Warner Week

So great have the mass amusement companies become that they now hold private conventions. Last week was Warner Brothers week in Atlantic City. Lesser executives, between frolics along the Boardwalk, listened to speeches by President Harry M. Warner and Vice President-in-Charge-of-Production Jack L. Warner, heard Warner plans for the year.

Theatres. Last year Warner Brothers spent $28,000,000 buying theatres. This year, shrewd Vice President & General Manager Sam Morris told the delegates, they will buy "about 1,000 theatres." Added President Harry: "Wherever we cannot play our products, we will establish theatres of...

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