ID Date Type Description Summary
2676 1935-02-20 Memo The list of films currently in circulation that are not acceptable under the Code. There are three classifications -- im...
2677 1935-02-20 Telegram The list of films currently in circulation that are not acceptable under the Code. There are three classifications -- im...
2678 1935-02-20 Memo Justifies the reasons for the inclusion of the Warner Bros. films in the list of objectionable films (11-0539) currently...
2466 1935-02-19 Memo Hays is asking First Division Pictures to submit its advertising material for approval under the code.
2679 1935-02-16 Letter Hays thanks Clark for withdrawing Fox's George White's Scandals and Hoopla from circulation. These two films have been i...
2680 1935-02-15 Letter Fox has withdrawn George White's Scandals and Hoopla from circulation. These two films have been included on the list de...
1134 1935-02-10 Correspondence Correspondence re movies recommended for withdrawal from circulation, especially in the light of the Catholic banned lis...
2681 1935-02-08 Correspondence Certain films currently in circulation need to be withdrawn because they are not acceptable under the new provisions of ...
2559 1935-02-04 Memo Asking Milliken to compile a memo listing the work of the MPPDA in relation to the development of pedagogic films, for a...
1117 1935-02-03 Memo Summary of MPPDA initiatives in education, for Hays' information prior to a meeting with Walter A. Jessup of the Carnegi...
2509 1935-02-01 Memo Memo on double features and the problems associated with them. Palfreyman notes instances when two vastly different film...
2510 1935-02-01 Memo Memo compiling opinions on double features taken from recent studies and reports -- opinions are against double billing.
2511 1935-01-31 Memo Another example of problem with double features: family film suitable for children exhibited with film appropriate only ...
2512 1935-01-31 Memo King of Kings and Two Kinds of Women were shown together in a double feature.
2557 1935-01-21 Letter Thanking Hays for information regarding clauses ensuring compliance with the Production Code and the financial charges i...
2685 1935-01-18 Memo Informing Breen that the companies have been informed that reissues must receive PCA approval.
2689 1935-01-16 Telegram Unanimous decision reached on reissues -- they need to be submitted and approved by the PCA.
2637 1935-01-09 Letter Agreeing with the decision to have East Coast and foreign production submitted to the PCA.
2690 1935-01-07 Memo Apparently most companies are not interested in reissues as they perform badly. Milliken feels they should still be subj...
2638 1935-01-07 Letter Both Warner brothers agree with Hays on the decision to have all East Coast and foreign films submitted to the PCA for a...
2691 1935-01-05 Letter Hays suggests reissues should be submitted for PCA approval prior to re-release.
1131 1935-01-03 Letter All films produced abroad and on the East Coast will henceforth go through the West Coast PCA machinery. Hart will only...
1086 1934-12-28 Memo Hays should send letter to MPPDA members in New York advising them of the change of Production Code procedure in regard ...
2370 1934-12-28 Memo Gigolette (RKO) is finally acceptable under Production Code provisions. To be released 29 December 1934. The Battle (Uni...
2375 1934-12-21 Letter Regarding the proposal for the PCA approval seal to appear in the main title of short subjects to avoid the need for ext...
2635 1934-12-21 Letter Reminding Hays to raise the issue of shortening the PCA seal of approval on short subjects with Breen.
2683 1934-12-18 Memo In relation to the compilation of a list of objectionable films still being exhibited that were released prior to 15 Jul...
2325 1934-12-17 Letter Updating Hays on the medical film concerned with animal experimentation. Hays is the honorary president of the Board of ...
1027 1934-12-17 Memo Columbia and Paramount would discontinue National Board of Review (NBR) and do not want wording changed. Kelly at MGM w...
2364 1934-12-13 Letter Outlines the Florida state statute in relation to films and need for the seal of approval from the National Board of Rev...
2361 1934-12-11 Letter Cohn is opposed to changing the NBR approval legend to "Classified and Passed by the National Board of Review" from the ...
1096 1934-12-10 Letter Buckley thinks the continued employment of the National Board of Review (NBR) is a waste of money: "The NBR, as you know...
1082 1934-11-26 Letter Calls to reduce the length of the PCA seal. Currently appears on screen for a relatively lengthy period of time. As patr...
2379 1934-11-23 Memo Breen reports an consensus that the PCA seal of approval for short subjects should be changed due to its length, and the...
2490 1934-11-23 Letter Two examples of eliminations the Kansas Censor Board insisted upon in two MGM films: The Painted Veil and The Gay Bride....
2489 1934-11-22 Memo Regarding the Kansas Censor Board and the representation of liquor. The state board has no tolerance for any sequence in...
1019 1934-11-21 Memo "After you left the meeting [of Advertising Committee] today, it was unanimously requested that you recommend to the pre...
1081 1934-11-20 Memo Palfreyman had attended Loew's 83rd St. Theatre to investigate hissing of PCA Seal. The Production Code Administration s...
1100 1934-11-20 Letter Schaefer suggests that the PCA seal of approval be placed with the main title, thereby reducing the cost of the process....
2306 1934-11-17 Letter Hays feels the Production Code Administration seal of approval could be modified but is insistent that the emphasis of t...
2381 1934-11-16 Letter Despite initial misgivings, Hays feels the PCA seal of approval should be shortened, particularly with short subjects.
2382 1934-11-13 Correspondence Paramount is pushing for a change to the Production Code Administration seal of approval, particularly with short subjec...
2339 1934-10-24 Letter Calling for a meeting of the Board of Directors on 30 October 1934 to further discuss an issue raised at the meeting hel...
1105 1934-10-15 Letter Hays reassures Breen that Chadwick is not intended to actually join Breen's staff.
1099 1934-10-10 Memo 'Again attention is called to the dangerous situation developing due to the fact that a certain portion of the product w...
2347 1934-10-09 Memo Stating the position of Monogram Pictures, the extent of its work, etc. for the purpose of membership to the MPPDA.
2349 1934-10-08 Memo Regarding Monogram Pictures' proposed membership to MPPDA. Not eligible to be classed as a distributor or exchange. Cons...
1073 1934-10-08 Letter According to Breen, Chadwick wants the PCA position for selfish reasons so all independent producers work through him -...
1080 1934-09-27 Letter PCA seal and certificate occupies a lot of screen time, especially on shorts -- could some alternative method be used?
1070 1934-09-27 Memo Independent producers want to use Chadwick as their PCA contact and pay him $40 per film.
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