- This is the first major movie studio to open a museum dedicated to memorabilia from its films. Showcased in the museum are costumes, props, animation cells, letters and more, collected over 75 years since Warner Bros opened. The museum showcases the four Oscars the studio has won, one of them for the first talkie, 'The Jazz Singer' (1927). Specific items on display include the clothes and piano from 'Casablanca', Vanessa Redgrave's pumpkinseed dress from 'Camelot', John Wayne's saddle and chaps, and James Dean's 500 motorcycle. The museum can be seen as part of the Warner Bros VIP Studio tour. Children under eight years of age are not permitted.
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