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Sound And Fury

September 25, 1988

Regarding "Sound and Fury" (by Neal Gabler, July 31): Whatever "sins" the Warner Brothers may have committed as makers of the most controversial motion pictures of all time, whatever family squabbles, scandals or skulduggery may have come to light because of their actions, particularly those of Jack Warner, their motto of later years makes one want to forgive them because of their dedication to that motto: "Combining good citizenship with good picture making." Those words are not easy for me to forget because I read them on the billboard at the entrance to the Burbank studio every morning when I came to work for many years. It made me proud to be associated with these film makers.

MONROE RUBINGER

Beverly Hills

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