ID Date Type Description Summary
2329 1934-10-15 Letter Dr. LeMee, leading nose, throat and ear specialist in France, is interested in the medical films made by Eastman Kodak.
2327 1934-10-19 Letter Reply to a letter (10-1589) regarding enquiry concerning the production of animated cartoons depicting bone and joint me...
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...
2326 1934-10-25 Letter Considering a project to produce animated cartoons depicting various surgical procedures on bones and joints.
1084 1934-10-29 Letter Shorts must carry PCA seal -- "Experience of others discloses that a minimum of 18 feet of film including fade-in and fa...
2374 1934-10-30 Letter Sends Milliken update on status of several short subjects having no record of PCA seal of approval.
2373 1934-11-01 Letter Sends Milliken list of short subjects given seal or made before seal was required. Milliken is trying to make sure that ...
2381 1934-11-16 Letter Despite initial misgivings, Hays feels the PCA seal of approval should be shortened, particularly with short subjects.
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...
2372 1934-11-19 Letter Hart writes to Eastern Production Managers advising of a meeting to be held on 21 November 1934.
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....
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....
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...
1085 1934-11-30 Letter Executives have never hissed the PCA Seal as alleged in a recent Christian Advocate. Audiences have done so on occasion...
1097 1934-12-01 Letter The NBR wants to change the legend used by the studios to "classified and passed by the NBR" in view of current public c...
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...
2376 1934-12-10 Letter Suggesting the PCA seal of approval be placed in the main titles of short subjects as the use of additional footage is a...
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 ...
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...
2325 1934-12-17 Letter Updating Hays on the medical film concerned with animal experimentation. Hays is the honorary president of the Board of ...
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