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Warner (Jack L.) collection
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This collection consists of scripts, photographs, scrapbooks, awards, and mementos from Canadian-American film executive producer Jack L. Warner (1892-1978).
Jack L. Warner (1892-1978) was a Canadian-American film executive producer. He was the president behind the Warner Bros. Studios in Burbank, California. As co-head of production at Warner Bros. Studios, he worked with his brother, Sam Warner, to procure the technology for the film industry's first talking picture, "The Jazz Singer" (1927). Warner officially retired from the studio in 1969.
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