ID Date Type Description Summary
1461 1928-10-01 Correspondence Small group of letters and memos regarding the exhibition of unacceptable motion pictures and the need to clamp down on ...
1444 1928-10-04 Correspondence Relates to the issue of provincial censorship in Canada. Canadian association is debating whether to question the consti...
3270 1928-10-17 Typescript Resolutions at MPTOA Toronto Conference, 17 October 1928, declaring that the good name of the motion picture industry is...
2088 1928-10-19 Court ruling Judicial opinion on a case concerning the legitimacy of the Memphis Board of Censors requiring cuts in King of Kings.
436 1928-10-20 Memo Initial responses of various state censorship boards to the introduction of sound. Hess is anxious to find a test case ...
432 1928-10-25 Memo The Detroit Police Department have their own list of Don'ts which apply to theatrical performances.
422 1928-10-29 Memo Milliken points out that despite Joy's efforts (which have achieved a good deal of success) censor cuts are still being ...
435 1928-11-01 Report 'Analysis of the New York Censorship Report for Period of November 01-15, 1928." Gives numbers of eliminations made in ...
398 1928-11-23 Memo Wilson suggests closer personal relations between Studio Relations personnel and the various censor boards (except Penns...
399 1928-11-23 Memo 'Suggestions for Set-Up of Studio Relations Department." The department is to collect, classify, analyze, and dissemina...
1443 1928-11-23 Correspondence Cooper inquiring about the use of sound news reels in Britain and how this could possibly affect Canada. By rule of the ...
443 1928-11-26 Letter and reply Virginia censorship officials request the submission of sound scripts pending the outcome of a test case. Nate Sauber o...
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