The Golden Age of Hollywood

It has been said that, during the Golden Age of Hollywood, Warner Bros. was a major studio which was run like one of the minors: its honcho, Jack L. Warner, believed in making movies as cheaply as possible.

Warner Bros. might have not had Paramount's Continental sophistication or MGM's glamour and lavishness and, yet, its artistic and commercial achievements are, if not sometimes higher, at least on a par with the other majors'.

To read the reasons why I love Warner Bros., click here.

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Comment by MothGirl Wings on November 27, 2010 at 7:32pm
It would be great if you could post that in the Warner Brothers group on here. =)

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