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You Must Remember This: The Warner Bros. Story

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From Rin Tin Tin to Casablanca to Harry Potter, the Warner Bros. story is the history of Hollywood. Eighty-five years of screen icons, legendary films, and history-making achievements are detailed in this comprehensive, photo-filled treasure trove, fully authorized by the studio.

No production company has had more legendary films, stars, or influence on the course of Holly

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Hardcover, 480 pages
Published September 9th 2008 by Running Press (first published 2008)
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The book "You Must Remember This" is a companion piece to a great documentary of the same name.

This chronicles the complete history of Warner Bros Pictures, starting with The Jazz Singer in 1927. This book is up-to-date through 2008, including recent releases such as the Harry Potter series and Christopher Nolan's Batman films. You will recognize many movies and stars in between. The text is loaded with
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i love movies and this was amazing for me to read all about some of my favorites and also learn about some I had never even heard of but now i more movies i NEED to see...
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I haven't read this book in so long but all I can remember is that this book, while it is long, it's a great lookback on Warner Bros.' history and how they made millions of classic movies.
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A fascinating look at the history (actors, films, etc.) of Warner Brothers.
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Richard Schickel is an important American film historian, journalist, author, filmmaker, screenwriter, documentarian, and film and literary critic.

Mr.Schickel is featured in For the Love of Movies: The Story of American Film Criticism. In this 2009 documentary film he discusses early film critics in the 1960s, and how he and other young critics, rejected the moralizing opposition of Bosley Crowth
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