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Jack L. Warner - 1776

Jack L. Warner - 1776
Title:
1776
Performer:
Jack L. Warner
Released:
1972
Catalog:
S 31741
Country:
Canada
MP3 album size:
2698 mb
FLAC album size:
1877 mb
Genre:
Label:
Columbia

Tracklist


11776 (Overture)2:08
2Piddle, Twiddle And Resolve; Till Then4:33
3Is Anybody There?2:52
4The Egg3:51
5He Plays The Violin4:08
6Momma Look Sharp3:10
7Finale1:34
8Molasses To Rum4:35
9The Lees Of Old Virginia2:59
10Yours, Yours, Yours3:32
11But, Mr. Adams5:54
12Sit Down, John1:56


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
S 31741Jack L. Warner 1776 ‎(LP)ColumbiaS 31741US1972


Credits


  • Directed ByPeter H. Hunt
  • ProducerJack L. Warner


Notes


Unipak gatefold


Barcodes


  • Matrix / Runout: SAL-31741-1A 2-K
  • Matrix / Runout: SBL-31741-1A 2-HD


Album


1776 Original Motion Picture Soundtrack album cover. Sit Down, John John Adams, Congress. Jack L. Warner bought the film rights to the musical for million. Many members of the original Broadway cast, including William Daniels, Ken Howard, John Cullum, and Howard Da Silva, reprised their roles for the film. Ralston Hill, Ron Holgate, David Ford, Charles Rule and others repeated their roles from the Broadway production, marking their only appearances in feature film. This was a decision Warner made himself after feeling he made a mistake by turning down Julie Andrews for the 1964 film adaptation of My Fair Lady in favor of Audrey Hepburn. Jack Leonard Warner born Jacob Warner August 2, 1892 September 9, 1978 was a Canadian-American film executive who was the president and driving force behind the Warner Bros. Studios in Burbank, California. Warner's career spanned some 45 years, its duration surpassing that of any other of the seminal Hollywood studio moguls. As co-head of production at Warner Bros. Studios, he worked with his brother, Sam Warner, to procure the technology for the film industry's first talking picture, The Jazz. From the 1972 Jack L. Warner production of 1776. Based on the 1969 Tony Award winning stage musical of the same name. 1776, the prizewinning Broadway musical now in its third year on Broadway, will be filmed by Jack L. Warner and Columbia Pictures. Warner, who acquired film rights to the play last Jan uary for a reported sum of 1,250,000 and a percentage, will produce the movie and cofinance it with Columbia on a budget of 5million to 6 million, it was reported yes terday at a news conference. Peter Stone, who wrote the book for the play, is at work on the script. Peter Hunt, the play's director, will direct the film version, which is slated to go before the cameras at Columbia's Holly w. As Jack Warner was not in attendance for the 1970 performance, it remains an open question as to how much of the story behind Warner's cutting of the song is true. In any case, the song was restored on the deluxe wide screen presentation laserdisc and later was included on the restored director's cut DVD. On July 4, 1776, the highest temperature recorded was 76 degrees. 19 of 19 found this interesting Interesting Yes. 1776 from Jack L. Warner 1972 Vinyl. And other albums from Jack L. Warner are available on sale at Recordsale. The scan of the offered item is from us, but may not describe the actual product. The condition of the product results from the information in the product description, especially the classification according to the Goldmine Grading. Producer Jack Warner Jack L Warner 1776 Original 8x10 Photo H5426. Price: shipping. Only 1 left in stock - order soon. Ships from and sold by Jerry Ohlinger's Movie Material Store. Authenticity Provided By. Показати всі. To Have and Have Not. Jack Warner, in full Jack Leonard Warner was an American motion-picture producer, best known of the four brothers-Harry 18811958, Albert 18841967, Samuel 18881927, and Jack-who founded Warner Brothers Pictures, Inc. which became one of Hollywoods Big Five studios. He made most of the artistic and financial decisions, and was highly concerned with keeping the movies under budget. One way he accomplished this was by focusing on one star usually male in each picture. Richard Schikel of