Definition of Warner Brothers in US English:

Warner Brothers

proper noun

  • A movie production company founded in 1923 by the brothers Harry, Jack, Sam, and Albert Warner. The company produced the first full-length sound movie, The Jazz Singer, in 1927 and went on to release successful gangster films with Humphrey Bogart, Busby Berkeley musicals in the 1930s and 1940s, and the Looney Tunes cartoons.


Warner Brothers

/ˈwôrnər ˌbrəT͟Hərz/