ID Date Type Description Summary
2646 1935-06-24 Letter Regarding reissues of films. They must be approved by the PCA.
2645 1935-06-26 Letter Disagrees with the agreement (or disagrees that there was an agreement) that any film reissued before 1 August 1935 must...
2482 1935-07-01 Letter Congratulating Hess on his memo to all member companies regarding the issue of representation of the dead in biographica...
2704 1935-07-08 Letter MPPDA playing unofficial mediator between Warners and a disgruntled exhibitor -- the details of the situation are not gi...
2693 1935-07-16 Letter MPPDA wants around fifty copies of the booklet "Moving Pictures and the Adolescent" -- social influence of motion pictur...
2506 1935-07-23 Letter The Associated Theatre Owners of Indiana are working on a plan to eliminate double features; some theatre owners are str...
2508 1935-07-23 Letter Paramount do not want to sign certain exhibition contracts in Indiana without the State agreeing to eliminate double fea...
2505 1935-07-25 Letter Information regarding the banning of double features.
2571 1935-07-29 Letter Canada Censorship Boards will not pass any more gangster films (G-Men pictures). Foreign.
2504 1935-08-02 Letter Approximately ninety percent of theatres owners in Indiana do want to end the exhibition of double features but ten perc...
2565 1935-08-05 Letter Sending Hays a list of the words and phrases that are unacceptable under the Production Code -- see the list 11-0276.
2644 1935-08-05 Letter RKO are reissuing several films and the PCA has not had time to approval them -- RKO has been forced to reissue them wit...
1112 1935-08-23 Letter A congratulatory letter from Fox's office in England praising the Advertising Code. Fox in England is having much less ...
2544 1935-09-03 Letter MPPDA want Mascot to join the association. Nat Levine (Mascot) is not keen.
1121 1935-09-06 Letter Although G-Man pictures comply with all the tenets of the Code, their excessive violence and brutality have been causing...
2564 1935-09-06 Letter The new list (or an additional list) of words not acceptable under the Production Code. Women shall not be referred to ...
2471 1935-09-25 Letter Covering letter accompanying the dissemination of the Survey and Report on Screen Advertising (13 September 1935), plus ...
2478 1935-09-26 Letter The wife of the late Senator Huey Long objects to a proposed Universal film about the life of her husband.
2479 1935-10-01 Letter Hays assures the wife of the late Senator Huey Long that he would do whatever he could to aid her as Universal is planni...
2540 1935-10-01 Letter Sending Bright an up to date copy of the by-laws of the Association of Motion Picture Producers. Copy included.
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