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  • (noun): United States filmmaker who with his brothers founded the movie studio that produced the first talking picture (1881-1958).
    Synonyms: Charles Dudley Warner
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Warner Alliance
... Warner Alliance was a Contemporary Christian imprint of Warner Music Group ... Its operations were suspended in 1998 ...
Sumner Redstone - Viacom
... Viacom also owned MTV Networks (formerly known as Warner-AMEX Satellite Entertainment), which owned MTV and Nickelodeon ... Networks in 1985 for $550 million from Steve Ross' Warner Communications ... stance changed in 1995, when as Time Warner it bought Turner Broadcasting.) After a hostile takeover in 1987, Redstone won voting control of Viacom and led a series of acquisitions to make Viacom one of ...
Warner - Record Labels
... Warner Alliance Warner Bros ... Records Warner Curb Records Warner Music Australasia Warner Music Canada Warner-Spector Records ...
George Raft - Unexpected Career Decline
... (1942), although according to some Warner Bros ... on the success of Casablanca, Raft demanded termination of his Warner Brothers contract ... Jack Warner was prepared to pay Raft a $10,000 settlement, but the actor either misunderstood or was so eager to be free of the studio that it was he who gave Warner a check in that amount ...
Deborah Warner - Biography - Early Years
... Warner was born in Oxfordshire, England to antiquarians, Roger Harold Metford Warner and Ruth Ernestine Hurcombe ... Warner was raised as a Quaker but no longer practices the faith ...

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  • (noun): Someone who gives a warning to others.

Famous quotes containing the word warner:

    The vocabulary of pleasure depends on the imagery of pain.
    —Marina Warner (b. 1946)

    It is fortunate that each generation does not comprehend its own ignorance. We are thus enabled to call our ancestors barbarous.
    —Charles Dudley Warner (1829–1900)

    Mud-pies gratify one of our first and best instincts. So long as we are dirty, we are pure.
    —Charles Dudley Warner (1829–1900)