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Jack Warner (baseball); Jack Warner (football); Jack Warner (footballer); Jack Warner (disambiguation)

Jack Warner         
n. Jack Warner (1892-1978), amerikanischer Pionier der Filmbranche, Mitbegründer der Warner Brothers-Gesellschaft (zusammen mit seinen Brüdern); (1896-1981) berühmter britischer Film- und Fernsehschauspieler
Warner Brothers         
  • Yakko, Wakko, and Dot]], are surnamed ''Warner'', after the company.
  • The Beautiful and Damned]]'' (1922)
  • [[Bette Davis]] in ''Now, Voyager'' (1942)
  • The ''[[Looney Tunes]]'' and ''[[Merrie Melodies]]'' series' flagship character, [[Bugs Bunny]], is the official mascot of Warner Bros.
  • [[Dean Martin]] and [[Frank Sinatra]] appear in a number of Warner Bros. films produced in the early 1960s. Both singers also recorded for Reprise Records, which the studio purchased in 1963.
  • Movie-goers awaiting ''Don Juan'' opening at Warners' Theatre
  • Gate 4, Warner Bros. Studios, looking south towards the water tower
  • [[Humphrey Bogart]] in ''[[The Petrified Forest]]'' (1936)
  • [[James Cagney]] and [[Joan Blondell]] in ''[[Footlight Parade]]'' (1933)
  • Maverick]]'' (1957)
  • Open Your Eyes]]'' (1919)
  • ''A Streetcar Named Desire'' (1951)]]
  • Following Jack Warner's 1966 year end sale to [[Seven Arts Productions]], the company was known as [[Warner Bros.-Seven Arts]] through to 1972
  • A panoramic view over today's studio premises
  • language=en-US}}</ref>
  • The first logo of Warner Bros. Pictures (1923-1925)
  • its water tower]].
  • Warner Bros.–First National Studios, Burbank, c. 1928
  • The former Warner Bros. shield logo, which was used from 1993 to 2019, extensively used in films until 2020., and on its TV shows until 2021. Currently used for the on-screen logo for [[Warner Bros. Home Entertainment]].
  • trailer]] for ''[[The Petrified Forest]]'' (1936)
  • The Warner brothers: Albert, Jack, Harry and Sam
  • The logo, designed by [[Saul Bass]], used from 1972 to 1984, the logo currently used by [[Warner Music Group]]
AMERICAN ENTERTAINMENT COMPANY
Warner Brothers; Warner Brothers Studios; Warner Bros; Warner Bros. Studios; Warners; Warner Brothers Pictures; Warner Brothers Inc.; The Warner Brothers Studio; WB Shield; Warner Brothers Entertainment; Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.; WB Studios; Warner Brothers Recordings; Warner Bro; Warner bros; Warner Bro's; Warner Bros. Inc.; Warnerbros; Warner Bros. Entertainment Company; Warner Brothers Corporation; Warner Brothers Japan; Warmer Bros.; Warner Brothers International Television; Warner Brothers Studio; Warner Bros. Studio; Warnerbros.com; Warner Brothers Pictures, Inc; Renegade Pictures; Warner Bros. – First National; Warner Bros.–First National; Warner Bros.-First National; Warner Bros. - First National; Warner Bros. Digital Networks; Warner Bros. Global Kids & Young Adults; A Warner Bros. – First National Picture; A Warner Bros. - First National Picture; Draft:Warner Bros. Pictures; Lists of films released by Warner Bros.; List of films released by Warner Bros.; Warner Bros. Japan; Warner Brothers Unscripted & Alternative Television; Columbia-Warner Distributors; Warner-Columbia Filmverleih; Warner Bros. Entertainment, Inc.; Warner Bros. Entertainment; Warner Bros. (F.E.) Inc.; Warner Bros. Pictures Group; Warner Bros. Entertainment UK; Warner bros.; Warner Bros. Television Group
n. Warner Brothers, weltgrößtes amerikanisches Fernseh- und Filmproduktions Unternehmen
Warner Bros.         
  • Yakko, Wakko, and Dot]], are surnamed ''Warner'', after the company.
  • The Beautiful and Damned]]'' (1922)
  • [[Bette Davis]] in ''Now, Voyager'' (1942)
  • The ''[[Looney Tunes]]'' and ''[[Merrie Melodies]]'' series' flagship character, [[Bugs Bunny]], is the official mascot of Warner Bros.
  • [[Dean Martin]] and [[Frank Sinatra]] appear in a number of Warner Bros. films produced in the early 1960s. Both singers also recorded for Reprise Records, which the studio purchased in 1963.
  • Movie-goers awaiting ''Don Juan'' opening at Warners' Theatre
  • Gate 4, Warner Bros. Studios, looking south towards the water tower
  • [[Humphrey Bogart]] in ''[[The Petrified Forest]]'' (1936)
  • [[James Cagney]] and [[Joan Blondell]] in ''[[Footlight Parade]]'' (1933)
  • Maverick]]'' (1957)
  • Open Your Eyes]]'' (1919)
  • ''A Streetcar Named Desire'' (1951)]]
  • Following Jack Warner's 1966 year end sale to [[Seven Arts Productions]], the company was known as [[Warner Bros.-Seven Arts]] through to 1972
  • A panoramic view over today's studio premises
  • language=en-US}}</ref>
  • The first logo of Warner Bros. Pictures (1923-1925)
  • its water tower]].
  • Warner Bros.–First National Studios, Burbank, c. 1928
  • The former Warner Bros. shield logo, which was used from 1993 to 2019, extensively used in films until 2020., and on its TV shows until 2021. Currently used for the on-screen logo for [[Warner Bros. Home Entertainment]].
  • trailer]] for ''[[The Petrified Forest]]'' (1936)
  • The Warner brothers: Albert, Jack, Harry and Sam
  • The logo, designed by [[Saul Bass]], used from 1972 to 1984, the logo currently used by [[Warner Music Group]]
AMERICAN ENTERTAINMENT COMPANY
Warner Brothers; Warner Brothers Studios; Warner Bros; Warner Bros. Studios; Warners; Warner Brothers Pictures; Warner Brothers Inc.; The Warner Brothers Studio; WB Shield; Warner Brothers Entertainment; Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.; WB Studios; Warner Brothers Recordings; Warner Bro; Warner bros; Warner Bro's; Warner Bros. Inc.; Warnerbros; Warner Bros. Entertainment Company; Warner Brothers Corporation; Warner Brothers Japan; Warmer Bros.; Warner Brothers International Television; Warner Brothers Studio; Warner Bros. Studio; Warnerbros.com; Warner Brothers Pictures, Inc; Renegade Pictures; Warner Bros. – First National; Warner Bros.–First National; Warner Bros.-First National; Warner Bros. - First National; Warner Bros. Digital Networks; Warner Bros. Global Kids & Young Adults; A Warner Bros. – First National Picture; A Warner Bros. - First National Picture; Draft:Warner Bros. Pictures; Lists of films released by Warner Bros.; List of films released by Warner Bros.; Warner Bros. Japan; Warner Brothers Unscripted & Alternative Television; Columbia-Warner Distributors; Warner-Columbia Filmverleih; Warner Bros. Entertainment, Inc.; Warner Bros. Entertainment; Warner Bros. (F.E.) Inc.; Warner Bros. Pictures Group; Warner Bros. Entertainment UK; Warner bros.; Warner Bros. Television Group
n. Warner Bros., Warner Bros. Entertainment, weltgrößtes amerikanisches Fernseh- und Filmproduktions Unternehmen

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Wikipedia

Jack Warner

Jack Warner may refer to:

Aussprachebeispiele für Jack Warner
1. But he didn't care, because he started with Jack Warner
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Beispiele aus Textkorpus für Jack Warner
1. This is down to one man: Fifa vice–president Jack Warner.
2. Selznick or even Jack Warner in the golden years, we now have a dilution.
3. The founders –– men like Columbia‘s Harry Cohn, Warner Bros.‘ Jack Warner and MGM‘s Louis B.
4. FIFA will now be forced to decide whether Jack Warner had violated the FIFA code of ethics.
5. Terrific dirt–track sequences. 4 The Final Test (Anthony Asquith, 1'53) Ageing cricket pro Jack Warner plays for England at the Oval with Hutton, Bedser and Compton.