Castle Hill); WB also distributes much of the Castle Hill library in North America (which explains why A Face in the Crowd was distributed on DVD by Warner Bros.^ Acknowledgment (Kaleidoscope Films wishes to thank for scenes from "The Main Event") (as Warner Bros.
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    ^ Copyright Owner (original score ©1997) (as Warner Bros.
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    ^ Distributor (1993) (USA) (theatrical) (distributed by) (as Warner Bros.
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    ).
  • .
  • The Alfred Hitchcock film Rope, and the original 1954 film version of Jack Webb's Dragnet, both originally released by WB, are now owned by Universal Pictures.
  • Warner's 1956 version of Moby Dick is now owned by UA.
  • One film that was originally released by Warner in 1957, Sayonara, is now owned by MGM (the successor company to former owners The Samuel Goldwyn Company).
  • The ancillary rights to ITC Entertainment films originally distributed by WB (including The Medusa Touch, Movie Movie, and Capricorn One) are now owned by ITV Global Entertainment Ltd., while MGM owns theatrical distribution rights.
  • The 1951 western Only the Valiant, the 1983 horror film Cujo (produced by the Taft Entertainment Company), Irreconcilable Differences, and the pre-1960 United States Pictures catalog (the post-1959 releases, including Battle of the Bulge, remain with WB) are owned by Republic/Paramount Pictures, while Trifecta Entertainment & Media holds television rights under Paramount's license (having assumed such rights from CBS Television Distribution) and Lionsgate holds video rights.
  • Ancillary rights to My Fair Lady are now owned by CBS (this is part of a deal made with WB years previously on the film rights), although until recently WB owned the home video rights under license from CBS.
  • Universal owns previously-released film versions of The Flintstones and The Jetsons as well as the ride film of The Funtastic World of Hanna-Barbera (co-produced with WB's Hanna-Barbara animation unit).
  • The 1943 musical This Is the Army was donated by Jack Warner in 1950 to Army Emergency Relief, who got all the profits from the movie's original release.^ Production Company My Fair Lady (1964) ...
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    ^ God was not one kind of God then and a different kind now, was he?
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    ^ IMDbPro.com offers expanded company and employee contact details for over 30,000 companies in the entertainment industry as well as representation listings for over 80,000 individuals, including actors, directors, and producers.
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    .However, they, along with the God Bless America Fund, licensed the film to Warner Bros.^ I know it won't make sense to those of you who are on the outside looking in, because they always talk about America as the Nation of God.
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    ^ Acknowledgment (Kaleidoscope Films wishes to thank for scenes from "The Main Event") (as Warner Bros.
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    ^ They immediately forgot what God had done for them, they ascribed his kindness to demons and reckoned that his blessings had come from them.
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    for their Veterans Day, 2008, DVD release of the Warner Bros. and the Homefront Collection.
  • Hanna-Barbera's 1973 film Charlotte's Web is owned by its distributor Paramount Pictures (who also co-financed the film).
  • Rights to the film Once Upon a Forest (produced by Hanna-Barbera) is owned by 20th Century Fox.
  • Rights to Don Bluth's films Thumbelina and A Troll in Central Park are now owned by 20th Century Fox (possibly acquired when Bluth became president of Fox's animation department).
  • The rights to Lorimar films An Officer and a Gentleman and The Last Starfighter are handled by respective co-producers Paramount Pictures and Universal Pictures (excluding television rights to the latter film which is owned by Warner).

Turner

The WB Archives

.The University of Southern California Warner Bros.^ Distributor (1941) (USA) (theatrical) University of Southern California Band and Glee Club (1941) ...
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^ WARNER BROS. STUDIOS – BURBANK, CALIFORNIA .
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Archives is the largest single studio collection in the world. .Donated in 1977 to USC's School of Cinema-Television by Warner Communications, the WBA houses departmental records that detail Warner Bros.^ Distributor (1974) (USA) (theatrical) (as Warner Bros A Warner Communications Company) (also as Warner Bros.
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^ Production Company (as Warner Bros - A Warner Communications Company presents) The All-American Boy (1973) ...
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activities from the studio's first major feature, My Four Years in Germany (1918), to its sale to Seven Arts in 1968.
.UA donated pre-1949 Warner Bros.^ Production Company (A Warner Bros.-First National Picture) Hippety Hopper (1949) ...
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^ Distributor (1949) (USA) (theatrical) Warner Bros.
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^ Production Company (as Warner Bros.-First National Pictures) Task Force (1949) ...
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nitrates to the Library of Congress and post-1951 negatives to the UCLA Film and Television Archive. .Most of the company's legal files, scripts, and production materials were donated to the University of Wisconsin–Madison.^ Production Company Malibu's Most Wanted (2003) ...
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^ Production Company University of Southern California Band and Glee Club (1941) ...
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Warner Brothers is now dueted with Sony Pictures.

Warner Bros. Franchises

Note: This is a list that Warner Bros. Entertainment owns primarily by Warner Bros. Entertainment, Inc. itself and by ownership through acquisition of companies such as Turner Entertainment Co., New Line Cinema, and Hanna-Barbera/Cartoon Network Studios.

Notes

  1. ^ "Time Warner Inc. Reports Results for 2007 Full Year and Fourth Quarter". http://news.moneycentral.msn.com/ticker/article.aspx?Feed=BW&Date=20080206&ID=8146081&Symbol=TWX. 
  2. ^ "Turner, Warner Brothers to launch channel in India". Business Standard (online). Friday, Mar 06, 2009. http://www.business-standard.com/india/news/turner-warner-brothers-to-launch-channel-in-india/17/22/56119/on. Retrieved 2009-03-05. 
  3. ^ Warner Sperling, Cass (Director). The Brothers Warner (DVD film documentary). Warner Sisters, Inc.. http://www.warnersisters.com/ourstore.html. 
  4. ^ ""Journey of discovery : Warner documentary the result of 20-year effort" Santa Barbara News Press". Santa Barbara News Press. 2009-01-29. http://74.125.153.132/search?q=cache:azi07GrG6s0J:warnersisters.com/news/3Ftag%3Dwarner-brothers+Wonskolaser&cd=4&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=au. Retrieved 2009-05-27.  from the website warnersisters.com.
  5. ^ a b "HARRY M. WARNER FILM FESTIVAL NAMED ONE OF 32 ‘PREMIER’ EVENTS IN STATE". Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania. 2006-01-31. http://www.sru.edu/pages/12398.asp. Retrieved 2009-03-05. 
  6. ^ Sperling, Millner, and Warner (1998), p. 77.
  7. ^ a b c d Sperling, Millner, and Warner (1998), p. 81.
  8. ^ Sperling, Millner, and Warner (1998), p. 80.
  9. ^ a b c Sperling, Millner, and Warner (1998), p. 82.
  10. ^ Sperling, Millner, and Warner (1998), p. 101.
  11. ^ Behlmer (1985), p. xii.
  12. ^ Thomas, Bob (1990). Clown Prince of Hollywood: The Antic Life and Times of Jack L. Warner. McGraw-Hill. pp. 46, 47. ISBN 0-070-64259-1. 
  13. ^ a b c Sperling, Millner, and Warner (1998), p. 83.
  14. ^ a b c Sperling, Millner, and Warner (1998), p. 84.
  15. ^ ""Theatre Owners Open War on Hays"". New York Times. May 12, 1925. pp. 14. 
  16. ^ a b c Sperling, Millner, and Warner (1998), p. 86.
  17. ^ Sperling, Millner, and Warner (1998), p.88.
  18. ^ a b Sperling, Millner, and Warner (1998), p. 95.
  19. ^ Sperling, Millner, and Warner (1998), p. 94.
  20. ^ Freedland, Michael (1983). The Warner Brothers. St. Martin's Press. pp. 119. ISBN 0-312-85620-2. 
  21. ^ Sperling, Millner, and Warner (1998), p. 96.
  22. ^ a b Thomas (1990), p. 56.
  23. ^ Thomas (1990), p. 57.
  24. ^ a b Sperling, Millner, and Warner (1998), p. 113.
  25. ^ a b Thomas (1990), p. 59.
  26. ^ Warner and Jennings (1964), pp.180-181.
  27. ^ a b "Jews in Hollywood". Jewishmag.com. http://www.jewishmag.com/75mag/hollywood/hollywood.htm. Retrieved 2007-12-30. 
  28. ^ Thomas (1990), p. 62.
  29. ^ a b Thomas (1990), p. 100-101.
  30. ^ Sperling, Millner, and Warner (1998), p. 141.
  31. ^ Warner-Sperling, Cass; Millner, Cork; Warner, Jack; Warner, Jack Jr. (1999). Hollywood Be Thy Name: The Warner Brothers Story. University Press of Kentucky. pp. 142–145. ISBN 0-813-10958-2. 
  32. ^ Sperling, Millner, and Warner (1998), p.144.
  33. ^ Thomas (1990), p.65.
  34. ^ a b c d e Sperling, Millner, and Warner (1998), p. 147.
  35. ^ Thomas (1990), p. 66.
  36. ^ Sperling, Millner, and Warner (1998), p.148.
  37. ^ Thomas, Bob (1990). Clown Prince of Hollywood: The Antic Life and Times of Jack L. Warner. McGraw-Hill. pp. 4. ISBN 0-070-64259-1. 
  38. ^ Thomas, Bob (1990). Clown Prince of Hollywood: The Antic Life and Times of Jack L. Warner. McGraw-Hill. pp. 127. ISBN 0-070-64259-1. 
  39. ^ Thomas, Bob (1990). Clown Prince of Hollywood: The Antic Life and Times of Jack L. Warner. McGraw-Hill. pp. 208. ISBN 0-070-64259-1. 
  40. ^ Thomas, Bob (1990). Clown Prince of Hollywood: The Antic Life and Times of Jack L. Warner. McGraw-Hill. pp. 67. ISBN 0-070-64259-1. 
  41. ^ a b c Thomas (1990), p. 77.
  42. ^ Monday; Jun. 09, 1930 (June 9, 1930). "Warner Week - TIME". http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,739489,00.html. Retrieved 2008-07-09. 
  43. ^ a b Thomas (1990), pp.72.
  44. ^ a b c Sperling, Millner, and Warner (1998), p. 160.
  45. ^ a b c d Thomas (1990), pp. 89–92.
  46. ^ Thomas (1990), pp. 93.
  47. ^ Sperling, Millner, and Warner (1998), p.151.
  48. ^ Sperling, Millner, and Warner (1998), p. 150.
  49. ^ a b c d Thomas, Bob (1990). Clown Prince of Hollywood: The Antic Life and Times of Jack L. Warner. McGraw-Hill. pp. 110. ISBN 0-070-64259-1. 
  50. ^ Sperling, Millner, and Warner (1998), p. 190.
  51. ^ Thomas, Bob (1990). Clown Prince of Hollywood: The Antic Life and Times of Jack L. Warner. McGraw-Hill. pp. 85. ISBN 0-070-64259-1. 
  52. ^ a b Sperling, Millner, and Warner (1998), p. 194.
  53. ^ Sperling, Millner, and Warner (1998), p.192.
  54. ^ Thomas, Bob (1990). Clown Prince of Hollywood: The Antic Life and Times of Jack L. Warner. McGraw-Hill. pp. 86. ISBN 0-070-64259-1. 
  55. ^ Sperling, Millner, and Warner (1998), p. 195.
  56. ^ "CNN.com - The mobster and the movies - Aug 24, 2004". http://www.cnn.com/2004/SHOWBIZ/books/08/24/mob.movies/index.html. Retrieved 2008-07-09. 
  57. ^ Sperling, Millner, and Warner (1998), p. 184.
  58. ^ Thomas (1990), pp.77–79.
  59. ^ a b c Sperling, Millner, and Warner (1998), p.185
  60. ^ Thomas (1990), p.81.
  61. ^ Thomas (1990), p.83.
  62. ^ Sperling, Millner, and Warner (1998), p.186.
  63. ^ Monday; Dec. 26, 1932 (December 26, 1932). "Fugitive - TIME". http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,744829,00.html. Retrieved 2008-07-09. 
  64. ^ Monday; Jan. 02, 1933 (January 2, 1933). "Fugitive Free - TIME". http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,847110,00.html. Retrieved 2008-07-09. 
  65. ^ Monday; Jan. 16, 1933 (January 16, 1933). "TIME". http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,744920,00.html. Retrieved 2008-07-09. 
  66. ^ Thomas (1990), pp. 82–83.
  67. ^ a b Sperling, Millner, and Warner (1998), p.161.
  68. ^ "Musicomedies of the Week". Time. 1933-07-03. pp. 2. http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,745754-2,00.html. 
  69. ^ Warner-Sperling, Cass; Millner, Cork; Warner, Jack; Warner, Jack Jr. (1999). Hollywood Be Thy Name: The Warner Brothers Story. University Press of Kentucky. pp. 182,183. ISBN 0-813-10958-2. 
  70. ^ a b c "New Deal in Hollywood". Time. 1933-05-01. pp. 2. http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,847255,00.html. 
  71. ^ Behlmer (1985), p.12.
  72. ^ a b Thomas, Bob (1990). Clown Prince of Hollywood: The Antic Life and Times of Jack L. Warner. McGraw-Hill. pp. 96. ISBN 0-070-64259-1. 
  73. ^ a b Thomas, Bob (1990). Clown Prince of Hollywood: The Antic Life and Times of Jack L. Warner. McGraw-Hill. pp. 95. ISBN 0-070-64259-1. 
  74. ^ a b c Thomas, Bob (1990). Clown Prince of Hollywood: The Antic Life and Times of Jack L. Warner. McGraw-Hill. pp. 95, 96. ISBN 0-070-64259-1. 
  75. ^ Sperling, Millner, and Warner (1998), p. 209
  76. ^ a b c Sperling, Millner, and Warner (1998), p.209
  77. ^ Thomas, Bob (1990). Clown Prince of Hollywood: The Antic Life and Times of Jack L. Warner. McGraw-Hill. pp. 99. ISBN 0-070-64259-1. 
  78. ^ Monday; Jan. 21, 1935 (January 21, 1935). "St. Louis Suit - TIME". http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,787960,00.html. Retrieved 2008-07-09. 
  79. ^ a b Sperling, Millner, and Warner (1998), p. 211
  80. ^ Sperling, Millner, and Warner (1998), pp.188-189.
  81. ^ a b Thomas, Bob (1990). Clown Prince of Hollywood: The Antic Life and Times of Jack L. Warner. McGraw-Hill. pp. 109. ISBN 0-070-64259-1. 
  82. ^ Thomas, Bob (1990). Clown Prince of Hollywood: The Antic Life and Times of Jack L. Warner. McGraw-Hill. pp. 109, 110. ISBN 0-070-64259-1. 
  83. ^ Thomas, Bob (1990). Clown Prince of Hollywood: The Antic Life and Times of Jack L. Warner. McGraw-Hill. pp. 88. ISBN 0-070-64259-1. 
  84. ^ a b Sperling, Millner, and Warner (1998), p. 219-221.
  85. ^ Sperling, Millner, and Warner (1998), p. 221.
  86. ^ a b c Thomas, Bob (1990). Clown Prince of Hollywood: The Antic Life and Times of Jack L. Warner. McGraw-Hill. pp. 115. ISBN 0-070-64259-1. 
  87. ^ WatchMojo.com - Daily Video Clips - Bette Davis
  88. ^ a b Thomas, Bob (1990). Clown Prince of Hollywood: The Antic Life and Times of Jack L. Warner. McGraw-Hill. pp. 104 106. ISBN 0-070-64259-1. 
  89. ^ Thomas, Bob (1990). Clown Prince of Hollywood: The Antic Life and Times of Jack L. Warner. McGraw-Hill. pp. 105. ISBN 0-070-64259-1. 
  90. ^ a b c d Thomas, Bob (1990). Clown Prince of Hollywood: The Antic Life and Times of Jack L. Warner. McGraw-Hill. pp. 106. ISBN 0-070-64259-1. 
  91. ^ a b Thomas, Bob (1990). Clown Prince of Hollywood: The Antic Life and Times of Jack L. Warner. McGraw-Hill. pp. 144. ISBN 0-070-64259-1. 
  92. ^ a b Thomas, Bob (1990). Clown Prince of Hollywood: The Antic Life and Times of Jack L. Warner. McGraw-Hill. pp. 116. ISBN 0-070-64259-1. 
  93. ^ a b c Thomas, Bob (1990). Clown Prince of Hollywood: The Antic Life and Times of Jack L. Warner. McGraw-Hill. pp. 114. ISBN 0-070-64259-1. 
  94. ^ a b c d Thomas, Bob (1990). Clown Prince of Hollywood: The Antic Life and Times of Jack L. Warner. McGraw-Hill. pp. 117. ISBN 0-070-64259-1. 
  95. ^ Thomas, Bob (1990). Clown Prince of Hollywood: The Antic Life and Times of Jack L. Warner. McGraw-Hill. pp. 117 118. ISBN 0-070-64259-1. 
  96. ^ a b c Warner-Sperling, Cass; Millner, Cork; Warner, Jack; Warner, Jack Jr. (1999). Hollywood Be Thy Name: The Warner Brothers Story. University Press of Kentucky. pp. 235. ISBN 0-813-10958-2. 
  97. ^ a b Thomas, Bob (1990). Clown Prince of Hollywood: The Antic Life and Times of Jack L. Warner. McGraw-Hill. pp. 123 125. ISBN 0-070-64259-1. 
  98. ^ Thomas, Bob (1990). Clown Prince of Hollywood: The Antic Life and Times of Jack L. Warner. McGraw-Hill. pp. 124. ISBN 0-070-64259-1. 
  99. ^ a b Thomas, Bob (1990). Clown Prince of Hollywood: The Antic Life and Times of Jack L. Warner. McGraw-Hill. pp. 125. ISBN 0-070-64259-1. 
  100. ^ Thomas, Bob (1990). Clown Prince of Hollywood: The Antic Life and Times of Jack L. Warner. McGraw-Hill. pp. 125 126. ISBN 0-070-64259-1. 
  101. ^ Thomas, Bob (1990). Clown Prince of Hollywood: The Antic Life and Times of Jack L. Warner. McGraw-Hill. pp. 126 127. ISBN 0-070-64259-1. 
  102. ^ Sperling, Millner, and Warner (1998), p. 187.
  103. ^ Barrier, Michael (1999). pp.329-333.
  104. ^ "Porky Pig and Small Dog  - Looney Tunes All Hebrew - 800-830-8660". http://www.milechai.com/product2/children_books/porky-pig-and-the-small-dog.html. Retrieved 2008-07-09. 
  105. ^ "Warner Bros. Studio biography". AnimationUSA.com. Retrieved June 17, 2007.
  106. ^ Sperling, Millner, and Warner (1998), p. 187-188.
  107. ^ p.37 McLaughlin, Robert L. & Parry, Sally E. We'll Always Have the Movies: American Cinema in World War II 2006 University Press of Kentucky
  108. ^ p.17 Birdwell, Michael E. Celluloid Soldiers: The Warner Bros. Capaign Against Nazism 2000 NYU Press
  109. ^ Youngkin, Stephen D. The Lost One: A Life of Peter Lorre 2005 University Press of Kentucky
  110. ^ Sperling, Millner, and Warner (1998), p. 225
  111. ^ Sperling, Millner, and Warner (1998), p. 233
  112. ^ a b c Sperling, Millner, and Warner (1998), p. 247
  113. ^ a b Sperling, Millner, and Warner (1998), p. 240
  114. ^ a b c d e f g h Warner-Sperling, Cass; Millner, Cork; Warner, Jack; Warner, Jack Jr. (1999). Hollywood Be Thy Name: The Warner Brothers Story. University Press of Kentucky. pp. 247–255. ISBN 0-813-10958-2. 
  115. ^ Thomas (1990), pp.141-143.
  116. ^ a b Thomas (1990), p.144.
  117. ^ a b c d e f Thomas (1990), p. 145.
  118. ^ p.178 Schatz, Thomas Boom and Bust: American Cinema in the 1940s 1991 University of California Press
  119. ^ Thomas (1990), p.98.
  120. ^ Thomas (1990), p. 148.
  121. ^ Thomas (1990), p.150.
  122. ^ a b Thomas (1990), p.151.
  123. ^ Thomas (1990), p.152.
  124. ^ Sperling, Millner, and Warner (1998), pp.258-279
  125. ^ Warner-Sperling, Cass; Millner, Cork; Warner, Jack; Warner, Jack Jr. (1999). Hollywood Be Thy Name: The Warner Brothers Story. University Press of Kentucky. pp. 258–279. ISBN 0-813-10958-2. 
  126. ^ a b Thomas (1990), p. 163.
  127. ^ Thomas (1990), p. 164.
  128. ^ a b c Sperling, Millner, and Warner (1998), p.279
  129. ^ Thomas, Bob (1990). Clown Prince of Hollywood: The Antic Life and Times of Jack L. Warner. McGraw-Hill. pp. 175, 176. ISBN 0-070-64259-1. 
  130. ^ a b c d Sperling, Millner, and Warner (1998), p. 286
  131. ^ Sperling, Millner, and Warner (1998), p. 287.
  132. ^ Thomas (1990), p. 191.
  133. ^ Sperling, Millner, and Warner (1998), pp.287-288.
  134. ^ Sperling, Millner, and Warner (1998), p.288.
  135. ^ Monday; May. 21, 1956 (May 21, 1956). "Boston to Hollywood - TIME". http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,808529,00.html. Retrieved 2008-07-09. 
  136. ^ Balio, Tino (1985). The American Film Industry. p. 567. http://books.google.com/books?id=eT_6IcZM-fAC. 
  137. ^ a b c Sperling, Millner, and Warner (1998), p.303.
  138. ^ Thomas, Bob (1990). Clown Prince of Hollywood: The Antic Life and Times of Jack L. Warner. McGraw-Hill. pp. 190. ISBN 0-070-64259-1. 
  139. ^ Thomas, Bob (1990). Clown Prince of Hollywood: The Antic Life and Times of Jack L. Warner. McGraw-Hill. pp. 225. ISBN 0-070-64259-1. 
  140. ^ a b You Must Remember This: The Warner Bros. Story (2008), p. 255.
  141. ^ a b WB retained a pair of features from 1949 that they merely distributed, and all short subjects released on or after September 1, 1948; in addition to all cartoons released in August 1948.
  142. ^ "Boston to Hollywood". Time. 1956-05-21. pp. 2. http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,808529,00.html. 
  143. ^ a b Sperling, Millner, and Warner (1998), p. 308.
  144. ^ a b Thomas, Bob (1990). Clown Prince of Hollywood: The Antic Life and Times of Jack L. Warner. McGraw-Hill. pp. 226. ISBN 0-070-64259-1. 
  145. ^ Sperling, Millner, and Warner (1998), p.306.
  146. ^ The United Press (July 12, 1956). "2 Warners Sell Most of Stock in Film Firm: Harry and Albert Dispose of Shares to Banker; Jack to Be President". The Youngstown Vindicator: p. 22. 
  147. ^ http://issuu.com/boxoffice/docs/boxoffice_061149-1/10
  148. ^ p.144 Hope, Bob & Shavelson, Mel Don't Shoot, It's Only Me 1991 Jove Books
  149. ^ Thomas (1990), p.192.
  150. ^ Thomas (1990), p. 193.
  151. ^ a b c Thomas (1990), p. 194.
  152. ^ Thomas (1990), p. 195.
  153. ^ Thomas (1990), pp.196-8.
  154. ^ Thomas (1990), p.199.
  155. ^ http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0000070/
  156. ^ a b Thomas (1990), p. 255.
  157. ^ Thomas (1990), pp.264-265.
  158. ^ a b c Thomas (1990), p.265.
  159. ^ a b c Sperling, Millner, and Warner (1998), Hollywood Be Thy Name, Prima Publishing, ISN:559858346 p.325.
  160. ^ Thomas (1990), p.259.
  161. ^ Thomas (1990), p. 278.
  162. ^ Thomas (1990), p.280.
  163. ^ a b Thomas (1990), p.279.
  164. ^ Thomas (1990), p. 279-280.
  165. ^ a b c d e Thomas (1990), p. 288.
  166. ^ William Poundstone, Fortune's Formula
  167. ^ http://www.timewarner.com/corp/newsroom/pr/0,20812,1833086,00.html
  168. ^ http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/26205933/
  169. ^ Warner Bros. Chief Responds to Harry Potter Fans
  170. ^ Warner Bros Goes Blu Ray Exclusive Console Watcher
  171. ^ Warner Bros. and National CineMedia Form Marketing Partnership, Yahoo!, January 14, 2008

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  • Schickel, Richard; Perry, George (2008).^ A more controversial thought about the unconscious yearnings of George W. Bush and Dick Cheney: letting 9/11 happen is about hating New York City.
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    .You must remember this – The Warner Bros.^ You must remember, Germany, at the time of Napoleon, at the time of the French Revolution, what was the German Reich consisted of 300 — three hundred !

    Story
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  • Sklar, Robert (1994). Movie-Made America. New York: Vintage. 
  • Warner, Jack L. (1970). .My First Hundred Years in Hollywood.^ What I have said has sufficiently proved that the three captivities were predicted, the first lasting for four hundred years, the second for seventy, and the third for three and a half years.
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    ^ I was in Ohio some years ago meeting my then-girlfriend's parents for the first time.
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    ^ My first year of college, I went to a small Lutheran college.
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