Jack Leonard "J. L." Warner (August 2, 1892 – September 9, 1978), born Jacob Warner in London, Ontario, was a Canadian American film executive who was the president and driving force behind the Warner Bros. Studios in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California. Warner’s career spanned some forty-five years, its duration surpassing that of any other of the seminal Hollywood studio moguls.
Formerly the property of Mrs. Jack l. Warner - Trabert & Hoeffer, Mauboussin attributed - A late Art Deco platinum, emerald and diamond clip / necklace, circa 1940. Centring a large round cabochon emerald measuring 3.7 x 3.7cm. Unsigned, numbered. Source: Sotheby's Magnificent Jewelry, New York, 24 & 25 October, 1990.
Gold Is Where You Find It 1938 Theatrical release poster // Directed by Michael Curtiz Produced by Samuel Bischoff Jack L. Warner Hal B. Wallis Written by Warren Duff Robert Buckner William Wister Haines (uncredited) Michael Jacoby (uncredited) Starring George Brent Olivia de Havilland Music by Max Steiner Release date(s) February 12, 1938
His smooth, pale fingers curled around her hand as those grey eyes searched her face, the usual coldness of them softening slightly. "I'll be your soldier," he breathed. She ripped her hand out of his grasp. "I don't need a soldier," she seethed. "I have myself. And that is enough."