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February 1, 2012 – Rotating
Museum: American History Museum
Location: Constitution Ave. Entrance, Artifact Walls
Warner Bros. is one of the oldest established American production companies. The display features selected memorabilia spanning the company’s ninety-plus years. The current focus is on costumes from WB produced films The Adventures of Robin Hood, My Fair Lady and the Academy Award winning 2013 film Gravity. Visitors can also see a drawing by Chuck Jones and a script by Theodor Geisel, better known as Dr. Seuss, for the short animated training film Private Snafu, in addition to paintings used in Robin Hood and a Constitution Day booklet given to WB employees to boost morale during World War II.
Note: The Harry Potter robe is not currently on view.