Harry Morris Warner (born Hirsz Mojżesz Wonsal;  December 12, 1881 – July 25, 1958) was an American studio executive, one of the founders of Warner Bros., and a major contributor to the development of the film industry.
Harry Warner. Harry Warner, co-founder of Warner Bros. Pictures, was among the most innovative and influential figures in the history of films. The son of poor Jewish immigrants, he steered his company through the Great Depression and World War II to lay the foundation for the thriving empire Warner Bros. is today.
The company was founded by four brothers: Harry Warner (b. December 12, 1881, Poland—d. July 25, 1958, Hollywood, California, U.S.), Albert Warner (b. July 23, 1884, Poland—d. November 26, 1967, Miami Beach, Florida, U.S.), Samuel Warner (b. 1887—d. 1927), and Jack Warner (b. August 2, 1892, London, Ontario, Canada—d. September 9, 1978,
Stars. Film: North side of the 6400 block of Hollywood Boulevard. Executive Born Dec. 12, 1881 in Warsaw, Poland. Died July 25, 1958 of cerebral occlusion in Bel-Air, Calif. F ilm pioneer Harry M....
Harry Clinton Warner was born on December 11, 1928, in Reeders, an unincorporated community in Pennsylvania’s Poconos, and though Warner worked all over North America, Reeders was always his home. He was the third child of four born to the former Alice E. Butz and Milo Norman Warner.
Warner Bros.' Sunset Boulevard Studios, Los Angeles, ca. mid-1920s Courtesy Everett Collection. The Warner brothers — Harry, Sam, Albert and Jack — were different from Hollywood’s other ...
Harry Thompson (previously Warner and Thompson-Warner) is a fictional character on the New Zealand soap opera Shortland Street who first appeared onscreen in May 2002. Being born on screen during the shows 10th anniversary, Harry has been portrayed by several child actors and by Xander Manktelow from 2023.
In Warner Brothers: Origins. …was founded by four brothers: Harry Warner (b. December 12, 1881, Poland—d. July 25, 1958, Hollywood, California, U.S.), Albert Warner (b. July 23, 1884, Poland—d. November 26, 1967, Miami Beach, Florida, U.S.), Samuel Warner (b. 1887—d. 1927), and Jack Warner (b. August 2, 1892, London, Ontario, Canada—d.
Harry Warner. Birth. 12 Dec 1881. Powiat makowski, Mazowieckie, Poland. Death. 25 Jul 1958 (aged 76) Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California, USA. Burial. Home of Peace Memorial Park.
A Beverly Hills mansion that was once home to Harry Warner—one of the brothers who co-founded Warner Bros. Studios— has a buyer after nearly six years on the market. The home at 1005 North ...