ID Date Type Description Summary
508 1929-10-08 Letter Community conference -- complaints over vulgar short subjects. Wants First National to cooperate with Joy
1512 1929-10-02 Letter Milliken thanks Finegan for the Wood-Freeman report on Eastman's experiment with classroom films. Frustratingly the repo...
565 1929-10-01 Letter Hays takes up the case of The Last of Mrs Cheyney, which has been the subject of apparently unreasonable cuts, directly ...
545 1929-09-30 Letter Rackett sees the need for some scientific research into the psychology of sound, and its perception by different groups ...
657 1929-09-30 Letter [Regarding Senor Americano;], the action is laid in Spanish California before its acquisition and naturally, most of the...
2166 1929-09-24 Letter Letter introducing Howson to DeBra and providing some biographical information on his early career as an actor.
547 1929-09-23 Letter 'The advent of wide film of which there is now little question is certainly going to upset things again though if this m...
1492 1929-09-23 Letter Letter outlining the development of arbitration in the motion picture industry (requested of Hays by Sarnoff). Letter i...
2167 1929-09-22 Letter Hays writes to straighten out an incident involving Warners cancelling the contract of a vaudeville player
549 1929-09-20 Letter Activities of AMPAS Technical Bureau: "Our staff is now engaged in making a survey at the studios regarding those subjec...
599 1929-09-20 Letter The Eastern Studio Relations Committee gets into action advising producers of potentially censorable material.
2237 1929-09-20 Letter Commenting on Churchman editorials and encouraging McConnell to set up an investigation -- suggests it will damage coope...
568 1929-09-17 Letter Columbia Amusement Co. are using this trailer on sound pictures: "The management of this theatre begs your indulgence fo...
607 1929-09-12 Letter There have been a number of objections to Smiling Irish Eyes on "racial" grounds. Russell comments, "You will perhaps w...
538 1929-09-11 Letter Mentions that Father Francis Talbot -- literary editor of America -- sat in on a review of Smiling Irish Eyes to che...
606 1929-09-11 Letter AIMF. McGoldrick affirms that in the opinion of the International Federation of Catholic Alumni (IFCA) Smiling Irish Ey...
658 1929-09-11 Letter Warners have filed a complaint against Western Electric and ERPI, and Michaels sees in them an ally in his personal camp...
1511 1929-09-05 Letter Eastman Teaching Films are interested in a film on the mechanics of the human brain entitled "Travelogue" (shown at Yale...
666 1929-08-30 Letter Violations of profanity Don'ts in The Lady Lies. "The Company members have been very careful to avoid these definite vi...
1534 1929-08-29 Letter "With reference to our correspondence regarding the use of the title "The Racketeer", I beg to say that we plan to place...
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