E.J. Stephens, Marc Wanamaker
2010, Arcadia Publishing
Softcover, 128 pages, $21.99
Local author E.J. Stephens, a former board member of the Alex Film Society, will be at the Glendale Central Library Thursday night at 7 pm to talk about and sign copies of his book Early Warner Bros. Studios.
The book is part of Arcadia Publishing’s “Images of America” series. It contains rare photos from the 1920s to the 1950s, and covers the history of Warner brothers Harry, Albert, Sam and Jack, who rose from humble beginnings to become Hollywood moguls.
Stephens, a former WB Studios worker, newspaper columnist and film series host, volunteers as a docent for the Warner Bros. Museum. His co-author is film historian and consultant Marc Wanamaker. An extended review of Early Warner Bros. Studios is posted at Examiner.com.
This FREE event is cosponsored by The Glendale Historical Society and the Friends of the Glendale Public Library. Free 3-hour parking is available at the Maryland parking garage – validation at the Library Circulation Desk.