Here's Looking At You, Warner Bros. Trailer

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

"The History of the Warner Bros. Studio" 14 September 1991 108 mins

This documentary provides a behind the scenes glimpse into the history of the Warner Bros. Studios. It begins with a look at the silent movies and ends with the action-packed movies of today. Features movie clips and a look at historic musicals and westerns. Several actors and actresses that helped to build the studio are presented, including rare interviews with John Wayne, Robert Redford, Bette Davis, and Natalie Wood.

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