Friday, September 3, 2010

History of Warner Bros. Program

Jack Warner (1938) (c) LIFE

If you live in the Los Angeles area, mark your calendars. On Saturday, September 25, at 2pm, the Burbank Historical Society will be hosting a program about the history of Warner Bros. Studios, presented by a representative from the WB Corporate Archives. The Burbank Historical Society says the presentation will cover "legends, stars, soundstages, backlots and some of what goes on behind the studio"

The event is free and should be an interesting presentation. And if you haven't been to the museum in Burbank it is worth stopping in. In addition to history on Warner Bros. there are exhibits on the Disney Studios, NBC Studios as well as non-entertainment history of Burbank.

To recap, here are the details: Saturday, September 25th at 2pm at the Gordon R. Howard Museum in Burbank, located at 115 N. Lomita St.

Warner Bros. Studios (1938) (c) LIFE

Backlot set, Warner Bros. (1938) (c) LIFE

Makeup (c) LIFE

Constructing Sets at Warner Bros. (1938) (c) LIFE

Dressing a Set (1938) (c) LIFE


Bill said...

Very interesting Rob; wish I could be there for it.

Lolita of the Classics said...

Wow! What an event! Too damn bad that I live half a world away!

La Petite Gallery said...

Fasinating , love it.



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