Episode 42 – Warner Brothers 100

David & Katherine celebrate the 100th anniversary of Warner Brothers by looking at Hirschfeld’s work for the studio and the many films he drew from their prestigious library!

Follow along with the show notes to view the works mentioned in this episode:

Miguel Covarrubias


George Bonte, Warner Brothers Art Dept., 1925

Set of Borders from Warner Brother Campaign Book, 1925

Selznick Distributing Corporation Brochure, 1924

Ernst Lubitsch, 1925

Sydney Chaplin in The Man on the BoxIrene Rich in My Wife & I, 1925

John Barrymore in Don Juan, 1926

Jason Robards Sr.

Monte Blue

How Baxter Butted In, 1925

George Jessel

You Can’t Take it With You, 1938

My Fair Lady, 1964

Any Wednesday, 1966

Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, 1966

Camelot, 1967

Finian’s Rainbow, 1968

Ship of Fools, 1965

Petulia, 1968

Warner Bros. Seven Arts Int’l Film Festival, 1969

What’s Up Doc?, 1972

Portnoy’s Complaint, 1972

Jane Fonda, 1970

Stanley Kubrick Edits A Clockwork Orange, 1972

McCabe and Mrs. Miller, 1971

The Goodbye Girl, 1977

Lucille Ball in Mame, 1974

The Prisoner of Second Avenue, 1975

The Ritz, 1976

The Cast of The Last of Sheila, 1973

Movies to Remember Series

Arthur, 1981

City Heat, 1984

A Streetcar Named Desire – Limited Edition Book

The Maltese Falcon, 1977

James Cagney in Yankee Doodle Dandy, 1989


All Warner Brothers Published Pieces

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