ID Date Type Description Summary
1899 1933-03-23 Letter Fully supporting complete adherence to the Code.
1926 1933-03-23 Memo First meeting of the creditors of the bankrupt Paramount Publix will occur on 3 April 1933. Declared bankrupt on 14 Marc...
1872 1933-03-25 Memo While the Monogram membership application is still pending, Milliken notes that the issue has been informally laid over ...
1897 1933-03-25 Letter In full agreement regarding the Reaffirmation of Adherence. Suggests business is too often placed above moral standards.
2318 1933-03-27 Memo Discusses a resolution passed at Board of Directors meeting (December 1932) requiring all chief executives of member com...
1871 1933-03-29 Memo Early information regarding Monogram's potential membership with MPPDA.
910 1933-03-29 Letter Cohen suggests that the Production Code problem lies with stories they buy - 60% of them contain something dubious. MP...
1893 1933-03-30 Letter Offering complete compliance with the reaffirmation of adherence.
909 1933-03-31 Letter Zukor has discussed situation with Cohen -- he and all Paramount Executives "are deeply conscious of the problems conf...
908 1933-03-31 Letter Enclosed is a memo 29 March 1933 to Laemmle Jr. clearly stating the "new regime" in relation to the Production and Adver...
911 1933-04-01 Letter Hays tells Cohen that he is correct that Production Code problems arise when bad material is purchased - it is better ...
1939 1933-04-01 Letter Hays asks that all foreign films that are distributed by member countries must be seen by Wingate (or someone else in th...
1838 1933-04-03 Letter The process for selecting films for the Federal Archives Building.
1892 1933-04-05 Letter Offering a list of theatre owners that could be sent the notice of reaffirmation of adherence. Hays does send such a let...
1891 1933-04-06 Letter Letter sent to various theatre owners. Strong statement regarding the reaffirmation of Advertising Code and Production ...
1938 1933-04-06 Letter Regarding the approval of foreign films: Warner Bros. is not releasing any foreign films in the US.
1937 1933-04-10 Letter The adherence of locally distributed foreign films to the Code is understood and will be taken care of.
912 1933-04-12 Letter Clearly establishing his company's stance against salacious advertising. Notes the position of the chain - Atlanta - ...
1889 1933-04-13 Letter Having been sent the Reaffirmation documents, Sisk offers his company's assurances. Also, notes that RKO has not offende...
1890 1933-04-13 Letter and enclosure/s protesting First National advertising for Lilly Turner.Enclosed is the First National advertisement for Lilly Turner. Wi...
875 1933-04-17 Memo Souther California TOA have concluded agreement to eliminate double-features and now expect Fox West Coast to do so, too...
913 1933-04-18 Letter Ensuring Hays of his company's policy of clean advertising in light of the Reaffirmation of Adherence. Agrees with Adver...
1936 1933-04-22 Letter Kent understands films distributed by RKO but made in foreign countries must be approved by the MPPDA; will take appropr...
1815 1933-04-29 Memo A summary of distribution economics. Centralized physical distribution, reduction of representatives and exchanges in sm...
914 1933-05-01 Speech/address Reaffirmation necessary to avoid emergency and legislation and anti-movie editorials. Lists pictures which have caused ...
1816 1933-05-05 Letter Copy of Palfreyman's memo dated 29 April 1933 (10-0213 to 10-0217) for the conference on distribution economics.
1882 1933-05-08 Letter Instructing companies that the attached paragraph (not included here - see 10-527) must be incorporated into all contrac...
1814 1933-05-09 Memo Report on the conference on distribution economics. Includes the consolidated physical distribution plan, reductions on ...
1881 1933-05-09 Letter Paramount will use the clause (see 10-527) but can there be a note in contract instructing distributors that the major d...
1841 1933-05-10 Memo George Trendle (Kunsky Enterprises) wants to take over several theatres in Detroit currently under the control of the Pu...
1870 1933-05-11 Memo Ray Johnston (Monogram) informs Hess that the decision to join the MPPDA rests with the Executive Committee of Monogram ...
1880 1933-05-11 Letter RKO has received the paragraph that must be used in all contracts between distributing companies and producing units (se...
1832 1933-05-12 Letter These exhibitors have eliminated double features but are asking for concessions in the form of trading features for shor...
2292 1933-05-23 Letter Hays replies to a Beetson telegram asking about Joe Schenck's attitude to the Arbitration agreement. Hays writes that S...
1830 1933-06-01 Letter No complaints have been made by the Californian exhibitors regarding Paramount reverting back to single features.
1866 1933-06-09 Letter Monogram plans to go into national distribution. Wants to join MPPDA and discuss the the issue of talent borrowing with ...
928 1933-06-09 Letter Zanuck had been demanding a salary increase, had resigned over "the termination of the bank holiday salary reduction." ...
921 1933-06-09 Telegram forwarding letter from Harry Warner alleging malpractice by 20th Century -- will be discussed at MPPDA Board of Direct...
923 1933-06-12 Letter Denies charges made in Harry Warner letter of 9 June 1933 -- did not talk to Zanuck until after he resigned from WB -...
1868 1933-06-14 Memo Establishing Monogram Pictures distributing position as it currently stands. Not technically a national distributor but ...
929 1933-06-14 Letter Details Lucien Hubbard case -- Zanuck assistant who went to MGM when Thalberg was failing to perform there -- after th...
926 1933-06-15 Telegram Koenig agrees argument with Jack Warner that the situation is the result of misunderstanding -- attempting to arrange ...
2279 1933-06-16 Memos Routine correspondence -- Hays to Myers
1852 1933-06-16 Letter The rescheduling of Board of Directors' meeting, now to be held 19 June 1933.
2317 1933-06-16 Letter Kent unable to attend rescheduled Board of Directors' meeting now to be held 19 June 1933.
931 1933-06-17 Telegram 20th Century does not wish to join MPPDA because of the unethical behavior of WB.
1854 1933-06-18 Letter Mayer clearly setting out the terms, as he understands them, of the Chevalier contract. Chevalier guaranteed $150,000 (o...
1865 1933-06-19 Letter Monogram wants to join both MPPDA and AMPP.
930 1933-06-19 Letter Denies Harry Warner accusations in 9 June 1933 and 14 June 1933 letters and 14 June 1933 Board of Directors meeting: MGM...
932 1933-06-20 Letter Circulating copies of Harry Warner 14 June 1933 and Nick Schenck 19 June 1933 letters
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