Cinema: Warners in England

Returned to Manhattan just in time for the premiere of Five Star Final (see below), Jack L. Warner, Warner Bros, vice president in charge of production, announced that Warner Bros, had established a new studio at Teddington, Middlesex, England and planned to make 15 English and twelve French pictures there in the next year. Definitely scheduled for the Teddington Studio was George Arliss' next picture.

Warner Bros, had two reasons for a British studio: 1) to evade quota restrictions which state that 10% of all cinemas exhibited...

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