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This Day in Film History:
October 5


1927:

Studio pioneer Sam Warner dies of a cerebral hematoma at age 39 in Los Angeles. His will stipulates that his stock in the studio will go to his surviving brothers.

1946:

Warner's cartoon The Big Snooze, starring Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd, is released. This is the final cartoon Bob Clampett directs for Warner Bros.

1990:

The first film to receive an NC-17 rating, Philip Kaufman's Henry & June, opens in the US on 307 screens.
Source: Censored Hollywood

2001:

BOP favorite The Royal Tenenbaums opens.





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