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"American Masters" You Must Remember This: The Warner Bros. Story (2008)

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Writer:
Richard Schickel (written by)
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Original Air Date:
May 2008 (Season 22, Episode 4)
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Cast

 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

Clint Eastwood ... Himself - Narrator
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
George Arliss ... Benjamin Disraeli / Montgomery Royle (archive footage: Disraeli [1929]) (also archive footage: The Man Who Played God [1932])

Carroll Baker ... Herself - Interviewee

John Barrymore ... Don Jose de Marana / Don Juan de Marana (archive footage: Don Juan [1926])
Jeanine Basinger ... Herself - Interviewee

Warner Baxter ... Julian Marsh (archive footage: 42nd Street [1933])

Warren Beatty ... Himself - Interviewee

Rudy Behlmer ... Himself - Interviewee

Andrew Bergman ... Himself - Interviewee

Busby Berkeley ... Himself - Interviewee (archive footage)
Eugenie Besserer ... Sara Rabinowitz (archive footage: The Jazz Singer [1927])

Joan Blondell ... Dot (archive footage: Central Park [1932])

Humphrey Bogart ... Harve (archive footage: Three on a Match [1932])

Ernest Borgnine ... Himself (archive footage)

Ray Bradbury ... Himself - Interviewee
Betty Bronson ... Grace (archive footage: The Singing Fool [1928])
Halbert Brown ... Ambassador James W. Gerard (archive footage: My Four Years in Germany [1918])

James Cagney ... Himself - Interviewee (archive footage)

John Calley ... Himself - Interviewee
Charlotte Chandler ... Herself - Interviewee

George Clooney ... Himself - Interviewee
Donald Cook ... Mike Powers (archive footage: The Public Enemy [1931])
Richard Corliss ... Himself - Interviewee
Stanley Cortez ... Himself - Interviewee (archive footage)
Ernest Cossart ... Pa Monaghan (archive footage: Kings Row [1942])
Dolores Costello ... Esther Harper (archive footage: The Sea Beast [1926])

Joan Crawford ... (archive footage)

Frankie Darro ... Edward 'Eddie' Smith (archive footage: Wild Boys of the Road [1933])

Bette Davis ... Mary / Julie (archive footage: Marked Woman [1937]) (also archive footage: Jezebel [1938])

Olivia de Havilland ... Maid Marian / Hermia, In love with Lysander (archive footage: The Adventures of Robin Hood [1938]) (also archive footage: A Midsummer Night's Dream [1935])
Stanley Donen ... Himself - Interviewee
Josephine Dunn ... Molly Winton (archive footage: The Singing Fool [1928])

Ann Dvorak ... Vivian Revere Kirkwood (archive footage: Three on a Match [1932])
John Eldredge ... Gordon Heath (archive footage: Dangerous [1935])
Julius J. Epstein ... Himself - Interviewee (archive footage)
Glenda Farrell ... Marie (archive footage: I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang [1932])

Errol Flynn ... Robin Hood / Wade Hatton (archive footage: The Adventures of Robin Hood [1938]) (also archive footage: Dodge City [1939])

Henry Fonda ... Preston Dillard (archive footage: Jezebel [1938])
Neal Gabler ... Himself - Interviewee
Gary Giddins ... Himself - Interviewee
Molly Haskell ... Herself - Interviewee

Howard Hawks ... Himself - Interviewee (archive footage)

Paul Henreid ... Jerry Durrance (archive footage: Now Voyager [1942])

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Interviewee (archive footage)
Arthur Hohl ... Ed Sipple (archive footage: Baby Face [1933])

William Holden ... Himself (archive footage)

Miriam Hopkins ... Millie Drake (archive footage: Old Acquaintance [1943])

Kim Hunter ... Herself - Interviewee (archive footage)

Allen Jenkins ... John 'Johnny' (archive footage: I've Got Your Number [1934])

Ben Johnson ... Himself (archive footage)

Al Jolson ... Jakie Rabinowitz / Al Stone (archive footage: The Jazz Singer [1927]) (also archive footage: The Singing Fool [1928])

Alex Karras ... Mongo (archive footage: Blazing Saddles [1974])

Elia Kazan ... Himself - Interviewee (archive footage)

Ruby Keeler ... Peggy Sawyer / Barbara Hemingway, aka Joan Grey (archive footage: 42nd Street [1933]) (also archive footage: Dames [1934])

Margot Kidder ... Herself - Interviewee

Patric Knowles ... Will Scarlett (archive footage: The Adventures of Robin Hood [1938])
Howard Koch ... Himself - Interviewee (archive footage)
Henry Kolker ... J.P. Carter (archive footage: Baby Face [1933])
Eric Lax ... Himself - Interviewee

Mervyn LeRoy ... Himself - Interviewee (archive footage)

Dorothy Mackaill ... Gilda Carlson, aka Gilda Erickson (archive footage: Safe in Hell [1931])

Leonard Maltin ... Himself - Interviewee
Giovanni Martinelli ... Canio in 'Pagliacci' (archive footage: Vesti la giubba [1926])
Paul McAllister ... Noah (archive footage: Noah's Ark [1928])

Paul Muni ... James Allen (archive footage: I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang [1932])

Jack Nicholson ... Himself - Interviewee

Pat O'Brien ... Himself - Interviewee (archive footage)

Warren Oates ... Himself (archive footage)

Warner Oland ... The Cantor (archive footage: The Jazz Singer [1927])
Susan Orlean ... Herself - Interviewee

Gregory Orr ... Interviewee

William T. Orr ... Himself - Interviewee (archive footage)

Eugene Pallette ... Joseph 'Joe' Flood (archive footage: I've Got Your Number [1934])

Arthur Penn ... Himself - Interviewee
Edwin Phillips ... Tommy Gordon (archive footage: Wild Boys of the Road [1933])

Frank Pierson ... Himself - Interviewee

Dick Powell ... Billy Lawler / James 'Jimmy' Higgens (archive footage: 42nd Street [1933]) (also archive footage: Dames [1934])
Peter Rainer ... Himself - Interviewee

Ronald Reagan ... Himself - Interviewee (archive footage)

Robert Redford ... Himself - Interviewee

Christopher Reeve ... Superman (archive footage: Superman [1978])
Rin Tin Tin ... Lobo - Leader of the Wolf Pack (archive footage: Clash of the Wolves [1925])

Edward G. Robinson ... Himself - Interviewee (archive footage)

Ginger Rogers ... Fay (archive footage: Gold Diggers of 1933 [1933])

Andrew Sarris ... Himself - Interviewee

Martin Scorsese ... Himself - Interviewee
A.O. Scott ... Himself - Interviewee

Ann Sheridan ... Randy Monaghan (archive footage: Kings Row [1942])
Vincent Sherman ... Himself - Interviewee (archive footage)

Alexis Smith ... Herself - Interviewee (archive footage)

Steven Spielberg ... Himself - Interviewee

Barbara Stanwyck ... Lily Powers (archive footage: Baby Face [1933])
George Stoll ... Himself, Violinist (archive footage: The Jazzmania Quintette [1928]) (as Stoll Flynn & Company)
David Thomson ... Himself - Interviewee

Robert Towne ... Himself - Interviewee

Claire Trevor ... Herself - Interviewee (archive footage)

Stephen Tropiano ... Himself
Kenneth Turan ... Himself - Interviewee
Arthur Vinton ... Captain Joyce (archive footage: Heroes for Sale [1933])
Hal B. Wallis ... Himself - Interviewee (archive footage)
Raoul Walsh ... Himself - Interviewee (archive footage)
Jack Warner Jr. ... Himself - Interviewee (archive footage)
Minor Watson ... Sam Winters (archive footage: Kings Row [1942])

Joan Weldon ... Dr. Patricia 'Pat' Medford (archive footage: Them [1954])

William A. Wellman ... Himself - Interviewee (archive footage)
Warren William ... Raymond Harding (archive footage: Under 18 [1931])
Edward Woods ... Matt Doyle (archive footage: The Public Enemy [1931])

Richard D. Zanuck ... Himself - Interviewee

Billy Barty ... Baby in 'Pettin' in the Park' Number (archive footage: Gold Diggers of 1933 [1933]) (uncredited)

Mae Clarke ... Kitty (archive footage: The Public Enemy [1931]) (uncredited)
Maynard Holmes ... Pratt - Personnel Office (archive footage: Baby Face [1933]) (uncredited)
Pierre Watkin ... Second Trial Judge (archive footage: Marked Woman [1937]) (uncredited)
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Episode Crew
Directed by
Richard Schickel 
 
Writing credits
Richard Schickel (written by)

Produced by
Clint Eastwood .... executive producer
Douglas Freeman .... co-producer
Faith Ginsberg .... associate producer
Susan Lacy .... producer
Richard Schickel .... producer
Cass Warner .... consulting producer
 
Original Music by
Casey Cohen 
 
Cinematography by
Kris Denton 
 
Film Editing by
Faith Ginsberg 
Michael Van Buren 
 
Production Management
Bryan McKenzie .... post-production supervisor
 
Sound Department
Glenn Bates .... sound recordist (multiple segments)
Jean-Pierre Caner .... sound recordist (multiple segments)
Jessica Gaston .... sound assistant
Tara Paul .... sound re-recording mixer
Harry E. Snodgrass .... supervising sound editor
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Dave Carroll .... camera operator (episode)
 
Editorial Department
Terry Goins .... colorist (as Terry W. Goins)
Scott S. Parker .... on-line editor
 
Other crew
William Meny .... assistant to executive producer
Ike Stranathan .... film clip supervisor
 

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USA:228 min (long version)
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The four parts of the longer version were: "You Ain't Heard Nothin' Yet (1923-1935)"; "Good War, Uneasy Peace (1935-1950)"; "Age of Anxiety: 1950-1969"; and "Starting Over: 1970-1990."See more »
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7 out of 11 people found the following review useful.
Thought it would be a lot better!, 30 September 2008
Author: junefirst26 from United States

I was really looking forward to seeing this three part special, however I was really kind of let down. The first part was the best, with most of the old classics represented, then it started to fall apart about half way through the second part, and by the third part I thought I was watching a tribute to Clint Eastwood. I know that Warners was known as the rough and tumble studio that would'nt pull any punches, but my God, does each clip have to push you over the edge? About the time I saw Ginger Rogers getting whipped, I was asking myself, gee didn't they do any comedies or musicals. Lots of down and out people, people getting shot, even the KKK! Then from Dirty Harry on, I thought I was watching a tribute to Clint Eastwood, with some Steven Spielberg thrown in. What happened to A STAR IS BORN -1954, 2001-A SPACE ODYSSEY, and NETWORK ??? It was also very boring, basically just a clip show, with very little inside information. Nothing about how each studio had their own theaters, until Uncle Sam told them to break them up and sell them, very little about the break up of the studio system, and how they took on television. All in all, very little imagination went into this, as I said, besides the tribute to Clint Eastwood feel of it, it was basically just five hours of clips. If you are interested in the history of Hollywood I would suggest these better titles to watch for; GOLDWYN: THE MAN AND HIS MOVIES, 2001; MGM: WHEN THE LION ROARS, 1992; Hollywood THE GOLDEN YEARS: THE RKO STORY, 1987, 6 parts.

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