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Here's Looking at You, Warner Bros. (1991)

Not Rated | | Documentary | TV Movie
This documentary takes an indepth look at the history of Warner Brothers studios, from it's beginning to the present day. It profiles the actors and actress that helped build the studio. ... See full summary »

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This documentary takes an indepth look at the history of Warner Brothers studios, from it's beginning to the present day. It profiles the actors and actress that helped build the studio. Rare clips of interviews with John Wayne, Robert Redford, Bette Davis and Natalie Wood are shown, for example. It also shows clips from it's silent movie days, to the musicals, westerns and to action movies to the stars of today. Written by Kelly

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Features I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang (1932) See more »

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Great for Movie Lovers in General
29 July 2006 | by (Portland, Oregon) – See all my reviews

Fantastic if one is interested in the history of the movie studios. Well presented and good quality video and audio. Many clips of famous Warner Brothers movies and actors. Not the quantity of clips of MGM's "That's Entertainment" but more than on "The Republic Pictures Story". One can enjoy many films this way, via clips of their highlights, when one would not want to watch the entire film.

My laser disk of this is very well done and mine has held up well for about 15 years. Still not available on DVD (7/2006) and I could only find it for sale online as a VHS, which would have poorer video and audio. All three of these studio's history deserves to be on DVD (only MGM's is as of 7/2006)and I hope the studios don't forget.


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