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  1. Abraham "Albert" Warner (born Aaron Wonsal, July 23, 1884 – November 26, 1967) was an American film executive who was one of the founders of Warner Bros. He established the production studio with his brothers Harry, Sam, and Jack L. Warner. He served as the studio's treasurer, until he sold his stock in 1956.

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  3. Albert Warner - Wikipedia

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    Abraham "Albert" Warner (born Aaron Wonsal, July 23, 1884 – November 26, 1967) was an American film executive who was one of the founders of Warner Bros. He established the production studio with his brothers Harry, Sam, and Jack L. Warner. He served as the studio's treasurer, until he sold his stock in 1956.

  4. Albert Warner | American producer | Britannica

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    Albert Warner American producer Learn about this topic in these articles: Warner Brothers In Warner Brothers: Origins ), 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.

  5. Albert Warner (born Abraham Wonsal) was one of the founders of Warner Bros. Studios. He established the production studio with his brothers Harry, Sam, and Jack Warner and served as the studio's treasurer, until he sold his stock in 1956. Before entering the film business, Warner tried his hand at several occupations.

  6. Albert Warner - Biography - IMDb

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    Albert Warner was born on July 23, 1883 in Krasnoshiltz, Russian Empire. He is known for Kaiser's Finish (1918). He was married to Bessie Siegel Levy and Elizabeth B. Krieger (Bessie). He died on November 26, 1967 in Miami Beach, Florida, USA.

  7. Albert Warner - Ohio History Central

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    Albert Warner. navigation search. The Warner Brothers were exhibitors, distributors and producers of motion pictures. The Warner Brothers were Harry, Sam, Albert, and Jack Warner. They were the sons of Polish immigrants. Their father arrived in the United States in 1887. The rest of the immediate family, with the exception of four children who had died in Poland, did not arrive until 1895.

  8. Harry, Albert, Sam & Jack Warner - Jewish Virtual Library

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    Harry, Albert, Sam & Jack Warner. The Warner family were pioneers of the motion picture industry and founders of Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. The Warners date their entrance into the industry from 1903, when they rented a vacant store in New Castle, Pennsylvania. There were nine children in this Polish immigrant family, but only four were active in the business: Harry, the eldest (1881–1958), born in Poland; Albert (1883–1967), born in Baltimore; Sam (1884–1927), and Jack, born in ...

  9. Albert Warner - Music Rising ~ The Musical Cultures of the ...

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    Born in the Tremé neighborhood of New Orleans, trombonist Albert Warner (1890-1966) worked primarily with brass bands, although he worked with dance bands in the early part of his musical career. Warner began playing trombone in the early 1910s, starting with lessons from his half-brother Ulysses Jackson and Honore Dutrey. His first professional experience was with the Bull’s Band, and over the course of the 1920s and 30s he worked with “Big Eye” Louis Nelson Dellile, Kid Rena, Buddie ...

  10. Albert Warner - 64 Parishes

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    A lbert Warner is best remembered as a traditional jazz and brass band trombone player from New Orleans. Warner played with the Excelsior, Columbia, Pacific, and Original brass bands prior to joining the Eureka Brass Band as a regular member. Warner would play with the Eureka for the last thirty-three years of his life.

  11. Albert Warner - IMDb

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    Albert Warner (1883–1967) Albert Warner. Additional Crew. + Add or change photo on IMDbPro ». Albert Warner was born on July 23, 1883 in Krasnoshiltz, Russian Empire. He is known for Kaiser's Finish (1918). He was previously married to Bessie Siegel Levy and Elizabeth B. Krieger (Bessie). He died on November 26, 1967 in Miami Beach, Florida, USA.

  12. Albert Warner profile and biography, stats, records, averages ...

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    Albert Warner profile and biography, stats, records, averages, photos and videos. Matches (8) PAK v NZ (1) BBL (1) AUS v SA (1) Ranji Trophy (3) Nepal T20 (2) Previous.

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