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The Early History of a Major Live Theater operator: Warner Bros.

The Early History of a Major Live Theater operator: Warner Bros. TOPIC: The Early History of a Major Live Theater operator: Warner Bros. The primary focus of your paper should be on the business and economic aspects of your topic. This might include areas such as financial issues, marketing aspects, technical considerations, economic impact, etc., depending on the topic selected. Submission requirements: Your paper must be submitted via Turnitin using Microsoft Word® (DOC and DOCX) or Portable Document Format (PDF). When naming your submission file use your last name underscore first initial followed by the file extension, e.g., smith_m.docx; jones_p.pdf. The paper will be 6 typed pages in length. Layout:

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  • This is my outline, if it is useful:
  1. Warner Brothers family history
    • The four brothers that wanted to get started in the film industry
      • Harry, Albert, Sam, & Jack
 
  1. How did the brothers get themselves into the new booming industry at the time?
    • Established a nickelodeon in Newcastle, Pa. in 1905
    • Expanded into film distribution business in 1907
    • Warner Bros. motto — “Educate, Entertain, and Enlighten”
 
  • Warner Brothers Successes
    • They produced their first full-scale pictures (1918)
      • “My Four Years in Germany” – $1.5 million
    • Purchased property
      • Warner Bros. West Coast Studio was born
    • Their successes with their musical and film
      • “ The Jazz Singer”
        • First major talking picture, not first sound film
        • Vita-phone was introduced
          • Sam Warner – Strongest supporter of the technology
 
  1. The Warner Bros. struggles and what happened to them
    • Sam Warner died
    • Forced to divide the company due to the government’s Consent Decree
      • Jack sold off most of the studio’s pre-1950 library of classic films for just $21 million
    • Harry and Albert retired – sold their shares – Jack lost interest and retired
      • Jack secretly bought his brothers’ shares through a consortium
        • Became the sole head of the studio – brothers never forgave him
      • Harry died after 1958 – Jack didn’t attend his funeral
    • Name changed to “Warner Communications Inc. (1971)
      • Merged with Time, Inc. ($18 billion merger)
        • Became one of the largest communications and entertainment companies in the world.
 
  1. Conclusion: Warner Bros. continues to grow and prosper
    • Nine best picture Oscar winners
    • Biggest grossing hit
      • Harry Potter and the Deathly hallows, part.2
      • The Dark Knight
    • Known for their green-lighting mega-franchise
      • Lord of the Rings/ Hobbits/Sherlock Holmes/ Hangover, etc.
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