ID Date Type Description Summary
3004 1939-10-25 Resolution Regarding nudity of in the form of natives from a foreign land -- acceptable if not objectionable or gratuitous.
1206 1939-10-25 Memo Several lawsuits testing the legality of PCA enforcement are pending. Hess wants to clarify the status of nudity in tra...
3006 1939-10-23 Resolution Regarding nudity of in the form of natives from a foreign land -- acceptable if not objectionable or gratuitous.
3055 1939-10-19 Letter DeBra is trying to convince FitzPatrick to lend his travel films to the Teaching Film Custodians, Inc. for the use on ed...
3041 1939-10-11 Letter Operation of American motion picture companies in the United Kingdom.
3008 1939-10-07 Memo Passing on a letter received by Pettijohn from the president of a distillers corporation -- his view is that the movies ...
2983 1939-10-06 Press release Regarding the Golden Jubilee of the motion pictures -- a resolution paying tribute to Edison and Eastman has been passed...
1220 1939-10-06 Memo "Re: Statement of Mr. Schenck at your Tuesday meeting," denigrating Herron's work, suggesting he deals with "clerks" in ...
3009 1939-10-04 Letter A letter received by Pettijohn from the president of a distillers corporation -- his view is that the movies should not ...
3167 1939-09-25 Memo Routine correspondence.
1198 1939-09-25 Script "A Suggested radio dialog between a Clubwoman and an exhibitor" Designed for use in week of October 1-7, nominated as th...
3005 1939-09-23 Memo Sending Hays a copy of the resolution regarding nudity and the production code -- nudity of in the form of natives from ...
3014 1939-09-16 Letter Regarding Hays' recent letter on the importance of not allowing propaganda to be produced by the industry in relation to...
3015 1939-09-15 Open letter With the onset of war in Europe, Hays reiterates his position that the motion pictures are primarily entertainment and t...
2988 1939-09-15 Memo There will be no cycle of "hate films" -- the primary purpose of motion pictures is entertainment. No films designed to ...
2987 1939-09-15 Memo Of the 339 films classified by the Legion of Decency, 27 were condemned -- not one of these condemned films passed the t...
1202 1939-09-15 Letter With the onset of war in Europe, Hays reiterates his position that the motion pictures are primarily entertainment and t...
3010 1939-09-06 Memo Fears concerning crime and horror films. Since explaining to the producers the seriousness of the situation of crime and...
3056 1939-09-01 Correspondence Regarding the use of James FitzPatrick travel films by the Teaching Films Custodians, Inc. FitzPatrick does not want hav...
1209 1939-09-01 Newspaper editorial Hays sends Stahlman's editorial, which condemns The Beast of Berlin (Producers' Pictures) for trying to inflame emotions...
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