The icon of cinema, Warner Bros. film production company, was established by the businessmen with Polish roots. Warner brothers were born in Krasnosielec, near Warsaw. First, they emigrated to Baltimore, then to Canada and subsequently to Youngstown, Ohio. The father of the family changed the name from Wonskolaser to Warner while waiting for the arrival of the family from emigration wandering. The brothers pledged the family assets, a horse named Bob, and sold the father's watch in order to gain capital for purchasing a projector. Twenty years later, on 4 April 1923, they founded the film production company, which is now one of the largest in the world. They are considered the most prominent people in the American film making industry. For many years, they have been competing with another film making company – The Walt Disney Company.