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Warner Bros. 90th Anniversary: Tales from the Lot(2013)

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    • 2/3/13

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    • Craig
    • 2/3/13

    Sexism is nothing new for Warner Bros. - this is the same studio where Jeff Robinov just a few short years ago (2007) declared "we are no longer doing movies with women in the lead". (Mr. Robinov appears in this documentary.) The films of Warner Bros., and the company itself, have always been male-dominated, but I was absolutely stunned as I watched this and - please correct me if I'm wrong - not a single woman appeared until at least halfway through. This woman was from the costume department. Aside from her brief comments, every actor, director, producer and executive appearing in this "history of Warner Bros." is male. (Ellen Degeneres appears during the end credits.) Perhaps I blinked once or twice, so I welcome being corrected on this point if I missed a woman or two. I'm a male viewer, and became so distracted by this glaring sexism that I could barely concentrate on what people in the film were saying. What's strange is, I can imagine that if this documentary had been done 90 years ago, when Warner began, it would have featured more women than this 2013 film does.

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    • 2/3/13

    I saw the TCM Special on the Warner Bros. Lot. Great seeing so much of the fabled studio. It was good to seeClint Eastwood who has made so many films at WB the ecould be deemed an honorary a Warner Brother. Efrem Zimbalist must be in his 90's and looked remarkable in his interview. Am glad they found a slot for Mr. Zimbalist as I was raised on WB films such as Parrish, Rome Adventure, Palm Springs Weekend and great stars such asTroy Donahue, Ty Hardin, and wish they found a place on the show for Connie Stevens. I could have done without the foul language of one or two of the movie producers interviewed. But all in all a great tribute to a great studiothat produced classics such as Life Of Emile Zola, Dark Victory, My Fair Lady, etc. In fact the great musicals of WB seemed to be neglected to mention. Paramount has stages and buldings named after Lucille Ball, Hal Wallis, Cecil B DeMille, etc. and Sony Columbia has buldings and stages named after their stars such as Kim Novak, William Holden, Rota Hayworth, Cary Grant, why can't Wb name buildings after Muni, Cagney, Flynn, Curtiz, LeRoy, and most definitely Bette Davis?

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