We all know Warner Brothers Pictures, Inc., one of the largest largest American motion-picture studios. But did you know that the Warner brothers are Polish? Jack, Harry, Sam, and Albert Warner were brothers born to a Polish immigrant.
I found some interesting links showing the family's history:
A link with geneological information about the Warner brothers and their family. The article states they were from "Krasnoshiltz" of the "Russian Empire". This town is called Krasnosielc of Poland, as Poland was at the time of their immigration a part of the Russian Empire.
While the last name Warner is not a Polish last name, Polish and Jewish history and culture have been linked since the 10th century and, especially, during the time of the "Black Death" when Jews were unfairly blamed for it. Yes, I know, it's Wikipedia, but there are a lot of credible links in this link.
Another link with the history of the Warner brothers.
And a link to a family history film.
I don't think I need to explain Warner Brothers Pictures, Inc., what films they have done, etc. We all know that large gold "WB" logo instinctively when it flashes across the screen.