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Best of Warner Bros.
Thomas G. Aylesworth (au). The Warner brothers made their 1st major film -- a semi-documentary about the Ambassador from the U.S. to Germany entitled My Four Years in Germany -- in 1919. Originally a B-studio turning out serials & melodramas, they changed the movies forever in 1927 when they produced “The Jazz Singer” with Al Jolson, the first talking movie. Throughout the thirties, Warner Bros. was famous for its tough-guy crime films, like “Public Enemy” with James Cagney, & spectacular Busby Berkeley musicals like “42nd Street.” The studio continued to thrive during WW2 & the following decades. Lavishly illustrated with 240 photos in color & B&W, this is a celebration of a great studio.
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