ID Date Type Description Summary
1158 1937-08-04 Letter Complaint that Goldwyn has cooperated with Saturday Evening Post articles by Alva Johnston which portray him as a "natur...
2852 1937-07-07 Memo Reporting a Phoenix theatre owner who does not show double features -- his shows consist of a feature, newsreel and shor...
3155 1937-07-01 Memo From S.S., re: Louis Aldrich -- Beekman Film vs. Warner Bros., to do with obtaining information from the Army Signal Cor...
2864 1937-07-01 Speech/address "Educational Possibilities of Motion Pictures". Address by May to the National Educational Association Convention.
2837 1937-06-30 Memo Relating to photographs of Joan Blondell taken by a 'candid cameraman' and printed in Modern Screen magazine. This break...
2836 1937-06-29 Letter Concerning photographs of John Blondell in 'a state of undress' taken by a candid cameraman. These photos are considered...
2835 1937-06-29 Letter Relating to photographs of Joan Blondell taken by a 'candid cameraman' and printed in Modern Screen magazine.
2883 1937-06-24 Letter Acknowledging receipt of information regarding a British Censorship ban -- harrowing and gruesome representations of ill...
2884 1937-06-23 Letter Passing on information regarding a British Censorship ban -- harrowing and gruesome representations of illness and surgi...
3149 1937-06-16 Memo Routine correspondence.
3141 1937-06-10 Press release Board has appointed a committee "to study further the question of films for use in classroom work in schools under the s...
2865 1937-06-10 Press release A committee has been set up to further investigate the use of motion pictures for educational purposes -- committee cons...
1166 1937-06-05 Editorial Breen returns from a visit to London promising to incorporate several requirements of English censors into the PCA routi...
3142 1937-06-03 Memo Routine correspondence.
2896 1937-05-28 File Small file on Erwin Panofsky -- leading academic in Fine Arts. He is referred to as the Einstein of Fine Arts. He has wr...
3150 1937-05-26 Memo Routine correspondence.
2848 1937-05-24 Memo A stop order has been placed on Condor Pictures, Inc. by the Federal Securities and Exchange Commission.
2886 1937-05-17 Memo No striptease is appropriate screen material.
2885 1937-05-17 Letter No striptease is appropriate screen material.
3152 1937-05-12 Memo Routine correspondence.
2876 1937-05-11 Memo Harry Brandt wants to bring back the arbitration boards -- Hays says that the MPPDA is unable to involve itself in the m...
2309 1937-05-11 Letter Letter from Hays or Milliken complaining about advertisements (included) for a striptease stage show at the Orpheum Thea...
1169 1937-05-08 Miscellaneous Documents relating to the Motion Picture Project of the Progressive Education Association, which involves using excerpts...
2877 1937-05-06 Letter and enclosure/s Brandt wants to bring back the arbitration boards -- he has written an enclosed article on the subject.
1156 1937-05-04 Correspondence Asking for a copy of the decision in Samuel Cummins vs. D.C. Coleman, in which Judge Worth E. Trammell of Dade County ha...
3369 1937-04-21 Bulletin/circular The general bulletins of the Motion Picture Theatre Owners of America for 1937.MPTOA Miami Convention report.
3144 1937-04-19 Memo Routine correspondence.
3154 1937-04-10 Memo Routine correspondence.
3136 1937-04-10 Memo Routine correspondence.
2857 1937-04-10 Memo, report Proposal of the Advisory Committee on Motion Pictures in Education.
2881 1937-04-07 Memo The Production Code should not be used to further the circulation of films made for advertising purposes.
2867 1937-04-03 Press release Hays has been re-elected as President of the MPPDA.
3139 1937-04-02 Court notice US District Court, Southern District of New York, Receiver's notice of the sale of the assets of DW Griffith Inc., pursu...
2847 1937-03-31 Letter, report Regarding the advisory committee on motion pictures in education -- includes preliminary proposal of the work of the com...
2474 1937-03-30 Letter Hess wants Moriarity to return documents loaned on 23 October 1935. Includes handwritten list of documents lent to Moria...
2853 1937-03-27 Letter Double feature showing of Lloyd's of London and Winner Take All -- Butler found Winner Take All to be very offensive.
2892 1937-03-23 Letter Sending RKO a form letter to officially inform MPPDA of the merger of the subsidiary corporations with RKO Radio Picture...
2854 1937-03-22 Letter Block booking is not responsible for the screening of double features.
2880 1937-03-19 Resolution/s Resolutions adopted by the MPTOA at their Miami convention. block booking, designated play dates, prestige pictures (con...
2878 1937-03-19 Resolution/s Resolutions adopted by the MPTOA at their Miami convention - block booking, designated play dates, prestige pictures (co...
2855 1937-03-19 Letter Opposing double features -- argues that block booking is responsible for the need for double features. She also claims t...
2893 1937-03-18 Memo With the merging of subsidiaries and RKO, Hays wants to arrange for Leo Spitz to represent the company as member and dir...
2873 1937-03-18 Telegram Grand National keen to become a member of the MPPDA.
2874 1937-03-17 Telegram Grand National keen to become a member of the MPPDA. It will be discussed at the upcoming meeting.
2838 1937-03-17 Memo Memo regarding the candid camera situation -- currently there is an agreement that studios have control over the images ...
2948 1937-03-16 Letter Congratulatory letter to Warner Bros. for having very few references to liquor or drinking in their recent films.
3147 1937-03-11 Memo Routine correspondence.
2890 1937-03-11 Letter If sufficient changes are made to the MGM film Manhattan Melodrama, it can be submitted and approved by the PCA -- it se...
2887 1937-03-09 Letter All scenes depicting U.S. currency must be deleted from films -- including news reels.
2888 1937-03-04 Letter Depictions of U.S. currency are against the law -- does this apply to news reels? The answer Hess gives is yes. Breen s...
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