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James Cagney with the cast of 1935's A Midsummer Night's Dream (and 9th-wheel Warner): Dick Powell, Joe E. Brown, Jack Warner, Mickey Rooney, Victor Jory, Olivia de Havilland, Hugh Herbert, and Frank McHugh

James Cagney with the cast of 1935's A Midsummer Night's Dream (and 9th-wheel Warner): Dick Powell, Joe E. Brown, Jack Warner, Mickey Rooney, Victor Jory, Olivia de Havilland, Hugh Herbert, and Frank McHugh

Joy Page Jack Warners step daughter

Joy Page Jack Warners step daughter

The King and his 2 queens - Bette Davis Jack Warner (Prez of Warner Bros Pictures) and Joan Crawford! -- I tell ya, when I saw any of these 3 at that studio, I looked for the closest rock to crawl under!! The earth really did quake when any of them walked by!

The King and his 2 queens - Bette Davis Jack Warner (Prez of Warner Bros Pictures) and Joan Crawford! -- I tell ya, when I saw any of these 3 at that studio, I looked for the closest rock to crawl under!! The earth really did quake when any of them walked by!

Natalie with studio head Jack Warner #blackandwhite

Natalie with studio head Jack Warner #blackandwhite

October 28, 1964, Audrey Hepburn and Jack Warner arrive at the premiere of their new film “My Fair Lady” in Hollywood/California.

October 28, 1964, Audrey Hepburn and Jack Warner arrive at the premiere of their new film “My Fair Lady” in Hollywood/California.

Jack Warner with the Special Oscar received for The Jazz Singer in 1927.

Jack Warner with the Special Oscar received for The Jazz Singer in 1927.

William Powell, Errol Flynn, Kay Francis, Jack Warner & Marion Davies.

William Powell, Errol Flynn, Kay Francis, Jack Warner & Marion Davies.

Jack Warner with his Oscar for Best Picture, Audrey Hepburn, Rex Harrison with his award for Best Actor and George Cukor holding his Oscar for Best Director. All for My Fair Lady. 37th Academy Awards, April 5, 1965.

Jack Warner with his Oscar for Best Picture, Audrey Hepburn, Rex Harrison with his award for Best Actor and George Cukor holding his Oscar for Best Director. All for My Fair Lady. 37th Academy Awards, April 5, 1965.

In what must have been an awkward moment backstage at the 1965 Oscars, Jack Warner congratulates Julie Andrews. Warner holding his Oscar for Best Picture (My Fair Lady) and Andrews with hers for Best Actress (Mary Poppins)

In what must have been an awkward moment backstage at the 1965 Oscars, Jack Warner congratulates Julie Andrews. Warner holding his Oscar for Best Picture (My Fair Lady) and Andrews with hers for Best Actress (Mary Poppins)

At Center of FIFA Scandal, a Divisive Politician in Jack Warner - NYTimes.com

At Center of FIFA Scandal, a Divisive Politician in Jack Warner - NYTimes.com