ID Date Type Description Summary
1002 1934-04-28 Letter Catholic approval of Hays ban on Dillinger film -- along with a number of other letters all approving, from women's gr...
2422 1934-05-01 Letter Responding to Hays' letter asking the studios to appoint a staff member to liaison with the Studio Relations Committee o...
1973 1934-05-08 Letter Everyone happy to see MPPDA seal appear on every film.
1996 1934-05-12 Correspondence Letters and a resolution made by the church -- in support of Hays.
1044 1934-05-14 Letter Discusses the designation of a studio staff member to operate as the ongoing and consistent contact for the Studio Relat...
2007 1934-05-17 Memo Repeatoscope -- device that projects pictures in the lobby of theatres (with optional nickel slot) -- includes pictures...
1045 1934-05-24 Letter Heads of story departments suggested they should receive copies of Breen letters to studios on Production Code matters t...
2421 1934-05-28 Letter Response to Hays' letter suggesting that Story Department heads receive copies of MPPDA correspondence regarding Product...
1116 1934-05-28 Memo A list of the Board members of the Motion Picture Research Council, with comments. "Professionals" include William H. S...
1107 1934-06-15 Memo Wingate succeeded Joy as director of Studio Relations in mid-October 1932. Breen succeeded Wingate in January 1934, but...
2345 1934-06-19 Letter Recommending Metro Goldwyn drop the proposed film, to be directed by Fritz Lang, that portrays a crazed group overthrowi...
1022 1934-06-19 Memo Attorney General Cummings and the Department of Justice are strongly opposed to any film depicting the overthrow of a de...
1047 1934-06-19 Memo On Hays' return to the East, "he called a meeting of the Story Department heads for 18 May 1934, where they were told of...
1023 1934-06-22 Letter Given Department of Justice objections to Selznicks idea, suggested by Fritz Lang, for a picture showing the overthrow o...
2418 1934-06-26 Certificate Copy of the certificate of approval that will be sent to producer when a film has been approved by the Production Code A...
1052 1934-06-30 Memo Hays memo on Minutes of Board of Directors, suggesting alterations to MPPDA Board of Directors minutes dealing with Reso...
1049 1934-06-30 Letter Details of procedure for implementation of revised Production Code machinery for approval of final prints -- telling th...
2410 1934-07-01 Press release Announcing amplified authority of the Production Code, effective 15 July 1934. Essentially, Breen will have final say ov...
3192 1934-07-01 Press release Announcing amplified authority of the Production Code, effective 15 July 1934. Essentially, Breen will have final say ov...
1050 1934-07-02 Letter Details of procedure re implementation of Production Code machinery.
2417 1934-07-03 Letter Acknowledging the recent instructions regarding the process of print submission to PCA.
965 1934-07-05 Letter Complaints over John B Lewis (assisting Breen on advertising in Hollywood) inconsistency of decisions and over differenc...
2307 1934-07-11 Bulletin/circular Allied States blames the business practices of the producers -- especially block booking -- for the Catholic boycott. H...
1055 1934-07-11 Letter He thinks Nick Schenck's reservation in letter 10 July 1934 is fair.
2414 1934-07-11 Telegram Clarifying the resolutions passed and the regulations of the Production Code Administration in the lead up to the releas...
2413 1934-07-12 Press release Several major studios have given exhibitors the power not to exhibit any of their films that were released prior to 15 J...
1058 1934-07-17 Memo Repeating his point about a distinction between a Certificate of Approval and one of Compliance with Production Code - l...
1060 1934-07-19 Letter enclosing signature by Hammons and Albert Warner of 3 July 1934 resolution
1063 1934-07-21 Memo Trem Carr of independent producers is keen to have the 'reputable' Independents submit to the PCA. Early suggestions as ...
2341 1934-07-27 Letter Meeting of Board of Directors to be held on 2 August 1934.
1007 1934-07-28 Correspondence MPPDA should agree not to make a picture based on the life of Dillinger - affirmative replies from Albert Warner, Zukor,...
1009 1934-07-28 Memo Muto taking action to have Dillinger compilation newsreel film distributed by McHenry of Charlotte, NC, "long associated...
1006 1934-07-28 Telegram "'Suppose Universal does get cooperation from Federal Government in making film based on life of Dillinger. What is lik...
1008 1934-07-30 Memo RKO theatre in Columbus advertising newsreel showing Dillinger corpse. "We repealed censorship of newsreels in Ohio last...
2340 1934-08-01 Letter Meeting of the Board of Directors to be held 2 August 1934 to discuss the report filed by publicity and advertising head...
2405 1934-08-03 Letter Updating Hays on the situation with the Independents and the PCA. Chadwick busy fighting the Double Billing issue. Johns...
1064 1934-08-07 Letter The matter of independent producers involvement with Production Code will have to wait until NRA Code double-bill issue ...
2395 1934-08-13 Generic letter Copy of letter for independent producers to sign and return to Hays as an agreement that the PCA facilities will be avai...
2404 1934-08-13 Letter and enclosure/s An article in the Hollywood Citizen News claims the Independents do not want to obtain the PCA seal of approval. Two day...
2403 1934-08-15 Letter and enclosure/s An article in the Hollywood Citizen News reports that the independents are keen to have Production Code Approval. Ray Jo...
1066 1934-08-17 Letter Details of agreement between Beetson and Chadwick for independent producers to use Production Code facilities and have t...
2398 1934-08-21 Telegram Will there be a written agreement between the MPPDA and Independents or will it be a gentleman's agreement?
2399 1934-08-21 Telegram Regarding the Independents submitting their films to PCA for approval. Will there be a written agreement between the two...
2397 1934-08-23 Letter Independent Motion Pictures Association agree to submit their films to the Production Code Administration and agree to t...
1020 1934-08-24 Letter Re publicity men's' report on boycott and censorship emergency -- does not agree with it as a whole but thinks the ide...
1076 1934-08-24 Memo Hess thinks Bright suggestion in 21 August 1934 letter should be followed, Milliken thinks Code wording should not be ch...
971 1934-08-30 Letter Complaint from Joe Schenck that PCA did not notify him of their objection to English play "The Old Folks at Home" which ...
1978 1934-09-03 Letter Hays intends to ask opinion of member companies concerning the notification of suspect books and plays. Schenck feels ha...
970 1934-09-04 Correspondence The major companies reply to 4 September 1934 Hays inquiry about notifying other companies about suspect plays and books...
969 1934-09-04 Letter 'When a company, before the purchase of a book or play, asks the opinion of this office or the PCA as to whether or not ...
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