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As a young girl, Cass Warner would accompany her father, twice Oscar-nominated writer/producer Milton Sperling, to the Warner Bros. studio lot each Saturday. So long as she avoided any door with a flashing red light, she was given free reign of the Warner lot and all its mesmerizing, circus-like magic. This was the birthplace of her interest in the art of film making.
But celluloid had always been in her blood. Cass' grandfather was Harry M. Warner, the founder and president of Warner Bros., whose inspirational motto for the studio was "to educate, entertain and enlighten," a message that Cass kept dear to her heart. In her youth, she studied acting with the acclaimed 'Milton Katselas', as well as screen-writing under the mentor-ship of her father and Howard Koch of Casablanca fame.
In 1993, Cass authored the definitive story of the Warner family entitled, "Hollywood Be Thy Name: The Warner Brothers Story" now in its 7th printing and newly titled, "The Brothers Warner".
Cass has completed a feature documentary, The Brothers Warner that she directed, wrote and produced, which is an intimate portrait of the family and their cultural legacy.
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